Children play at a Recreation Day Camp 

Recreation

Active. Accountable. Inclusive.

Our mission is to create experiences that encourage Windsor residents to be physically and socially active while contributing to the high quality of life where people want to live, work and play. Working with community partners in the city, we deliver recreation services effectively and efficiently for all.


Registration for Activities

A full list of offerings can be viewed at www.ActiveWindsor.ca  or by calling Central Booking at 519-255-1161.

Reserved aquatic fitness lanes, open adult and aqua fit classes are currently offered at the following locations:

  • WFCU Community Pool - WFCU Pool
  • Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre - WIATC

After-school programming is currently offered at the following locations:

  • Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex - AKH
  • Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex - CPRC
  • Gino and Liz Marcus Community Complex - GALM
  • Windsor Water World - WWW

Indoor Rental spaces for Winter 2022 are currently available at:

  • Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex - CPRC
  • Mackenzie Hall - MH
  • Malden Park Visitor Centre - MPVC
  • Optimist Community Centre - OPT
  • WFCU Centre - WFCU

Please note that a high volume of requests have been logged, and staff are working diligently to accommodate the requests in the order that they were received.

Any rentals cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions will be credited/refunded accordingly. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Pathway to Potential (P2P)

P2P eligibility is currently available to children ages 17 and under for an unlimited amount of barcodes for fall 2021.

Clients can email p2pprogram@citywindsor.ca or call 519-255-1161 for more information.

COVID-19 Information

For more information on COVID-19 procedures, visit the City of Windsor COVID-19 page for the latest updates.


Smoke-Free Ontario Act

As of January 1, 2015, it is illegal to:

  • Smoke tobacco and hold lighted tobacco within 20 metres of playgrounds and sporting areas and on spectator areas adjacent to sporting areas.
  • Smoke tobacco on bar and restaurant patios; exemption for legions that have established a restaurant or bar patio prior to November 18, 2013, that was compliant with prior regulation (no rooftop covering).
  • Sell tobacco on university or college campuses; schools; private schools; and day nurseries, including private-home day cares.

For more information, visit Smoke-Free Ontario Act (SFOA) 2017 and Smoke-Free Spaces from the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.


Recreation Gift Card 

Ask about our Recreation Gift Card. Ideal for gift giving with no expiry date! Load a card with any denomination above $5 and use it for community centre programs, facility rentals and swimming.

Community and Special Events

  • The Recreation and Culture Department is a key facilitator for community events, particularly in the areas of outdoor festivals, seasonal sports, and recreational opportunities for special populations. Skilled professionals work with the community to develop and plan for self-sustaining events to enrich our community calendar.

Cultural Affairs 

  • Culture joined Recreation in the spring of 2010 – a move that provides more integrated services to residents. Museum Windsor​ is included in this organizational realignment. The inclusion of culture within the recreation network of community centres, pools and arenas provides expanded communication opportunities in neighbourhoods.

Fees  

The Parks and Recreation User Fee Policy outlines a fair and equitable pricing policy for recreation programs within the City.

Parks and Recreation
2450 McDougall Street
Windsor, Ontario
Canada  N8X 3N6

Telephone: For general information, call 311​

For detailed inquiries, call (519) 255-1161.
Email: parkrec@citywindsor.ca​​​​​​​

 

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