Drop-in Fitness Schedules
Make Your Move
Mon to Thurs, 6 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Fri, 6 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sat and Sun, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Please note: The fitness centres will be closed on all statutory holidays.
Get Active Oakville! Click the Drop-in Program Finder image to search for weekly drop-in fitness classes, swim and skate schedules, and more online! Active Oakville displays drop-in programs available on a weekly basis and can be viewed on all devices. Simply click on the Drop-in Program Finder image to visit the web page and then bookmark or add it to your home screen for easy access.
Student Summer Fitness Membership (ages 14+), valid from May 1 to August 31, are only available until July 31.
Join one fitness centre and enjoy all FOUR! Benefits include access to 85+ weekly drop-in fitness classes, squash and racquetball courts, drop-in swimming, skating, rock climbing, sports, and more!
Amenities vary per location. Valid student card must be presented at time of purchase. Prorated daily. For more information, drop by a Town of Oakville fitness centre today!
Drop by any Town of Oakville fitness centre and try four visits on us! Valid at all locations. No purchase required. One pass per person for a total of four free visits. Not valid for pre-registered programs. Non-transferable. No cash value. Valid for 90 days after activation.
Our fitness centres are well-equipped, clean and staffed with friendly, qualified professionals. There are more than 75 drop-in fitness classes to choose from each week including high and low impact aerobics, step, kickboxing, body sculpt, interval, core training, stability ball and more!
Registered massage therapy, nutrition counselling and personal training are also available for an additional fee. Visit the River Oaks Community Centre page for information about customized Team Training. Amenities vary by location. Open the Fitness Membership brochure (PDF, 567 kB) for more information.
Book yourself an annual complimentary orientation and take advantage of our Buy-One, Get-One Personal Training offer. Please call or drop by one of our four fitness centres for details.
The Freedom Climber is an innovative rotating climbing wall that uses your own weight and action to set the pace. It stops when you stop, but continuous movement allows you to work efficiently on core muscle development, cardiovascular improvement, flexibility, stamina and more – maximizing your efforts in a shorter time!
For more information about Town of Oakville Fitness memberships and services, click on the following headings.
Membership benefits vary depending on membership types, and amenities vary by location. We’re happy to discuss the membership option that suits your schedule best!
Discounts are available for students (ages 14+, proof of age and full-time student status must be provided), seniors (ages 65+, proof of age must be provided), and family members (two or more individuals ages 14+ living at the same address and joining at the same time). HST will be added to all prices at the time of payment.
Open the Fitness Membership brochure (PDF, 579 kB) for more information.
A Full Fitness membership is your best value! Enjoy the benefits listed above, plus a fitness appraisal and unlimited access to: scheduled recreational swims at all indoor and outdoor pools; scheduled recreational skates at all arenas; squash/racquetball courts; drop-in shinny hockey; drop-in rock climbing; drop-in Waterfit classes; drop-in sports including basketball, badminton, and volleyball.
Cardio/weight room, unlimited access to scheduled recreational swimming at all indoor and outdoor pools, unlimited access to scheduled recreational skating at all arenas, drop-in fitness classes (including group cycling).
Advanced booking privileges and no court fees, unlimited access to scheduled recreational swimming at all indoor and outdoor pools, unlimited access to scheduled recreational skating at all arenas, (no weight room or fitness classes).
Cardio/weight room only, Monday to Friday between 1-4 p.m. Members must scan in by 3:30 p.m. Fitness classes, recreational swims and skates not included.
A Swim/Skate membership gives you access to all indoor and outdoor pools and arenas during recreational swim and skate times.
NEW! Good for all drop-in sports programs (such as basketball, volleyball, and more!), a 10-visit Sport Pass is just $36.27. This pass can be used toward any drop-in sport and does not have an expiry date. Pay-as-you-go is $4 per person, per visit.
Seniors (ages 65+): $3.20
Youth (ages 2-17): $3.20
Group (five individuals maximum): $12
Seniors (age 65+): $28.93
Youth (ages 2-17): $28.93
Individual non prime-time admission: $15
The Town of Oakville's personal trainers are certified and experienced professionals dedicated to helping you improve your physical fitness, health and quality of life. Our trainers will customize an exercise program designed to help you achieve your fitness goals and keep you motivated! Learn effective training techniques, increase muscular strength and endurance, enhance aerobic capacity and sport-specific performance, and gain relevant nutrition and lifestyle advice. Our personal training sessions start as low as $39.24 per visit.
Open the Personal Training brochure (PDF, 310 kB) for more information about our locations, rates and the following additional services.
Please note: Only personal trainers employed by the Town of Oakville are allowed to train clients in our facilities. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
River Oaks Community Centre offers deep point tissue massage, sport massage, Swedish massage and trigger point therapy. Services may be covered under your extended health care plan. Cost for one 30-minute session is $50, and one 60-minute session is $85.
We now offer Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture and Osteopathy at River Oaks. The initial visit is $85. Subsequent visits are $60. All prices include HST. Direct billing offered. Custom orthotics are also available.
Physiotherapy can improve your quality of life by promoting optimal mobility, preventing disease, managing acute and chronic conditions, rehabilitating injury, and providing education and support programs to prevent re-occurrence. Physiotherapists utilize manual therapy, exercise prescription, athletic taping and kinesio taping, soft tissue techniques, modalities and acupuncture in their treatments.
Chiropractors focus on your musculoskeletal (MSK) system and treat the bones, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints and connective tissues that you use every day. The MSK system supports your weight, provides physical stability, enables you to move your body, and protects your vital organs. Chiropractors are experts in spinal care and are able to assess, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions.
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture is a precise nerve stimulation technique, in which fine solid needles (acupuncture needles) are inserted into anatomically defined neurofunctional sites. The needles are stimulated manually or with electricity for the therapeutic purpose of correcting abnormal activity of the nervous system and/or immune systems. Therapeutic goals and treatment targets are selected based on the identified causes contributing to the symptoms.
Osteopathy takes a holistic “whole body” approach to health. Osteopathic manual practitioners believe that the body can heal itself through manual therapy. They strive to restore balance in the body, so that the body can work optimally. Osteopathy uses a gentle, non-invasive approach, which is safe for all ages.