Fitness Centres

Please note: Centres are closed on all statutory holidays.

We have proactively suspended all pre-authorized membership payments. Once our facilities reopen, we will adjust the expiry date of your membership for any missed days due to the closure or credit your account if your membership expired during that time. Rest assured, you will not be charged for any days that our fitness centres are closed. 

Summer programs cancelled

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic,drop-in fitness classes are currently cancelled. When fitness centres are allowed to open in Phase 3 of our recovery plan, drop-in schedules will be posted.

Please refer to the Summer Programs FAQ for more information.

Check out our Get Active and Creative at Home page for ways to stay active and creative at home.

Fitness centre at Glen Abbey Community Centre.

Fitness centre at Glen Abbey Community Centre.

Glen Abbey

1415 Third Line

Glen Abbey Community Centre features:

  • pool with waterslide
  • twin pad arena
  • fitness centre
  • four squash courts
  • the Glen Abbey branch of the Oakville Public Library
  • the Oakville Gymnastics Club
  • a double gym and community rooms, and
  • a snack bar on site.

Glen Abbey

Fitness centre at Iroquois Ridge Community Centre.

Fitness centre at Iroquois Ridge Community Centre.

Iroquois Ridge

1051 Glenashton Drive

Iroquois Ridge Community Centre features:

  • competitive swimming pool, leisure pool, and water slide
  • fitness centre
  • program rooms and gymnasia
  • Iroquois Ridge Older Adults Centre
  • the Iroquois Ridge branch of the Oakville Public Library
  • outdoor skateboard park, and
  • outdoor tennis courts located at nearby Glenashton Park.

Iroquois Ridge

Fitness centre at QEPCCC.

Fitness centre at QEPCCC.

Queen Elizabeth Park (QEPCCC)

2302 Bridge Road

QEPCCC features:

  • pool
  • fitness centre and two gymnasia
  • rock climbing wall
  • youth centre
  • older adults centre
  • dance, fine arts and recording studios
  • a rehearsal hall and black box theatre
  • galleries, museum space, and much more!


Fitness centre at River Oaks Community Centre.

Fitness centre at River Oaks Community Centre.

River Oaks

2400 Sixth Line

River Oaks Community Centre features:

  • skate and helmet rentals during public skates
  • activities with the River Oaks Mature Adults Club (ROMAC)
  • fitness studio with sprung aerobic floor, indoor track and spinning studio
  • circuit, weight training and cardio equipment
  • Oakville Hockey Development programs and Team Training
  • two squash and two racquetball courts
  • personal training and nutritional counselling
  • fitness and wellness assessments, registered massage therapy, and more!

River Oaks

Fitness Centre at Trafalgar Park Community Centre.

Fitness Centre at Trafalgar Park Community Centre.

Trafalgar Park

133 Rebecca Street

Now open!

Trafalgar Park Community Centre (formerly Oakville Arena) is now open!

Come and check out our Fitness Centre, indoor running track, double-gym, Older Adults area, and more!

Visit the Oakville Arena Redevelopment page for more information about the redevelopment of Trafalgar Park.

Trafalgar Park

We have a flexible and hassle-free fitness membership for you...

Join one and enjoy all FIVE locations.

Our fitness centres are clean and well-equipped. There are more than 75 drop-in fitness classes to choose from each week including bootcamp, yoga, Pilates and Zumba®!

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) for more information.

The Recreation and Culture department strives to make our programs and services accessible and inclusive to all members of our community including those with intellectual or physical disabilities; attention and behaviour difficulties; vision and hearing impairments; learning disabilities; allergies and medical conditions.

For more information, visit our Inclusion and Support Services page.

Admission for support persons

Persons requiring that a support person accompanies them in order to participate in Recreation and Culture drop-in programs can apply for an Express Pass. Express Passes are provided at no-charge, provide free entry for the support person and streamlines the program check-in experience.

For more information, please speak to a Customer Service Representative at your local recreation and culture facility.

Medical conditions

Individuals with seizure disorders or other serious medical conditions should be accompanied by an individual knowledgeable of their condition and responsible who can provide immediate assistance if needed.

We’re happy to discuss the membership option that suits your schedule best!

Membership benefits vary depending on membership types, and amenities vary by location.

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).

Open the Fitness Membership brochure (PDF) for more information.

The following fees are effective February 2, 2020. HST will be added to all prices at the time of payment.

Full Fitness

A Full Fitness membership is your best value and includes:

  • access to the cardio/weight room and 85+ weekly drop-in fitness classes
  • a fitness appraisal
  • advanced court booking privileges and no court fees
  • unlimited access to the squash/racquetball courts, and
  • unlimited access to scheduled recreational swims at all indoor and outdoor pools; scheduled recreational skates at all arenas; drop-in shinny hockey; drop-in rock climbing; drop-in Waterfit classes; drop-in sports including basketball, badminton, pickleball and volleyball.

Annual Full Fitness Memberships

  • Adult pass – $529 (or monthly payments of $44.08*)
  • Student (14+) – $343.85 (or monthly payments of $28.65*)
  • Seniors (65+) – $423.20 (or monthly payments of $35.27*)

Three-month Full Fitness Memberships

Adult – $198.50
Student (14+) – $129.03
Seniors (65+) – $158.80

Fitness – now includes courts!

With a Fitness membership, you can:

  • enjoy use of the cardio/weight room
  • have unlimited access to the squash/racquetball courts, and
  • get unlimited access to scheduled recreational swimming at all indoor and outdoor pools, unlimited access to scheduled recreational skating at all arenas, and drop-in fitness classes (including group cycling).

Annual Fitness Memberships

  • Adult – $424 (or monthly payments of $35.33*)
  • Student (14+) – $275.60 (or monthly payments of $22.97*)
  • Seniors (65+) – $339.20 (or monthly payments of $28.27*)

Three-month Fitness Memberships

Adult – $161
Seniors (65+) – $128.80
Student (14+) – $104.65

Youth Courts

This courts membership allows youth ages 6 to 13 to access the squash and racquetball courts. HST is not applicable to the following fees:

  • Annual Youth (9-13) – $286.54 (or monthly payments of $23.88*)
  • Three-month Youth (9-13) – $104.65

Fitness, Waterfit and Courts (squash and racquetball) drop-ins

The following fees are effective February 1, 2020. HST will be added as applicable.

  • Adult individual admission – $11
  • Youth (13-17) and Seniors (65+) individual admission – $8.80
  • Adult 10-visit pass – $99
  • Youth (13-17) and Seniors (65+) 10-visit pass – $79

General Activity drop-ins

The following fees are effective February 1, 2020, and include HST, as applicable.

With an individual paid General Activity admission, you get:

  • access to any recreational swim* in our indoor and outdoor pools, or
  • access to any recreational skate* (including Adult and Preschool Instructional Hockey, etc.) in all of our arenas, or
  • access to any drop-in sport* including basketball, pickleball, and more!

*Does not include Waterfit, squash/racquetball courts, rock climbing or shinny hockey.

Single admission options

  • Adult – $5
  • No charge for children under 2 years of age
  • Youth (ages 2-17) – $4
  • Senior (ages 65+) – $4
  • Group (five individuals maximum) – $15

A 10-visit General Activity Pass is a great way to save money without worrying about an expiry date!

Get unlimited access to any General Activity drop-ins using your annual or three-month pass.

Each "visit" of a 10-visit pass is good for one admission to one General Activity drop-in.

A fee of $11.30 is applied to all passes purchased by non-residents, except 10-visit passes.

Annual General Activity Passes

  • Adult – $273.74
  • Youth (ages 2-17) – $218.99
  • Seniors (ages 65+) – $218.99
  • Family** – $496.47

Three-month General Activity Passes

  • Adult – $91.25
  • Youth (ages 2-17) – $73
  • Seniors (ages 65+) – $73
  • Family** – $165.49

10-visit General Activity Passes

  • Adult – $45.20
  • Youth (ages 2-17) – $36.10
  • Seniors (ages 65+) – $36.10
  • **A family with one or two adult guardians over the age of 18 and their dependents, 18 years of age or under, or full-time students under the age of 25 qualifies for a family pass. Multiple families cannot be combined on any pass purchase.
  • Monthly fees are based on the commitment of a yearly membership. Initial payment will include first month membership fee, equipment surcharge and applicable taxes.
  • Lost or stolen cards are subject to a replacement fee.

The following rates are effective February 1, 2020 and are subject to change. HST will be added to all prices at the time of payment unless otherwise noted.

Personal training

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 $41.50 per visit.

Open the Fitness Membership brochure (PDF) for more information.

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.

Registered massage therapy

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.

  • One 30-minute session – $55
  • One 45-minute session – $75
  • One 60-minute session – $90

New services now available!

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.

Chiropractic care

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

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.

The Town of Oakville's mission is to provide an environment that is welcoming and comfortable for everyone. To ensure the best experience for all, users of our facilities are expected to:

  • Return equipment to its proper place when finished.
  • Allow others to use weight equipment between sets and limit cardio usage during peak times to 30 minutes per piece of cardio equipment.
  • Wear appropriate athletic attire at all times in the fitness area, including shirts, appropriate shoes (closed toe, no sandals), and bottoms which are not see-through and cover the buttocks area.
  • Wipe down equipment after each use using the spray cleaner and paper towel or wipes provided.
  • Refrain from aggressive and/or inappropriate conduct, including offensive/vulgar language. Such behaviours, directed towards any person in the facility, will not be tolerated.
  • Refrain from speaking on your cell phone in the fitness gym areas and move to the lobby when talking on the phone. Capturing video or photos within the change room is strictly prohibited.
  • Note that Town of Oakville personal trainers and instructors are the only authorized professionals to provide coaching, nutritional consultation and/or program design within the fitness centre. If you are working with a therapist, please speak to the Recreation Coordinator/Supervisor at your specific location for more information.
  • Seek immediate assistance from a Town of Oakville staff member if you are injured while in the fitness area. Our team can provide or arrange for appropriate medical assistance and will complete an accident/incident report.
  • Lock up your belongings in one of the day-use lockers provided. The Town of Oakville is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

A complimentary orientation session is available to anyone on an annual basis. A Town of Oakville Personal Trainer can help develop a personal exercise plan to achieve your goals.

Experience a full body workout like no other with the Freedom Climber!

NEW at River Oaks

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.