Outdoor Drop-in adult sports
New this summer is Drop-in Adult Field Hockey (Co-ed 19+)
- When: Mondays
- Time: 6-8 p.m.
- Cost: $9
- Where: Andree Vajda Janyk Sports Field in Cheakamus Crossing
This is a pilot sport open to a maximum 30 people per session. Participants must have their own sticks, shin guards and mouth guards. All participants need to have an account set up first to register. Call (604)-935-PLAY to get started. You will then be sent a link to sign into your account to register for a session. Sign up opens 78 hours in advance and you can register until noon on the day of the session.
A program leader will facilitate and umpire as well as offer game pointers, skills and drills.
Indoor Drop-in adult sports (October-March)
Co-ed drop-in adult sport nights are offered from mid-October until mid-March (excluding statutory holidays) for basketball, soccer, badminton and volleyball (drop-in sports may be extended if participation numbers are still high).
Drop-in sports nights are a fun opportunity to meet new people while staying active in the evening.
- All equipment is supplied.
- There are no drop-in sports on statutory holidays.
- Must be 18 years or older to participate.
- All levels welcome
- Sign-in begins 30 minutes before advertised times.
- All passes must be shown for discounts. ID may be required.
A schedule, when it is available, will be posted online in the Drop-In Activity Schedule and updated monthly. Call 604-935-PLAY(7529) for the most up to date schedule.
Drop-In Adult Sport Nights are held at two locations:
- Badminton, soccer and volleyball
Myrtle Philip Community School
6195 Lorimer Road
Whistler Secondary School
8000 Alpine Way
- Drop-in: $9.00
- Badminton Drop-in: $7.00
- Drop-in fee with LUNA membership: $7.00
- Drop-in fee (Club Shred Members on Sundays ONLY): $3.50
LUNA arranges special deals for their members throughout the winter season. To be a member, you have to be 18 to 35 years old and call the Sea to Sky corridor home. LUNA passes are $20, and can be purchased in November. They are valid until April. Learn more about LUNA.
Code of Conduct
The Recreation Department values how people are treated in our programs and facilities. All people are expected to avoid behaviour that:
- threatens any individual or group;
- gets in the way of the RMOW Recreation Division doing business; or
- is harmful to oneself or others.
Anyone who shows any of the above behaviors will be immediately asked to leave the program or facility and may be temporarily or permanently banned from RMOW recreation facilities, programs, or services.
Recreation Facilities Coordinator