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Mask policy update in the fitness centre
Updated: April 8, 2021
Masks are now required in all areas of the fitness centre, including while exercising on cardio equipment, as per updated BCCDC requirements. This change will take effect on Monday April 12, 2021.
Meadow Park Sports Centre is open
Updated: April 19, 2021
Meadow Park Sports Centre is open for individual and family bookings, following the announcement of new restrictions. This includes bookings for the fitness centre, pool, arena and squash/basketball courts. Group fitness classes will remain online until May 25, 2021.
Group fitness classes move to an online format
Updated: April 19, 2021
In-person group fitness classes are on pause, following the March 29, 2021 amendment of the Public Health Order. Group fitness classes will shift to an online format, effective March 30, 2021 until May 24, 2021 at midnight. Bookings for the lap pool, leisure pool, public skate, fitness centre, courts and stick & puck are not affected at this time.
*Subject to any additional Provincial Health Order changes.
Learn more at whistler.ca/fitness
Spring program registration is now open
Updated: March 23, 2021
Meadow Park Sports Centre 2021 maintenance closures
Updated: February 24, 2021
In effort to keep the facility safe and operable for all to enjoy, Meadow Park Sports Centre closes annually for maintenance.
The 2021 maintenance closures are as follows:
- Arena: May 25 to June 8, 2021* for Olympia repairs. Arena programming will be unavailable at this time.
- Entire Facility: August 28 to September 6, 2021* for annual maintenance. All building facilities will be closed and patrons will not be permitted access during this time.
*Please note, dates are tentative and subject to change.
Court bookings available online!
Updated: February 19, 2021
Beginning February 26, Meadow Park Sports Centre moves to online bookings for squash and basketball courts. Learn more about how to access your online account or how to book a court online at whistler.ca/squash
Meadow Park Sports Centre bookings return to passholder access only
Updated: January 12, 2021
The RMOW has embraced an adaptive, measured approach to safely plan, and reactivate recreation programs and facilities to meet the needs of our community.
While Meadow Parks Sports Centre is operating at reduced capacity due to COVID-19 procedures, we are prioritizing access to our in-demand programs and facilities for passholders. This change is to ensure that there are enough staff hours to provide recreation programming in addition to supporting COVID-safe operations at Meadow Park Sports Centre.
Beginning on Saturday, January 16, bookings for the squash and basketball courts, pool facilities, indoor public skating, fitness centre and included in-person fitness classes will be limited to passholders with a valid membership; no stand-by or drop-in access.
Access remains unchanged for stick & puck, registered and flexible registration fitness classes, as well as all online fitness classes.
There are a variety of passholder products at different prices available to anyone who wishes to purchase a pass. An online recreation account is required to purchase a pass. If you do not have a recreation account at Meadow Park Sports Centre, you can register by phone at 604-935-PLAY (7529) during business hours. Passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
Whistler residents who are concerned that they may not be able to afford the cost of a pass to Meadow Park Sports Centre are encouraged to apply for the PLAY credit through the Whistler Community Services Society.
Stick and puck returns to Meadow Park Sports Centre
Updated: January 3, 2021
Adult and family stick and puck sessions have returned to the indoor ice surface at Meadow Park Sports Centre. Entry is by reservation only and timeslots can be booked up to 72 hours in advance.
- Adult stick & puck - This session is designed to work on your skating skills in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. All participants must wear a helmet and gloves. Bring your own stick and puck! No goalies, scrimmages, slap shots or formal instruction. Participants must be at least 19 years of age. This session is designed to be slower paced. Please be respectful of all players and maintain your distance.
- Family stick & puck - This session is designed for adults to accompany their children/youth in a non-contact environment. Participants 18 years and younger require full equipment, and an adult must be on the ice with them. Adults must wear skates, a helmet and gloves. An adult must accompany their children/youth, to a maximum ratio of one adult to three children/youth. No goalies, scrimmages, slap shots or formal instruction. Make sure to bring your own stick and puck!
To learn more about reservations, what services are currently available and how to be prepared for your upcoming visit please go to whistler.ca/stickandpuck.
Masks mandatory in all indoor public spaces
Updated: November 26, 2020