Free access to City-run aquatic and recreation facilities on June 1
No admission fee to during scheduled times to mark National Health and Fitness Day
May 27, 2019
Fitting in a workout or going for a swim at a City-run facility will be free on June 1. That’s because the City of Winnipeg is marking National Health and Fitness Day by offering free access during scheduled times.
Celebrated on the first Saturday in June, National Health and Fitness Day provides an opportunity to embrace healthy physical activity. It is included in the National Health and Fitness Act which became law at the end of 2014.
City-run fitness facilities will also be taking part in National Health and Fitness Day.
The City has several options available for residents to visit and there is no need to pre-register. Public entry requirements and capacity restrictions will still apply.
On top of free access for National Health and Fitness Day, the City of Winnipeg also offers free swim times at all pools. Schedules are posted seasonally on the facility webpage and can also be accessed by contacting 311. The hours are subject to change.
There are also Loonie, Toonie, and family swim times for even more affordable fun and fitness options.