Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Youth get unlimited summer recreation access for $50, half price with a youth transit pass

If you are a youth aged 7-17 years, the Summer Youth Passport is your ticket to unlimited swimming, skating and gym activities at all City of Calgary Leisure Centres and Aquatic & Fitness Centres – all summer long.

The Youth Passport costs $50 for access to City of Calgary recreation facilities and is valid from July 1- August 31.

The offer gets even better if you present a valid (July or August) Calgary Transit youth pass at the time of purchase. With proof of purchase of a transit pass, the Summer Youth Passport is only $25.

And there is no shortage of things to do. From outdoor activities, such as cycling our pathways or visiting our spray parks, to bubble soccer or rock climbing - there's a boundless supply of activities, indoors and out, to make the most of summer in Calgary.

If you’re looking for inspiration, check out our essential summer activities list.

Summer is a great time to get active. Share your summer adventures with us on Twitter using the #getmovingyyc hashtag. Follow us on Facebook for more active summer ideas.

Time to pull out the sandals, put on the short sleeves and apply the sunscreen – it's summer!

Submitted by Trudy Jardine, Calgary Recreation


  1. Nothing for under 7?

    1. Although the Youth Passport is only for ages 7-17, another option for kids to stay active this summer is the Park n' Play and Stay n' Play programs.

      These supervised weekday programs offer children the opportunity to make new friends and learn new activities. Park n’ Play is for ages 6-12. Stay n’ Play is for ages 3-5, with an accompanied adult. Drop-in or pre-register online: http://www.calgary.ca/CSPS/CNS/Pages/Children-and-youth/Summer-programs/Park-n-Play-and-Stay-n-Play-programs.aspx

  2. What an amazing deal - Thank you City of Calgary!!!! I'm sharing this one on facebook.