Phased re-opening of Vermilion Rec Centre
- the gym, weight room and cardio area re-opened to the public on Mon July 27.
- Rec centre hours changed on August 10
- the aquatic centre is scheduled to re-open Mon Aug 10. No swimming lessons or public swimming.
Facility hours (revised effective August 10)
- 8 - 10 am reserved for seniors (60+) and individuals with health concerns. If you're in a more vulnerable demographic, this is an additional time slot. You may also book a time during the regular hours.
- 10 am - 8 pm.
About the Recreation Centre
|Colonel Cormack Recreation Centre|
|The Colonel Cormack Recreation Centre on the Vermilion campus is a busy place seven days a week.
Our facilities include:
|Hours of Operation|
Normal Hours of Operation
Monday to Thursday
6 am - 10pm
6 am to 9 pm
Saturday & Sunday
10 am to 6 pm
Our facility is closed on statutory holidays.
|Facility Rates for Community|
|2019 - 2020 Recreation Calendar|
|Be Fit For Life & Exercise Classes|
|Lakeland College is part of the Be Fit for Life network across Alberta.
Check out the Vermilion Be Fit for Life website.
Lakeland's centre includes fitness classes including Bootcamp, TRX, Noon Sculpt, and HIIT.
|Click the links below to visit the pool pages
Lakeland students only require their student ID to use the pool
For more information, call the pool at 780 853 8402 toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 8402.
|Colonel Cormack Recreation Centre Facility Update - March 18, 2020|
The Colonel Cormack recreation centre will be closed effective immediately this includes all parts of the complex including swimming pool, gymnasium, weight room and all programs. Only Lakeland College academic programs will continue to run virtually.
For the latest information on Lakeland’s response to the pandemic, visit lakelandcollege.ca/covid19. For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19, please visit the Government of Canada and Alberta Health Services websites.
Why are the facilities closed to the public?
As part of our ongoing prevention response to the COVID-19 virus, along with the Government of Alberta’s direction and for the safety of our staff, students and patrons, we have closed the recreation centre to public use.
When will Recreation Facilities be re-opened to the public?
We currently do not have a re-open date, please check our website and social media pages for all updates.
How will this affect my recreation centre Membership?
All memberships including annual, corporate and monthly and punch card pass holders will be put on hold effective March 16, 2020. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the recreation centre at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I cancel my Membership?
If you have questions or concerns around canceling your membership, contact the recreation centre at email@example.com..
I'm/my child is currently registered for programming, how will we be compensated for this?
All programs currently running will receive a prorated credit for the remaining classes. This includes fitness classes and swim lessons. If we can't determine a reasonalbe timeline to use the credit, refunds can be requested through the recreation centre office.
How does this affect user group bookings such as pool rentals, birthday parties etc.?
All immediate user group bookings are canceled. The recreation centre staff will be reaching out to those who have made bookings. Refunds can be requested through the recreation centre administration office.
|Facility Rental Rates|
To book, please contact the Recreation Facility staff at 780 853 8402
Other Gym Guidelines
Fitness Facility Guidance for Core CohortsCore cohorts can include up to 15 additional people from outside of your household. This includes
You should only belong to one core cohort. Please keep it small for as much safety as possible.
Facility hours from Aug 10, 2020