The Allan & Jean Millar Centre, which opened in 2008, is a state of the art multi-use, recreation facility. Whether you are in town visiting relatives or rained out while camping, the Millar Centre will certainly keep the entire family entertained. The facility includes a fieldhouse, aquatic centre, fitness centre, indoor playground, and much more! For more information on the Allan & Jean Millar Centre call Guest Services at 780-778-3637 or click below to go to the site.
Located along Highway 43 it is easy to find and is an easy walk from the Whitecourt Curling Rink and the Whitecourt Twin Arenas.
Take the plunge! Located in Rotary Park, the River Slides are Whitecourt's most popular summer family attraction. The water feature includes two man-made creeks with a series of pools and drops for tubing and play, with a shallow basin and beach at the end. The Slides are open from May long weekend through to the end of September, weather permitting. The area also includes a number of picnic areas, as well as a concession stand for your convenience.
Skateboarders can show off their tricks at the Skateboard Park in Whitecourt. The Park is designed with a circle flow, created by Skate Park Creations Ltd. and skateboarder Jim Barnum. The plaza-style design includes many street skateboarding features; including stairs, rails, hips (two ramps placed together at an angle), and hubbas (a ledge running alongside a set of stairs).
Come play one of Alberta's most beautiful courses. GDS Golf Design Service drew on years of national and international experience to design this par-72, 18 hole layout. But you don't have to be a pro to enjoy this course. You can also sharpen your skills with a lesson from our golf professional or practice to perfection at the driving range. Please call in advance for tee times at 780-778-3531 or visit
The Athabasca and McLeod Arenas are hot spots for winter recreation. Home not only to the many minor hockey, ladies and men's hockey teams, but also the Wolverines Junior A Hockey Club. Whitecourt is proud to host many figure skating competitions and provincial hockey tournaments. The facility has just undergone a multi-million dollar upgrade - a benefit to local players and visitors alike!
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ATV enthusiasts flock to the Timeu OHV Recreation Area just northeast of Fort Assiniboine (on the north side of Secondary Highway 661). The facility provides a variety of challenges for ATV enthusiasts - composed of sandhills and intermittent wetlands over a 38-kilometre square area.
Looking for a fun way to beat the heat during the summer months? Take a trip to the Blue Ridge Berry Nice Spray Park - a great afternoon outing for the whole family. You'll love the quaint hamlet of Blue Ridge, located just 20 kilometres from Whitecourt along Secondary Highway 658, and its new spray park with 13 splash-ready water features. Parents will enjoy the relaxing outdoor atmosphere of the park while children marvel at the assortment of enticing water-play activities.
Best of all, this park is free to visit, making for an economical way to spend the day. Portable washroom facilities are located on site, and picnic tables are there for your leisure when taking a break from the water. The spray park is also an ideal location for birthday parties and other group adventures. To make your day even more convenient, a playground and skateboard park are located nearby - perfect for children of all ages.
Set amidst the northern Alberta forest and nestled near the mighty Athabasca River, the Whiteridge MX Park is a new motocross track located outside Blue Ridge. The facility consists of 20 obstacles over a 2-kilometre track.
The Whiteridge MX Park was built for racing quads and motocross bikes. Riders will be greeted with an appealing assortment of jumps and tabletops. All you have to do to ride the track is pick up a membership at:
Whitecourt Motocross Association
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