The City of Cambridge offers a variety of recreational activities for people of all ages because healthy citizens make a healthy community. The City promotes healthy, active living, as well as family and community relationships through our recreation programs.

Whether you're interested in sports, arts, fitness, health and wellness, or personal development, we've got something for you. Check out our Activities Guide for a full list of programs.

We offer programs for:

Winter Registration

Winter swim registration is available on Saturday, December 14 at 8:00 a.m. 

Program, activity, special event and workshop registration for winter is currently open.

Learn more about program registration

Gymnasium

The W.G. Johnson Centre and John Dolson Centre has a full gymnasium that can be used for free open gym or rentals. 

Open Gym is available anytime the gymnasium is not in use by other programs, to view availabilty please follow the instructions below.

  1. Go to www.cambridge.ca/coral > Check Facility Availability!
  2. Click View Facility Details
  3. Select Gymnasium from drop down under Facility Type
  4. Click view availability beside Gymnasium W.G. Johnson Centre or John Dolson Centre
  5. Find the date
  6. Click View Available Times

Come Join Us for Open Gym!

Facilities
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Cancellations
Already signed up for a recreation program? Learn about program cancellations and changes.
Active Cambridge
Inspired by the Province of Ontario's 2010 ACTIVE campaign, Active Cambridge gets Cambridge residents involved in sports and physical activity. Get active, Cambridge!
Waterloo Region Active Living Network

The Waterloo Region Active Living Network (WRALN) encourages physical activity, active play, and all types of movement throughout the day, such as: 

  • Walks in the park
  • Organized sports
  • Family bike rides
  • Dance class
  • Walking to school or work
  • Gardening
  • Sitting yoga
  • Elite sports
  • Pick-up games of hockey

The Network's overall goal is to see people moving and having fun not matter what activity they choose.

The WRALN includes representatives from key sectors, community groups, not-for-profit organizations and individuals interested in the physical activity field. These representatives share the vision, mission and principles established by the WRALN.

Volunteers
Sport and recreation activities in Cambridge could not be possible without the support of dedicated volunteers and community associations. These individuals and groups help run our programs and organize major tournaments and special events.