Activities for every taste

Dancing, swimming, painting and more – a wide variety of recreational programs are offered in Mount Royal. Children, adults and seniors are sure to find an activity that appeals to them. See the recreation brochure for details on the multitude of courses, workshops and activities available.

Want to be more active?

Register for one of the fitness courses offered at the Recreation Centre, or try tennis! AMA Tennis Academy offers lessons for children and private courses for adults; visit for more information. During winter, free skating at the arena or at one of our outdoor rinks is always a popular choice.

Interested in registering for an art course? 

Check whether you have all the materials required for stained glass, watercolor painting or other workshops.

Special events all year long

A number of events, including the Multicultural Fair, Winter Family Fun in the Park and Summerfest, are held during the year. Check our online calendar to stay informed about upcoming activities, or download a PDF document of current seasonal activities

Day camps and specialized camps

During school break and the summer season, a number of different day camps are available for children age 4 and over. In addition to the regular day camps, which offer amusing themes and activities, a variety of specialized camps are offered.

A focus on teenagers: Explo-action and Aspiring counsellor programs

Programs especially catered for teenagers are available in the summer at the Recreation Centre. The Explo-action program features weekly supervised outings for 12 to 14 year olds. Your child would like to be a day camp monitor? We offer a fun and complete training program to work in a day camp, also participants will receive a certificate at the end of the program. Both those camps are part of our day camps programs.

See the specialized camps, day camps and outings folders for more information on all our camps.

Hockey and soccer camps

Even though their activities make use of the Town's facilities, registration to hockey and soccer camps is handled respectively by the Mount Royal-Outremont Minor Hockey Association and the Club de soccer Mont-Royal Outremont (CSMRO).

Recreation card

Renewable every November 1

  • Family: $34,25
  • Individual: $21
  • Senior (60 yrs. and over): FREE

A Recreation membership card is mandatory for everyone, five years and over, who wishes to participate in our programs or use the recreation facilities. Remember ton include the membership renewal fee, if applicable, when registering for activities.

Cost to replace a card is $10. 

The Recreation membership is non-refundable.

New card

The Recreation membership card can be purchased online or in person at the Recreation Centre during office hours.

All adult members (21 years and over) living in the same household and new residents must provide a proof of residence (drivers licence, telephone, Hydro or tax bill; leases are not accepted).

Have your picture taken at the Recreation Centre and your new card will be given to you immediately. If you or members of your family are unable to have a picture taken in person, simply bring a recent photo to be scanned for your new card or email it to

Expired cards

You can renew your Recreation membership card online or in person at the Recreation Centre.

List of employees

You can refer to the list of Recreation, Culture and Community Activities Department employees.