Kerrisdale Fitness Centre fees and passes

COVID-19 update: drop-ins no longer available

April 19, 2021: Effective on April 20, facility drop-ins will no longer be available and online registration will be required for all fitness sessions. Register for your fitness session

As of April 19, 2021, all adult indoor low intensity group classes such as fitness, yoga, and martial arts will be paused until May 25, 2021, in order to reduce transmission of COVID-19 as directed by BC’s Provincial Health Officer.

The following programs will continue to operate:

  • Fitness centres with individual and one-on-one training, pools and arenas
  • All children/youth programs
  • Individual sport programs
  • Adult outdoor activities up to groups of 10

Most fitness centres are open. We’re working with community centre associations to reopen the remaining fitness centres.


Masks are mandatory

April 7, 2021: Masks are mandatory in our facilities at all times with the exception of those under the age of 12. You are required to wear a mask at Fitness Centres at all the times. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided at the front desk.

Save money by getting a 10-visit or monthly pass. 

We sell 10-visit or monthly passes that can only be used at Kerrisdale facilities.

Minimum age

You need to be 13 years and older to use a fitness centre operated by the Park Board.

Single visit drop-in fees

Type Admission
All ages $4

10-visit pass (exclusive to Kerrisdale) fees

Type 10 visits
All ages $32

For more information about Kerrisdale 10-visit passes, contact the Kerrisdale Community Centre.

Monthly pass (exclusive to Kerrisdale) fees

Type 1 Month 3 Month 6 Month 12 Month
Adult (19-64 years) $39  $84 $154 $243
Youth (13-18 years) $30 $62 $116 $185
Senior (65+ years) $30 $62 $116 $185

For more information about Kerrisdale monthly passes, contact the Kerrisdale Community Centre.

Find out more about our various facility passes

Leisure Access Program for low-income residents

Learn about the benefits of the reduced-cost Leisure Access Program and how to apply.

Leisure Access Agency Pass

The Leisure Access Agency Pass gives free access to basic recreation services at Park Board facilities to Vancouver non-profit agency staff and volunteers that accompany and assist their clients. Find out if you qualify and apply for the pass.