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​Recreation & Youth Services

The Town of Wasaga Beach Recreation Co-ordinator is responsible to provide a variety of leisure opportunities, events and courses for all ages and interests in the community. A recreation guide is mailed to all residents twice each year (early March and early September) with upcoming programs, events and sports information. Community events are scheduled annually and include the March Break, Recognition Day, Mayors Challenge Golf Scramble, Mayors Walk, Holiday Craft and Games, International Trail Day, June is Recreation and Parks Month and Canada Day.

We promote active healthy lifestyles partnering with the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Units, VON and Active Transportation Committees. To ensure positive youth engagement we collaborate with SPRYNT, the Provincial Consortium for youth in Recreation and the Wasaga Beach Youth Centre. As liaison to our community organizations we partner to enhance the quality of life in our community.


Recreation FAQs

Q: When do the Recreation Guide come out?

A: The Spring/Summer Guide is sent to all Wasaga Beach residents by early March and the Fall/Winter Guide is sent to all residents in early August.

Q: How can we register for recreation programs?

A: You have to come into the Parks, Facilities and Recreation office in the RecPlex, 1724 Mosley St., or drop the registration form and payment at the Town Hall office: there is a mail slot outside the front entrance of the building.

Q: When can we register for Recreation programs?

A: Immediately, once the brochure has been released. We accept cash, cheque, Interac and Credit Card Payments for your convenience.

Q: What types of programs are available for youth?

A: There are many programs listed in the brochure dedicated to youth, i.e. Gymnastics, Karate, Performing Arts, hockey, figure skating, soccer etc.

Q: Is there a Youth Center in Wasaga Beach?

A: Yes. Wasaga Beach opened its Youth Center at 1621 Mosley St. in late 2010.

Staff consists of a full-time Youth Coordinator along with three part-time Assistants.

Q: Are their summer camps for youth?

A: Yes, there are many Town run camps available to the youth including hockey camps, figure skating, gymnastics etc. as well as day camps offered through the YMCA.