Admissions & Passes
Find out about admission fees and value passes for our recreation facilities.
Our mission is to build healthy communities where people of all agues and abilities can be active and engaged. Whether you are just getting started or visit regularly, we have a variety of passes to suit your needs.
How to buy
- By phone at 604-501-5100
- At any City of Surrey recreation facility
Family Fun Pass
On sale December 1
Stay active and engaged during the winter break with a Family Fun Pass! Get unlimited access to drop-in activities to our pools, arenas (including Winter Ice Palace), fitness centres & classes, and gymnasium sports.
Valid December 23, 2023 to January 7, 2024.
- Adult: $24.50
- Child: $12.25
- Student: $18.50
- Senior 60+: $18.50
- Senior 70+: $6.25
Annual Recreation Pass Promotion
Get an extra month free
Buy an Annual Recreation Pass between December 1, 2023 and January 31, 2024 to get an extra month free! Eligible for monthly payment plans.
Average monthly cost:
- Adult: $46
- Child/Youth: $23
- Student: $35
- Senior 60+: $35
- Senior 70+: $12
- Family: $93
Annual & monthly passes
Get unlimited drop-in access to weight rooms, fitness classes, swimming, skating and gymnasium sports with an annual or monthly Recreation Surrey pass.
Recreation Surrey passes are valid at all City operated indoor pools, arenas, and recreation facilities. Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable. No contracts, sign-up fees, or commitments. Cancel anytime for a $5 withdrawal fee.
Annual passes are eligible for monthly payment plans.
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- Children ages 8 to 12 with an annual Child/Youth pass receive a free MYzone & MYgame membership.
- Youth ages 10 to 18 with an annual Child/Youth pass receive a free youth membership.
- People ages 55 years and older with an annual Adult or Senior pass receive a free Seniors Services Membership.
- Family pass includes a maximum of two adults (minimum one parent/guardian) and their dependent children ages 18 years or younger.
- Student rates apply for accredited post-secondary institutions and required proof of student ID.
Single visits & swipe passes
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MY Fun Pass
Keep your children ages 2 to 12 active during the school year! For $115.75, children can enjoy unlimited, drop-in access to swimming, skating, gym sports, MYzone and MYgame programs after school (for kids ages 8 to 12), on weekends and during school holidays from September 5, 2023 to June 30, 2024.
Take advantage of our payment plan option and pay 50% upon registration and the remaining 50% on February 1, 2024.
PRC Attendant Pass
The Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC) Attendant Pass helps caretakers facilitate a disabled family member or client’s safe attendance of a PRC program or service.
With the pass, attendants can access these programs and services at no cost while supporting a family member or client. To receive your pass, email email@example.com and book an appointment today.
For more information, visit our Accessibility Services webpage.
All City of Surrey recreation facilities require patrons to present a Recreation Passcard before entering. The Recreation Passcard is free of charge and connects to your account. Learn about the benefits of having a Recreation Passcard.
Terms & Conditions
Cancelling a Pass
A $5 fee will be charged to cancel a Recreation Surrey pass.
Returned or Declined Payments
Failure to comply with the payment schedule for annual passes may result in being withdrawn. Clients will be notified if payment is declined. Passes will be cancelled if no payment is received after 7 days. Clients must provide payment for any outstanding balances on their account.
Annual Pass Extensions
Annual passes can be suspended and extended, once, for up to three months. Extensions have no monetary/cash value.
Withdrawal Fees for Registered Programs
There is a $5 withdrawal fee for registered programs valued under $250 if you withdraw within seven days of the program start date. For programs valued over $250, the fee is $25. After programs costs are committed, the extra fees for committed costs are not refundable.
Learn how to withdraw from your activity on our Registration Help page.
Code of Conduct
This Code of Conduct identifies the standard of behaviour that is expected in Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture facilities.
- Respect the dignitary and spirit of all participants.
- Treat all participants fairly and equitably.
- Engage in Fair Play by respecting the rules of the activity and/or the facility.
- Do not take part in or tolerate behaviour that frightens, embarrasses, demoralizes, or negatively affects the self-esteem of anyone.
- Promote language and behaviour that encourages participation. Abusive, disrespectful, or violent language or actions by anyone will not be tolerated.
- Respect public property and the property of others.
Individuals and/or organizations who do not adhere to the Code of Conduct will be requested to leave the facility immediately. Depending on the severity of the incident, a further ban from all City facilities may be imposed.
Exclusion of Liability – Assumption of Risk
As a condition of participation, the registrant assumes all risk of personal injury, death or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever, including but not limited to the inherent risks related to participation in the program, activity, or sport which this receipt relates, or negligence, breach of contract of statutory duty of care on the part of the City of Surrey and its employees and agents.
The participant agrees that the City of Surrey and its employees and agents shall not be liable for any such personal injury, death or property loss and releases the City of Surrey, and its employees and agents and waives all claims with respect thereto.
Your Personal Information
The personal information that you provide during the registration process is collected and used under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Your email information is used only for the purpose of administering recreation and cultural programs, informing you of our services and benefits through season e-bulletins (with built in opt out capabilities), and for statistical purposes.