Staying active doesn't have to cost a fortune
Burnaby offers programs, activities and events that are affordable to all. Discover how we promote living an active and social life at any income level.
Schedules and fees
Check our drop-in activities to find dates and times for popular activities that can be enjoyed at a very low cost:
Childminding services are also available at Bonsor, Edmonds and Eileen Dailly.
Do you have a toddler and looking for something fun to do? Join us for Tiny Tikes!
Together with your child, explore and play with a wide variety of toys. Your kids can enjoy ride-on toys, climbers, soccer, basketball and floor hockey.
Be Active Pass
Get your Be Active Pass and enjoy unlimited access to a range of activities including fitness classes, swimming and more!
Parks and outdoor facilities
Follow the links to our parks, trails and unique outdoor facilities–they're free and open to all visitors.
- Walking, hiking and biking
- Dog off-leash areas
- Gardens and flower displays
- Nick Volkow Skate Park (formerly Metro Skate Park)
- Confederation Park Skateboard Plaza
- Mountain Air Bike Skills Course
- Water and play features
We're happy to offer a variety of exciting recreational and social activities for pre-teens (age 10-12 years) and teens (age 13-18 years) at our youth centres. Youth have access to pool tables, foosball, ping-pong, card and board games–as well as TVs, computers, PS4 and free WiFi. They also have a chance to be part of a youth committee and get involved in city-wide projects. These committees allow youth to have a voice in what they would like to see happen at each centre. They look for ways to improve or enhance the facility, help out in the community, plan activities, events and trips and hold fundraisers.