You can’t miss it. The Leduc Recreation Centre is a 309,000 square foot hub for community activity and involvement located on the southern side of William F. Lede Park and has everything you’d expected from a community centre.
The Leduc Recreation Centre is home to a Mix Family Aquatic Centre with a main pool that has six lanes for swimming and spans 25 metres. With diving blocks, a rope swing and a challenging climbing wall the main pool is kept at consistent 28 to 29C keeping it cool for aquatic fitness and comfortable enough for swimming lessons.
The LRC also has a fourlane leisure pool that includes zerodepth entry, swim jets, a play structure and a water slide suitable for the young or young at heart. There’s also a hot tub to enjoy along with a whirlpool that is wheelchair accessible and a steam room that can accommodate up to 15 people with an air temperature that ranges from 40 to 48C.
The community centre offers swim lessons for all ages and skill levels with once and twice a week options. The lessons are run by the Red Cross and are based on program research, proven excellence in teaching and are focused on age appropriate learning. Enjoy a low impact workout with registered or drop-in style aquatic fitness classes as well.
You can do more than just swim at the LRC. The fitness centre comes complete with all the amenities you’d expect from a fully functional gym. The 9,000 square foot fitness centre offers both state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment. Touch screen LCD displays adorn the centre’s cardio equipment with USB and iPod connectivity with a virtual trainer to help provide motivating visuals with both tips and feedback to help keep your workout on track. The LRC also provides a free orientation and Individual Program Design for first time visitors. Fitness programs are offered at the LRC as well and included registered and drop in.
The Leduc Recreation Centre is a multi-use rec centre provides ice for rent whether you’d just like to skate, play a little shinny, or hurl a rock down a sheet of ice.The centre offers 3 NHL size arenas to be used, the Performance Arena and the two twin arenas, with programs running all year. Public skates and drop-in shinny is offered along with and Adult and Child Stuck n’ Puck event where children accompanied by adults can hone their hockey or ringette skills.The curling rink is run the Leduc Curling Club and ice time can be booked through them.
The Leduc Recreation Centre is a community hub in which people of all ages and abilities can come and enjoy what the community has to offer. Come join the LRC for a drop-in aerobics class or a lane swim. The City of Leduc wants to promote an active lifestyle and LRC is just the place to do it.
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