Recreation Services

Recreation Services

Wellington North is home to the Arthur & Area Community Centre and the Mount Forest & District Sports Complex. Both communities have excellent curling clubs, large outdoor swimming pool facilities, lawn bowling clubs, snowmobile clubs, baseball diamonds, soccer pitches and children’s playgrounds. These facilities are supported by vibrant minor hockey, minor ball, minor lacrosse and soccer associations as well as community service groups that organize youth athletic activities all year long. Wellington North is also blessed with a number of public parks and walking trails that you can hike, bike or cross-country ski.

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Recreation Rates and Fees

2024 Rates and Fees
By-law No. 129-22  (PDF)                                                                

2025 Rates and Fees 
By-law No. 107-2023 (PDF) 


Ensuring affordable, inclusive and high-quality recreation, parks and leisure opportunities through effective communication and combined community efforts.

Guiding Principles



1. Opportunities for AllFoster community and individual wellbeing through accessible and inclusive leisure opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.
2. Meaningful Engagement and CommunicationEffectively share information and involve residents impacting their community.
3. Working Together to Achieve Shared GoalsEngage and support volunteers and community partners in the coordinated delivery of initiative that enhance public access to needed services and facilities.
4. Responsive Facilities, Parks and TrailsProvide a range of thoughtful-designed amenities that respond to demonstrated needs, with a view toward maximizing public access, utilization and sustainability.
5. Customer Focused ServicesDemonstrate accountability by upholding consistently high standards in customer service, program and policies and maintenance practices.
6. Commitment Toward Financial SustainabilityProvide value through the efficient use of resources, balanced application of user fees, integrated decision-making and pursuit of non-municipal funding sources