Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Centre

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UPDATED - November 2, 2021

In order to continue to provide as many services as possible to residents, the Beaumont Sport and Recreation Centre, Beaumont Community Centre, and the Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Centre will be participating in the Restriction Exemption Program.
The Government of Alberta has updated the guidelines for the Restriction Exemption Program (REP) regarding youth sport, fitness and performance activities, the following updates have been applied for all City of Beaumont recreation facilities, effective November 3:

  • Adult (18 and older) coaches, officials, other volunteers and parents involved with or supporting an exempt children/youth program under the restriction exemption program (17 and under) do require proof of vaccination or testing and ID.
  • Youth aged 12 – 17 will now have to show proof of vaccination, negative test results or medical exemption if they are participating in a mixed-aged activity that includes those over 18 (coaches exempted). This affects most drop-in activities at the Beaumont Sport & Recreation Centre, Beaumont Community Centre, and Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Centre.
    • If they are participating in an activity that is all youth (17 and under) they don't need to show proof of vaccination.
  • Youth aged 12-17 must show proof of vaccination, medical exemption, or a negative test result to enter any facility while not participating in an activity.
    • This includes spectators or using the concourse and common areas.
  • Anyone ages 18+ will be required to show proof of vaccination, medical exemption, or a negative rapid test result within 72 hours of a visit to facilities of a visit to facilities. 
Click here to see a flow chart of the guidelines for entering the City's recreation facilities.

As of October 25, individuals must be fully vaccinated (at least 14 days from the second dose of a 2-dose vaccine or a single dose of Janssen). As of November 15, Your Alberta vaccine record with QR code will be the only valid Alberta proof of vaccination accepted by operators participating in REP.

All other vaccine-eligible visitors will be required to follow the Alberta government's guidelines set out for the Provincial Restrictions Exemption Program.

We appreciate residents’ patience as we comply with provincial measures to ensure everyone’s health and safety. Harassment of facility staff will not be tolerated and may result in denial of service. 

If you have any questions or require a refund of recreation membership or a program, please email guest.services@beaumont.ab.ca.


Centrally located, The Ken Nichol Regional Recreation Center is a hub of recreation in Beaumont. Once a winter facility, it is now a buzz of excitement year-round.

Amenities


Facility Amenities includes:
  • 2 Regulation-size ice rinks: Seasonal use September - March
  • 2 Dry-surface arenas: Seasonal use April - July
  • 6 Sheet curling complex
  • Curling lounge that is open to the public
  • 1 Program room
  • Banquet room: capacity 150 people
  • Downstairs concession: open seasonally
  • Small Meeting room: capacity 12 people
  • Facilities Office
  • Beaumont Childcare Centre

2021 Fees & Charges