Sports and Fitness
The City is implementing the Restoring Richmond Plan, a carefully planned step-by-step approach to reopening services, amenities and facilities impacted by COVID-19. See Affected City Services & Facilities for current service and amenity information.Cambie Community Centre
12800 Cambie Road
Richmond, BC V6V 0A9
Fitness Coordinator: Tina Grant
- Fitness Centre
- Drop-in Schedules
- Fitness Centre Hours
- Fitness Fees
- Orientation and Other Services
- Fitness Centre Orientation
- Personal Training
- Screening Forms
The Cambie Fitness Centre is a 1,700 square foot air conditioned facility with lots of natural light and plenty of open space to do a work out and floor exercises in comfort. New fitness equipment includes an Adaptive Motion Trainer (AMT) that allows for movements including stepping, elliptical and running for a well-balanced and personally controlled workout. There is also new, top-of-the-line Urethane dumbbells and weight plates for a quieter weight room experience and a four-station cable unit that offers a variety of strength training options in one unit. All this is in addition to strength machines, two areas of free weights, cardio machines that include three treadmills, two ellipticals, two Recumbent bikes, one speed bike, a Stairmaster, a rower and an area for core and balance training.
Cambie Volleyball League
The Cambie Volleyball League is run by the East Richmond Community Association (ERCA), in partnership with the City of Richmond and Cambie Sports. The Cambie Volleyball League operates out of the Cambie Community Centre, which manages the league registration, Cambie facilities usage and staffing.
Fitness Centre Hours
Fitness Centres at Minoru Centre for Active Living, South Arm Community Centre and Thompson Community Centre have re-opened as of August 17, 2020.
For details and registration information, please see link to fitness centres section: https://www.richmond.ca/parksrec/about/registration.htm
Cambie Community Centre offers a number of options for accessing fitness programs, including paying a drop-in fee or purchasing a visit card or fitness centre pass, as well as offering programs for registration. See the Fitness Fees section for more information.
For more information about Corporate Fitness Rates, call Tina Grant at 604-238-8380.
Orientations and other services
Fitness Centre Orientation
Book an introduction to the Fitness Centre with a registered Weight Trainer and learn proper techniques for equipment use and Fitness Centre etiquette. Call 604-238-8380 to book an appointment.
Fitness Centre Orientation
Youth in the Fitness Centre
Youth 13-17 years old are encouraged and welcome to use City of Richmond recreation fitness facilities with the following requirements:
• submission of a completed and signed Parental Consent Form and PAR-Q Form.
• completion of a Youth Orientation session*
*Those 13 to 15 years old are required to take this session regardless of previous weight training experience. A session is not required for those 16 to 17 years old with previous weight training experience if noted on the signed Parental Consent Form. However, a meeting with a Fitness Attendant to read and sign a Fitness Centre Etiquette Form is mandatory. Sessions are free with admission and can be booked at any fitness facility.
Note: Parental Consent Forms and Youth Orientations only need to be completed once and are transferrable to all City of Richmond recreation fitness centres.
This specialty training is offered either one-on-one or for groups of two people. All trainers are BCRPA registered with CPR and First Aid training.
|Personal Training Fees - Effective Sept 4/18|
|# of Sessions||Cost (not including GST)|
|1 session (1 hour)||$52.65|
|3 sessions (3 hours)||$150|
|5 sessions (5 hours)||$236.90|
|10 sessions (10 hours)||$447.40|
|Call 604-238-8380 for Group Training fees|
When you take part in any fitness activity at a City facility you will be asked to either complete a PAR-Q+, read the large poster version of the form, or to confirm you have completed the online version of the questionnaire, or complete and print the form here PAR-Q Form. This form is designed to identify people for whom a change in physical activity may pose a risk.