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Fitness & Recreation

Make time for your well-being

Offering fitness classes, personal training and gym facilities to the Camosun community, the Fitness & Recreation department is your first stop for on-campus health and well-being. We serve students, faculty, staff and the public at both the Lansdowne and Interurban campuses.

Monday's hours


Full Fitness Centre and office hours
The Fitness Centres are closed on all stat holidays and college closure days.

On-campus facilities and services

The Fitness & Recreation facilities on both campuses feature a wide variety of exercise equipment and the staff to support you in your workouts.

  • Personal training and orientations
  • Change rooms, showers and lockers
  • Towel service
  • Free weights and weight machines
  • Cardio equipment
  • Fitness studio

Facilities and services

Live in the neighbourhood?

Community memberships are available to the public. You'll get access to both campus fitness centres, personal training, towel service and discounted fitness classes.

Camosun alumni get an additional 10% off their community memberships. Available in one-, four-, eight- and 12-month packages.


Sports drop-in and clubs

We offer free, drop-in indoor soccer and basketball for Camosun students and employees.

If you're interested in forming a sports club on-campus, we can support you. Contact our office to find out more about starting up a club.

Drop-in sports

Latest Wellness Blog posts

5 Small, Simple Habits for a Healthy Mind and Soul

March 16, 2018 - 12:12 pm • Fitness and Recreation • Maggy Saldana

If we don’t challenge ourselves constantly, we live in a state of comfort. As humans, we instinctively like to be in our comfort zone, which is why we create a routine for our days, which turn into months, which turn into years. Suddenly, we look back at our life, and wonder where all the time went. Society, as it is today, has found ways to distract us from what really matters.

How to Help a Friend – Recognizing the Signs of Distress

March 14, 2018 - 5:01 pm • Fitness and Recreation • Taryn Emerson

Have you ever been in a situation in which you think that your friend might not be okay? But they won’t talk to you or you’re not sure if it’s just one bad day? Unfortunately, chances are, you probably have.

Recognizing the signs of distress can be really difficult, especially if you don’t see your friends or spend time with them every day. So think of these in the span of a period of time, one bad day is normal, but every time you see them? That’s generally cause for concern.

Contact Us
Camosun College Lansdowne
3100 Foul Bay Rd
Victoria BC V8P 5J2
Camosun College Interurban
4461 Interurban Rd
Victoria BC V9E 2C1
  • 250–370–3000
  • 1–877–554–7555 (toll-free)

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