McGill Athletic Facilities

Fitness and recreation — Downtown Montreal
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From the spectacular Percival Molson Stadium—located in the heart of bustling Montreal—to the gymnasiums, tracks, courts, all-purpose activity rooms, fitness centre, and pool, McGill has some of the finest recreation and athletics facilities in the country.

You can also try one of our fitness and recreation classes. Choices include everything from aquafitness to zumba, to capoeira and fencing, to Pilates, yoga and dance. The possibilities are impressive, and online registration is available.

Facility rentals

Our facilities can be used to host athletic events, leagues, conferences, clinics and fundraising events. Hourly rates are competitive and the location is central to downtown Montreal, adjacent to Mount Royal.

Visit the McGill Athletics site for more information.

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