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Terry Fox Athletic Facility

Terry Fox Athletic Facility is open for individual and groups for drop in, membership and rentals.

There are no longer restrictions related to affiliation with National and Provincial organizations. Locker rooms and spectator areas will remain closed.

Clients can email or call 613-580-3575 to make a reservation on the track or to get more information.

This extensive track and field and sports field complex includes a polyurethane running track, as well as, three lighted natural grass sports fields suitable for:

  • Soccer
  • Rugby
  • Lacrosse
  • Cross-country running
  • Ultimate
  • Various field sports

During the winter, the facility turns into a cross-country ski centre (Mooney's Bay Ski Centre) featuring five kilometre of track set lit trails for classic and skate-skiing and includes a ski school for all ages and abilities.

2960 Riverside Drive
Ottawa, ON K1V 8N4


Virtual Tour

Hours of operations for reservations:

  • Monday, closed
  • Tuesday, 4 to 8 pm
  • Thursday, 4 to 8 pm
  • Friday, 4 to 6:30 pm
  • Saturday, 1 to 5 pm
  • Sunday, 8 am to noon


Track and Field

Season membership - 6 months (May to October)

  • Adult 19 to 64, $150.50
  • Youth 13 to 18, $113
  • Children 6 to 12, $75.50
  • Seniors 65+, $113.25

Daily Rates

  • Adult 19 to 64, $4.75
  • Youth 13 to 18, $3.75
  • Children 6 to12, $2.25
  • Seniors 65+, $3.75

10 Visit Pass

  • Adult 19 to 64, $42.50
  • Youth 13 to18, $32.50
  • Children 6 to12, $20
  • Seniors 65+, $32.50

  • On site parking

You can check rental availability, or fill out a rental request form below.

To browse registered programs available City-wide, visit our online Recreation Guide PDFs.

To search registered programs available at this facility, please visit JOINOttawa.

For January and February hours please refer to the Mooney's Bay Cross-country Ski Centre hours.  

Accessibility features

The accessibility features of this facility are detailed below. While the City of Ottawa is constantly working to improve access, please note that not all parts of every facility are necessarily 'accessible for all' as facilities were built to meet accessibility standards of their time.


  • 4 designated accessible parking spaces
  • Accessible path of travel from the parking lot to entrance
  • 11 metre from parking space to the door
  • Cut curb
  • Hazard indicator


  • 2 accessible entrances  
  • Direct access to the main floor, lobby


  • Power door access to interior areas
  • Ramps
  • Reception desks
  • Accessible counters
  • Floor area for maneuvering a wheelchair
  • Swipe access

Floor Surfaces

  • Slip resistant surfaces


  • Lowered sink counters
  • Lowered soap dispensers
  • Lowered towel dispensers
  • Lowered drinking fountains
  • Large stalls to allow transfers

Learn more about Inclusive Recreation and accessible services.