Chilliwack Recreation Facilities


Introducing the Range and Qube Recreation Centre, proudly serving the University of the Fraser Valley Chilliwack campus at Canada Education Park (CEP) with recreation and social sports in partnership with Athletics and Campus Recreation and Student Union Society.

SUS U-Pass Program – provides UFV students with access to free public transportation in Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack, access to recreation centres (Abbotsford and Mission and on-campus fitness and recreation in Chilliwack), and the Campus Connector.


Our mission is to provide the UFV Chilliwack community with the opportunity for recreation and social sports on campus through access to fitness classes, workout facilities and drop-in social sports.

Facilities & Services

Hours of Operation: Check here for an up to date schedule
45173 Petawawa Rd
Reception: 604-847-5474

The Range (Building R)

  • 9,000 sq. foot, partially covered open air dome
  • Social Sports include: drop-in basketball and floor hockey

The Qube (Building Q)

  • Cardio equipment including: (2) elliptical, (2) stationary bikes, (1) treadmill
  • Selectorized strength machines and free weights
  • Open stretching and activity space
  • Change rooms with showers

*Included with a valid U-Pass (SUS U-Pass Program)
*Fee is temporarily waived for Staff/Faculty/Alumni

The Black Box (A2106)

  • Located on the second floor of Building A
  • Fitness classes offered include: dance fit, yoga, HIIT, Pilates and functional fitness classes 

*Classes are FREE for students, check here for Staff/Faculty/Alumni rates
*Fitness Class Descriptions and Schedules, check here

 Community Trails

Enjoy the walking and running trails around and adjacent to campus including the Vedder River Rotary trail



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Indigenizing at UFV

The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.

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