The gym is a heated and air conditioned facility with 2 bathrooms, a conference room and an aerobics/yoga video room. It is equipped with an elliptical trainer, a treadmill, a recumbent bike, a 4 person workout station (leg press, pulley system), free weights ranging from 3-80 lbs, a power cage with Olympic bar and up to 1000 lbs of Eurogrip plates, an arm curl station, and a seated calf raise station. There are also stability balls, exercise tubes/bands, and skipping ropes.
Donations: This facility continues to operate with the help of gym memberships, fundraising and donations.
If you are interested in joining the gym, please click on "Get Fit Centre" above and download the membership package.
*All forms must be complete, signed and dated, leaving no questions blank.
**Memberships and proximity access key tags must be paid for in full, prior to receiving a gym membership.
The Municipality reserves the right to refuse a membership based on an incomplete application.
For more information contact the Matachewan municipal office at (705) 565-2274.
18 years or older (Adult) Qualify for a proximity access key tag which gives the member access to the facility from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm every day (A $10.00, fully refundable deposit is required to secure a key tag).
Under 18 years do not qualify for a tag and must be supervised while using the facility.
$30.00 - 1 Month
$80.00 - 3 Months
$300.00 - 1 Year
Student/Senior (age 50 and over)
$18.00 - 1 Month
$45.00 - 3 Months
$160.00 - 1 Year
Matachewan is full of things to do for the entire family. Our beautiful beach borders the Montreal River in Matachewan is a very popular summer location for families.
During the summer months you can enjoy swimming in the river or have a game of volleyball.
Matachewan also has a variety of other outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, fishing or discovering remote trails on your ATV in the summer and ice fishing, skiing, or snowmobiling in the winter. There's plenty to do and discover which makes Matachewan the perfect destination for the outdoor enthusiast.
Young-Davidson Multi-functional Complex
When the former Young-Davidson Mine was operational here in the community back in the 1950’s, they were great sponsors of organized curling. As a matter of fact, Young-Davidson Mines built the original curling club and prior to closing the mine, moved it to its current location. Recently, the Township of Matachewan entered into a partnership with the Matachewan Riverside Lions Club, the Governments of Canada and of Ontario, the Kirkland District Community Development Corporation (KDCDC), the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), the Ministry of Health Promotion’s Sports Culture and Tourism Partnership (SCTP) and Superbuild Fund, as well as Northgate Minerals Young-Davidson Project for the renovation and reconstruction of our curling club and to recreate it as a multipurpose venue. Council and staff would like to take this opportunity to thank our major funding partners, without whom this project would not have been possible.
As a token of our appreciation to our major corporate sponsor, Northgate Minerals who donated $60,000.00 towards this project, it has been named The Young-Davidson Multi-functional Complex and houses our municipal recreational skating rink that can be converted into three sheets of curling rink ice, a community hall and a multipurpose facility.
Opening up many recreational opportunities for our residents, businesses and neighboring First Nations Community, a local family gathering place such as this is truly a necessity in order to give our youth, our seniors and others a healthy place to gather and participate in a multitude of recreational activities on a year round basis. This multipurpose facility can be utilized for youth sporting activities throughout each year, for senior fitness programming, for recreational skating and curling, for community functions and meetings and also has a kitchen and canteen.