What is TRP?
The Trail Resident Program (TRP) is the fee structure for Trail Parks and Recreation programs, services, and facilities that was adopted in August 2009.
Who is affected?
All users of Trail Parks and Recreation services, programs and facilities are affected.
What if I am visiting the City of Trail?
If you live outside of the Greater Trail Area, you are eligible for the discounted rates on drop-in admissions and 10x and 20x aquatic centre passes by showing address verification (ie. Driver's License). Visitors from outside Greater Trail are not eligible for discounted rates for program registration. For more information, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at 250 368-6484 or 250 364-0888.
Why do I need a TRP card?
A TRP card is required to be presented at the time of financial transactions for individuals to receive discounted rates on all Trail Parks and Recreation programs and services.
Can anyone get a TRP Card?
Yes. Residents of Trail, Warfield and Beaver Valley (Fruitvale, Montrose and Area 'A') can receive a TRP card at no cost. "Non-residents" can purchase a TRP card.
Who is a "Trail Resident"?
Currently, "Trail Residents" are defined in the Trail Recreation Fee Bylaw as permanent residents of the City of Trail, Village of Warfield, Village of Fruitvale, Village of Montrose and Area 'A'.
Residents can download an application form for a TRP card. Forms are also available at the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre.
How do non-residents participate in the TRP program?
All Trail Parks & Recreation programs, facilities, and services are open to everyone. Without a TRP card, full rates apply. All associated fees are noted in the Leisure Guide. Some programs are exempt from TRP pricing.
Non-residents also have the option of purchasing a TRP card for $1,040 per household or by purchasing individual sport passes. A sport pass can be purchased if non-residents want to participate in a single individual sport. Non-residents can download an application form for a TRP card. Forms are also available at the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre.
How to obtain a TRP card?
Bring completed application and required documentation to the Trail Aquatic and Leisure Centre for processing. Photo ID card will be issued to all family members
Do you need more information?
Trail Parks & Recreation Administration 250 368-6484
Trail Aquatic & Leisure Centre 250 364-0888
Trisha Davison, Director of Parks & Recreation 250 364-0852
Robert Baker, Deputy Director of Parks & Recreation 250 364-0808
This is intended to provide information on how to access TRP rates and resident cards. For additional information, please contact the Trail Parks and Recreation Department at 250 368-6484 or 250 364-0888.