This state-of-the-art facility is the City's largest recreation complex, featuring three ice arenas, a 50 metre competition swimming pool and a 10,000 square foot weight room. Centrally located in a community setting, the complex is situated on a main artery through Surrey, providing easy access from the Canada/US Border and the #1 Highway.
Two of the three ice arenas have recently been upgraded to meet Sledge Hockey training requirements. Penalty box gates and bench gates are 36 inches wide, sill plates are 1.5 inches off the ice and the boards feature plexiglass windows that allow players to see the ice surface from the bench areas.
The arenas have hosted numerous local and provincial ice hockey and ringette tournaments while the pool has hosted local and provincial, swimming, diving and synchronized swimming competitions.
3 - 200 ft x 85 ft ice arenas (two with sledge hockey capabilities)
50M, 8 lane competition swimming pool with competition diving boards and dive tank
10,000 sq. ft. weight room with treadmills, elliptical trainers, stair climbers, stationary bikes, Atlantis and Hammer Strength fitness equipment
Leisure Pool with 160 ft water slide and a large hot tub
3 multi-purpose rooms including a fitness studio
The complex is located on Fraser Highway, a major artery in Surrey and close to Highway #1 and the Canada/US Border. There is a new hotel located across the parking lot and many restaurants, shops and services are nearby. Surrey Memorial Hospital is less than 8km away and various medical and physiotherapy clinics are also close to the venue.
Our parks and recreation team is one of our greatest strengths. Surrey has secured a devoted staff team that will make sure that every step of your sport host experience is positive, effortless and geared toward your success.
The City has extensive experience in hosting international and national sporting events.
Surrey and the Greater Vancouver region offer one of the mildest climates of any major centre in Canada.
A full range of professionally managed international standard facilities catering to a wide variety of sports.
Surrey offers close proximity to Vancouver, as well as excellent transportation links to other areas in B.C.
December 2008 - BC Sledge Hockey Training Camp
April 2007 - BC Swimming Association Masters Provincial Championships
March 2007 - BC Minor Hockey Provincial Championships
March 2007 - BC Ringette Association President's Cup
February 2007 - BC Synchro Association Provincial Championships
Manager, Sport Tourism
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