There are two full service arenas are available to our community. For additional information please contact us at 705-672-3363.
Recreation Superintendent - Paul Allair
For arena ice bookings please contact the Recreation Department Administrative Assistant.
Haileybury Community Centre
This arena is open September 20th to March 31st and offers figure skating and skating lessons, adult and youth hockey, pickup hockey, and hockey clinics.
400 Ferguson Avuenue
Haileybury, Ontario POJ 1K0
Don Shepherdson Memorial Arena
This arena is open August-April and offers figure skating and skating lessons, adult and youth hockey, pickup hockey, and hockey clinics.
75 Wellington Street South
New Liskeard, Ontario POJ 1P0
Parent and Tot Skate: Wednesdays 9:20am-10:50am **Cancelled March 5th due to School Activities****
Adult Skate: Tuesdays 9:30-10:30am
***TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CONFIRM WITH ARENA STAFF***
SKATING PARTY RENTALS
Dymond Outdoor Ice Surface
The Dymond Outdoor Ice surface is located on Dymond Park Road at the end of Laurette Street, Dymond Township. Opening Date is December 19th, 2013.
Public Skating times at the Dymond Outdoor ice surface:
Mon- Fri 5:00-6:30 Public Skating; 6:45pm-9:00pm Hockey
Sat & Sun 12:00-1:30pm Public Skating; 1:45-4:30pm Hockey 5:00-6:30pm Public Skating; 6:45pm-9:00pm Hockey
SCHEDULE MAY CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS
Neighborhood Ice Surfaces
There is also a neighborhood ice surface for community use. Opening date is December 19th, 2013. SHAVER PARK IS NOT SUPERVISED
- Shaver Park - Queen Street, Haileybury
Summer Arena Floor Surfaces
During the summer months, the Haileybury Community Centre is home to the Tri Town Lacrosse Association which runs a lacrosse program for children. http://www.tritownlacrosse.com/
Contact the Leisure Service Department for arena booking information at 705-672-3363, or email the Administrative Assistant.
The City is also home to Men's and Women's Hockey Leagues, as well as an Old-Timers League.
Contact the Leisure Service Department for more information.
Temiskaming Shores Minor Hockey Association
Temiskaming Shores Minor Hockey Association has roughly 350 local participants a year, and drawing thousands more for tournaments. Hockey is not only popular and a growing sport for our youth, but a tremendous economic contributor. The Temiskaming Shores Minor Hockey Association is the non-profit organization that runs all the hockey programs in our community.
Figure Skating Clubs