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    Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena

    ice is out for the season

    One of the most popular recreation facilities operated by the District of Port Hardy is the 450-seat Don Cruickshank Memorial Ice Arena, where a regulation ice surface is home to hockey players and recreational skaters from September to March. This facility offers an 85′ x 200′ ice surface with seating capacity for 450 people.

    Men’s and women’s hockey leagues, three North Island Eagles rep hockey teams, and numerous minor hockey house teams utilize this facility. The Port Hardy arena also offers a warm room available to ice users for birthday parties or special events. Please call 250.949.6686 for a list of available ice time or to book a special event. Space is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.


    A SOCAN License covers Port Hardy Recreation.

    Winter Recreation Guide 

    The Port Hardy Pool is closed for renovations until further notice.  


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    Port Hardy Recreation

    Port Hardy Recreation: Swimming Pool, Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena & Dryland Fitness

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    Port Hardy Recreation
    Come join us for Youth and Adult Ball Hockey!Every Wed and Fri until the end of June. If you don't pre-register, make sure to bring $2 dollars for the Wed session, Fri is free! ... See MoreSee Less
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    17 hours ago

    Port Hardy Recreation
    We just wanted to say thank you to all who attended the Hardy Hustle this year! Please keep a look out for an email in the next few days with photos from the event, a survey link and race times!🏃‍♀️🏃 ... See MoreSee Less
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    Pickleball is such a fun sport and we would love to have you join us!Come on your lunch hour or if you have a free day to play. $4 per session ... See MoreSee Less
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    PORT HARDY RECREATION SAVE THE DATES - SUMMER CAMPS**Registration will open Mon, June 17 for summer camps**The full Summer Recreation Guide will be released and open for registration on June 24Pool Update: On June 13 a Health Inspector from down island is scheduled to inspect our pool. When we are given the green light we will have an opening date.We have two camps that will include swimming lessons: Splash Blast Camp and Splish Splash CampThese will be the only official swimming lessons for the summer. A handful of other camps will offer free play swimming. Over the summer we will be recruiting and training other lifeguards to offer swimming lessons in the fall. Which camp are you hoping to sign your child(ren) up for? You can register on June 17 through our online registration, over the phone or in person. ... See MoreSee Less
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