Spiritwood & District Recreation Centre
The Spiritwood & District Rec Centre holds the Curling Rink, Bowling Alley, Arena, and two Mezzanines. The Curling and Bowling facility was built in 2004 and the new arena was operational in 2011 after it was determined that the old arena, built in 1966, was at the end of its lifespan. Grants assisted with the completion of the new arena. These facilities are a valuable asset to our community and without them, Spiritwood would not be what we are today.
The Spiritwood & District Rec Centre is home to an NHL sized ice sheet which hosts a variety of clubs and users. The ice surface is used for various programs during the Fall/Winter season, and is then melted in the Spring/Summer season to host events and activities on the dry floor.
During the Fall/Winter months, the facility’s users include Spiritwood Minor Hockey, the Spiritwood Skating Club, and is home to the Spiritwood Timberwolves of the Saskatchewan Prairie Hockey League (SPHL). The arena is also home to various recreation programs such as recreation hockey tournaments, shinny, drop-in hockey, and public skating.
The Rec Centre is also home to a six-lane bowling alley which offers fun for all ages. The alleys can be rented for birthday parties, group gatherings, or on a drop-in basis. We also offer leagues for more competitive bowlers, as well as happy hour specials. For more information on rentals, drop-in times, or prices, please contact our Recreation Director at email@example.com.
Prices are $2.00 per game and $2.00 for shoe rentals from 4:00pm-8:00pm every Tuesday, while we have appetizer and drink specials every Friday!
Our four sheet curling rink is host to some of the most fun and exciting bonspiels in the region. The rink is home to the Spiritwood Curling Club and local high school teams. The Spiritwood & District Rec Centre’s curling rink is available to rent for weekend bonspiels.
SARCS oversees two main outdoor recreation facilities in the Spiritwood area. Both facilities provide opportunities for the people of Spiritwood and the surrounding area to be active and have fun.
Kidzland is a community playground located off of 3rd Street East at the entrance of the Rec Centre parking lot, beside the Civic Centre. The playground is always full of children playing and is a staple of the community.
Spiritwood and District Sport and Agriculture Complex (SADSAAC) is home to four newly upgraded ball diamonds. SADSAAC is located just north of the Visitor Information Centre and ever-expanding museum, at the intersection of Highways 3 and 24. SADSAAC serves clubs and organizations, with members coming in from 8 rural communities, along with acreages and farms in between.