Baytex Energy Centre

9810 – 73 Ave
Phone: (780) 624-3204
Email: [email protected]
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Last updated February 9, 2022. 


Drop-In Sports

The Baytex Energy Centre is committed to offering recreational drop-in programs to the community.

Our drop-in programs are designed to create an inclusive environment where participants can learn a new skill, be social, be active, share their sport with others and play together regardless of skill level (beginner to advanced welcome).

Recreational drop-in programs are NOT about winning, competitive or aggressive play.

General Info for all Drop-Ins

  • Please sign in & pay drop-in admission prior to entering.
  • NO food allowed.
  • Sports drink & water ONLY.
  • Only NON-marking gym shoes allowed.
  • Full gear MUST be worn during Shinny.
  • All skill levels welcome!
  • Participants are expected to play in a safe and controlled manner.
  • Space is limited; we operate on a first come first serve basis with sign-in 15minutes prior to a program start.
  • Participants must be present at the time of admission purchase.

Fieldhouse & Arena Drop-In Schedules

*ALL schedules are subject to change without notice*


*** Stick n’ Puck: Only available Sept. 11, 18, 25, & Oct. 2 & 9


Drop in10 Punch Pass20 Punch PassMonthly
Child (3 & Under)FREEN/AN/AN/A
Youth (4-17)$3.25$27.00$51.00N/A
Adult (18+)$5.25$45.00$85.00N/A
Student/Senior (65-74)$3.25$27.00$51.00N/A
Indoor Track$2.00$18.00N/A$35.00

The Town’s Fee Schedule Guide is available here.

Facility Booking and Calendars

Click this link to view our complete calendars for our recreation facilities including the Baytex Energy Centre.


Looking for a meeting space? Or need more room, in a studio-like area? We’ve got the spot for you!

Our Meeting Room and Multipurpose Room are great options for board meetings, youth groups, study groups, a yoga class…the opportunities are endless.

Our field house courts and arena are also available to rent!

If you’re interested in renting space at the Baytex Energy Centre, contact our Guest Services Coordinator or inquire at the reception desk.
(780) 624-3204
[email protected]

Facility Features

Canadian Natural Fieldhouse & Track

Offering residents and visitors year-round access to a variety of field sports, the Canadian Natural Fieldhouse has lines and nets to accommodate sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton, or pickleball.

Field house & Track hours: 7am – 10pm.

Our track is open daily and can be used as a single drop-in, or with a punch pass or monthly membership. Punch Passes offer a discounted bulk purchase while our Monthly Membership allows you to use the track during our closed reception hours by signing in at the front door.

Track direction changes daily!
M/W/F/Sun-Counter Clockwise & T/Th/Sat-Clockwise

Ice Rink

An NHL-sized ice rink with three sides of viewing.

Upcoming Arena Events

  • November 22 – Wheels on Ice
  • December 10 – Skating with Santa
  • January 21 – Public Skate with the North Peace Navigators
  • February 11 – Glow Skate
  • February 21 – Wheels on Ice
  • March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day Skate

Macmillan Construction Indoor Playground

Open 8 am – 8 pm

Overlooking our ice surface the Indoor Playground offers a safe and fun place for the whole community. This gives families a place to escape those cold winter days and to keep the kids playing all year-round.

Champion’s Health & Fitness

Our vision is to provide a personalized health and fitness experience that helps members live the lives they desire.  Member Access: 24hr (Key FOB Access) Staffed Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm,. 587-479-7493, [email protected]

CK Next Generation

Located on the 2nd floor, the ice viewing concession is open to serve our facility users. CK’s strives to provide high-quality, quick takeout food. Contact her for team/special event catering, as well!

Peace Region Family Resource Network

Our FRN Hub is an information centre for families with children aged 0-18. Family Education Facilitators are available to answer questions, provide evidence-based resources, connect families to community agencies and make referrals to services.