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How to Book a Facility

To book a facility please visit the Facility Booking Office located at 50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay during office hours or call 705-324-9411 extension 1226.

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View facility availability online anytime by visiting our Online Registration Website.

Facility Booking Office

Office Address: 50 Wolfe Street Lindsay ON, K9V 2J2

Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm

You can book the Forbert Memorial Pool by calling 705-738-5858

To book the Lindsay Recreation Complex Pool(s), please call 705-324-9112 extension 1558

E-Mail the Facility Booking Office

Arenas and Ice Rentals

We operate 10 artificial ice surfaces in 9 Arenas. All of our Arenas are single pad except for the Lindsay Recreation Complex which has two ice surfaces. We have ice surfaces available for rent all year long and from April to August ice pads are also available to rent for non-ice events such as lacrosse, floor hockey and large special events.

Browse our Arenas and Ice pads online to find the perfect location for your next game or special event.

To book ice or ask about availability contact the Facility Booking Office at 705-324-9411 extension 1226.

2020 Ice Rental Rates

A 25% premium will be applied to non-resident rentals. All prices are subject to change without notice. Bookings are based on availability.

Standard - Prime Time Rate

This rate applies to all ice surface rentals at all Arenas on Saturdays and Sundays and ice surface rentals later than 5:00pm at all Arenas with the exception of the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

$154.70 per hour plus HST

Minor Rate

This is a special rate that only applies to Minor Groups for ice surface rentals at all Arenas on Saturdays and Sundays and later than 5:00pm Monday through Friday with the exception of the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

$129 per hour plus HST

Non-Prime Time Rate

This rate applies to residents for all ice surface rentals from 7:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday.

$117.30 per hour plus HST

Lindsay Recreation Complex - Prime Time Rate

This rate applies to all Saturday and Sunday ice rentals and ice rentals after 5:00pm Monday through Friday at the Lindsay Recreation Complex from September through March.

$193.20 per hour plus HST

Lindsay Recreation Complex - Standard Rate - Spring and Summer (April-August)

This rate applies to all ice rentals at the Lindsay Recreation Complex during the months of April through August.

$206.10 per hour plus HST

Lindsay Recreation Complex - Minor Rate- Spring and Summer (April-August)

This is a special rate that only applies to resident Minor groups at the Lindsay Recreation Complex during the months of April through August.

$144.40 per hour plus HST

2020 Arena Floor Rate Schedule

A 25% premium will be applied to non-resident rentals. All prices are subject to change without notice. Bookings are based on availability.

Daily Rate

$1032 plus HST for Standard rentals

$645 plus HST for Minor sports

Hourly Rate

A 4 hour maximum rental time applies to receive the hourly rate.

$85.30 per hour plus HST for Standard rentals

$71.10 per hour plus HST for Minor sports

 

Booking Request Forms

Ice Request Form

To ensure that access to its facilities is fair and equitable for all of its existing and potential users. The City has established an allocation process will take place before each ice season with the following considerations:

  • A coordinated allocation of its various facilities to make the most effective and efficient use of facilities
  • To provide appropriate time slots and opportunities for all levels and types of users
  • To promote and allow growth toward maximum utilization of facilities
  • To service the demand and warranted change resulting from changing demographics and recreation/leisure trends by maintaining sufficient flexibility of scheduling
  • To accommodate local community user groups
  • To establish clear priority listing for allocation of available facility time

For further information refer to the City of Kawartha Lakes Revised Ice Facility Allocation Management Directive.

Ice Request Packages:

New! Ice Request packages can now be completed and submitted online through the City website.

January 2 - March 31, 2021 Ice Request Forms will be available online beginning Wednesday November 4, 2020.

Complete the January- March 2021 Ice Request Form online here

Alternate formats may be available. Contact the Facility Booking Office by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1226 or e-mail facilitybooking@kawarthalakes.ca for further information.

Deadline:

January - March 2021 Ice Requests must be submitted no later than 12pm on Wednesday November 18, 2020.

Allocation Process:

Ice Allocations are processed through the Facility Booking Office. Once requests are received by the deadline the Supervisors of each facility will go through and allocate ice time based on the priority listing located in the Ice Facility Allocation Management Directive.

Once ice has been allocated, contracts will be created and emailed to each user group. Contracts must be reviewed, signed and returned to the Facility Booking Office by a specified due date in order to have a firm booking. Failure to do so could result in the ice time being allocated to someone else.

 

For further information regarding Ice Allocations please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 1

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak continues to evolve, health and safety is our number one priority. Proactive measures to prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 in our community have been identified. To ensure the safety of the community cooperation is required from everyone.

Measures being put in place include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Self screening before entering the facility.
  • Hand sanitization upon entry and exit of the facility.
  • Restrictions on the number of users on each ice pad.
  • One-way entrance into the facility, individual ice pads and designated exits using directional floor markers to support physical distancing.
  • Parking in south lot off of Angeline Street.
  • Enhanced cleaning of the facility following each ice rental.
  • No access to the general public or any spectators.
  • Designated COVID-19 Representative provided by each ice user group.
  • Canteen and Pro-shop will not be open for business.

In order to ensure a safe return to facility utilization the following protocols have been adopted for ice user groups and participants.  These protocols, along with the directives outlined in the Framework for Reopening our Province during Stage 3, must be adhered to.

 City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 1

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 1

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity. Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive ready to enter the facility no longer than 10 minutes prior to the contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive dressed and ready to enter ice surface.
  • Utilize designated area to put on skates and helmet.
  • Utilize designated area to remove skates and helmet.
  • For participants 10 years of age or younger, one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • Equipment bag (including shoes and outdoor clothing) need to be placed in the designated area (Visitor team bench area).
  • Spectators are not permitted. The only person permitted off the ice during the ice rental is the user group's COVID-19 Representative. This does not include the game officials (up to 3 bench staff, timekeepers).
  • Washroom facilities will be available in dressing rooms 2 and 9.
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, officials, bench staff) for each ice rental. This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants and coaching staff are permitted on the ice at any time.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

 

For further information regarding Ice Use Protocols please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office
 City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols Phase 1 - COVID-19 Representative

As part of the Ice Use Protocols -  Phase 1 procedures each ice user group must appoint one COVID-19 Representative for each rental.

COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities

This person is responsible for the following tasks and cannot be on the ice providing instruction:

  • Maintain a log of all people who enter the facility, including name, contact information, date and time (includes all participants, assistants, volunteers) to facilitate contact tracing. Municipal and/or Health Unit staff may request the list up to 30 days after the booking.
  • Perform active screening of participants/people entering the facility prior to or upon entry. Record the answers to the screening questions and based on the responses allow people to enter the facility.  Municipal and/or Health Unit staff may request the response log up to 30 days after the booking. Please refer to the Health Unit poster- Are you Sick? for the screening details.
  • Ensure all participants are dressed (excluding skates and helmet) ready to go on the ice before entering the facility.
  • Ensure all participants utilize the designated entrance and exit areas. Dressing rooms are not open for use. All bags, shoes, outdoor clothing should be stored in the designated area (visitor player's bench).
  • Ensure the user group is adhering to physical distancing standards.
  • Ensure there is no more than 25 participants on the ice during the rental.
  • Ensure each participant/person is wearing a mask as they enter the facility and while in the building excluding while on the ice.
  • Ensure the user group is adhering to the ice pad traffic flow plan.
  • Adhere to the protocol of no spectators allowed.
  • Adhere to the protocol that participants 10 and under only are allowed one parent/assistant to enter in order to help put on and take off skates. This person cannot remain in the building during the ice booking. When picking up, the parent/assistant may re-enter the facility at the end of the ice booking, no earlier.
  • Plan to have all participants/people ready to enter the building no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the ice time. It is suggested that, ensuring physical distancing, the group prepare to enter the facility at one time. Once attendance and screening logs are completed outside the facility, the group would enter the facility and ready to go on the ice.
  • Ensure the user group is acting in accordance to the government's reopening framework that states "leagues must contain no more than 50 participants total. If participants in a league exceed 50, the league may divide into smaller groups of no more than 50. Players are not yet permitted to play against players outside of their league or group".
  • Ensure their user group is aware that dressing rooms 2 and 9 are open for washroom use only.

Downloadable Documents:

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office
City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols  - Phase 2

Effective October 1, 2020

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak continues to evolve, health and safety is our number one priority. Proactive measures to prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 in our community have been identified. To ensure the safety of the community cooperation is required from everyone.

Measures being put in place include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Self screening before entering the facility.
  • Hand sanitization upon entry and exit of the facility.
  • Restrictions on the number of users on each ice pad and spectators per ice pad.
  • One-way entrance into the facility and designated exits using directional floor markers to support physical distancing.
  • Enhanced cleaning of the facility following each ice rental.
  • No access to the general public.
  • Designated COVID-19 Representative provided by each ice user group.
  • Canteen and Pro-shop may be open for business.

In order to ensure a safe return to facility utilization the following protocols have been adopted for ice user groups, participants and spectators.  These protocols, along with the directives outlined in the Framework for Reopening our Province during Stage 3, must be adhered to. If these protocols are not followed user groups are at risk of losing ice booking privileges.


City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols - Phase 2

  • Mask/face covering must be worn while in the facility, except for on-ice activity.
  • Bench staff must wear a mask/face covering.
  • All spectators must wear a mask/face covering.
  • Follow facility traffic flow plan. Signage and physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Arrive early to enter the facility no earlier than 15 minutes prior to contracted ice time. Depart the facility no longer than 10 minutes after contracted ice time.
  • Arrive partially dressed and enter the assigned dressing room to prepare to go on the ice.
  • Showers will not be available  for use in the dressing rooms.
  • Mask/face coverings must be worn while in the dressing room. Physical distancing must be maintained while in the dressing room. Physical distancing markers have been posted.
  • Two dressing rooms will be assigned per ice time booking.
  • For participants 10 years of age and younger one parent/assistant can enter the facility to help put on/remove skates and helmet.
  • A limit of 25 spectators will be permitted per ice time. It is suggested that the spectators consist of one person per on-ice participant.  Spectators must physical distance and adhere to posted markers.
  • No loitering in any area of the facility. Spectators must vacate the facility immediately upon completion of the participant ice time. (This does not include those that are helping a participant 10 or under.)
  • All user groups must record attendance (participants, participant assistants, spectators, officials and bench staff) for each ice rental.  This list may be requested by City staff or Health Unit officials at any time for contact tracing.
  • No more than 25 participants including coaching staff are permitted on the ice.
  • Off ice warm-up activities are not permitted within the facility.
  • No outside food permitted. Individual water bottles are permitted.

It is recommended that program/league administrators complete a plan to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees of your organized sport or recreation activity. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has developed a checklist to support you in creating your plan. The final plan should be shared with all participants (athletes, parents or guardians, coaches, volunteers, spectators) via easily accessible platforms (i.e. public-facing website or social media page, newsletter, included with registration etc.) Municipal staff may request a copy of your plan prior to or during your contracted ice time.

Downloadable Documents:

Phase 2 Arena Traffic Flow Maps

 Emily/Omemee Community Centre

 Emily Omemee Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Emily/Omemee Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 Fenelon Falls Community Centre

 FFCC Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Fenelon Falls Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 Little Britain Community Centre

 LBCC Arena Traffic Flow map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Little Britain Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 Lindsay Recreation Complex

 LRC Arena Traffic Flow map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Lindsay Recreation Complex Traffic Flow Map

 Manvers Community Centre

 Manvers CC Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Manvers Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 Woodville Community Centre

 Woodville CC Arena Traffic Flow Map

Download a copy of the Phase 2 - Woodville Community Centre Traffic Flow Map

 

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office
City of Kawartha Lakes Ice Use Protocols Phase 2 - COVID-19 Representative

Effective October 1, 2020

As part of the Ice Use Protocols -  Phase 2 procedures each ice user group must appoint one COVID-19 Representative for each rental. If this responsibility is not completed the user group may lose ice booking privileges.

COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities

This person is responsible for the following tasks and cannot be on the ice providing instruction:

  • Maintain a log of all people who enter the facility, including name, contact information, date and time (includes all participants, assistants, spectators and volunteers) to facilitate contact tracing. Municipal and/or Health Unit staff may request the list up to 30 days after the booking.
  • Perform active screening of participants/people entering the facility prior to or upon entry. Record the answers to the screening questions and based on the responses allow people to enter the facility.  Municipal and/or Health Unit staff may request the response log up to 30 days after the booking. Please refer to the Health Unit poster- Are you Sick? for the screening details.
  • Ensure all participants are dressed (excluding skates and helmet) ready to go on the ice before entering the facility.
  • Ensure the assigned dressing rooms are used by the participants. Plan to coordinate the participants according to the maximum number of people permitted in the dressing room. 'Buffer' zones may be available in some facilities.
  • Ensure the user group is adhering to physical distancing standards.
  • Ensure there are no more than 25 on-ice participants including all coaching staff during the rental. Ensure there are no more than 25 spectators.
  • Ensure each participant/person is wearing a mask as they enter the facility and while in the building excluding while on the ice.
  • Ensure the user group is adhering to the ice pad traffic flow plan and spectator physical distancing markers.
  • Plan to have all participants/people ready to enter the building no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the ice time. It is suggested that, ensuring physical distancing, the group prepare to enter the facility at one time. Once attendance and screening logs are completed outside the facility, the group would enter the facility and ready to go on the ice.
  • Ensure that all participants have vacated the dressing room(s) no later than 10 minutes after the ice time is completed. Loitering in any area of the facility is not permitted. Spectators must leave the facility immediately following the completion of the ice time.
  • Ensure the user group is acting in accordance to the government's reopening framework that states "leagues must contain no more than 50 participants total. If participants in a league exceed 50, the league may divide into smaller groups of no more than 50. Players are not yet permitted to play against players outside of their league or group".
  • Ensure that all municipal and provincial protocols are being followed.

Downloadable Documents:

For further information regarding COVID-19 Representative Responsibilities please contact:

City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division

Facility Booking Office

50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm

Telephone: 705-324-9411 extension 1226

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-mail the Facility Booking Office

Park and Picnic Shelter Rentals

Many of our Parks offer great opportunities for large family reunions, big group picnics or outdoor events of all types.

Browse our Picnic Shelters online to find the perfect location to host your next event.

Picnic Shelter Locations

Bobcaygeon

  • Bobcaygeon Beach Park - 45 Park St., Bobcaygeon
  • Riverview Park (2 Shelters on site) - 16 River Park Rd., Bobcaygeon
  • Tommy Anderson Park - 94 Dunn St., Bobcaygeon

Cambray

  • Cambray Ball Park - 2255 Elm Tree Rd., Cambray

Coboconk

  • Coboconk Lions Park - 9 Grandy Rd., Coboconk

Fenelon Falls

  • Garnet Graham Park - 98 Francis St., Fenelon Falls

Lindsay 

  • Elgin Park - 162 Angeline St. N., Lindsay
  • Memorial Park (4 Shelters on site)- 515 Lindsay St. S., Lindsay
  • Nayoro Park - 45 Durham St. E., Lindsay
  • Old Mill Park - 16 Kent St. E., Lindsay
  • Victoria Park - 210 Kent St. W., Lindsay

Little Britain 

  • Little Britain Community Centre - 9 Arena Rd., Little Britain

Oakwood

  • Oakwood Community Centre - 1010 Eldon Rd., Oakwood

Omemee

  • Emily/Omemee Community Centre -212 Sturgeon Rd., Omemee
  • Omemee Beach Park - Rutland St. E & George St., Omemee

Ops

  • Ops Community Centre - 2569 Hwy 7, Lindsay

2020 Picnic Shelter and Park Special Event Fees

Park rental rates are based on the nature and size of your event. Please contact the Facility Booking Office at 705-324-9411 extension 1226 to confirm pricing.

All rates are subject to change and do not include any extra incidental fees or liability insurance.

Community Hall Rentals

We have a wide range of Community Centres and Halls to host your special occasion of any size. Browse our Community Centres and Halls online to find the perfect location to host your next event.

Events taking place in a Municipal Facility that will be serving alcohol will be required to adhere to the Alcohol Management on Municipal Premises Policy and will require mandatory Liquor Liability Insurance.

To book a facility please visit the Facility Booking Office during office hours or call 705-324-9411 extension 1226.

Ball Diamonds, Sports Field and Court Rentals

The City of Kawartha Lakes has a variety of ball diamonds, sports fields and tennis courts available for rent. Facilities are typically available May through October. Browse our Ball Diamonds, Sports Fields and Tennis Courts online to find the perfect location your next game. To book a facility please visit the Facility Booking Office during office hours or call 705-324-9411 extension 1226.

Athletic Field Rental Fees

Class A Athletic Fields:

Wilson Fields, Optimist Soccer Park, Kawartha Park, George Street Park, Little Britain and Sylvester Park.

Service: Lined every 2 weeks, L1 grass maintenance

 

2020 Adult Rates:

Game: $38.80

Tournament: $129.90

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/per field day)

 

2020 Minor Rates:

Game:$19.60

Tournament: $ 64.60

(Tournament fee is based on a per diamond/per field day)

 

Class B Athletic Fields:

Neighbourhood Parks, Legion Park, Oakwood and Auden Park.

Service: Lined, L2 grass maintenance

 

2020 Adult Rates:

Game: $25.80

Tournament: $ 58.10

(Tournament fee is based on a per diamond/per field day)

 

2020 Minor Rates:

Game: $13

Tournament: $29.20

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/per field per day)

 

All fees subject to change. Contact the Facility Booking Office to confirm pricing. All fees subject to applicable taxes. Each single field booking is considered to be a maximum of two hours in length. Extra fees include lighting at $13.20 per game.

Ball Diamond Rental Fees
Class A Ball Diamonds:

Wilson Fields (1-6), Fenelon Falls (1,2), Bobcaygeon (1,2), Little Britain (1-3), Oakwood (1,2), Woodville (1), Ops (1,2) and Emily/Omemee.

Service: Dragged once per day, L1 grass maintenance.

 

2020 Adult Rates:

Game: $45.20

Tournament: $129.20

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/field per day)

 

2020 Minor Rates:

Game: $22.80

Tournament: $64.60

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/field per day)

 

Class B Ball Diamonds:

Valentia and Memorial Park

Service: Dragged once a week, no lining, L1 grass maintenance.

 

2020 Adult Rates:

Game: $32.30

Tournament: $96.90

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/field per day)

 

2020 Minor Rates:

Game: $16.30

Tournament: $48.60

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/field per day)

 

Class C Ball Diamonds:

Neighbourhood Parks, Coboconk Legion Park, George Street Park, Wilson Fields (7), Woodville (2), Ops (3), Oakwood (3), Cameron, Norland and Cambray.

Service: Could be dragged up to three times per season, L1 or L2 grass maintenance.

 

2020 Adult Rates:

Game: $19.60

Tournament: $58.10

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/field per day)

 

2020 Minor Rates:

Game: $9.80

Tournament: $29.20

(Tournament fee is based on per diamond/field per day)

 

All fees subject to change. Contact the Facility Booking Office to confirm pricing. All fees subject to applicable taxes. Each single field booking is considered to be a maximum of two hours in length. Extra fees include lighting at $13.20 per game.

Pool Rentals

You can visit the Pools and Swimming section of our website to learn more about the Forbert Memorial Pool and the Pools at the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

You can book the Forbert Memorial Pool by calling 705-738-5858. To book the Lindsay Recreation Complex Pools please call 705-324-9112 extension 1558.

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