The Parks, Recreation & Culture department makes all its facilities available for rental to individuals, community groups and organizations for meeting, parties, workshops, etc.
All facility rentals are booked by emailing email@example.com or calling 905.885.2474 Ext. 3221. This includes Jack Burger Sports Complex, Town Park Recreation Centre, Ruth Clarke Activity Centre, Canton Municipal Office, and all parks.
For more information about Birthday parties, visit our Birthday party webpage.
If you are looking to book a special event that requires road closures, special permits, outdoor liquor licenses etc, please contact our Special Events Coordinator, Jeannie Maidens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A number of our facilities and parks have the capacity and exposure to provide space for corporations/businesses to promote their goods and services. Spaces are available on arena boards, arena walls, facility lobbies, washrooms, scoreclocks, ball fields etc. Please see our advertising policy for more information. To discuss advertising your business/event, please contact Lisa Filce at email@example.com
60 Highland Drive, Port Hope, Ontario
The Jack Burger Sports Complex was constructed in 1978 and has had a long standing relationship with the residents of Port Hope and the surrounding area. Included in the facility is a 1200 seat arena, a 25 metre pool, a therapy pool, and whirlpool. As an authorized provider of Red Cross and Lifesaving Society swim programs, children, youth, adults and seniors can participate in structured swim lessons or drop in for one of our open swim times. Swim supplies are available at the pool side pro shop. There are plenty of opportunities for making use of the ice surface and stop by the arena pro shop for skate sharpening or the canteen for a snack. The Department of Parks, Recreation & Culture is fortunate to have community organizations and businesses to work with to provide complimentary programs and services at Christmas and March Break.
In 2015, the Jack Burger Sports Complex re-opened after renovations to make the facility full accessible. Featuring updates to the pools, changerooms and the addition of a Family Accessible Changeroom, Community Room, Central Canteen and Customer Service the Jack Burger in now fully accessible.
62 McCaul Street, Port Hope, Ontario (in the Agricultural Town Park)
The Town Park Recreation Centre was constructed in 2002 and has established itself as the centre of activity for the Municipality of Port Hope. Housing the Youth Centre, the Cameco Gymnasium, the B.A.A. Board Room, Kinsmen Kitchen and two multi-purpose program spaces, the facility is used by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture for delivery of High Five Accredited children's programs and quality programs for youth, adults and seniors. The Town Park and its facilities are also home for the Port Hope Fall Fair, ACO Auction and other major community events. This air conditioned facility is also home to the Summer Daycamp program, After School programs and the location of the permanent Skate Park Facility.
81 Mill Street South, Port Hope, Ontario
The Ruth Clarke Activity Centre was built in 1979 and provides friendly surroundings and activities for all adults 55yrs+. The Centre promotes involvement, commitment, goodwill and participation among groups and individuals within the membership and community.
Annual membership to the Social Club at the Centre is available. Nominal fees are applied to Social Club activities for participation. The facility includes a Community Hall with kitchen, a lower lounge, meeting space and a small fitness centre.
5325 County Road 10 just north of Canton
The Canton Municipal Hall provides rental space for patrons with a capacity of up to 75 people including a full kitchen. Bookings are to be arranged by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Payment and key sign out are done at the Jack Burger Sports Complex, 60 Highland Drive, Port Hope.