Jack Burger Sports Complex facility exterior

The Jack Burger Sports Complex was constructed in 1978 and was renovated in 2015. This facility has a therapy pool, 25 m lane pool, community rooms and an ice surface.

The Ontario Government announced the province is temporarily moving to a modified Step Two of its Roadmap to Reopen. As of Tuesday, January 4, 2022, the Jack Burger Sports Complex and the Town Park Recreation Centre will be closed until the end of the provincial order. We are in the process of contacting user groups, and registered participants. As always, we thank you for your patience as we continue to navigate these mandates.

Facility Amenities

  • Arena (1000 seating, 200 standing)
  • Canteen (open seasonally)
  • Community Room and Mezzanine with public WiFi
  • Pro Shop
  • 25m pool (6 lanes with a diving board, heated to 82 degrees, accessible lift on site)
  • Therapy pool (warm pool with an accessible ramp 1.5ft-4ft depth, heated to 92 degrees)
  • Hot tub (heated to 102 degrees, stairs with railing for accessibility)
  • Accessible washroom and changerooms
  • Accessible family changeroom with lift
  • Elevator

close up of hockey skates

Athletic Wall of Honour

The Athletic Wall of Honour was installed at the Jack Burger Sports Complex in 2019 to recognize significant achievements of athletes and persons involved in sport.

The Wall of Honour is a joint project between the Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture and the PRC Advisory Committee. It features an interactive kiosk, memorabilia display case, and plaques recognizing significant contributions to sport. Community members are invited to nominate athletes and submit kiosk information.