The Canada Summit Centre has actively been preparing to re-open the Centennial Pool and Don Lough ice rink to registered program participants and user groups. The Canada Summit Centre building will continue to remain closed to public walk-through as staff monitor Provincial orders and local health unit recommendations. The walking track and ability to drop-in for programming is unavailable at this time. All programs require registration.

Re-opening Guidelines

Canada Summit Centre re-opening guidelines are in place to outline health and safety procedures within the facility. Please read the guidelines and subscribe for updates as they may change without notice. If you have questions, contact customer service at 705-789-6421.

four swimmers and an instructor
Swimming programs

Centennial Pool at the Canada Summit Centre:

  • Aquatic programs available by registration only
  • Drop-ins currently unavailable (registration is required for all programs)

Browse or register for aquatic programs.

two adults and a child skating
Skating rentals and programs

Don Lough at the Canada Summit Centre:

  • Accepting group rentals
  • Skating programs may begin mid-October (tentative)
  • Public skate currently unavailable

Browse or register for skating programs.

two walkers on indoor track
Indoor walking track

Indoor walking track at the Canada Summit Centre/Active Living Centre:

All Town of Huntsville facility updates and re-openings can be found at huntsville.ca/covid-19

While you are here

During your scheduled visit, please:

  • wear a mask or face covering; this is mandatory when entering the facility and in public spaces
  • maintain physical distancing of 2m from anyone not in your own household
  • follow all posted guidelines, arrows and signage 
  • if you are feeling unwell, please stay home and inform us that you are unable to meet your scheduled appointment time

*You will be notified of any cancellations of programs you have registered for.

Our practices

In addition to the re-opening guidelines, the Canada Summit Centre is also:

  • being cleaned and sanitized regularly
  • following the recommended health guidelines set by local health authorities
  • placing directional arrows, signage, and physical distancing reminders throughout the facility