The Vale Health & Wellness Centre located at 550 Elizabeth Street is a state-of-the-art facility, fully accessible for sport, recreation, health, wellness, entertainment, and commerce – all under one roof – the first of its kind in the Niagara Region.

The 145,000 square foot venue includes two NHL-sized ice pads, a walking/jogging track for all season use, six outdoor bocce courts and, through partnership with the YMCA, an aquatic centre with lap and leisure pools, a gymnasium and fitness area.

The facility is nestled within the T.A. Lannan Sports Complex that is home to six soccer fields, three baseball fields, a playground, outdoor fitness equipment and recreation trails that connect with the Welland Canal Multi-Use Trails.

Additional amenities at the Centre include a small pro shop for skate sharpening and concessions.


#PORTicipate logo to inquire about facility availability and rentals, or view the drop-in programs schedule.

2024 Spring/Summer Arena Programming Schedule

Vale Health & Wellness Centre Rental Fees

Ice Rental:

  • Prime and Non-Niagara Rate: $226.00/hour
  • Non-Prime Rate: $152.55/hour
  • Last Minute Prime Rate: $175.00/hour
  • Last Minute Non-Prime Rate: $105.00/hour


-Rates do not include tax. 

-Non-Prime is weekdays before 5pm and after 9pm. Prime is any time not denoted as Non-Prime.

-"Last Minute" references same day ice bookings.

-"Term" references ice hours booked regardless of usage.

-"Per Hour" references 50 minutes allowing 10 minutes for a flood.

-All fees are plus insurance unless insurance is otherwise provided.

-Leagues are charged the rate in effect at the time their ice rental agreement is made for the duration of the agreement.


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Golden Puck Community Room:

Community Groups/Not for Profit (Full Room):

  • Hourly: $44.00/hour
  • Daily: $172.00

Community Groups/Not for Profit (Half Room):

  • Hourly: $24.00/hour
  • Daily: $88.00

Commercial Use (Full Room):

  • Hourly:$78.00/hour
  • Daily: $341.00

Commercial Use (Half Room):

  • Hourly: $41.00/hour
  • Daily: $172.00


Rates do not include tax.

Call 905-835-8732 or email to inquire about booking.

Port Colborne Sailors Jr. B

The City of Port Colborne is excited to welcome the Port Colborne Sailors Jr. B hockey team to the Vale Health and Wellness Centre!

Tickets are $10 available for purchase at the gate, and children 10 and under get in for free.

Visit the Port Colborne Sailors website for the game schedule, scores, stats, and news.

Minor Hockey Programs

The City of Port Colborne has two Minor Hockey programs.

Port Colborne Minor Hockey Association Sailors

Port Colborne Girls Hockey Association Wave

50+ PAYP

Pay as you Play pick up hockey for participants 50 and over. Hockey equipment is required- a fun atmosphere with no body contact.

$4 per person.


Pay as you Play pick up hockey for participants 18 and over. Hockey equipment is required- a fun atmosphere with no body contact.

$5 per person.

Parents & Tots

Adults can come out and skate with their preschoolers. Skating aids are provided if required.

Preschool Free - Senior $4 - Adult $5

Public Skate

All ages are welcome at our Public Skates. Helmets required for children & youth and are strongly recommended for adults.

Students & Seniors $4 - Adult $5 - Family $12 (max 5 people, at least 1 adult 18+)

Senior & Adult Skate

A weekday program for seniors and adults to come out and go for a skate.

Senior $4 - Adult $5

Stick & Puck

A program for parents, children and youth to practice shooting, passing, and other skills. No slap shots allowed while on ice. Full equipment is required for children. Adults required to wear helmet, gloves and skates. Please bring your own equipment including pucks.

Adult $5 - Students & Seniors $4

Pay as you Play Cancellations/Changes

 Please visit our Program Cancellations page to view any cancellations or changes in pay as you play programs.

The Niagara Region has a Concussions and Minor Sports webpage to support and broaden our engagement strategy with minor sport organizations across Niagara.

Their current efforts target those team sports played by children and youth where we see the highest rates of concussions/brain injuries.

Concussion Policy

City of Port Colborne Concussion Policy