G.H. Dawe Amenities

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Arena

With an ice surface of 185 square feet by 85 square feet, the G.H. Dawe Arena is a great choice for tournaments, drop in skating, or even birthday parties.

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Water Park

The G.H. Dawe Water Park includes 2000 sq m2 of accessible and creative fun. Come and enjoy the thrill of two waterslides or soothe in the comfort of the sauna and steam room.

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Gymnasium

The Gymnasium at the G.H. Dawe Centre has 612 sq meters of hardwood floor, 3 courts and rental equipment available for drop in activities: basketball, badminton, volleyball, pickleball and floor hockey.

GH Dawe Exercise Room - Fitness Centre

Exercise Room

The Exercise room consists of cardiovascular equipment, cross trainers, stationary bikes, and resistance training equipment. There is a small free weight area,and an open area for training and stretching.

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Fitness Studio

Whether you're looking for a serious workout or bite size relaxation, this beautiful studio at the G.H. Dawe has 90 sq meters of sprung wood floor, mirrors, and stereo for those heart pumping workouts!

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Meeting Rooms

Our three rental rooms are spacious, clean, and set-up to host your meeting, team wind-up, school party, birthday party, event or even conference.

News & Notices

Online survey on crime and community...

December 12, 2019

Starting today, citizens can go online to share their ideas for improving community safety and reducing crime with The City of Red Deer.

Recommended 2020 Operating Budget releas

December 12, 2019

A $385.7 million operating budget was proposed by administration today. The budget focuses on maintaining services provided to citizens based on the current economy.

Red Deer’s outdoor rinks open for the...

December 11, 2019

Parks and Recreation staff have been busy getting outdoor rinks ready for the holiday season. This weekend all outdoor rink locations, including Bower Ponds and Setters Place at Great Chief Park, will be ready for use.