Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for 5 admissions to the kids’ PlayZone (a $35 value)
- $29 for 10 admissions to the kids’ PlayZone (a $70 value)
The PlayZone at Canlan Ice Sports provides a space filled with up-to-date indoor playground equipment where kids 2–12 can climb, jump, and slide throughout the day. Toddlers can develop their inner-Monet in the colouring area. Parents make use of the parents' lounge, or let kids enjoy supervised fun while they explore the rest of the Canlan Ice Sports facility.
The PlayZone at Canlan Ice Sports
A sprawling sports complex housing five meticulously maintained NHL-size rinks and one Olympic-size rink, Canlan Ice Sports equips patrons of all ages with the space to hone their skating prowess. Nascent MVPs can lace up for public programs, such as the stick-and-puck program, wherein participants run through essential hockey playing skills such as passing, shooting, and lassoing wild zambonis at their own pace. The adult shinny program facilitates casual pickup games, and public skate times enable bladed feet to strut their stuff.
As adults carve the ice or enjoy a frothy beverage at the Thirsty Penguin Grillhouse, their kids can dart and dash at the indoor PlayZone. Designed for tykes between the ages of 2 and 12, the pastel-hued playland features slides, tunnels, and an area reserved for toddlers. Staff supervisors are on hand to ensure safe play and arbitrate juice box property disputes, and parents receive a pager that caretakers can buzz if any issues arise.
“More staff (not just one) in the kidszone, there should be one person at the desk & one person watching the kids. The age range 2-12 years is broad range and the...”
“More staff (not just one) in the kidszone, there should be one person at the desk & one person watching the kids. The age range 2-12 years is broad range and the smaller children are often playing around the older kids who can play a little rougher than the younger children. Also a bathroom for the kids would be helpful in the play area. ”
“great deal for ice time! ”