Centennial & Jubilee Arena Complex

The Centennial and Jubilee Arena complex is more than just a facility for sports; it is a community hub that fosters athletic development, camaraderie. The Nipawin Centennial Arena was built in 1967, It is our primary arena and a hub of the community. The Jubilee Arena was built in 1985 and is our secondary arena. The arenas are located in Central Park and share an ice plant.

They may be rented on an occasional or seasonal basis, both summer and winter, for a variety of activities. The Centennial Arena has a concession booth that offers hot and cold food and beverages. It has artificial ice with a seating capacity of 1,200 and 8 change rooms.

 The Jubilee Arena has artificial ice and has a seating capacity of 300. In 2023 a new state of the art, 4 change room, fully accessible addition was built.  Both Arenas are equipped with a blue tooth connectable stereo sound system to enhance the gameday experience.

With its diverse programs and commitment to inclusivity, the arenas continue to play a pivotal role in shaping the sporting landscape of Nipawin and beyond.

The Centennial Arena is a hub for figure and new skaters. Skate Nipawin is dedicated club that calls the arena home. Skaters of all ages and skill levels participate in training sessions, competitions, and exhibitions.

The Centennial Arena known as The Cage is home to the Nipawin Jr. A Hawks, that competes in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL). 

With twelve minor hockey Hawks teams calling the Centennial and Jubilee Arenas home, these arena plays a pivotal role in nurturing the next generation of hockey talent. From the U 5 to u18 levels, young players receive excellent coaching, creating a foundation for skill development, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

The Arena complex is a 1/3 home to 4 AA Northeast WolfPack teams from U11 to U 18.  Shared with Nipawin Minor Hockey, Tisdale Minor Hockey and Melfort Minor Hockey.

The Complex referred to as the Castle, hosts the Nipawin Knights Senior hockey team that plays in the Wheatland Hockey League.  Recreational hockey is a staple in the community with five plus committed teams that annually contribute to the Complexes vibrant atmosphere.

Nipawin residents and visiting teams alike eagerly anticipate all tournaments hosted each year.

These events not only showcase hockey talents but bring together communities from near and far.  

Ice Rentals

Hourly ice rental is available at both arenas during the regular season. The Town of Nipawin provides competitive rates for all rentals. To view arena schedules or book ice times follow the link below:

Arena Contact Information

Contact Information

Contact: Jeremy Belliveau
Address: 510 2nd Avenue East, Nipawin, SK
T. 306-862-8083

Pinedale Park Outdoor Arena:

The Pinedale Outdoor arena received a complete refresh in 2023/24. Brand new boards on a concrete base for element protection, along with the purchase of a gently used Zamboni to create pristine ice conditions.  The ODR is operated by the Nipawin Kinsmen Club who provide free skating and a warm-up shelter.

East Pleasantview Outdoor Arena:

The East Pleasantview Outdoor Arena is located at 1001 1st W. This outdoor arena has been a staple in the community for over 50 years. In 2023 newly reformed community club has renewed the energy with some amazing programs and quality ice. usage 

Barbers Pond :

Barbers Pond is the perfect place to spend a winters day. There is a tobogganing hill, high-speed fun for all. A play structure and swing set for the younger generation, fire pits to keep warm or partake in a hot dog lunch. The pond itself has built in benches & crokicurl. Barbers pond is entertainment for all ages and great way to enjoy an exceptional opportunity.