We are an active town! We have the Oil Heritage District Community Centre which boasts two pools, a Wellness Centre, Gymnasium and ample outdoor space. We also have an arena with an ice surface perfect for hockey, skating, and all kinds of indoor sports! There all baseball diamonds, soccer pitches, a golf course nearly as old as our town, and much, much, more!
Get out there, and get active!
Oil Heritage District Community Centre – The Centre
The Oil Heritage District Community Centre is located at 360 Tank Street and is operated by the Town of Petrolia Community Services Department. The building, which has been in operation since late 2006, is a gem to a community the size of Petrolia. This multi-use facility features two indoor pools, wellness centre, gymnasium, meeting rooms, child and youth programs and a seniors program for both body and mind. The Centre is suitable for various sized groups.
Wellness programs are offered daily and may be part of a membership or drop in rate.
Rates, Memberships and Rentals vary depending on specific needs. For more information, prices and availability call The Centre at (519) 882-2232.
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The Greenwood Recreation Centre / Arena
The Greenwood Recreation Centre / Arena is located on the grounds of the Petrolia and Enniskillen Agricultural Society and features a full size ice pad as well as a multi-use room and two kitchen areas. During the summer the Arena offers ample floor space for large functions. Other than “Ice Sports” the Arena is a great location for meetings, parties (large or small), sporting events, receptions and special occasions. The size of the facility make it ideal for catered and licensed events. Our Arena is fully accessible to all ages and abilities.
Petrolia Minor Sports
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Heritage Heights Golf & Curling Club
Heritage Heights, the second oldest golf course in Canada, is a challenging 18 hole golf course open for green fee and tournament play. The golf course is unique in that the back nine was opened in 2001 within a newly developed residential subdivision (Glenview Estates), but the front nine was built in the 1890’s! Both nines are distinctly different from one another, offering a variety of hole designs and individual challenges.
The course’s history is linked to the petroleum industry that started in the area well over 100 years ago. There are still some abandoned oil wells and historic pump rigging visible on the course.
Phone: (519) 882-0860