Lakeside Leisure Centre

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Brooks Lakeside Leisure Centre
Former names Brooks Recreation Centre
Location 111 4th Avenue W. Brooks, AB
Coordinates 50°34′07″N 111°53′46″W / 50.5686°N 111.8962°W / 50.5686; -111.8962Coordinates: 50°34′07″N 111°53′46″W / 50.5686°N 111.8962°W / 50.5686; -111.8962
Owner City of Brooks
Operator City of Brooks
Capacity Hockey (Centennial Arena): 900
Tenants
Brooks Bandits 2000 – 2010

The Lakeside Leisure Centre is a recreation complex in Brooks, Alberta. It is the former home to the Brooks Bandits of the AJHL, who played in the Centennial Arena, which seats 900 from September 2000 - January 20, 2010

The complex also features an aquatic centre with a lane pool, waterslide, wave pool, lazy river, hot tub and sauna/steam rooms, a gymnasium, multipurpose rooms, fitness centre and a curling rink. There are now three arenas.

In November 2007 the Leisure Centre played host to the Pheasant Classic, a curling event which featured pro curlers.