Ladner Leisure Centre

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Ladner Leisure Centre
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Location 4600 Clarence Taylor Crescent
Delta, British Columbia
V4K 3X3
Coordinates 49°05′12″N 123°03′30″W / 49.08659°N 123.05829°W / 49.08659; -123.05829Coordinates: 49°05′12″N 123°03′30″W / 49.08659°N 123.05829°W / 49.08659; -123.05829
Owner Corporation of Delta
Capacity Hockey and Lacrosse: 1,015
Construction
Broke ground 1991
Opened 1992
Tenants
Delta Ice Hawks (PIJHL)

The Ladner Leisure Centre is a recreation centre located in Ladner, a community in Delta, British Columbia. The facility contains an Ice rink and two swimming pools, a 6 lane 25 metre competition pool as well as a wading pool for casual use. It also houses a 2,800 square foot weight room, a fitness studio, multi-purpose rooms, a swirl pool, a sauna, as well as a Blenz coffee shop and a private physiotherapy clinic.[1]

The facility is the official training centre of the WHL's Vancouver Giants, the home rink of the PIJHL's Delta Ice Hawks and a home rink, along with Tilbury Arena and South Delta Recreation Centre, for the South Delta Minor Hockey Association.

During the summer months the ice is removed and surface is used for lacrosse where it is the home of the BCJLL's Delta Islanders as well as the Delta Lacrosse Association.

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