Sporting & Leisure Facilities
Claresholm Millennium Baseball Complex
6000 – 8 Street West
Built by volunteers in conjunction with the Town of Claresholm, the baseball complex was completed in 2001. Host to many slowpitch and baseball tournaments, the complex is located north of the Claresholm Community Centre. For information regarding bookings or availability, please contact Recreation Staff.
For information regarding Claresholm Minor Baseball, please visit their website.
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Claresholm Curling Rink
430 – 53 Ave E
The first curling rink in Claresholm was built in 1910. After a couple of reincarnations, a new building was built in 1973 on 53rd Avenue East (opposite Porcupine Lodge) with four sheets of ice. The facility has a viewing area with theatre seating, banquet hall, pool table and kitchen area.
Claresholm curlers went on to fame. In 1974 Bernie Sparks, who had won the Canadian Curling Championship with Ron Northcott and, in 1968, the World Championship, was named to the Curler’s Hall of Fame.
Leagues run November to April, with the following Curling options: Youth, Men, Women, Co-ed and Seniors. Please contact the Curling Club if you’d like to get involved!
628 55 Ave W
Located at the Willow Creek Composite High School, the three tennis courts are available for the public when not in use by the school. This is also home to one of Southern Alberta’s outdoor Pickleball Courts!
4918 2 St E
In the late 1990’s a group of industrious youth fundraised for a skatepark that was originally located at Amundsen Park, then relocated to the Claresholm Arena in 2003. There are many who use this park daily, from small children to young adults. You’ll see them on their skateboards, longboards, scooters or bikes. The teens have been praised for their willingness to instruct others, their patience and their dedication as volunteers. Stop by to check out the action!
5920 8th St W
The building is owned by the Town of Claresholm and operated by a board of local volunteers. Three separate areas are available to rent, including a meeting room, lodge room and main hall. There is a commercial kitchen in the facility as well. The Community Centre is also home to the Claresholm Fish and Game’s gun range.
Information regarding rates and availability can be obtained on
To book, call: 403.625.3381
Community Centre Kitchen and Gymnasium