In September 2008, the City of Brampton celebrated the opening of a world-class community centre named after hometown hero Cassie Campbell, a three-time Olympian and former Captain of Canada's National Women's Hockey Team.
Located at Sandalwood Parkway and Chinguacousy Road, it is the City's largest community centre at 165,000 square feet. The facility provides a broad range of athletic and leisure services for all residents of Brampton, including a citywide fitness centre, figure skating rink, hockey rink and pool. The Cassie Campbell Community Centre is also home to a new community police station.
Number of Arenas: 2 Arena
Pool Capacity: 200
Pool Features: Family Changeroom, Lap Pool, Slide, Spray Features, Viewing Area, Wheelchair accessible, Lap pool 6-25 metre lanes, maximum depth 9.2 feet
Multipurpose Room Description: 2 rooms each with a capacity of 40
Outdoor Amenities Features: Basketball Courts, Splash Pad ( Season June to Labour Day), Skate/BMX Park, Tennis Courts
Fitness Area Features: Aerobic Studio, Cardio equipment, Selectorized and freeweight equipment, Fitness Changeroom includes Hot Tub and Sauna, Indoor running / Walking track, Personal Training
Emergency Evacuation Site
Cassie Campbell, one of the most successful and recognized players in women's hockey, holds 21 medals from Olympic, international and national championships - 17 of them gold. She is the first woman to provide colour commentary for CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
During Opening of the Community Centre, Cassie Campbell said: "Growing up in Brampton and going to community centres to play sports, I know first hand how important this facility will be, especially for our youth, and for that I am extremely proud."
The Cassie Campbell Community Centre is part of the City's Making Great Things Happen initiative, which brings to citizens two new community centres and two renovated and expanded recreation centres as part of a $120 million capital program.
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