Millennium Place - building

Millennium Place

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Youth lounge

Millennium Place


2000 Premier Way, Sherwood Park, AB T8H 2G4

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Drop-in schedule

Recreation facility capacity

Millennium Place is the largest multi-purpose recreation centre in Strathcona County and features a modernized wellness facility, aquatics centre with a wave pool, twin ice surfaces and a leisure ice with skate rentals, gymnasium and an indoor playground. There is also a unique skate park in the parking area adjacent to competition size soccer fields. Check out the schedule or call for available bookings.

Hours of operation

  • Mon - Fri: 5 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
  • Sat - Sun: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Facility map

Holiday hours

July 1 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
August 5 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
September 2 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Cambrian Aquatic Centre

Cambrian Aquatics Centre

Climbing wall at Millennium place

Facility schedule

Check out the drop-in activity schedule before visiting.

Cambrian Aquatic Centre

Cambrian Aquatics Centre

Climbing wall at Millennium place

Facility schedule

Check out the drop-in activity schedule before visiting.

Millennium Place amenities

Bookable spaces

Millennium Place offers several spaces that are available for public booking. These can be used to host large and small events in Sherwood Park, including birthday parties, ice and field rentals and large meeting rooms.

Facility booking information

Millennium Place bookings

Millennium Place hosting wrestling

Have an upcoming event? Book a group or school visit, plan a meeting, host a birthday party or Christmas party, rent the ice and more!

Call 780-416-7252 for inquiries.

Facility accessibility

Millennium Place is designed to be fully accessible for anyone with limited mobility. It features wheelchair accessible parking lots, entrances with ramps, elevators, sledge hockey opportunities and staff who are trained to assist those with any specialized needs.

Dogs trained to aid or to guide individuals with visual, hearing or other disabilities are permitted in the facility. The owner must ensure that the service dog is under control at all times. Service dogs must be:

  • Trained by an ADI (Assistance Dogs International) accredited organization, or
  • Trained by a school that meets the qualifications of the International Guide Dog Federation's standards, or successfully tested through an approved Alberta testing facility (as per the Alberta Service Dogs Act)
  • Have training identification, and
  • Must wear a service animal vest and appropriate harness

The aquatics centre also offers an electric-powered sling lift, aquatic transfer chairs and zero-depth pool entries and various other accessible features.

Accessible features

  • A care provider is anyone who supports guests* who require assistance to enjoy Strathcona County recreation facilities. The guest using the facility pays regular admission and their care provider accesses the facility free of charge.

    *Does not including guests within our regular age-based guidelines.

    Care provider guidelines
    Care providers wear a highly-visible yellow wristband to ensure staff can quickly and easily identify them in situations where they are required for additional support or during an emergency.

    The care provider should be prepared to join in the activity, switch activities or end the visit early, if required. If the care provider is participating in activities within a paid-admissions area of the facility, and is separated from the guest they are supporting, the care provider requires a paid admissions pas

    Care provider guidelines are not applicable to children under the age of 8 since small children require the same level of supervision.

  • Parking

    • 16 accessible parking stalls,
    • plus accessible drop-off / loading area and sidewalk entrances


    • all entrances have automatic sliding doors

    Push button wheelchair 4' door access to:

    • aquatics family change room
    • Powerade Centre hallway (arena)
    • activity rooms
    • Wellness Centre
    • wheelchair lift to the soccer bleachers and the running track
    • accessible customer service desk
    • elevator to all levels
    • sledge hockey accessible
    • accessible spectator viewing (all areas)
    • wheelchair accessible washrooms in the following areas:
      • field 1 and field 2
      • McKay Team Aquatics Centre
      • Powerade Centre – twin arena
      • Wellness Centre

    Aquatics Centre

    • accessible aquatic viewing area
    • electric-powered sling-lift to lap tank
    • aquatic transfer chairs
    • pool lift into hot tub and lap pool
    • zero depth beach entry into wave pool
    • aquatics change room for persons with special needs
    • accessible washroom, changing and shower stalls

    Wellness Centre

    • accessible adaptive exercise equipment
    • wheelchair accessible showers
    • accessible entrance
    • ramp access to running track and upper fitness studios
    • wide entry way to change rooms


Safety and supervision

Children under 6 years old must be accompanied by a responsible person who is 14 years of age or older at all times while using the recreation centre. 

Aquatic facility safety

Children under 8 years must be actively supervised from within the water by someone 14 years or older. The supervision rate is one adult to three children. 

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Last updated: Thursday, June 13, 2024
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