Spaces for rent

Location, fees and amenities for city facilities available for rent. Learn how to book a facility and make a payment.

Fees and payment options

Contact facilitybookings@quintewest.ca or search our complete fees and charges bylaw for costs not listed below. 

Cash, cheque, debit, and credit are accepted in person at city hall. Credit cards are also accepted over by phone at 613-392-2841 x. 4414.

Spaces for rent

Our largest and most popular spaces are listed below. If there’s another pace you’re interested in, get in touch with your booking staff at the top of this page’s contact details. 

Community centres

The amphitheatre is located in Centennial Park. It has an outdoor spectator capacity of 7,000 people with a large covered outdoor stage (40’ x 60’). This seasonal facility is equipped with electrical, accessible washrooms, showers and a large rehearsal room. The amphitheatre is an ideal location for company picnics, reunions and festivals. 

The Centennial Park Pavilion is located in Centennial Park; it is an outdoor picnic shelter with harvest style picnic tables. The seasonal facility access to electrical and water, parking, washroom facilities nearby, and the centre of main festival grounds with electrical and water hubs for many vendors and equipment. The pavilion is an ideal location for company picnics, family reunions and center grounds for festivals and events. 

Batawa Community Centre is located in Batawa, just minutes from Batawa Ski Hill and next door Batawa Lions Natural Playground. The facility has a main gathering hall with a capacity of 400 people. The centre has a large kitchen for catering, an outdoor patio, stages available, and portable bars for the main gathering hall. The community centre is ideal for wedding receptions, social gatherings, meetings and tournaments. 

Centennial Hall is located on the corner of Wallbridge-Loyalist Road and County Road 3. This 650 sq. ft. facility is perfect for casual meetings. The hall seats 40 people, has washrooms but no kitchen facilities. 

The Frankford Tourist Park Pavilion is located in Frankford Tourist Park + Campground picnic shelter with harvest-style picnic tables. The seasonal facility is equipped with an elevated stage and access to electrical, parking, washroom facilities nearby, and a park center position. The pavilion is an ideal location for company picnics, family reunions and center grounds for festivals and events. 

The Trent Port Marina gathering hall is located next to the City Hall on Quinte’s Bay. For more information on the amenities offered in the Gathering Hall or to book, visit the Trent Port Marina website. 

Arena

  • Location: 8 Couch Cres. (Centennial Park), Trenton Ward
  • Facilities: Twin-pad arena, fully accessible
  • Capacity: Rink #1 – 948; Rink #2 – 500
  • Multi-purpose room, capacity: 240
Ice / floor rental cancellation policy

The purpose of this policy is to standardize procedures about the rental and cancellation of ice/floor time of the City of Quinte West arenas.

2.01 Individuals or organizations wishing to secure ice time for the upcoming ice season must advise the booking coordinator to write their desired times/dates before May 15 each year.

2.02 Rental times will be allotted to user groups based on historical usage and documented established needs. New users will be allocated times on a first-come, first-served basis.

2.03 User groups shall be invoiced by the booking coordinator for all ice/floor time used in the preceding month. The user group shall pay invoices before the end of the month in which the invoice is received. For example, an invoice for January ice time shall be paid before the end of February, or the user group will be prohibited from using the ice in March.

2.04 Groups not paying within 60 days of ice/floor rental will be prohibited from using their ice time. 

2.05 Council shall, before April 15 each year, establish an ice/floor rental rate for all class of users (i.e. youth, adult) for the upcoming ice/floor season. Rates shall be communicated to arena users as soon as possible after April 30.

3.01 once a rental permit has been signed, the following cancellation procedures shall come into effect:

Special Events and Summer ice hockey/figure skating schools (Initiated by the permit holder and/or the permit holder’s designated ice/floor scheduler(s)

Require 60 days written notice to the booking coordinator to receive a full permit adjustment. 

Tournaments, Associations, Clubs, Seasonal Clients and Boards of Education

(Initiated by the permit holder and/or the permit holder’s designated ice/floor scheduler(s)

Require 30 days written notice to the booking coordinator, Payment of $20 cancellation fee per permit affected by the cancellation request. If a buyer cannot be found for hours returned, the permit holder is responsible for paying the full cost for unsold hours and the additional cancellation fees. No cancellation permitted if booked within 14 days of the desired time slot. 

Rental fees may be waived as determined by the City due to severe weather conditions that make it difficult or hazardous for users to safely reach the facility as well as for any Health or Safely emergencies in Quinte West Arenas. 

3.02 The City reserves the right to reasonably postpone, reschedule or cancel any permitted activity due to justified circumstances. The permit holder will receive a full refund/credit for the time due, where postponement or rescheduling cannot be mutually coordinated. The City reserves the right to cancel a permit or portion of the permit without notice should there be a breach of condition or regulations or should the City of the opinion that the facilities are not being used for the purpose contained in the application.

3.03 Users are not permitted to book ice that will go unused except to ensure that sufficient ice time is available, as a contingency, to prevent a curfew situation for tournaments or league games. Unused ice (no shows) reflects poorly on the permit holder and the City’s ice administration and is not acceptable. 

3.04 The City of Quinte West is the sole permit authority for all ice/floor rentals. The City must be aware of any control of the intended use of all ice/floor permitted within its facilities at all times. Transferring ice/floor time, trading ice/floor time or sub-leasing ice/floor time between users is not acceptable. 

4.01 To maintain the efficient scheduling of maintenance staff, ice floods, and ensure accurate communication of pad and room assignments to participants, the City requires that all groups supply ice use schedules and flood requirements to the booking coordinator one month before the commencement of the season. The City reserves the right to accept or modify ice flood requests to ensure safety, operational efficiencies and pad coordination. 

4.02 For the booking coordinator to effectively serve customers, all groups are asked to select no more than one representative to serve as a liaison between the booking coordinator and their group. All communications between the group and the booking coordinator should, at all times, be channelled through each group’s representative. 

4.03 The City reserves the right to curfew any games, including tournament games, extending into the other user contracted time slots. The user groups’ responsibility is to inform the booking coordinator of any special requirements regarding curfews when the schedules are submitted. The user’s responsibility is to ensure all ice required is booked before on ice/floor activities.

  1. Use of facility premises is restricted to those agreed upon. 
  2. The City maintains the right to cancel any agreement if facilities are missed or regulations are not enforced. 
  3. Participants must obey the “no drinking of alcoholic beverages.” rule on City controlled property.
  4. Smoking is not permitted in Arena facilities 
  5. User groups must vacate dressing rooms one-half hour after the end time of their booking
  6. Vehicles must park in designated parking areas only.
  7. Groups must pick up all litter resulting from their programs.
  8. Organizations agree to release the City and its affiliated bodies from all responsibility and liability in connection with this contract. 
  9. Groups are responsible for policing their programs.
  10. The ice resurfacer must be entirely off the ice, and the door completely closed before the participants may occupy the ice surface. 
  11. Employees deserve a safe work environment; coarse language is not acceptable, and aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated. 

For questions or scheduling, call the booking coordinator Monday to Friday at 613-392-2841 ext. 4414 or email facilitybookings@quintewest.ca.

Arena: 

  • Location: 35 March St., Frankford
  • Facilities: Single-pad arena – capacity 600
  • Multi-purpose room – capacity: 125
Ice / floor rental cancellation policy

The purpose of this policy is to standardize procedures about the rental and cancellation of ice/floor time of the City of Quinte West arenas.

2.01 Individuals or organizations wishing to secure ice time for the upcoming ice season must advise the booking coordinator to write their desired times/dates before May 15 each year.

2.02 Rental times will be allotted to user groups based on historical usage and documented established needs. New users will be allocated times on a first-come, first-served basis.

2.03 User groups shall be invoiced by the Administrative & Booking Clerk for all ice/floor time used in the preceding month. The user group shall pay invoices before the end of the month in which the invoice is received. For example, an invoice for January ice time shall be paid before the end of February, or the user group will be prohibited from using the ice in March.

2.04 Groups not paying within 60 days of ice/floor rental will be prohibited from using their ice time. 

2.05 Council shall, before April 15 each year, establish an ice/floor rental rate for all class of users (i.e. youth, adult) for the upcoming ice/floor season. Rates shall be communicated to arena users as soon as possible after April 30.

3.01 once a rental permit has been signed, the following cancellation procedures shall come into effect:

Special Events and Summer ice hockey/figure skating schools (Initiated by the permit holder and/or the permit holder’s designated ice/floor scheduler(s)

Require 60 days written notice to the booking coordinator to receive a full permit adjustment. 

Tournaments, Associations, Clubs, Seasonal Clients and Boards of Education

(Initiated by the permit holder and/or the permit holder’s designated ice/floor scheduler(s)

Require 30 days written notice to the booking coordinator, Payment of $20 cancellation fee per permit affected by the cancellation request. If a buyer cannot be found for hours returned, the permit holder is responsible for paying the full cost for unsold hours and the additional cancellation fees. No cancellation permitted if booked within 14 days of the desired time slot. 

Rental fees may be waived as determined by the City due to severe weather conditions that make it difficult or hazardous for users to safely reach the facility as well as for any Health or Safely emergencies in Quinte West Arenas. 

3.02 The City reserves the right to reasonably postpone, reschedule or cancel any permitted activity due to justified circumstances. The permit holder will receive a full refund/credit for the time due, where postponement or rescheduling cannot be mutually coordinated. The City reserves the right to cancel a permit or portion of the permit without notice should there be a breach of condition or regulations or should the City of the opinion that the facilities are not being used for the purpose contained in the application.

3.03 Users are not permitted to book ice that will go unused except to ensure that sufficient ice time is available, as a contingency, to prevent a curfew situation for tournaments or league games. Unused ice (no shows) reflects poorly on the permit holder and the City’s ice administration and is not acceptable. 

3.04 The City of Quinte West is the sole permit authority for all ice/floor rentals. The City must be aware of any control of the intended use of all ice/floor permitted within its facilities at all times. Transferring ice/floor time, trading ice/floor time or sub-leasing ice/floor time between users is not acceptable. book

4.01 To maintain the efficient scheduling of maintenance staff, ice floods, and ensure accurate communication of pad and room assignments to participants, the City requires that all groups supply ice use schedules and flood requirements to the booking coordinator one month before the commencement of the season. The City reserves the right to accept or modify ice flood requests to ensure safety, operational efficiencies and pad coordination. 

4.02 For the booking coordinator to effectively serve customers, all groups are asked to select no more than one representative to serve as a liaison between the booking coordinator and their group. All communications between the group and the booking coordinator should, at all times, be channelled through each group’s representative. 

4.03 The City reserves the right to curfew any games, including tournament games, extending into the other user contracted time slots. The user groups’ responsibility is to inform the booking coordinator of any special requirements regarding curfews when the schedules are submitted. The user’s responsibility is to ensure all ice required is booked before on ice/floor activities.

  1. Use of facility premises is restricted to those agreed upon. 
  2. The City maintains the right to cancel any agreement if facilities are missed or regulations are not enforced. 
  3. Participants must obey the “no drinking of alcoholic beverages.” rule on City controlled property.
  4. Smoking is not permitted in Arena facilities 
  5. User groups must vacate dressing rooms one-half hour after the end time of their booking
  6. Vehicles must park in designated parking areas only.
  7. Groups must pick up all litter resulting from their programs.
  8. Organizations agree to release the City and its affiliated bodies from all responsibility and liability in connection with this contract. 
  9. Groups are responsible for policing their programs.
  10. The ice resurfacer must be entirely off the ice, and the door completely closed before the participants may occupy the ice surface. 
  11. Employees deserve a safe work environment; coarse language is not acceptable, and aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated. 

For questions or scheduling, call the booking coordinator Monday to Friday at 613-392-2841 ext. 4414 or email facilitybookings@quintewest.ca.

Parks and outdoor spaces

Centennial Park is located at 12 Couch Cres. on the shore of the Bay of Quinte. The park is home to the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Area, has 15 outdoor soccer fields, all lit, two hardball diamonds, an amphitheatre, splash pad, skate park, picnic pavilion equipped with water and electrical, trails and large green spaces fit for almost any type of event or function. 

Hanna Park is located at McGill and Film Street. This 42-acre park features marked nature trails, two tennis courts, and plenty of open green space. 

Frankford Tourist Park is located on Tourist Park Road on a parkland stretch along the Trent River. The Tourist Park is centrally located for regional outdoor activities and special events. The park has a sandy beach area, a covered pavilion equipped with electrical and stage, and overnight camping facilities. 

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