Hourly Rates

Mon - Fri 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Sat & Sun 8:00am - 10:00pm
Mon - Fri 7:00am - 3:00pm,
(Except June, July, August & other School Holidays)
Full Gym PowerPlex

1/2 Gym
Parsons or Crosbie


¼ Gym
Crosbie 1 & 2 or Parsons 3 & 4

Benvon's Room $59.49 $71.57 $89.49 $41.75 $50.15 $65.60
Combat Room
Strength and Conditioning Room
Floor Covering
 $2300.00 per event, includes installation and removal


NOTE: All Prices are HST Extra

Group 1: All PSO's, and Youth Sports Groups

Group 2: Not for Profit Sports Groups/Adult Sports Groups

Group 3: For Profit Sports/Leisure Groups

  • All bookings will start and finish on the hour.
  • All rates are subject to change without notice and determined by the Management.
  • The NL Sports Centre reserves the right to reschedule, withdraw or cancel access or usage to any or all of its facilities.


NL Sports Centre

Booking Policy

  1. Booking requests must be made in writing by emailing rodsnow@gov.nl.ca . Booking requests are not confirmed until a booking invoice has been received by user group and digital signature request has been completed.
  2. Payments can be made by cheque payable to NL Sports Centre and invoice #(s) should be quoted in memo section of cheque; cheque can be sent to address on invoice. If E-transfer payments are preferred, please use nlscar@sportnl.ca and quote Invoice #(s) in message section of e-transfer. Note e-transfers are set for automatic deposit so no password will be needed.
  3. The NL Sports Centre requires all user groups provide a minimum of two weeks written notice to cancel confirmed bookings.  Phone cancellations will not be accepted. Cancellations inside the 2 week window are subject to full payment.   
  4. The user group is responsible for cleanup of all litter. This refers to all areas of the facility. I.e. concessions area, locker room etc. Non-compliance could result in the user group being charged for the clean up and/or refused further rentals.
  5.  Rental period is to include set up and take down of all equipment. Failure to comply may result in extra charges or refusal of entry in future.   
  6. Set up and take down of all equipment is responsibility of user group. All equipment/property belonging to NL Sports Centre must be returned to its proper storage space.  NLSC staff will oversee set up and take down. 
  7. Any damage to equipment or facility as a result of misuse or inappropriate behavior will result in user group paying for damages or future refusal of entry.   
  8. All outdoor footwear must be removed before entering the gymnasium and combat room portion of the Sports Centre.   
  9. Absolutely  no  food  or  drink  to  be  consumed  in  gymnasium  or  combat  room  area. Exceptions  are  made  only  for  athletes  and  officials  training  and  competing  (water  and sports drinks only).
  10.  Tournaments and Special Events. All tournaments and events designated as fund raising events will be charged full rate and will need approval of the NL Sports Centre Management.  These Special Events may be subject to other costs to the user as deemed appropriate by the management.
  11.  NL Sports Centre reserves the right to refuse rental to any or all of its facilities to user groups deemed inappropriate by the manager.   
  12. Insurance. All user groups will require their own Insurance Policy indemnifying the NL Sports Centre (min $2,000,000 liability insurance) against any injury/damages as a result of their rental.  NL Sports Centre will require a copy of the user group’s insurance certificate naming the NL Sports Centre.  
  13. All user groups must sign a License Agreement before using NLSC Facilities.

NL Sports Centre

Wellness Policy

The Newfoundland and Labrador Sport Centre recognizes that health and wellness are important priorities of the province. As a provincial training facility, as well as a facility utilized by the community, we have an opportunity to create an environment that promotes and supports healthy active living:

We will do our best to:
  • Support an environment that is welcoming to breastfeeding families.
  • Maintain vending options to include healthier choices identified in Canada’s Food Guide.
  • Ensure consistent advertising/messaging that aligns with health and wellness (e.g. eliminate the promotion of sugar-sweetened beverages).
  • Encourage community groups and organizations to have food and beverage options from Canada’s Food Guide available during events.
  • Promote nutrition month and other healthy eating initiatives.
  • Partner and promote local community-based healthy eating initiatives and supports such as Eat Great and Participate.
  • Choose green options when possible.
  • Choose local options when possible.
  • Ensure staff are aware and understand this policy. 

Contact Information

Rod Snow

Executive Director
 Director for High Performance
NL Sports Centre
100 Crosbie Road
St, John's, NL
A1E 2X3
Phone: 729-6580
Fax: 729-6770
Email: rodsnow@gov.nl.ca