NOTICE: The first phase of construction has begun at Susan Fennell Sportsplex. To learn more visit, Zero Net Carbon Retrofit Project​. Thank you for your patience during construction. ​​


500 Ray Lawson Boulevard

Ray Lawson Boulevard & McLaughlin Road

Hours of Operation

Building Hours

Monday to Friday6:00 am - 11:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday6:00 am - 11:00 pm

Fitness Centre Hours

Monday to Friday6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Youth Hub Hours

Monday to Friday3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday12:00 pm - 8:00 pm



  • 4 Ice rinks
  • 1 Lap pool (wheelchair ramp)
  • 1 Leisure pool (plus waterslide) (wheelchair ramp)​
  • Fitness centre
  • Multi-purpose Room 1 - capacity 70
  • Multi-purpose Room 2 - capacity 110
  • Auditorium - capacity 100
  • Snack bar
  • Brampton Public Library - South Fletcher's Branch
  • Hot tub
  • Youth Hub - Now Open. Visit here​​ for more information


  • Basketball Court 
  • 2 Lit Baseball Diamonds 
  • Leash-Free Dog Park ​

Recreation Revitalized

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 Commemorative Renaming

On September 30, 2020, City Council approved renaming the South Fletcher’s Sportsplex to the Susan Fennell Sportsplex in honour of former Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell. Susan Fennell served on Brampton City Council from 1988 to 2014. During this time, she was instrumental in bringing the South Fletcher’s Sportsplex to life, and it was under her leadership that some of the City’s most iconic projects were completed, including The Rose Theatre, Flower City Community Campus and Seniors Centre, Cassie Campbell Community Centre, Brampton Soccer Centre, Gore Meadows Community Centre, and renovating and modernizing Century Gardens Recreation Centre and Chinguacousy Park. She played a lead role in the City of Brampton’s effort that secured $200 million in matching federal and provincial funding to make Brampton’s Züm Bus Rapid Transit program a reality, and successfully advocated for discounted fares for seniors and veterans. She also led the development of a first-of-its-kind planning framework for places of worship, helping develop Brampton as one of the most dynamic multi-faith communities in Canada. She also championed heritage preservation, playing a personal role in saving Alderlea, The Kenneth Chisholm Mansion, from demolition. During her administration, more heritage buildings were designated than in the previous 25 years. The Sportsplex originally opened on September 28, 1997. The centre offers a variety of registered and drop-in swimming, skating, sports and fitness programs, as well as registered dance, STEM and child and youth programs.​​

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