Sports & Recreation
Created in 1921, and one of Ontario’s oldest golf clubs, this challenging 9-hole course can to entice golfers of all ages. The scenery surrounding this 3000 yard 9-hole golf course is simply spectacular. Whether you are a serious or recreational golfer, Haileybury Golf Club offers a balance of challenges and pleasures to suit anyone’s game.
(705) 672 3455
800 Latchford Street, Haileybury
Established in 1967 this course is one of the premier golf courses in Northern Ontario. This is an 18-hole golf facility, surrounded by beautiful farmland. Complete with a driving range, two putting/chipping greens, a licensed clubhouse and a Pro Shop onsite, it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most popular courses in Northern Ontario.
(705) 647 6651
804027 Golf Course Road, New Liskeard
Teck Cominco Prospect Park, Splash Pool & Mini Putt
Located beside the soccer and baseball fields adjacent to Cobalt Lake, kids can cool down at the nearby splash pad. Kids young and old can enjoy the unique Cobalt silver mining-themed mini-golf. Fun for the whole family.
(705) 679 5191
1 Station Street, Cobalt
Haileybury Curling Club
More than 100 years ago, the Cobalt Haileybury Curling Club was formed and has been going strong ever since. This six-sheet surface features mens, womens and mixed leagues as well as Junior and “Little Rocks” programs for kids.
(705) 672 3515 432
Leslie McFarlane, Haileyburyhaileyburycurlingclub.ca/index.html
Horne Granite Curling Club
The newly renovated Horne Granite Curling Club hosts daytime and evening leagues for men’s, women’s and mixed teams.
44 Whitewood Avenue, New Liskeardhornegranite.com/wp/
Tri-Town Bowling Lanes
League and recreational bowling, snack bar, licensed under L.L.B.O., corporate parties, birthday parties and blacklight bowling
(705) 672 3117
331 Main Street, Haileybury
Temiskaming Nordic Ski Club
This ski club offers 18 km of well-marked classic ski trails on beautiful rolling esker terrain for the beginner or experienced skier. Also included is a large heated log chalet with indoor washrooms, kitchen, and change rooms. www.temiskamingnordic.ca
(705) 679 5106
Portage Bay Road, Cobalt
Tri-Town Ski & Snowboard Village
Originated in the 1960’s as the St Bernard Ski Club, the Tri-Town Ski & Snowboard Village has been a family favourite ever since. The hill has a 320 foot vertical, with trails to suit all level of skier and features scenic views over Lorrain Valley and Lake Temiskaming.
(705) 672 3888
Lorrain Valley, Hwy. 567, North Cobalt
Tri-Town Sno Travellers
Formed in 1968 to provide information and driver training and later expanded to provide grooming of local trails. In 1991, the Club signed up with the OFSC and the trails became part of the province wide trail system for all to enjoy! The Tri-Town Sno Travellers are part of the 11 volunteer snowmobile clubs of the Timiskaming-Abitibi Trail Association which maintain trail systems that stretch from Temagami, north to Iroquois Falls and from Chapleau, east to Kearns.
(705) 647 4010
487 Brazeau Boulevard, New Liskeard
Carter Antila Memorial Skate Park
As a memorial to a local teen who was a passionate skateboard enthusiast, Carter’s family and friends worked tirelessly with our amazing community to fundraise so that they could build the skate park Carter had always dreamed of for our area.
Algonquin Beach Park Lakeshore Drive, New Liskeard
Temiskaming and Region Model Aircraft Club
Members enjoy building and flying a variety of model aircrafts and helicopters. Some have boats, float planes and pontoons.
Box 1995, New Liskeardtarmac_2.tripod.com/
Temiskaming Shores Sailing School
A community sailing school promoting the sport of sailing and offering both youth and adults the opportunity to acquire and develop their sailing skills while providing affordable access to sailboats.
1325 Farr Drive, Haileybury