Recreational Activities/Clubs & Organizations
In Iroquois Falls there is no shortage of activities or clubs. There is something for everyone and for every season (inside AND out)! If you have any questions about these activities, please do not hesitate to contact Town Hall.
A list of recreational activities that our residents and tourists enjoy each year:
- Hiking trails
- Roller Blading
- Canoeing & Boating
- Water skiing
- Many beaches, lakes and rivers
For a list of the parks and play fields in the area, please click here.
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Jus Jordan Arena & Iroquois Falls Sports Complex
Complex Address: 729 Synagogue Avenue Contact: 705-258-3436
The Sports Complex
An impressive complex that is highly utilized by visitors and townspeople alike. The complex is home to many activities, its amenities include: a swimming pool with a slide, diving pool and whirlpool; weight and cardio rooms; a squash court; a sauna. There is also a Community Hall and multi-purpose room available for events and gatherings.
A large rink with a full bowl, walking loop and comfortable seating for over 1200 spectators. The Jus Jordan Arena is the ideal arena to participate or observe.
The Curling Club
Contact: 705-232-6204 OR Elmer Fisher; 705-258-3832
The season begins in November and continues through to March. Many activities are planned throughout the season in the Men's, Business, Girls, Mixed, Seniors and Junior Curling Associations. The Club has a 5 sheet artificial ice surface and a licensed guest lounge.
The Skate Park
The Skate Park is open during the summer months and consists of 1/4 Pipe, Spine, Manual Pad, Bench, 2 Grind Rails, and 1/4 Pike. Come out and have some fun!
Iroquois Falls Ringette Association
Contact: Sue Cyr; 705-232-5646
Ringette is a great game! The Iroquois Falls teams have a lot of fun while also learning significant skills and teamwork on the ice.
Iroquois Falls Minor Hockey Association
Contact: Tracy Robinson; 705-232-6377
A great way for your kids to learn the importance of leadership and teamwork. The Iroquois Falls Minor Hockey Association can always use more spectators as well, so come out and cheer them on!
Contact: B. Forget; 705-232-6623
The Jackpine Snowmobile Club is a small snowmobile Club under the OFSC umbrella in District 14. They connect to Val Gagné on the South, East to Timmins Snowmobile Club, and connect North to Polar Bear Riders, Cochrane in District 15.
Iroquois Falls Cross Country Ski Club
Contact: Jeff at 705-258-2543
The Iroquois Falls Cross Country Ski Club is proud to feature one of the nicest trail systems in this country; second to none. It's a great place to get fit and spend quality time with loved ones during one of the longest seasons of the year.
Contact: Kelly MacLean; 705-232-2540
Kelly offers a 10 week program
Gentle/Chair Yoga - Basic Yoga & for Specific Health Issues 4:00pm-5:00pm Free Meditation Session 5:15pm-5:45pm (Available to all Yogis and general public) Beyond Beginners - Full Sivananda Set & Advanced Postures 6:00pm-7:30pm
Address: 101 Park Street
A hidden gem in Northeastern Ontario, the Club is perfect for golfers of any skill level. The licensed Club has 9 holes and 3,000 yards, a great kitchen, a fully equipped pro shop, and power carts. Tee time is not required!
Prepare yourself for an unparalleled golfing experience. The course will challenge you, while providing a picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with fairways, water hazards and sand traps; there is everything you need to challenge yourself and improve your game.
Kids & Men's Leagues - Contact: M. Bourgeois; 705-232-0979
Mixed 3-Pitch League - Contact: Dude Giguere; 705-232-0371
This league promotes an active, healthy lifestyle for youth by developing leadership, fair play, team building skills, community spirit and involvement of area youth.
Contact: KidSport Iroquois Falls
PO Box 1301, P0K 1G0
"KidSportTM is a grass roots Canadian non-profit organization that provides support to under-resourced children and youth 18 years of age and under across the country by removing financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport."
Contact: L. Fortier; 705-232-2309
The Horticultural society is filled with residents who share a love of gardening, find deep enjoyment in sharing their knowledge, have a commitment to preserving and restoring Ontario's natural environment and a dedication to making Iroquois Falls beautiful, sustainable and livable.
Ligue De Balles Des Jeunes De VG
Contact: S. Purdy; 705-232-6810
Address: 723 Synagogue Ave.
Earl Porter Lanes hosts: the Ladies League, Jr. Bowling Night, Seniors Bowling as well as public bowling nights. It's a great place to go on a Friday night!
Contact: A. Villeneuve; 705-262-3090
The Royal Canadian Air Cadets aim to develop in youth, between the ages of 12-18, the attributes of good citizenship and leadership, to promote physical fitness, and to stimulate the interest of youth in the air activities of the Canadian Forces. All this achieved in a challenging, yet disciplined environment.
Air Cadets are not members of the Canadian Forces. The movement is, however, sponsored by the Department of National Defense in partnership with the Air Cadet League of Canada.
Iroquois Falls North Winds Swim Club
Contact: Richard Mineault; 705-231-0202
The Iroquois Falls North Winds Swim Club is an organization that helps kids develop their swimming skills in a supportive and friendly team atmosphere.
Contact: P. Proulx; 705-232-6717
This is a great club to join if you are looking to train in self-defense. This sport also teaches strength, agility and leadership.
Fish & Game Club
Contact: M. Podrucky; 705-258-3975
Duplicate Bridge Club
Contact: P. Clouthier; 705-232-5304
This Club meets each week on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. except for July and August.
L'age D'or D'amicale
Contact: A. Bergounhon; 705-258-3436
Legion Mixed Dart League
Contact: S. Leblanc; 705-258-3711
Address: 254 Main St.
Contact: Stephanie Delaurier at 705-465-0632
Step ‘N Sound is fully devoted to encouraging all students to strive for excellence and providing students of all ages an encouraging environment where they are given the opportunity to grow and excel in their performing arts education and enjoy the journey along the way.
The Iroquois Falls Arts Council (IFAC) is the umbrella organization for the arts in Iroquois Falls. It is a registered non-profit organization, incorporated in the Province of Ontario. The purpose of this organization is to promote the arts in all their diverse forms through education and participation. The IFAC believes that the arts are a strong economic driver for the community. See page 17 of the Welcome Package located on this website for more details about the Iroquois Falls Arts Council. Please visit our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/iroquoisfallsartscouncil