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1179 Northside Rd, Burlington, ON L7M 1H5, Canada
Burlington, Newfoundland and Labrador L7M 1H5
(905) 336-3434

Great place for kids to learn to play hockey. And the adults do not have to sit out and freeze as there is a comfortable Iounge with a decent menu and libation with excellent viewing areas

Ice is always too soft and thin. You can see the concrete though the ice. The lines are almost never repainted more than once a year. They disappear fast.Edit- Since writing this review, Pub21 is the new bar at the arena. There is now a decent selection of beer and the usual pub-fare. Service is good as well.

Stay away from Jr Cougar Tier 1 Program if you are expecting a higher level of hockey. Inept Management who could care a less as to what is best for your child after you pay their fees. Take your money and hold you prisoner in their system. Very dissatisfied .

Awesome hidden arena with great learn to skate classes for the little ones in your family. The ratios are way better than community centres and the teachers really take the time to help out or focus on each kid's skills or problem areas. I have seen tremendous improvement on my 5y.o.'s skating ability. He is even skating backwards, jumping, stopping and turning already after 3 classes. The season runs 10-11 classes and I can't be any happier with the prices. We will definitely keep coming here. There are many scheduled classes, leagues and various ages as well. The only issue I'd say is the orientation and welcoming for the first few classes was a bit cumbersome as we didn't know where to go or look and there wasn't anyone directing or any signs really telling us where to go. Just asked around. But would be helpful if for the first few classes they put signs or easier to follow directions for the newbies rather than be expected to know how things happen here.

Horrible lighting for the ice surfaces makes the rink feel full and gloomy. A couple of the changerooms are ridiculously small. Needs an injection of money to be brought up to standards...

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Wave Twin Rinks

Stadium at 1179 Northside Rd, Burlington, ON L7M 1H5, Canada. Here you will find detailed information about Wave Twin Rinks: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

Opening hours

  • Monday
    2:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    2:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    2:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Thursday
    2:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Friday
    2:00 – 10:00 PM
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Sunday
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Rating

3
/
5
Based on 5 reviews

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State:
Newfoundland and Labrador
Address:
1179 Northside Rd, Burlington, ON L7M 1H5, Canada.
City:
Burlington
Postcode:
L7M 1H5

About Wave Twin Rinks

Wave Twin Rinks is a Canadian Stadium based in Burlington, Newfoundland and Labrador. Wave Twin Rinks is located at 1179 Northside Rd, Burlington, ON L7M 1H5, Canada.


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  • Tristram Lett
    Added 2018.04.01
    Great place for kids to learn to play hockey. And the adults do not have to sit out and freeze as there is a comfortable Iounge with a decent menu and libation with excellent viewing areas
  • Cody Lusk
    Added 2017.08.19
    Ice is always too soft and thin. You can see the concrete though the ice. The lines are almost never repainted more than once a year. They disappear fast.Edit- Since writing this review, Pub21 is the new bar at the arena. There is now a decent selection of beer and the usual pub-fare. Service is good as well.
  • Rob Flint
    Added 2017.03.06
    Stay away from Jr Cougar Tier 1 Program if you are expecting a higher level of hockey. Inept Management who could care a less as to what is best for your child after you pay their fees. Take your money and hold you prisoner in their system. Very dissatisfied .
  • Lizbeth Guzman-Javalera
    Added 2016.12.22
    Awesome hidden arena with great learn to skate classes for the little ones in your family. The ratios are way better than community centres and the teachers really take the time to help out or focus on each kid's skills or problem areas. I have seen tremendous improvement on my 5y.o.'s skating ability. He is even skating backwards, jumping, stopping and turning already after 3 classes. The season runs 10-11 classes and I can't be any happier with the prices. We will definitely keep coming here. There are many scheduled classes, leagues and various ages as well. The only issue I'd say is the orientation and welcoming for the first few classes was a bit cumbersome as we didn't know where to go or look and there wasn't anyone directing or any signs really telling us where to go. Just asked around. But would be helpful if for the first few classes they put signs or easier to follow directions for the newbies rather than be expected to know how things happen here.
  • Gareth Jones
    Added 2015.02.26
    Horrible lighting for the ice surfaces makes the rink feel full and gloomy. A couple of the changerooms are ridiculously small. Needs an injection of money to be brought up to standards...
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