Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex
The Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex is a multi-use complex located in LaSalle, Ontario. The Vollmer Complex was built in 2008. It is named after the Vollmer family who live in LaSalle. Joan and John Vollmer and Darlene and Brad Vollmer believe in our community, and wanted to help build a place to hold activities for people of all ages.
Coming this Summer!
Splash Pad and Accessible Playground
Construction has started for a splash pad and accessible playground that will be located on the complex grounds near the skatepark. Stay tuned for more details!
About the Vollmer Culture and Recreation Complex
The Vollmer Complex is a place for the people of LaSalle to gather for sports, exercise, meetings and fun. Our address is 2121 Laurier Drive, LaSalle, Ontario N9J 0B4. For more information about us, take a look at our Activity Guide (PDF).
Front Desk Hours
Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
There are 189 acres of land at the Vollmer Complex. Outside you will find:
The Vollmer Centre is 120,000 square feet in size. Inside the building, you will find:
- 2 NHL size arenas; one with seating for 1,000 people, the other with seating for 200 people
- 12 dressing rooms
- fully accessible washrooms
- a pool with wave action and a slide, a sauna and a hot tub
- a fitness centre with award winning exercise equipment
- meeting and activity rooms
- indoor concession and eating area
For a list of changes to our schedules, visit our Cancellations and Changes page.
Click on the following links for information about registering, funding for low income families, credits and refunds and our program policies.