The Prince George Roll-A-Dome has been a hub for local sports and recreation since it was built in 1952. Originally a curling rink, the 30,000 square-foot facility near the intersection of Highways 16 and 97 began operating as a roller-skating rink in the early 1980s. The hardwood floors installed at that time still rumble under the skate wheels of today’s generation.
The Roll-A-Dome was renamed the Prince George Dome in 2018 to reflect its widening user base. The Dome provides a year-round home for local sports leagues, including floor hockey, soccer, lacrosse, roller derby, BMX and skateboarding. The Dome is also a popular venue for trade shows, antique fairs, birthday parties and other private functions.
Photo: Photo courtesy Prince George Citizen.