The Strathmore Family Centre is an indoor arena located in Strathmore, Alberta. The arena is an NHL-sized 200' by 85' and seats 580. The arena was home to the Strathmore Rockies women's hockey team in the Western Women's Hockey League from 2008 to 2011 until the team merged with the Edmonton Chimos to form Team Alberta in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. The arena is presently home to the Strathmore Wheatland Kings of the Heritage Junior B Hockey League. The arena underwent extensive renovations duruing the summer of 2017 as the ice plant was reconstructed at a cost of $900,000, half of which was paid for with Western Economic Diversification Canada and a Canada 150 Infrastructure Program Grants.