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Skaters have several choices for public outdoor ice skating surfaces in Edmonton. The City maintains both ground and pond ice rinks in major parks.

Children and inexperienced skaters should use an approved helmet while on the ice to prevent injuries.

Current Conditions

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Castle Downs

Located in Castle Downs Park, 153 Avenue & 115 Street.

  • Outdoor skate change
  • Washrooms located inside the pavilion, open 8am-10pm
City Hall

Located in front of City Hall, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

Change room (located on the southeast corner of City Hall) is open:

  • Monday to Friday, 10am–10pm
  • Saturdays, 10am–5pm
  • Sundays & holidays, 11am–5pm
Hawrelak Park

Located in William Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road.

Jackie Parker

Located in Jackie Parker Park, 50 Street & 44 Avenue.

  • Washrooms open 7am–9pm
Meadows Outdoor Leisure Ice

Located at Meadows Community Recreation Centre, 2704–17 Street NW
Open November 6, 2017

  • Free admission
  • Ice surface open: Sunday-Saturday, 8:30am–10:30pm
  • Indoor washrooms
  • Skate change rooms—adjacent to the ice
Rundle Park

Located in Rundle Park, 113 Avenue & 29 Street.

Victoria Park Oval

Located in Victoria Park, 12130 River Valley Road.

Victoria Park IceWay Skating Trail

Located in Victoria Park, 12130 River Valley Road.

Community Rinks

Community Leagues manage many of their own outdoor skating rinks. These rinks may allow hockey or shinny. Check with your community league for more information.

Be Safe on Ice

City-operated ice surfaces are monitored on a daily basis and will be closed if unsafe. Be safe on ice—please keep off closed ice surfaces and obey all signage.

Note: Sticks, balls and pucks are only allowed in a designated shinny/hockey area. Pets are not allowed. For more information, please see public skating guidelines.

Skating Prohibited

City Drainage Bylaw 16200 prohibits skating on stormwater lakes. The City has signage posted at all stormwater facilities advising residents to keep off the ice because conditions are unknown. Due to the nature and the function of stormwater lakes, ice conditions can be unpredictable and dangerous. Moving water, temperature changes underwater due to vegetation or drainage and fluctuating weather conditions can all result in unsafe ice conditions not visible from the surface.

For More Information

For information about rinks in your neighbourhood, see Community League - Rinks.

For information about City-operated rinks:

Telephone In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311
Email 311@edmonton.ca

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