Ultimate Guide to Outdoor Skating in Edmonton

Outdoor Skating in EdmontonSkating outside in Edmonton means gliding through some of the prettiest spots in the city! Aren’t we lucky there is such a long season to enjoy Outdoor Skating in Edmonton? In any case, lace up and get out there!

Alberta Legislature Grounds
Address: 107 Street and 97 Avenue
Good to know:
•Open daily from 10 am-10 pm

Castle Downs
Address: 153 Avenue & 115 Street.
Good to know:
•Outdoor skate change
•Washrooms located inside the pavilion, open 8am-10pm

City Hall (Closed for winter 2018/2019 due to LRT construction)
Address: 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square.
Good to know:
•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
Address: 9330 Groat Road
Good to know:
•Warming pavilion open 9am-10pm
•Lake ice and Shelter #2 Table ice surfaces open 11am-10pm

Jackie Parker
Address: 50 Street & 44 Avenue
Good to know:
•Washrooms open 7am-9pm

Meadows Community Recreation Outdoor Leisure Ice
Address: 2704-17 St NW
Good to know:
•indoor washrooms
•skate change rooms located adjacent to ice
•open 8:30am-10:30pm

Rundle Park IceWay
Address: 113 Avenue & 29 Street
Good to know:
•Rundle Family Center Pavilion open 9am-10pm
(includes skate change area, washrooms, lockers, water fountain)
•Ice surface open 10am-dusk (ice surface is not lit)

Victoria Park Oval and IceWay
Address: 12130 River Valley Road
Good to know:
•Warming Chalet open 9am-10pm
(includes skate change area, washrooms, lockers, water bottle fill station)
•Ice surfaces open 11am-10pm
Victoria oval is closed during scheduled maintenance on:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 5-6pm
Mondays & Saturdays from 8-10am

•No public skating on the oval (reserved by the Edmonton Speed Skating Association):
 Mondays & Wednesdays from 6-7pm
 Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6-9pm

If you’re looking for other places for outdoor skating in Edmonton, remember, there are plenty of rinks maintained by community leagues. If you are not a community league member there may be a modest fee to skate. If you are a member, don’t forget your skate tags! A complete listing of community rinks can be found on the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues website.

The City of Edmonton offers FREE Drop-in Learn to Skate lessons for kids aged 6 to 12 at a number of community rinks. For more information, click HERE!

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