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Parks and Open Space

Public Notice
Skating ponds are now open!
Many of the pleasure rinks should be open before the holidays, but please check your local rink to see if your site is ready.


Park skating ponds

Kildonan Park - OPEN
2015 Main Street - Open Daily 8:00am - 9:30pm

Harbourview Recreation Complex - OPEN
1867 Springfield Road - Open daily 9:00am - 9:00pm, Change Facilities

St. Vital Park Duck Pond - OPEN
190 River Road - Open daily 9:00am - 9:00pm, Change Facilities


Outdoor skating rinks

The city operates numerous outdoor skating rinks located in parks, schools sites and at Community Centres. Certain highly used pleasure rinks have heated washrooms and warming shelters which are open to the public throughout the week as well as posted hours on weekends. Many small neighbourhood hockey rinks are also maintained for public use. To obtain information on the hours of operation and location of skating rinks in your neighbourhood please contact your Community Centre.

The City of Winnipeg is only responsible for the installation and removal of the KNOCK DOWN outdoor hockey rinks located at Community Centres. The installation and maintenance of the ice is the responsibility of the Community Centre.


Pleasure rinks

The city operates numerous skating rinks located in parks, school sites and at Community Centres. Certain highly used skating rinks have heated washrooms and warming shelters which are open to the public throughout the week as well as posted hours on weekends. Many small neighbourhood rinks are also maintained for public use. To obtain information on the hours of operation and location of skating rinks in your neighbourhood please contact your Community Area. (weather pending)

No organized hockey allowed on pleasure rinks. Please use your local Community Centre outdoor rink for hockey play.

Many of the pleasure rinks will be ready to use before the holiday season, depending on the cooperation of the weather.

East Area
Name Location
Brentford Park 70 Brentford Rd.
Bunn's Creek Centennial Park 365 McIvor Ave.
Elmwood Park 380 Henderson Hwy.
Abdo and Samira El Tassi Park 100 Elmwood Rd.
Fraser's Grove 85 Fraser's Grove
Gauvin Park 55 Gauvin St.
King Edward Park 709 Manhattan Ave.
Kingston Park 320 Kingston Cr.
Papoose Park Comanche Rd. at Mohawk Bay
Parc De La Seigneurie 175 De La Seigneurie Blvd.
Paulicelli Park 152 Atwood St.
Pulberry Park 55 Cabot Cres.
Rotary Sunrise Park 111 Shauna Way
Sir Winston Churchill 150 John Duncan Dr.
Tamarind Park Tamarind Dr. South of Whellams Lane

North Area
Name Location
Bernadine/Stradford 10 Stradford St.
Central Park 400 Cumberland Ave.
Helen Promislow Park 295 Kingsbury Ave.
John Yuzyk Park/Robertson Site 665 Radford St.
Lake Ridge Park 41 Lake Ridge Rd.
Leicester Square Park 27 Leicester Square
Magnus Eliason Recreation Centre 430 Langside St.
Primrose Park 46 Primrose Cres.
Tanoak Tot Lot 53 Hillhouse Rd.
Turtle Island 510 King St.
Vimy Ridge Memorial Park 821 Preston Ave.
Walsall Park 2099 Manitoba Ave.

South
Name Location
Belair Park 15 Belair Rd.
Byng Park 913 Byng Pl.
Caron Park 50 Cass St.
Crescent Drive Park 781 Crescent Dr.
Dorge Park 30 Dorge Dr.
Enderton Park 11 Ruskin Row.
Fort Rouge Leisure Center 625 Osborne St.
Harrow Park 1000 Fleet Ave.
Lanark Bay South of Mathers Ave.
Montrose Park 680 Elm St.
Parc de Moissac 920 St. Gabriel Ave.
Sandpiper Park West 80 Sandpiper Dr.
Shoreham Bay Shoreham Bay.
Sir John Franklin Park 1405 Wellington Cres.
Tranquil Bay Park 85 Tranquil Bay

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Last update: December 8, 2017
Parks and Open Space
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Did you know that when you register your child for a sport at a local community centre, a portion of the registration fee is used to:

Aerate, top dress, and fertilize soccer, baseball and football pitches? The fee only contributes to approximately 50% of the total cost of these services.

This youth athletic fee is already included in your registration fee, and is approximately $10 per participant.

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