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Parks and Open Space

Disc Golf

All City-owned play structures and picnic shelters are open as per the Province of Manitoba's Restoring Safe Services plan, as are skate parks, tennis courts, basketball courts, and athletic fields (soccer, baseball, football, etc.). The City will not be cleaning or sanitizing playgrounds more frequently than normal. Use of these spaces is at your own risk.

Please note that social distancing is still required while within City parks and individuals must maintain a distance of at least two metres from every other individual in the park. This does not apply to people who can demonstrate that they are living together in the same household. Individuals are also prohibited from assembling in groups of more than 25 persons in an indoor place or more than 50 in an outdoor place. Any businesses operating within City parks must follow provincial public health orders.

For more information, see: Enforcement measures

Toutes les structures de jeu et les abris pique-nique de la Ville sont à nouveau ouverts suite à l’annonce du Plan de rétablissement sécuritaire des services de la Province du Manitoba, tout comme les planchodromes, les terrains de tennis, de basket-ball et de sport (soccer, baseball, football, etc.). La Ville ne nettoiera ou ne désinfectera pas les terrains de jeu plus souvent que d’habitude. L’utilisation de ces équipements est à vos risques et périls.

Nous rappelons qu’il faut continuer de suivre les mesures de distanciation sociale dans les parcs municipaux, et se tenir à au moins deux mètres de toute autre personne présente dans le parc. Ces mesures ne s’appliquent pas aux personnes qui peuvent prouver qu’elles vivent dans le même ménage. Il est également interdit de se rassembler en groupes de plus de 25 personnes dans des espaces intérieurs et de plus de 50 personnes à l’extérieur. Les activités commerciales ayant lieu dans les parcs municipaux doivent se dérouler conformément aux directives provinciales en matière de santé publique.

Mesures d’application

Winnipeg's Parks and Open Space Division offers plenty of locations for recreation play and leisurely activities.

For those who enjoy tossing a flying disc, and love to play golf, why not try Disc Golf. Instead of knocking a ball into a hole, you toss a disc into a basket or at an object.

All that is required is a flying disc and a score sheet. The Disc Golf locations are put together by the Manitoba Organization of Disc Sports (MODS). Check out their website for more information on these locations.

Disc Golf Basket
  • Happyland Park is Winnipeg's premier Disc Golf park. Located at Happyland Park is an 18 hole course that is fun for young and not so young. Happyland Park can be found at the corner of Marion and Archibald.
  • Kilcona Park is a great 18 hole course with plenty of room to play on. Has tees for both the Beginner/Intermediate (Red numbered tees) as well as for the Advanced/Pro (Black numbered tees). Kilcona Park is located at Lagimodiere and Springfield Road, parking is at the McIvor Entrance of Lagimodiere.
  • La Barriere Park Disc Golf Course is the Winnipeg region's newest disc golf course. Designed to challenge players of all levels to throw every shot in their arsenal. The course offers both Long and Short tees, and some holes feature a third "Friendly" tee. La Barriere Park is located at 4403 Waverley Street, south of the perimeter.

    Please note that the course map predates the course's permanent installation date, and may be slightly out of date. This will be updated as soon as possible.

Last update: May 26, 2020
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