Ice Skating

Ice Skating

Last chance for skating this season, skating is available in select locations until Sunday March 7.  All activities and programs are subject to Covid-19 Public Health restrictions, please obey capacity limits to ensure we can continue to offer this service.

We monitor the conditions on the ice surface to provide a fun and safe outdoor skating experience. Benches are placed at the edge of skating surfaces to put on your skates. Things to remember about outdoor natural skating rinks:

Always check park advisories daily before you come, spring conditions will quickly change availability. Click the box below:

  • Skating may not always be available due to warm conditions or snow fall
  • Ice surfaces change with the weather and snow conditions
  • Snow build up creates slushy areas and makes it impossible to clear until colder weather arrives
  • Ice surfaces can be uneven and bumpy
  • When skaters from different households are using the rink, everyone must wear a mask

 

Island Lake Conservation Area 

The rink is available for a maximum of one hour each per user. Reservations are now finished for the season. Skating will be available on a drop-basis when conditions permit. 

Ice Rink  Availability Maximum Capacity/ Size Location Hockey Permitted
Island Lake Skating Pod/ Rink 6

OPEN

March 5th – 7th

25 people

145 x 80 ft

On the lake: near P3 parking behind Amphitheatre No hockey games or other team sports permitted.

Terra Cotta Conservation Area 

The rinks are available for a maximum of one hour each per user. 

Ice Rink Reservations Maximum Capacity Location Hockey Permitted
Terra Cotta Skating Pod/ Rink 1 YES, March 6th and 7th only 10 people 60 x 40 ft On the land: covered Wetland Pavilion No hockey games or other team sports permitted.
Terra Cotta Skating Pod/ Rink 2 NO, drop in use only. 10 people 40 x 60 ft On Wolf Lake No hockey games or other team sports permitted.
Terra Cotta Skating Pod/ Rink 3 YES, March 6th and 7th only 10 people 40 x 60 ft On Wolf Lake No hockey games or other team sports permitted.
Terra Cotta Skating Pod/ Rink 4 YES, March 6th and 7th only 10 people 40 x 60 ft On Wolf Lake No hockey games or other team sports permitted.

 

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