Outdoor Skating & Ice Rinks
Skaters have several choices for public outdoor ice skating surfaces in Edmonton. The City maintains both ground and pond ice rinks in the major parks. It is recommended that children or inexperienced skaters use an approved helmet while on the ice to prevent injuries.
153 Avenue & 115 Street
Facilities: Outdoor skate change and washrooms in rec centre
9330 Groat Road (near Shelter #2)
Facilities: Warming trailer on site, open 10am-10pm
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Facilities: Change room (south east corner) open during City Hall hours
12130 River Valley Road
Facilities: Skate change rooms and washroom
50 Street & 44 Avenue
Facilities: Jackie Parker Park Pavilion, washrooms open 7am-9pm
Victoria ice surface closed for maintenance:
- Tue, Wed & Thu, 5-6pm
- Mon & Sat, 8-10am
no public skating:
- Mon & Wed, 6-7pm
- Tue &Thu 6-9pm
66 Street & 23 Avenue
Closed for the season
113 Avenue & 29 Street
Facilities: Rundle Family Center Pavilion
Be Safe on Ice
The above 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.
Other Outdoor Skating Surfaces
You can skate on stormwater lakes when conditions allow. The Drainage Branch oversees all uses of these lakes, and certain restrictions and conditions are in place to ensure that health and ecological issues are properly addressed.
For more information:
For information about rinks in your neighbourhood, see
Community League - Rinks.
For information about City-operated rinks listed above:
In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311