Outdoor Skating & Ice Conditions

All Outdoor Skating Areas Closed

All outdoor skating rinks and surfaces are now closed for the season. Thanks to everyone who joined us this winter for skating!

About Outdoor Rinks

The City of St. Albert is proud to offer residents a variety of outdoor boarded rinks and social ice surfaces throughout the city. They’re wonderful locations nestled in our parks and are perfect for any type of skater. Practice your figure skating or teach your little ones the joy of skating!

When not in use for the winter season, some of the outdoor boarded rinks are open for off-leash play with your dog. Find locations

Before you visit an outdoor facility, please know:

  • The boarded rinks and social ice surfaces have maximum capacities of total people allowed to skate at each location dependant on the size of the ice surface. Please follow all posted capacity limits while enjoying the ice surfaces this winter.
  • All ice surfaces will be unsupervised (like playgrounds). Signage will be on-site about how to play safe. Ice surfaces will be maintained at the current, rotational service levels.
  • No hockey, ringette or shinny
  • Sticks and pucks are allowed for skills practice.
  • Ensure you are at least two metres physical distance from others. If it’s too crowded to keep two metres distance, please come back at another time.
  • Information below has washroom information available for rink locations.
  • There is no ice fishing allowed on Lacombe Lake.

Hours

  • Rink lights: Turned on from 4 - 10 p.m. daily.
  • Spontaneous use: Outdoor rinks winter/summer (mixed-use) and social ice surfaces are available for use from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. as identified in the Parks Bylaw.
  • The buildings at Alpine, Flagstone, Gatewood, Larose and Willoughby parks are temporarily closed.

Outdoor Rink Locations

Neighbourhood Location Amenities Capacities - people
Akinsdale Alpine Park
36 Alpine Blvd
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A
Braeside Braeside Park
59 Sir Winston Churchill Ave
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed N/A
Deer Ridge Deer Ridge Park
120 Deer Ridge Dr
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed N/A
Deerbourne Park
5 Deerbourne Dr
Social Surface - Closed N/A
Downtown Lions Park
21 Sir Winston Churchill Ave
Social Surface - Closed
Freezeway - Closed
Washrooms - Open 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily
N/A
Erin Ridge Erin Ridge Park
40 Erin Ridge Dr
Social Surface - Closed N/A
Forest Lawn Flagstone Park
51 Flagstone Cr
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A
Grandin Gatewood Park
17 Gatewood Ave
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A
Grosvenor Park
44 Grosvenor Blvd
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
N/A
Heritage Lakes Hodgson Park
50 Heritage Dr
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed N/A
Kingswood Kingswood Park
395 Sturgeon Rd
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A
Lacombe Park Larose Park
149 Larose Dr
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A
Lacombe Lake Park
151 McKenney Ave
Hockey Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A
Mission St. Albert Catholic High School
33 Malmo Ave
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed N/A
North Ridge Natalia Park
North Ridge Dr & Natalia Way
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed N/A
Napoleon Park
Napoleon Cr
Social Surface - Closed N/A
Oakmont Oakmont Park
96 Oak Vista Dr
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
N/A
Pineview Princeton Park
28 Princeton Cr
Social Surface - Closed N/A
Sturgeon Heights Salisbury Park
81 Salisbury Ave
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
N/A
Woodlands Willoughby Park
6 Willoughby Dr
Boarded Ice Surface - Closed
Social Surface - Closed
Change Building - Closed
Portable Toilets - Available
N/A

Ice Safety

Residents are cautioned to stay off stormwater management facilities, rivers, lakes, and ponds throughout the city as they are not safe for walking or skating on; especially during milder temperatures. Learn more about ice safety


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Last edited: April 6, 2021