Outdoor Ice Surfaces
Due to COVID-19, ice surfaces are limited to a maximum of 10 people, and 4 people per rink bench. Please practice physical distancing of 6 feet; masks are recommended when unable to physically distance. Follow AHS guidelines on personal hygiene before visiting, and stay home and do not use the rinks if you are feeling unwell. Use of the outdoor ice surfaces is at your own risk.
An temperature of -5 degrees is typically required for approximately 2 weeks in order to create outdoor skating ice surfaces. Please do not skate on closed ice surfaces. This is to both ensure your safety and to help us speed up the ice-making process, so that we may open the rinks as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience as we work with the weather to prepare the ice.
When weather and ice conditions permit, the City of Leduc offers a number of outdoor skating surfaces for residents and visitors.
HOURS: 5 a.m. - 11 p.m.
For ice locations, see the Outdoor Ice Skating Map.
*Status current as of Dec. 29, 2020
Recreational Skating Ice
- Leduc Civic Centre North Pond - OPEN
- Willow Park - CLOSED
- Corinthia - CLOSED
- Leduc Civic Centre South Pond - CLOSED
- Doris Smith Park - OPEN
- Telford Skating Oval - OPEN
- Christ the King Skating Oval - OPEN
- Black Stone Rink - OPEN
- Kinsmen Rink - OPEN
- Rainbow Park - OPEN
- Harry Bienert Playground - OPEN
- Southfork Green - CLOSED
- Lions Rink at Aileen Faller Park - OPEN
- Robinson Community Park - OPEN
Elks Community Park - OPEN
Don't skate on storm water ponds
Skating is NOT permitted on storm water ponds.
- Storm water ponds have fluctuating water levels with potential depths that will not freeze solid
- There have been incidences of children falling through the ice in areas, even when ice measurements at the facility are at acceptable thicknesses
- If Enforcement Services witnesses people on the storm water ponds, they will require people to leave or enforce fines
One exception, when ice conditions permit, is the north pond at Alexandra Park. We've made this exception because:
- the water depth can be controlled
- it's easily accessible for monitoring and maintenance
- the pond is more likely to freeze solid
For more information, contact the Parks Department at 780-980-7133.