Outdoor rink shacks closed due to warm weather - skating is not recommended at outdoor and snowbank rinks.
Welcome to Winter!
The City of Fort Saskatchewan maintains two outdoor boarded rinks and three public skating snowbank rinks during the winter season.
Outdoor rinks are available for use within park hours (6 am - 11 pm). Rinks are intended for casual users only and not organized team activities. Parent/Guardian participation is highly encouraged during all time slots.
Ice maintenance and snow removal are performed outside of the posted hours below. In the case of continuing snowfall occurring outside regular maintenance time - please be cooperative with staff to enable them to clear the ice.
Outdoor Rink Shacks
Rink shacks are located at Mowat and RCMP outdoor rink locations and are open during the following hours:
Monday to Friday: 4 pm - 9 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Holidays (excluding Christmas Day) : 1 pm - 8 pm
Schedules may be subject to change. Boarded Outdoor Rink shacks may be closed if it is colder than -23º C or if temperatures rise above 5º C.
Mowat Outdoor Rink
Mowat Park, North of 96 Avenue and 84 Street. The boarded area is for Shinny Hockey (all ages).
RCMP Outdoor Rink
Carscadden Park, south of 97 Ave and 90 St. The boarded area is for Shinny Hockey (all ages).
Legacy Park Snowbank Rink
This natural ice outdoor rink specifically designed for unsupervised public skating only. Legacy Park Snowbank Rink is located just off 100 Avenue in Legacy Park across from the Warden's House.
Southfort Snowbank Rink
This natural ice outdoor rink specifically designed for unsupervised public skating only. The Southfort Snowbank Rink is located just off Greenfield Way in the green space and is open daily.
Pryce Alderson Park Snowbank Rink
This natural ice outdoor rink specifically designed for unsupervised public skating only. Pryce Alderson Snowbank Rink is located just off Westpark Drive in the park and is open daily.
Keep safe - stay off the ponds!
Ponds are primarily for flood control and water quality improvements. Storm water ponds have a constant flow of water, which causes ice to form in unstable conditions over the winter months. The water may not freeze completely solid, therefore all storm water ponds are extremely unsafe for skating.
Visit a safe snowbank rink or outdoor boarded rink that is maintained by the City of Fort Saskatchewan. We recommend that all rink users wear appropriate safety equipment.