View of outdoor rink with the kin centre and water tower both in the background

The outdoor rink, located across from the Selkirk Arena at 368 Jemima Street in Water Tower Park, is a beloved winter feature of the community. This community ice surface is free of charge and is typically open from mid-December through February, weather permitting. Its prime location near other recreational facilities makes it an ideal spot for family outings, casual skating, and friendly hockey games. The rink offers a safe and enjoyable environment where people of all ages can embrace the winter season, whether they’re seasoned skaters or trying on skates for the first time. Don’t miss out on this seasonal gem that brings the community together for outdoor winter fun!

The outdoor rink has CLOSED for the season.

Selkirk Sport Court

In the summer, the rink transforms into the vibrant Selkirk Sport Court! The Sports Court features basketball hoops and a pickleball court, providing a perfect space for a variety of recreational activities. Located next to the Kin Centre, visitors can rent equipment including pickleball nets and paddles, basketballs, bicycles, and more. Whether you’re shooting hoops, enjoying a game of pickleball, or exploring the area on a bike, the Selkirk Sport Court offers something for everyone. Embrace the warm weather and stay active at this dynamic community sports hub!

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I rent the outdoor rink?
    • It is on a first come first serve basis.
  2. Is there a fee to skate at the outdoor rink?
    • It is free of charge.
  3. Does someone monitor the outdoor rink?
    • There is a staff on-site during posted hours however use of the rink is at your risk.
  4. What are the outdoor rinks hours?
    • We will announce the hours for the 2024/2025 season in the fall.
  5. Does the city provide skate rentals at the Outdoor Rink?
    • No, the Outdoor Rink does not provide skate rentals.
  6. Are there specific time slots for activities like pucks & sticks at the Outdoor Rink?
    • No, there are no specific timeslots for different activities on the outdoor rink. However, the City of Selkirk encourages that the facility be inclusive to all so users must be respectful of other people on the ice. If there are different activities, it is recommended that the rink be divided to accommodate all users.

Outdoor Rink Location