Introducing the Selkirk Sport Court and Rec Equipment Library! Located in the Outdoor Rink, the Selkirk Sport Court features basketball hoops and a pickleball court.
The Rec Equipment Library provides you the opportunity to borrow a wide variety of fun and unique play equipment, free of charge. Experience new leisure pursuits, get outside and have some fun!
Click the tabs below to learn more, including hours, rules and equipment details.
Sport Court is CLOSED until further notice.
The Equipment Lending Program, PlayZone and Lil Nature Explorers are not impacted by this closure.
Please note the hours are subject to change and may be altered on days when poor weather is present.
Sport Court Rules
- This is an unsupervised facility
- Limit play to 1 hour if others are waiting.
- No food, glass or alcoholic beverages.
- Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a caregiver.
- No skateboards, bikes, scooters or rollerblades.
- Do not hang from basketball rim.
- PLAY AT OWN RISK.
The Equipment Lending Program is closed for the season.
Please note the hours are subject to change and may be altered on days when poor weather present.
Rec Equipment Library Rules
- Check-out recreational equipment to be used on the Kin Centre land only.
- Upon arrival, sign in on our tablet and let staff know what equipment you would like to us. Staff will get equipment for you.
- Identification (ID) with address must be provided at check-out equipment. Kin Centre staff will return ID when equipment is checked back by the user (ie. Driver’s License or Manitoba Health Card).
- Equipment is to be played with outdoors and not inside the facility.
- This is an unsupervised service and children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a caregiver.
- This is a free service, however, if there is significant damage or loss of equipment, we may charge the user for the damage or loss and they may no longer be eligible to use this service.
- PLAY AT OWN RISK.
Click HERE to view the current equipment list.
New in 2023, the City of Selkirk is launching a bike lending program; as an extension to their current Equipment Lending Program at the Kin Centre! The public can borrow mountain bikes and the necessary equipment for use around the City of Selkirk. Whether you are interested in borrowing a bike for transportation or looking to enjoy a fun ride through Selkirk Park, the bikes can be used to meet your needs.
Details about the program:
- Who can borrow a bike? Anyone is welcome to participate in the program. Those under the age of 18 require a guardian over the age of 18 to sign-out the equipment on their behalf.
- When can I borrow a bike? Bikes are available during Equipment Lending operating hours. See our website for hours & details.
- How long can I borrow a bike? Bikes can be used for a total of 4 hours at a time. Bikes must be returned at the conclusion of the 4-hour time period or within 15 minutes of the Kin Centre closing hours. At this time, bikes cannot be used overnight or for longer periods.
- What do I need to borrow a bike? All borrowers over the age of 18 years will be required to give the program staff a government-issued piece of ID (driver’s license, passport, health card). Those under 18 years require a parent/guardian to sign the equipment out for them. Once the bike is returned, your ID will be returned to you.
- How much does it cost to borrow a bike? Bikes are free of charge as long as they are returned before the due date/time given to you during your bike pickup. Broken, stolen, lost, or damaged bikes are subject to the below replacement fees.
- Bike Lost/Stolen: $380.00
- Broken Parts/: Dependent on the part broken, varies.
- Lock: $50.00
- Helmet: $50.00
- Light: $10.00
- Late Fee: $20.00 per hour
- What happens if a bike is damaged while I am borrowing it? Broken components due to abuse or other reasons not from general wear and tear will be billed at the actual replacement cost.
- Do I need to wear a helmet? Yes, a helmet is required for all riders. You may bring your own or borrow one of ours.