Kids playing in the sport court on a sunny day, with the kin centre in the background

Located in the Outdoor Rink, the Selkirk Sport Court features basketball hoops and a pickleball court. Moreover, the Recreation Equipment Library provides you with 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! Additionally, we offer a variety of equipment, including pickleball nets and paddles, balls, bicycles, and more!

Sport Court

The Kin Centre Sport Court opens on June 1, 2024.

Hours of Operation
  • June: Open daily 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • July & August: Open daily 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Closed on all holidays (Canada Day/Terry Fox Day)
  • September: To be determined

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.  Children 11 and under must be accompanied by a guardian.
  • Limit play to 1 hour if others are waiting.
  • No food or class are allowed in the Sport Court. Smoking, drugs and alcohol are PROHIBITED.
  • No skateboards, bikes, scooters or roller blades in the Sport Court.
  • Do not hang from basketball rim.
  • Equipment is available to borrow on site. See Recreation Equipment Library hours and information posted at the entrance to the Kin Centre.

Recreation Equipment Library

The City of Selkirk’s Recreation Equipment Library at the Kin Centre, will open June 1, 2024. 

Hours of operation for the Recreation Equipment Library
  • June 1-30, 2024: Open Fridays 3:30-9 pm; Saturdays & Sundays 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
  • Closed on all holidays (Canada Day/Terry Fox Day)
  • July 2-September 1, 2024: Open daily 9 am – 9 pm

Please note the hours are subject to change and may be altered on days when poor weather present. 

Recreation Equipment Library Rules
  • Equipment is to be checked out by a Kin Centre Program Attendant.
  • Upon arrival, sign in on our tablet and let staff know what equipment you would like to us. Staff will get equipment for you.
  • Borrowed equipment must stay on the ground of the Water Tower Park & Kin Centre Sport Court.
  • You must be 12 years or older to borrow equipment. Those 11 and under must be with a guardian.
  • A valid ID must be provided to check out a bicycle. Those 17 and under wanting to rent a bike must be accompanied by an adult.
  • This is a free service, however, if there is significant damage or loss of equipment, you may be charged for the damage or loss and they may no longer be eligible to use this service.
Equipment List

The following equipment is available for use at the Recreation Equipment Library. Please note equipment list is subject to change.

Kin Centre Equipment Library: Equipment List

Bike Lending Program

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 want to borrow a bike for transportation or enjoy a fun ride through Selkirk Park, the bikes can 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? You can use a bike for a total of 4 hours at a time. You must return the bike at the conclusion of the 4-hour period or within 15 minutes of the Kin Centre closing hours. Currently, you cannot use bikes overnight or for longer periods.
  • What do I need to borrow a bike? All borrowers over the age of 18 must give the program staff a government-issued ID (driver’s license, passport, health card). Those under 18 need a parent or guardian to sign out the equipment. Once you return the bike, the staff will return your ID.
  • How much does it cost to borrow a bike? Bikes are free of charge if returned before the due date and time given to you during pickup. However, broken, stolen, lost, or damaged bikes are subject to the replacement fees listed below.
    • 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 I damage a bike while borrowing it? We will bill you for broken components due to abuse or other reasons not from general wear and tear at the actual replacement cost.
  • Do I need to wear a helmet? Yes, you must wear a helmet while riding. You can bring your own or borrow one of ours.


353 Jemima St, Selkirk MB (located between the Selkirk Water Tower and outdoor sport court)