Skating and shinny hockey schedule

Skating and shinny hockey has ended for the 2018/2019 season.

The 2019/2020 schedule will be posted in early September. Please check back at that time.

Fees

Fees listed do not include tax

One visit

Age group 1 visit
Infant/preschool
(0-3 years)
Free (With paying parent/guardian)
Child
(4-12 years)
 $3.26
Youth with paying parent/guardian
(13-17 years)
 $3.26
Adult
(18-54 years)
 $4.08
Senior
(55+ years)
 $3.26
Family
(up tp 6 people, minimum 1 adult, maximum 2 adults)
 $12.24

10 visits

Age group 10 visit (recreational)
10 visits (fitness)
Child
(4-12 years)
 $29.38 n/a
Youth with paying parent/guardian
(13-17 years)
 $29.38 $47.74
Adult
(18-54 years)
 $36.72 $59.67
Senior
(55+ years)
 $29.38 $47.74

20 visits

Age group 20 visit (recreational)
20 visits (fitness)
Child
(4-12 years)
 $55.49 n/a
Youth
For fitness plan, program age minimums apply
(13-17 years)
 $55.49 $90.17
Adult
(18-54 years)
 $69.36 $112.71
Senior
(55+ years)
 $55.49 $90.17

Activity descriptions

  • Public skating: Everyone is welcome! This skate is a great way to socialize and skate
    with family and friends.
  • Family Fun time: Bring the whole family out for a morning on the ice. A chance to
    focus on your skating and hockey skills while spending time together.
  • Recreational shinny: Hockey players to benefit from drop-in, pick up hockey. Full
    equipment and helmets are mandatory. Goalies (maximum 2 per session) subsidized. Space is limited to 24 players and 4 goalies. Check-in is 30 minutes prior to start time.

Safe skating is fun skating

Public Skating rules and guidelines for all ages

Do:

  • Have fun and follow RZone rules
  • Respect and follow direction from Skate Patrol
  • Report any injuries or accidents to Skate Patrol
  • Maintain reasonable control of your speed, course, and direction
  • Children nine years and younger must be supervised by a parents/guardian must who is at least 12 years of age
  • CSA approved helmets are recommended during all skate programs
  • Customers with a disability are permitted to use assistive devices while accessing City of Guelph programs.

Do not:

  • Bring pucks, sticks, strollers, skating aids, sleighs, toys, food, drink, headphones, or cell phones onto the ice surface.
  • Behave in a rough, aggressive, or inappropriate manner
  • Carry children or other items onto the ice

Check our schedules and get more information at guelph.ca/recreation