Outdoor community ice rinks are maintained by neighbourhood volunteers. These unsupervised skating rinks are for everyone to enjoy. The map above shows open rinks as green, open (skate with caution) in yellow and closed in red.
We update this list once per week on Fridays by 4 p.m.
About the Community Ice Rink Program
Outdoor community ice rink locations (weather permitting)
- Burns Drive Park: 601 Woodlawn Road West
- Carter Park: 1 Fletcher Court
- Colonial Drive Park: 181 Colonial Drive
- Dovercliffe Park: 38 Dovercliffe Road
- Exhibition Park: 81 London Road
- Gosling Gardens Park: 75 Gosling Gardens
- Grange Road Park: 598 Grange Road
- Herb Markle Park: 175 Cardigan Street
- Jubilee Park: 11 Sweeney Drive
- McAlister Park: 35 Hands Drive
- Northview Park:
- Oak Street Park: 35 Oak Street
- Orin Reid Park: 120 Goodwin Drive
- Peter Misersky Park: 122 Hadati Road
- Riverside Park East: 55 Riverview Drive
- Riverside Park skate trail: Marilyn Drive
- Sir Isaac Brock Public School: 111 Colonial Drive
- Stephanie Drive Park: 275 Stephanie Drive
- St. George’s Park: 40 Metcalfe Street
- Sunny Acres Park: 45 Edinburgh Road North
- Waverley Drive Park: 70 Balmoral Drive
- Westwood Public School: 495 Willow Road
- Wolfond Park: 230 Arthur Street North
Outdoor community ice rink rules
- CSA approved hockey helmets are strongly recommended for skaters’ and hockey players’ protection. Bike helmets do not provide adequate protection. Neck guards and face masks are strongly recommended for hockey players.
- Skating or acting in a manner that endangers or interferes with other skaters’ safety or pleasure is not permitted.
- Supervision of children under the age of 12 is strongly recommended.
- Abusive language and aggressive behaviour are not permitted. Be respectful and responsible.
- City-issued pond hockey nets are preferred.
- Participation is at the user’s own risk. No responsibility is accepted or undertaken for the well-being of either the user or their property.
This code was developed by the City of Guelph and community neighbourhood volunteers.
Report serious misconduct to the police.