The Secord outdoor rink is located west of the ball diamond on 218 Street and 97 Avenue. It is open to community league members from December to March (weather dependent).
Enjoy free skating at outdoor community league rinks. A skate tag is required which is provided with your Community League Membership.
If you have questions pertaining to the outdoor rink, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Secord Ice Rink Standards of Use
- Skate at your own risk.
- Skaters under the age of 6 must be supervised by an adult.
- Pets are not allowed around or on the rink for sanitary reasons.
- All skaters must respect the ability and needs of all users with regards to the type of activities planned (i.e. hockey players must give space for recreational skaters).
- Helmets must be worn for anyone under the age of 18, while on the ice.
- Remove nets from ice before leaving (it prevents nets from freezing to ice surface).
- Phone 311 if you witness anyone breaking these standards.
- Make sure you’re following appropriate COVID-19 protocol.
Skate tags also allow Community League members to skate at other neighbourhood outdoor rinks.
Click here to find additional neighbourhood outdoor rinks nearby: https://www.edmonton.ca/activities_parks_recreation/outdoor-ice-rinks.aspx
The City of Edmonton offers free public skating times.
For more information: https://www.edmonton.ca/activities_parks_recreation/arenas.aspx
Free Drop-In Learn to Skate Program
Offered by City of Edmonton
Learn the skills to become active on the ice. This program is designed around basic skills, movement, participation and fun!
The City is offering the free program, aimed at kids aged 6 to 12 (though family members are welcome to join too) at outdoor rinks in various Edmonton neighbourhoods. The program is aimed to introduce basic skills and encourage participation and fun! Classes will run from January 6 through February 24, 2020. Skaters must bring their own skates and CSA approved helmets. The program will not run when temperatures dip below -23 degrees Celsius.
For more information: https://www.familyfuncanada.com/edmonton/event/free-drop-in-learn-to-skate/
Skating Prohibited on Stormwater Ponds!
The City has signage posted at all stormwater facilities advising residents to keep off the ice because conditions are unknown. Due to the nature and the function of stormwater lakes, ice conditions can be unpredictable and dangerous. Moving water, temperature changes underwater due to vegetation or drainage and fluctuating weather conditions can all result in unsafe ice conditions not visible from the surface.