A message to the community
This winter is going to be different at Roblin Park Community Centre. Our volunteer board of directors and staff have been working hard to make the outdoor Winter Wonderland a safe space for all. The rinks are free for all Roblin Park community members to use, but they will only be available through an online booking system for 50 minute time-slots to start. This system is being implemented to ensure all families can have the confidence ice will be available to them when they arrive and ensure that numbers remain limited onsite. We know everyone is very excited to use the rinks again so we want to ensure the area remains safe and fun at all times.
DUE TO POTENTIAL CHANGES IN RESTRICTIONS IN PUBLIC SPACES IN MID-FEBRUARY, WE ARE PAUSING BOOKINGS AFTER FEBRUARY 14. Watch this page for updates.
Ice times are now available up to February 14. Please book maximum 4 ice times per week. Check back regularly as people tend to cancel last minute if their plans change.
Please note: Ice availability is subject to change with Manitoba Health restrictions on gathering sizes.
SKATING TRAIL IS OPEN and available to all without a booking. Anyone wanting to pleasure skate are encouraged to use our skating trail any time. Anyone wanting to play with sticks and pucks are encouraged to book a half rink below.
TWO SLIDES ARE OPEN - Must bring your own carpets or saucers. No hard plastic / wood sleds or snow racers.
Rinks are closed when temperature reaches minus 28c with windchill.
Ready to book an ice time?
WINNER ANNOUNCED FOR ROBLIN PARK WINTER CARNIVAL 50/50 RAFFLE
We have a winner for the Roblin Park Winter Carnival 50/50 raffle which came in at a total of $7,143.00!
Congrats to Roblin Park area resident Vern Taylor — you win half the pot!
HUGE THANK-YOU to everyone who took the time to support RPCC for this fundraiser. We truly appreciate it.
Thank-you to our Winter Wonderland sponsors!
The Gates on Roblin
How to enjoy Roblin Park Community Centre's outdoor rinks
Rinks are free for all Roblin Park community members to use, but only available through this online booking system. Maximum one ice time per day. Booking an ice time means you 'own' that ice for the 50 minute period and it is available to you and your family, or up to four other friends. No one else will be on your half of the rink during that time — it’s all yours.
Before coming to RPCC, you must self-screen by going to the Manitoba Health website.
Show up for your time no more than 10 minutes early.
You may only enter the rink area from the south parking lot. Do not enter from anywhere else.
Come to the rink fully dressed for skating. Benches will be available outdoors between the rinks for putting on skates.
Wait until your start time before entering the rinks. Only enter the rink booked.
Take all of your possessions with you onto the ice and leave it on the bench closest to your ice a
Keep track of your time. When time is up, change out of your skates on the hockey bench
Exit to the North parking lot along Rink 3.
Ensure you only remain with and interact with people from your family or group.
Physical distancing must be maintained unless you are in the same family, even if you are skating together. Masks recommended.
If you or a family member are feeling ill, DO NOT enter the premises.
Rinks are divided into two sections as follows: Rink 1 A & B, Rink 2 A & B, Rink 3 A & B. Remain in your section unless you are entering or exiting the ice.
Maximum 5 skaters per section (unless family), ten total on any ice surface.
Ice times are limited to 50 minutes. Please be considerate and monitor time spent on ice.
Skate change area and washrooms are closed at all time. No exceptions. Benches will be available around the site for changing skates.
All rinks available on booking system only. You must book a spot to use rinks.
Adult supervision required for anyone under 12.
Be respectful of all Roblin Park staff, volunteers and visitors. Zero tolerance.
Questions or concerns? Email us.
In order for our Winter Wonderland to be a safe and fun place for all, we need volunteers to help us to support our community members with finding their ice, directing people and keeping track of time limits. Please consider lending a hand this winter!
For more info and to sign up, click the button below.