Winter - Skating rink
A refrigerated ice surface is available as of mid-December to March, weather permitting. Free admission for Public Skating.Quality of ice and safety: The quality of ice skating rinks in your neighbourhood is very dependent on weather conditions. Always use the rinks at your own risk.
Summer - PickleballClosed for the season Pickleball courts are available in the summer.
Open skate rules
- Maximum 140 skaters.
- CSA approved hockey helmet and faceguard are required for children under the age of 13. Other protective gear is recommended for all ages.
- Only ice skates are permitted on the surface.
- Please skate at a sensible speed and follow the circulation of other skaters.
- Refrain from carrying or lifting children on your shoulders.
- Skaters may not sit on the boards.
- Pets are not permitted on the ice.
- No smoking, vaping, or drinking alcohol on the premises.
- Eating or chewing gum is prohibited on the ice.
- Cellphone usage and other electronic devices are not permitted on the ice.
- Sticks and pucks / figure skating techniques are not permitted.
- Abusive language, and behaviour will not be tolerated.
- Approval from the Recreation Department is required before holding lessons or other organized events.
- Have fun!
- Accidents, injuries, misconduct or hazardous conditions should be reported to the skate monitor.
- The city is not responsible for any lost or damaged items.
Contact: [email protected]
Shinny hockey (Schedule TBD)
The stick and puck activity are designed for working on your skills, skating, shot or puck-handling.
Admission per person / session:
- Free with fun card
- All players 18 and under must wear full regulation hockey protective equipment.
- Helmet with cage
- Hockey gloves
- Neck guard
- Maximum of 40 people on the ice.
- Priority granted according to the order of arrival.
- The rules mentioned above apply.
Contact: [email protected]
Rules and regulations
- Courts are reserved for pickleball play only.
- Get approval from Côte Saint-Luc Recreation
- Department before holding lessons, clinics,
- tournaments, or other organized events.
- Wear suitable clothes and shoes on the courts.
- Keep animals, bikes, scooters, rollerblades, and skateboards on the courts.
- No smoking, vaping, eating, or drinking alcohol on the premises.
- Keep the courts clean and litter-free.
- Cellphone usage is not permitted.
- The City is not responsible for lost or misplaced items on or around the facility.
- You can reserve a court up to 7 days ahead by calling 514-485-6806 ext. 9204.
- Payment by Interac or credit card accepted on site.
- Choose between 1-hour or 2-hour time blocks.
- Reservation limits may apply based on demand.
- If you are 10 minutes late, walk-on players can take your court.
- Check in with the attendant before entering the courts.
- Have fun and enjoy the game!
- Follow rules for a safe and fair experience. Ignoring rules may lead to expulsion.
- For help enforcing rules, talk to an attendant or Recreation staff.
- Drop-in play is first-come, first-play for everyone.
- Put your paddle in the rack and wait for your turn.
- Use just one paddle per player. No holding spots.
- Remain in the spectator area while waiting to play.
- Monopolizing courts or excluding others from joining is not permitted.
- A game is won by being the first player to win 11 points, and be at least 2 points ahead of opponent.
- You can switch courts to find a game that matches your skill.
- Please follow the instructions of City attendants or volunteers.
- Abusive language or behaviour will not be tolerated.
- At the end of each game, tap paddles and say “good game"
- Place your paddle in the paddle rack when you arrive.
- After finishing your game, leave the court, to allow waiting players to use the court.
- Join a stack of less than 4 paddles or start a new stack if all stacks are full.
- When a court is free, the leftmost stack of paddles gets the court. Slide all stacks to the left, keeping the order.
- If your stack has less than 4 paddles and it’s your turn, call out for more players. They can join whether their paddle is on the rack or not.
- When leaving the court, put the 4 paddles together or mix
them in different stacks with fewer than 4 paddles.
Visit www.pickleballcanada.org for more information.