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6985 Mackle Rd

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 - Pickleball

Closed for the season Pickleball courts are available in the summer.
Operating hours

See the Annex Schedule (Open skate, Shinny Hockey or Pickleball)

Statutory holidayssee what's open or closed.


Skating rink

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:

  • All players 18 and under must wear full regulation hockey protective equipment.
    • Helmet with cage
    • Hockey gloves
    • Neck guard
    • Skates
    • Stick
    • Puck
  • 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.

Reservation policy

  • 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"

Paddlerack system

  1. Place your paddle in the paddle rack when you arrive.
  2. After finishing your game, leave the court, to allow waiting players to use the court.
  3. Join a stack of less than 4 paddles or start a new stack if all stacks are full.
  4. When a court is free, the leftmost stack of paddles gets the court. Slide all stacks to the left, keeping the order.
  5. 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.
  6. When leaving the court, put the 4 paddles together or mix
    them in different stacks with fewer than 4 paddles.

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Contact us or report a problem
Phone: 514-485-6806