Outdoor Rink

Outdoor RinkThe Outdoor Rink is closed for the spring/summer, but will resume in the 2023/2024 Winter! It will be located on the Sport Court/Outdoor Basketball Courts on the southeast corner of the University of Regina main campus. The entrance is located between the beach volleyball court and the Outdoor Basketball Courts.


Policies Skate Times Rental Skate Sharpening/Rentals






Outdoor Rink Policies

During Open Skates the following rules must be adhered to:

  • Stick and puck will be allowed on the ice at this time. 
  • All skaters are encouraged to wear a helmet on the ice (helmets are not provided).
  • Pond hockey nets and pucks are available on site for use.
  • We are asking those that attend the last skate of the day to assist the staff with shoveling off the ice.
  • Please be aware that if the temperature during the day goes above 0°C (without the windchill) skating on that day will be canceled.
  • If temperatures go below -30°C with the windchill, the rink will be closed.

Recreational Skate Times

Date Fall Semester Times Winter Semester Times
Monday-Tuesday 10am-10pm 10am-10pm
Wednesday-Friday 10am-10pm 10am-10pm









Ice Rentals

Private bookings can be made through ckhs.book@uregina.ca. Private bookings are available outside recreational skate times.


Skate Sharpening & Skate Rentals

Skate sharpening is available at the Facilities Services Desk (CK 119) for $5.00/pair. We ask that you drop them off and they will be available for pick up later that day. Payment is cash only.

Skate Rentals are also available at the Facilities Services Desk (CK 119) for $2.00/pair. Limited sizes and quantities available. Payment is cash only.

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Assumption of Risk

Participation in the University of Regina, Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies Program involves the risk of personal injury. The use of equipment, facilities, and premises of the University of Regina and/or cooperating agencies by persons participating in University of Regina, Faculty of Kinesiology activities shall constitute acceptance of that risk regardless of the nature of the injury.