Explore your Winter City this season and all the activities it has to offer. Chase your Olympic dreams at Regina’s Speed Skating Oval, try a classic Canadian game of Crokicurl or race down one of our designated hills for an epic toboggan run. And if planning isn’t your thing, you can get out for a walk, do some fat biking, or take your four-legged friend to one of the City’s dog parks. There’s a lot of fun to be had - right in your own backyard!
|Community Fire Pits
Extend your stay and play this winter! Community Fire Pits will help residents enjoy, stay and play in the outdoors for longer periods by offering a warm-up station and an additional light source in the winter months. Firepits are available noon to 11 p.m. daily and residents wishing to use the firepits are asked to bring their own seasoned firewood.
Firepit Safety Tips
o Do not use trees or park materials in the firepit
New this winter! Come out to one of the City's 19 designated toboggan hills.
Toboggan at your own risk. Helmets are highly recommended. Do not walk up the sledding path. Toboggan areas are not maintained or supervised. In case of emergency, call 9-1-1. Stay safe and have fun!
Take the classic Canadian board game Crokinole and combine it with the favorite Saskatchewan pastime of curling and you get crokicurl! A game for people of all ages and abilities. View the rules.
Crokicurl is run by select Community Associations and is available for free. Residents can access crokicurl during supervision hours at the following rinks:
Residents are asked to avoid skating on the crokicurl playing surface.
Cross-Country Ski Trails
|The City’s cross-country ski trail at the Tor Hill golf course is open once again this year. The 9 km trail has beginner, intermediate and expert areas. The trail is loopy like flower petals to allow less experienced skiers to get off at different intervals, depending personal fitness for distance. This year’s trail offers a double wide path with the choice of a skate skiing track or a classic cross-country ski track. The trail is open daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., weather permitting. Groomed fat bike trails will also be introduced during the 2023/24 winter season.
|Regina Ski Club
|The Regina Ski Club offers over 35km of Nordic ski trails in and around Regina for all ages. They offer programs, events and trips for beginner, recreational, competitive and adaptive skiers. They have also introduced groomed walking trails. Learn more!
If a winter picnic is your thing, grab your hot cocoa and head out to one of the four winter BBQ sites offered by the city. We will clear the snow but you'll need to provide briquettes, cozy blankets, and hot dogs.
We offer eight indoor arenas, 50 outdoor skating rinks and six shinny sites. Learn more.
Speed Skating Oval
Mount Pleasant Sport Park Long Track Oval
Open to public Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 4 to 11 p.m.
*No public access Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Please note that no figure skates or hockey sticks are allowed.