Winter is Here to Stay! City of Regina Outdoor Winter Recreation Opens
Get out, explore, and enjoy our Winter City this season. With a variety of outdoor activities to try, there is sure to be something for everyone.
New additions to outdoor fun in Regina include five community firepits and 19 newly designated toboggan hills. Community fire pits offer a chance for residents to warm up and extend their stay and play outside for more winter memories. Fire pits are available noon to 11 p.m. daily and residents wishing to use the fire pits are asked to bring their own seasoned firewood.
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. With places to exit along the way, residents have the option to create their ideal route. 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.
Get ready to lace up those skates! City crews are working to flood more than 50 outdoor rinks, and on Monday, December 19, most boarded rinks will be ready for use. Stay up to date on the progress by visiting the outdoor rink schedule.
There are many more winter places and spaces for all ages around the community. Residents can chase their Olympic dreams at Regina’s Speed Skating Oval or try a classic Canadian game of Crokicurl at select outdoor rinks starting in January. This winter, enjoy our Winter City by getting out for a walk, trying a fat bike, or taking a four-legged friend to one of the City’s dog parks.
For complete information about outdoor winter fun in our city, visit Regina.ca/winterfun