Open Skating at Pierrefonds Sportplexe

Last updated September 29, 2022
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This winter season, take advantage of the facilities at the Sportplexe Pierrefonds to practice your skating strokes!

Thanks to an agreement between the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro and the Pierrefonds Sportplexe, residents have access to the indoor skating rinks at predetermined times. Come and have some fun and be active in a safe environment!

Location

Sportplexe Pierrefonds Arena: 14700, boulevard Pierrefonds, Pierrefonds (Québec) H9H 4Y6

Additional information on the activity

  • No reservations are required. Priority will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Ice skating supports (skating aids) are available on site
  • The arena’s “Pro Shop” will be open for skate sharpening and equipment rental ($) 

 

INTERGENERATIONAL SKATING - RINK 1 - FREE

Adults and toddlers share the ice. A space is reserved in the centre of the rink for the children.

OPEN SKATING - RINK 1 - FEE PAYABLE

Admission fees : Adults (13 years and older) $3; children (12 years and younger) $1.

HOLIDAY SKATING - RINK 4 - FREE

SPRING BREAK SKATING - RINK 4 -FREE

Time slots and rates: Fall / Winter 2022

Activity

Dates

Hours

Fees

Intergenerational skating

Rink #1

September 5 to December 28

Mondays and Wednesdays

10 to 12 a.m.

FREE

Open skating

Rink #1

September 3 to December 18

Saturdays

7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Sundays

1:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Adults $3

Children $1

Holiday skating

Rink #4

December 26-27-28-29-30

1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

FREE

Spring break

Rink#4

February 28 and March 1-2-3-4

12 a.m. to 3 p.m.

FREE

Conditions of use of the premises

The following measures must be observed to maintain safe conditions for all participants, employees and partners:

  • We strongly recommend that beginners wear a helmet. Protective gear should be added as needed.
  • If you appear to have symptoms related to COVID-19, we ask that you do not visit the arena.

Probibited at the Pierrefonds Sportplex:

  • Crowding or loitering at the edge of the rink
  • Sitting on the edge of the rink
  • Eating or drinking on the rink
  • Skating with someone on your back or in your arms, including young children
  • Pushing and shoving
  • Racing or skating at excessive speed
  • Forming a human chain, playing tag or throwing snowballs
  • Braking too sharply
  • Throwing objects on the rink
  • Skating in the opposite direction or backwards
  • performing figure skating tricks or playing hockey
  • Using objects on the rink (balls, pucks)
  • Using headphones, mobile phones or portable radios

It is strongly recommended:

  • That beginners wear a helmet and gloves
  • To get up as soon as possible after a fall
  • That beginners skate in the section reserved for them
  • That an adult accompany young children at all times