Community leagues across Edmonton are run by dedicated volunteers who work hard to bring affordable recreation, sports and social activities to your community. They also advocate for your community on city-wide issues. Check with your league to see how you can get involved.

Community League Skating Rinks

Did you know that volunteers maintain over 100 community skating rinks? Many of the leagues have skate rental programs, too, so get out there and play on the ice!

To find a rink near you, go to the EFCL website. Under Facility Amenities, select Rink. You will need a community league membership to use most rinks.

Kenilworth Community League Family Ice Trail

Looking for another winter skating option that is closer to home?  The Kenilworth Community League Family Ice Trail is open, featuring a 400 metre track and recreational ice surface. Skate aids, lights, music, and hot chocolate! A donation to the ice trail is welcome.

You’ll find the skating trail at 7104-87 Avenue. Open evenings and weekends. Check the Kenilworth Community League website for hours and details.

Glastonbury Community League Skating Trail

New for Winter 2018-19! Residents from all community leagues are welcome to use the new Glastonbury Skating Trail.  The trail is located in Glastonbury Park, 1101 Grantham Drive, and is lit at night.