Rink fees and passes

COVID-19 Restart: ice rinks

September 13, 2021: Proof of vaccination is required to participate in some programs and events. Entry into recreation centres does not require proof of vaccination, but will be required for some programs and activities. Come prepared with your official proof of vaccination and government-issued photo ID.

Learn about venues, programs, and events that require proof of vaccination (46 KB)


Ice rinks are open. Public skating sessions and skating lessons are available. Find an ice rink near you

September 7, 2021: Online registration for public skating sessions is not required. Skaters may drop in on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Drop-in sessions such as Stick & Puck, Public Hockey, Drop-in Figure Skating, and Sledge Hockey will still require advanced online registration.

Masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces for those 12 years and older, even if you are vaccinated. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided at the front desk.

Ice rink admission fees

Single admission

Prices do not include tax.

Type Details and exceptions Price
Adult (19-64 years) 19-54 years at Britannia Rink $6.34
Youth (13-18 years)   $4.44
Child (5-12 years) 6-12 years at Britannia Rink $3.17
Preschooler (0-4 years) 0-5 years at Britannia Rink

Must be accompanied by an adult

Free
Senior (65+ years) 55+ years at Britannia Rink $4.44
Low cost skate Find low cost skate activities 50% off above prices
Group admission (10+ people)   25% off above prices
Family

One to two adults from the same household and their children 5-8 years old.

All family members must be present at the time of admission.

$6.34 (2 members minimum)

$3.17 per additional member

Skate rental and sharpening fees

Fees do not include tax.

Type Fee
Public skate rental $3.20
School skate rental $1.60
10-pack skate rental  $26.88
Sharpening $6.17

Each ice rink has a limited number of helmets available for public skates and Park Board skate lessons at no charge.

Find out more about our various facility passes

Leisure Access Program for low-income residents

Learn about the benefits of the reduced-cost Leisure Access Program and how to apply.

Leisure Access Agency Pass

The Leisure Access Agency Pass gives free access to basic recreation services at Park Board facilities to Vancouver non-profit agency staff and volunteers that accompany and assist their clients. Find out if you qualify and apply for the pass.