Trout Lake Rink

COVID-19 Restart: ice rinks

Arenas are reopening this fall with new processes and safety measures.

Arrive ready for your activity. Change rooms will not be available.


Flexipasses now accepted

Starting October 27, you can choose to reactivate your Flexipass, request a credit on your account, receive a refund, or keep your pass suspended temporarily.

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Flexipasses and 10-visit passes are now accepted for facility drop-ins. Passes are accepted for online registration for October 31 sessions and onward.

Trout Lake Rink – located in John Hendry Park near Victoria Dr and East 12th Ave – is part of Trout Lake Community Centre.

From April to August, we remove the ice for dry-floor activities such as ball hockey, in-line hockey, trade shows, and special events.

Register online for skating lessons and sessions

We're currently offering skating lessons only at Trout Lake and Killarney ice rinks. We're unable to offer beginner skating lessons (Child level 1 and Preschool level 1 and 2) at this time.

Registration for public skating sessions opens three days in advance, starting at noon on November 4, and closes 30 minutes before the session starts.

Skating sessions are 45 minutes or one-hour long. Skaters 7 years and younger must be accompanied on the ice by a parent or guardian over the age of 16 years.

Skate and helmet rentals are available (except for Stick and Puck sessions and drop-in figure skating). Sticks, pucks, and rings will not be available but you may bring your own. Other skate aids are limited.

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Skating lessons Public skate 50+ and better skate

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Location and contact info

Find and contact Trout Lake Rink. See a map of our location.

Rink fees and passes

Find the admission and skate rental fees for ice rinks in Vancouver and information about multi-visit and monthly passes.

Trout Lake rink amenities

  • Ice surface: 200 feet x 85 feet (NHL size)
  • Seating: 250
  • Ice: September to March
  • Dry floor: April to August

Accessibility:

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Wheelchairs are welcome during public skating sessions. Participants must wear helmets. The person pushing the wheelchair must wear skates.

Passes accepted:

  • Leisure Access Program (LAP)
  • Flexipass

Helmet policy for skating activities

Anyone participating in skating classes, lessons, and programs must wear a CSA-certified hockey or snowboard helmet. You are also encouraged to wear a helmet at public skate times. Rinks have a limited number of helmets free-of-charge to registered program participants. Cycling helmets are not permitted.

Receive a discount when you buy a helmet

Bring your current Park Board skate lesson registration receipt to these retailers to receive:

Find out more about our community centre

Trout Lake

The Trout Lake Community Centre is located at 3360 Victoria Dr, Vancouver, BC. 604-257-6955. Amenities include an arts studio, pottery studio, music room, performing arts studio, fitness centre, indoor cycling, gym, ice rink, and outdoor festival plaza.