It is easy to stay active and busy while the weather is warm, but it becomes more challenging once the winter hits. We have found plenty of family fun winter activities around our dealerships, just click the location nearest to you below!
Visit the Martensville Sports Centre! They offer drop in Public Skating, or you can book ahead of time to use the fitness center or one of the three gymnasiums!
If you want to skate outdoors, the beautiful Cameco-Meewasin skating rink offers skaters views of the South Saskatchewan River and is open to the public by donation throughout December – March.
The Martensville Athletic Pavilion is available for public use and offers 3 full size basketball courts, 3 full size volleyball courts, 12 badminton courts, and much more!
Grande Prairie, Alberta
Muskoseepi Park in the heart of Grande Prairie is an 1100 acre park with a large outdoor skating pond! Admission is free, but bring your own skates! The park also offers snowshoe rentals for children and adults. If you are looking for indoor skating, check out the Dave Barr community center! Grande Prairie is also home to plenty of winter walking trails and tobogganing hills!
Skiers and Snowboarders should check out Nitehawk Adventure Park!
Learn about the world of Sled Dogs and experience the adventure for yourself at Elevation Sled Dogs!
Airdrie has 3 facilities that offer public skating, and you can always find a tobogganing hill to enjoy! Chinook Winds Regional Park, Coopers Crossing, and Osborne Park all feature incredible snowshoe trails.
If you are willing to travel slightly outside of Airdrie or are searching for a weekend trip, check out these places below!
Canada is the worlds largest producer of Ice Wine, a style of wine that is created by using frozen wine grapes. Kelowna is the perfect place to learn about the process of making Ice Wine, and try some for yourself!
Stuart Park hosts free public skating in a beautiful outdoor rink, and there are several other indoor rinks that allow public skating.
Cowichan Valley, BC
Routley Park, Fort Langley, and Campbell Valley Park all hold popular toboggan hills for kids to enjoy each winter.