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La Fontaine park

 

Enjoy a moment of tranquility in the heart of the Plateau Mount-Royal district , with family, couple or friends, to stretch your legs and reconnect with the little pleasures of winter. La Fontaine park is known for its charming natural ice that covers the pond along La Fontaine park avenue.

The skating rink

Natural ice

Ice conditions

To talk to us


438 793-3930

Contact form

Rental

Skates

Recreational type skates, hockey and figure skating blade.
Child (J8-6), Woman (6-12), Man (6-14)

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$11.96 (adult)
$10.00 (child 13 years and -)

Learning aid (child size)

Learning aid to teach children to skate in a fun and safe way.

$4.35

Helmet

Alpine ski type helmet
Sizes for men (S, M, L), women (S, M, L) and children (S, M, L)

$4.35

Padlock rental

A padlock loan to keep your personal belongings safe in the lockers provided.

$4.35
Access to ice rink is free!

Rental and loan rates are for a maximum of 2 hours of use.
An identity card must be left in deposit for the loan.

Service

Skate sharpening

An ice skate sharpening service is offered for both hockey and figure skating blades.

$6.95

Rates do not include taxes

Business hours

The 2022-2023 season will start soon. Stay tuned!

Since our opening hours vary according to weather conditions as well as those of the rink, we encourage you to consult our profile on Google which is updated in real time. Click on the map on the right to enlarge it which will take you to the detailed profile of our rental counter.

How to get there?

Frequently Asked Questions

ACCESS AND RESERVATION

1DO I NEED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE OR BUY TICKETS TO ACCESS THE RINK?
Access to La Fontaine Park is free and open to all, as is access to the ice rink.
2WHAT ARE THE OPENING DATES OF THE ICE RINK?
Since it is a natural ice, the weather conditions allow most of the time an opening from mid-January until the beginning of March. Before you go, consult the page of the city of Montreal to know the state of the ice in real time.
3DOES THE ICE RINK CLOSE IF IT RAINS?
The rink must close in the event of heavy rainfall.

ICE RINK AND SKATE RENTAL

1IS THERE A TIME LIMIT ON THE ICE RINK?
We allocate 2 hours for skate rental.
2WHERE IS THE SKATES RENTAL?
Our rental counter is located inside the large chalet.
3ARE SKATING LESSONS OFFERED?
No skating lessons are offered at La Fontaine Park.
4WHERE CAN I HAVE MY SKATES SHARPENED?
We offer the sharpening of your skates (hockey and figure skating blade) directly at our rental counter. Sharpening prices can be found on our website.
5ARE THERE ANY RESTAURANTS ON SITE?
At the moment, there is no restaurant on site. However, there is a wide selection of excellent restaurants of all genres located in the Plateau Mount-Royal district.
6IS THERE A PLACE WHERE I CAN PLACE MY PERSONAL BELONGINGS?
There are free lockers inside the chalet. It is possible to rent a padlock directly at our rental counter.
7WHERE CAN I COLLECT A FORGOTTEN PERSONAL EFFECT?
If you are there, you can go directly to the rental counter and give the details of the lost item. If you are no longer there, we invite you to send an email to [email protected] with a detailed description of the object. We will be able to confirm whether the object has been found or not.

RULES

1IS WEARING A HELMET MANDATORY?
It is not mandatory to wear a helmet on the rink. Wearing a helmet is however recommended if you do not have much experience on the ice. We offer helmet rental at our counter.