Recreation, Parks & Culture

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Recreational Destinations


Some of the most popular recreational destinations in Beaumont are:

Service Directory

For a listing of available support services in Beaumont, view the Community Service Directory.

Public City Facilities during COVID-19

Outdoor facilities are beginning to reopen, in accordance with Provincial guidelines. Details can be found HERE.

Tennis Courts: Tennis and Pickleball at Parc Gobiel Park is closed for the season. Find more information HERE.


Outdoor Skating 


Preparations for the outdoor skating surfaces are are in the works. Stay tuned for opening dates, and exciting updates on the new groomed rinks! Find all the information you need at Skating and ODR Information.

Indoor Public Skating


At the Ken Nichol Regional Rec Centre, public skate is FREE! These times are sponsored by the City of Beaumont and by generous community sponsors. . Please note you can view public skate times and must pre-book your public skate session at clickit.beaumont.ab.ca. Call guest services at 780.929.7946 for help registering or for more information. 

PLEASE NOTE: Shinny is not currently being offered through the City of Beaumont. To receive updates on Shinny, please email community.programs@beaumont.ab.ca.

CSA approved helmets are MANDATORY for participants 12 years of age and younger, and for all Shinny Hockey session (full hockey equipment is recommended). Helmets are strongly recommended for all other participants for on-ice activities.

Recreation Guides


See the recent Activity Guide


Off-Leash Dog Parks


On September 1, 2020, Beaumont Council approved the development of city owned property south of Twp 505 and west of RR 243 for an off leash dog park and baseball diamond complex. Work on this property will begin in Fall 2020.

On March 30, 2020, a zig-zag entry was installed at the temporary dog parks to eliminate the need for users to come into contact with the gate. Please note that the park will no longer be completely secure. We have taken this measure to reduce potential touch points.

There are two temporary areas to let your canine friend run! 
All-Breeds: North of 50th Ave, east of the new Beaumont Sport & Recreation Centre construction site.
Small dogs: North-West of Rue Eaglemont, South of 64th St. 

Dog Park Regulations

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