WINTER SEASON

The ice rink and the sports Chalet are CLOSED for the rest of the winter season.

The cross-country skiing trails are accessible.

Sports Chalet

The Sports Chalet is open from December to March, depending on weather conditions.

This chalet has large panoramic windows that face the ice trails and rinks, making it the perfect place to lace up your skates and ski boots before using the trails or simply rest and warm up in front of the fireplace.

The schedule for the entire recreation facility, including the two hockey rinks, the slide as well as the snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails that start at the Sports Chalet and follow the Jacques-Cartier River, is as follows:

Regular schedule

Monday to Thursday: 13:00 to 21:00 hrs
Friday to Sunday: 10:00 to 22:00 hrs
Spring Break and Statutory Holidays: 10:00 to 22:00 hrs

Prices

Again this year, there will be a fee for non-residents who use the recreation facility.

The price to use the ice rinks, the cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails or the slide are:

One-day access: $ 5.00 per person
Seasonal Pass: $ 30.00 per person
Family Pass: $ 80.00 (2 adults with one child and up)

Access is free for children 5 years old and under.

Shannon residents can avoid waiting to access the site with their season pass.

Passes for the Sports Chalet can be obtained by simply showing an ID card with proof of residence.

Contact information

73, Gosford road
Shannon, QC G0A 4N0
Tel.: 418 844-2751
Email: loisirs@shannon.ca

  • Please note that if there is no response, this means that the rink is closed.
  • Please note that hockey sticks are not allowed on the skating trails.

Summer Season

Baseball field


Our baseball field is available to citizens. It can be booked for one or more friendly games or for a league.

Reservations are free of charge, but a security deposit of $100 (for residents) and $200 (for non-resident) is required in cash upon reservation. This deposit will be kept for the duration of the agreement. If there is no damage to the field, the deposit will be returned in full at the end of the reservation. Otherwise, this amount may be used to cover the costs of any damage.

A reservation is not necessary to use the field; however, if a user would like the city to prepare the field (to set up the plates, draw the lines, etc.), a reservation is required.

In addition, a user who has a reservation contract has priority over users who do not have a contract but who wish to use the field at the same time.

We advise users to bring their own equipment, but reserving the field gives you access to equipment (sticks, gloves) if you need it.

To make a reservation or for information

418 844-1085 or loisirs@shannon.ca

Volleyball court

Our volleyball court is available to citizens. It can be reserved for one or more friendly games or for a league.

Reservations are free of charge, but a security deposit of $100 must be provided when the contract is signed. This deposit will be kept for the duration of the agreement. If there is no damage to the court, the deposit will be returned in full at the end of the reservation. Otherwise, this amount may be used to cover the costs of any damage.

A reservation is not necessary to use the court; however, a user with a reservation contract will have priority over users without a contract who wish to use the court at the same time.

Users must provide their own ball.

To make a reservation or for information

418 844-1085 or loisirs@shannon.ca

Water games

The water games will be in operation at our recreation facility for the entire summer. Take advantage of these games to let your children cool off while having fun!

 

Activity chests

In the summer, three (3) City of Shannon parks are equipped with activity chests. These activity chests have been set up to allow citizens to enjoy our municipal parks using equipment provided by the city, at times that are convenient for them. Free play is an increasingly popular trend that meets the needs of today’s families.

The following parks have activity chests:

  • Municipal parc
  • Barry parc
  • Oak parc

Outdoor fitness equipment

Do you want to work out but do not want to spend your summer indoors? Take advantage of our outdoor fitness equipment. It is both practical and fun!

Hockey rinks

The hockey rinks will remain available to the public during the summer. This way, you can practise your favourite sport even when there is no ice! The nets will remain on the rinks but users must provide their own sticks and balls.

These rinks can be reserved for a friendly game or for a league.

Reservations are free of charge but a security deposit of $100 (for residents) and $200 (for non-resident) is required in cash upon reservation. This deposit will be kept for the duration of the agreement. If there is no damage to the field, the deposit will be returned in full at the end of the reservation. Otherwise, this amount may be used to cover the costs of any damage.

A reservation is not necessary to use the court; however, a user with a reservation contract will have priority over users without a contract who wish to use the court at the same time.

Archery field

Whether you wish to practice archery as a sport or for hunting, our recreation facility has a shooting range that you can use.

To access the field, you need to obtain a season pass, available at the City Hall reception. The pass is free for residents and $20 for non-residents.

Obviously, users are responsible for ensuring their own safety and that of others while on the range. Targets are available for users but everyone must provide their own shooting equipment.

 

 

Pétanque fields

So, do you shoot or point? Some petanque courts are at your disposal to have fun.

Users must provide their own equipment.

Please note :

  • Dogs are prohibited on the site.
  • The Tobacco control act prohibits smoking on sports fields and playgrounds.

Contact information

73, Gosford road
Shannon (Quebec) G0A 4N0
Tel : 418 844-1085
Email : loisirs@shannon.ca