Recreation Services

Recreation Facilities

Currey Park

Currey Park is home to three baseball diamonds, a softball diamond, one-mile walking trail, waterfowl nesting sites, track oval and a picnic area. These grounds are maintained on a regular basis and host many busy evenings. The annual Canada Day Festival takes place at the park.

Goose Lake

Scenic Goose Lake is located within the town of Roblin. A campground situated by the lake has electrical hookups, barbecue pits, picnic sites, and fire wood.

Camping Rates: $
Serviced sites - $30/night
Unserviced sites - $10/night

Goose Lake is aerated and is stocked every year with Rainbow and Brown Trout, providing excellent fishing year-round. The lake is how Roblin became known as the Fly-Fishing Capital of Manitoba.

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Phone: (204) 937-8333

Roblin & District Centennial Arena

This spacious 1,200-seat facility is home to Roblin?s senior and minor hockey teams, figure skating club and the Recreation Administration office. The arena offers free public skating, concession, and heated seniors viewing area.

Location: 315 Hospital St, Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 260, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-8251

Roblin Curling Centre

The Curling Centre was built in 1987 and has four sheets of artificial ice complete with a refrigeration unit installed in 1997. Club bonspiels take place in March. The on-site concession and upstairs viewing lounge make you feel right at home while watching the roaring game.

Location: 305 Hospital Street, Roblin
Phone: (204) 937-4381

Roblin Golf & Country Club

The Roblin Golf & Country Club is a challenging, fully-irrigated, scenic 9-hole golf course with an excellent layout and setting. This course features undulating grass greens, various encounters with water and a full-service clubhouse and pro shop.

Location: Hwy 83 N., Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 31, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-4774
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Roblin Leisure Aquatic Centre

The Roblin Leisure Aquatic Centre is a facility that you might not expect to find in a small town. With determination, perseverance, and hard-work, Roblin built this first-class facility. A modern changeroom building opened in 2000 and a shade area was completed in 2001. The Aquatic Centre has the following amenities:

  • Junior Olympic-sized swimming pool
  • Spray fountains
  • 112-foot water slide
  • 10-person hot tub
  • Kiddies wading pool
  • Eating area with concession and picnic tables

Location: 245 Hospital Street, Roblin
Phone: (204) 937-8962

Recreation Programs

  • Roblin Karate Club
  • Summer Kids Camp
  • Co-ed Slo-Pitch League
  • Women’s, Men's, Senior, and Junior Golf Leagues
  • Women’s, Men's, Senior, and Junior Curling Leagues
  • Swimming Lessons
  • Figure Skating Program
  • Spring and Fall Soccer
  • Spring T-Ball
  • Minor Baseball & Hockey Associations
  • Girls’ Softball (Fast Pitch)
  • Senior Rec. Hockey League
  • After School Youth Rec. Hockey
  • Dance Programs
  • Summer Aquasize Classes
  • Lap, Adult, Public & Senior Swims
  • Summer Playpark Sessions

Additional art, first aid and wilderness courses occur based on interest and availability. Please call the office for an update on course listings or if you would like to request a course.

Contact Information

Recreation Director

Patricia Boguski
Roblin Recreation Commission
Box 260
Roblin, Manitoba
R0L 1P0
204.937.8251 (work)
204.937.3452 (fax)