Too Cold To Play Outside?
Indoor Activites To Keep You Warm
Northern Manitoba is well known for its beautiful snow-covered terrain. Fun for so many outdoor sports, like snowmobiling, ice fishing, dog sledding and many more. Most of the time, dressing for the weather is enough to keep us enjoying the outdoors all winter long. However, even the most avid outdoors person can get a bit too cold, longing for warmer options.
With temperatures sometimes dipping below -30˚C for weeks at a time, especially in the January-February months, it's a great idea to have a few indoor activities planned. Here are some indoor options to remain active and entertained during these colder days or if you just want to do something fun to warm up.
2. Roy H. Johnston Arena
The arena and concession are open to public skating, scrub drop-in & family skating. We suggest calling ahead to book a space for the Family Skating. Follow them on Facebook or Instagram for the most recent schedules. Rates start at $5.50, kids under 5 are free. They also offer skate rentals & sharpening.
4. Le Pas de Danse
5. Gordon Lathlin Memorial Centre
The arena offers indoor skating and has a concession available. We suggest calling ahead for open ice times and rates.
6. Cranberry Portage Arena
2. The Pas Regional Library
Check out their latest selection of books or join in on one of their events. Family story time, drop-in playgroup and the Boardgame Group (13+) are all free weekly programs worth checking out! Follow them on Facebook, Instagram or check out their website for more information.
4. The Pas Billiards and Sports Bar
Enjoy some classic pub food while playing a few rounds of pool, darts or simply hang out with some pals. Families are welcome! Check them on on Facebook.
Su & W 5pm-1am
Th, F, Sa 5pm-2am