OVER 30 VENUES THROUGHOUT WINNIPEG
Winnipeg will welcome over 8,500 athletes from around the world competing at 30 venues. All venues and communities look forward to the excitement of the Games in 2023.
Birds Hill Provincial Park
Birds Hill Provincial Park is comprised of over 25 sq. km of outdoor green space with groomed and paved biking trails and a river fed lake. Camping onsite including picnic sites, swimming areas, a restaurant and concession. Birds Hill Park played host to the 2017 Canada Summer Games triathlon and cycling events.
Address: Provinical Park, Manitoba
Fort Whyte Alive
Fort Whyte Alive’s Bison Butte Recreational Trails are a legacy venue from the 2017 Canada Summer Games mountain biking competition, these adaptive trails will play host to the mountain biking and cyclo-cross competitions.
Address: 1961 McCreary Rd, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2K9
Lockport (Red River Cats)
Situated on the banks of Manitoba’s famous Red River within sight of the locks in Lockport, the premier location of one of Manitoba’s richest fishing environments has long been known as a home to the area’s famous catfish.
Address: Red River, Lockport, Manitoba
Boasting 4 NHL-size rinks, restaurant services, and a pro shop, this multi-purpose facility is recognized as a Hockey Canada Centre of Excellence and is the training facility for the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets & AHL’s Manitoba Moose.
Address: 3969 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3K 1W4
RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg
Located downtown, RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg is the 4th largest convention centre in Canada with 3 floors of flexible event space and one of Western Canada’s top competition venues for multiple sports.
Address: 375 York Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3C 3J3
Sargent Park Beach Volleyball Centre
A legacy venue from the 2017 Canada Summer Games, originally planned as a temporary build, the demand of summer use by beach volleyball created the opportunity for 10 permanent beach volleyball courts following the Games.
Address: 999 Sargent Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3E 3K6
Located downtown, Shaw Park is a multi-use facility that is home to the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball’s Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball team and hosts outdoor sporting events with a capacity of 7,481.
Address: 1 Portage Ave E, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3N3
St. Vital Curling Club
St. Vital is a 6 sheet curling facility with a full-service kitchen and viewing areas for spectators. This facility hosts provincial and national championships annually and is the home rink to Olympic Champion Jennifer Jones.
Address: 286 Regal Avenue, Winnipeg, MB. R2M 0P5
The Forks is Manitoba’s number one tourist and event destination, attracting more than four million visitors annually. The 54-acre site is a multi use space that plays host to sport, cultural and entertainment events alike.
Address: 1 Forks Market Rd, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4L9
University of Manitoba, Investors Group Athletic Centre
The Investors Group Athletic Centre is home to the University of Manitoba Bison men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams. The gym floor area is made up of three international-size basketball and volleyball courts.
Address: 315 Chancellor Matheson Rd, Winnipeg, MB R3T 1Z2
University of Manitoba, University Stadium
This track and field facility features a 400-metre that surrounds the sport facilities of all athletics disciplines that is all encased within a bowl shape design that provides wind protection for athletes and spectators.
Address: 225 Chancellor Matheson Rd, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2E8
University of Winnipeg, Bill Wedlake Fitness Centre
The Bill Wedlake Fitness Centre at the University of Winnipeg is a state of the art facility that covers nearly 6,000 square feet and features national competion squash and racquestball courts.
Address: 380 Young St, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2S4
University of Winnipeg, Duckworth Centre
The Duckworth Centre is the University of Winnipeg’s premiere athletic facility. The national varsity gymnasium can be separated into 3 cross courts or 1 centre court with two retractable bleachers.
Address: 400 Spence St, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2S4
Winnipeg Trap and Skeet Club
The Winnipeg Trap & Skeet Club is Manitoba’s largest shotgun shooting venue. Operating a 20-acre facility 2.5 miles southwest of Oak Bluff, the Club hosts programs and competitions annually.
Address: Boundary Commission Trail, Oak Bluff, MB R0G 1N0
WSF North Soccer Complex
Winnipeg Soccer Federation North is a 163,000 sq. ft. indoor facility with FIFA-sized pitches which can be divided into four full size indoor (Futsol) fields, circular seating for 1500 spectators, 16 change rooms, a concession and a pro shop on the second-floor mezzanine.
Address: 770 Leila Ave, Winnipeg, MB R2P 2W7