Located off 43rd Avenue & 35th Street in the Hilltop Industrial Area.

100 Roszko Lane

Whitecourt, Alberta T7S 0A9

Phone 780-746-3000


Thursday & Friday: 4pm to 7pm

Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am to 4:30pm

Open Holidays and PD Days

*Hours may change due to weather or snow conditions but will be advertised on Facebook. For the safety of our patrons we do not operate on temperatures below -25C.

Eastlink Park Management

Eastlink Park Manager, Rebecca Schamehorn / Email

Outside Operations Manager, / Email


43 Acres of Skiable Area

Snow Making Capabilities

190 Feet/58M of Vertical Drop

Night Skiing

570' Conveyor Lift

Digital Rental Shop

Terrain Park with Rails, Boxes & Jumps

Rotary Chalet with Lockers

Beginner Ski Run

Outdoor Fire Pits

Tubing Run

And more.....



There are elements of risk that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce. Regardless of how you decide to use the slopes, always show courtesy to others. Please adhere to the codes listed below and share with others the responsibility for a safe outdoor experience.

Alpine Responsibility Code
  1. Always stay in control. You must be able to stop, or avoid other people or objects.
  2. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
  3. Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.
  4. Before starting downhill or merging onto a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
  5. If you are involved in or witness a collision/accident you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to the Ski Patrol.
  6. Always use proper devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
  7. Observe and obey all posted signs and warnings.
  8. Keep off closed trails and obey area closures.
  9. You must not use lifts or terrain if your ability is impaired through the use of alcohol or drugs.
  10. You must have sufficient physical dexterity, ability, and knowledge to safely load, ride, and unload lifts. If in doubt, ask the lift attendant.
Code of Conduct
  1. Abide by the Alpine Responsibility Code.
  2. Be cordial and respectful to all fellow skiers/riders and employees.
  3. Respect all area closures and slow zones.
  4. Refrain from profane or abusive language in all public areas.
  5. Zero tolerance of narcotics use.
  6. Be accountable for your own actions.
Snow Tubing Responsibility Code
  1. One person per tube ONLY in the sitting position. Number of persons per group is based on operators discretion.
  2. Before starting your descent, make sure the track is clear. Upon completion of your descent look uphill, clear the track immediately, exiting at marked areas only. Do not cross other tubing tracks.
  3. Do not stop where you obstruct a track or are not visible from above.
  4. If you are involved in or witness a collision, you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to a ski patroller.
  5. You must not use lifts, or terrain if your ability is impaired by alcohol or drugs.
  6. You must keep off closed tracks and obey officials, signs, and warnings at all times.
  7. After completion of SNOW TUBING, return tube to storage corral. Tubes must remain within the snow tubing park boundaries at all times.
  8. Children under 1.1 meters (42 inches) in height are not permitted to tube unless tethered to an accompanying adult 18 years of age or older.
Tube Park Rules
  1. No entrance permitted to the park without a valid snow tubing lift ticket.
  2. All participants must follow attendant’s instructions. Failure to do so will result in removal of your lift ticket without refund.
  3. Children under 1.1 meters (42 inches) in height are not permittedunless tethered to an accompanying adult 18 years of age or older..
  4. All minor age children are the responsibility of a parent or legal guardian at all times. Our staff will not be responsible for supervising/monitoring children’s activity. All parents, participants must realize and accept that there is no guarantee of your personal safety.
  5. Ski boots are not permitted to be worn while tubing.
  6. Helmets are required.
  7. Unsafe conduct will result in the removal of lift ticket without refund.
  8. Chute conditions vary with weather and use. Please be aware of conditions before purchasing snow tubing tickets. No refunds will be given. Use of any sliding device other than the tubes provided by Management is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.
  9. Management will not be responsible for personal injury, damage, or wear to your clothing due to any cause whatsoever while you are engaged in snow tubing and/or any activity associated with snow tubing.

Know the Code - Be Safety Conscious

It is Your Responsibility

Safety & Risk Awareness

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A Group of Dedicated Volunteers

Skiing, snowboarding, and winter recreation activities have had a long history in our Whitecourt and Woodlands communities.

The first skiing took place informally on the site of this existing in-Town facility and in Woodlands County on Whitecourt Mountain – on sites wherever people could find a good slope, good terrain, and easy access to hike back to the top! This informal use evolved into the formation of the first Whitecourt Ski Club; and in the 1970’s the group developed a facility on the site we have today. The facility featured a heated shelter, a T-bar lift, and groomed runs and was a great addition to the community. It was very successful during the 1970's and early 1980's; but unfortunately closed in the early 1980's due to the loss of key volunteers and fire damage to the shelter.

The Ski Club re-formed several years later, and building on the success of past experiences, made the decision to expand operations to create an enhanced facility on Whitecourt Mountain, located approximately 20 km south west of Whitecourt. Improvements were made to the site, and it operated for several years, but ceased operations for a number of reasons – access, high costs for development, and weather patterns.

After a number of years, a group of dedicated volunteers came together with the goal of re-establishing a winter recreation park for the area. Extensive public input was obtained; and a decision was made to resurrect the in-Town site we have today. The group's vision was to create a fun, affordable, and family friendly facility, easily accessed by all users. As seen by the development to date, the Whitecourt Woodlands Winter Recreation Park Society has accomplished a tremendous amount of work in a short time and was extremely excited to see the park open for the 2015/2016 season.


The Winter Recreation Park, now Eastlink Park, is a joint community initiative made possible through the combined efforts of the Town of Whitecourt, Woodlands County, Whitecourt Woodlands Winter Recreation Park Society, volunteers, sponsors and community partners.