Regional Play

Travel teams* (ie. Regional, Provincial, Rep teams) play against other ringette associations in our provincial zone, balancing skill development, fun and friendship as players grow on and off the ice. The level of competition and expectation of commitment is higher at this level. Players are expected to attend weekly practices and games. Skaters require skates (no pick!), full protective gear (shin guards, girdle/pants OR socks/hockey shorts, chest protector, elbow pads, neck guard, gloves), a ringette stick and a CSA-approved helmet with ringette cage. 

Registration includes: 

  • Weekly practices over 26 weeks from September-March alternating between Gravenhurst and Bala arenas. Days and times to be determined 
  • Practices are 50-minutes long
    • Breaks align with the school year calendar
  • 10 home and 10 away games
  • Administrative costs, including Ringette Ontario fees ($80+ per player)
  • Use of a home and away game jersey (must be returned in good condition)
  • Final regional tournament team entrance fee  
  • End of year banquet & awards

In 2024/2025, the Muskoka Royals will be offering the following regional teams: 

    • FUN3 (players born in 2015/2016)
    • U12 (players born in 2013/2014)
    • U14 (players born in 2011/2012)
    • U16 (players born in 2009/2010)
    • U19 (players born in 2007/2018)


2024/2025 Registration Details:

FUN3 to U19 Registration Fee: $850 Earlybird (if registered by June 1)

$900 Regular

Practice Time: TBD Gravenhurst and Bala practices 

Though we do our best to include all anticipated fees in the registration cost, OPTIONAL opportunities may be offered for additional fees. Fees for additional tournaments, skill clinics, power skating, extra practices,  and other wardrobe expectations are paid for separately by the parent/player and are not part of the registration fee. These additional costs, except for tournament fees,  are generally optional and will be communicated in advance to player families. 

Player registration influences the array of team options available to players. Players will be assigned to their age-appropriate team, and moves may be considered at the Royals Board discretion on a case-by-case basis through the Ringette Ontario approved policies and procedures. 

Parents must be in the arena when their kids are in the arena or appoint another adult as caretaker of their player while away. Like most organized sports, all registered players must submit proof of completion of the Respect In Sport For Parents program for at least one parent/guardian before the player steps onto the ice. It is a one-time course, so if a parent/guardian has already taken it for another child or sport, that proof of completion is valid for this use. The parent/guardian's unique completion code can be submitted upon registration or later via email to


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