What is nicer than skating the trail or rink on a beautiful Winter day or night. I have compiled a list of some the best around and the best part is, they are all FREE. I've even included a couple of my family's favourite trails.
December 18, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - January 31, 2021 @ 8:30 pm
Registration will open December 12 at 10am.
We are excited to be able to open our skate trail under the Gardiner for fun and safe skating this winter season. The trail will open on December 18 with a fixed capacity of 25 people. Pre-registration for timed entry will be available via Eventbrite on December 12 at 10am. See more
The Evergreen Brick Works outdoor skating rink weaves through snow-covered gardens under exposed beams from the roof of the old brick factory. Bring your own skates or rent a pair of ours! Skating is free, and skate rentals are available for $7.50 a pair.
The skate pavilion and concession at the southwest corner of the Square provides skate rental and change room space, skating rink support facilities, a food concession, public washrooms and a generous upper level roof terrace for residents and visitors to take in the panoramic view of the Square.
New on the scene in 2017 is the Hanna Park Skating Trail in Port Carling. With views of the Indian River, this skating trail is fun for the family. The trail is roughly 200m in length, and there is a packed walking trail right beside it. This is perfect for parents or grandparents to follow along as they watch the little ones rip around. There is no cost to use.
For skate trail conditions you can call our hotline at 905-771-5490.
The Richmond Green Skate Trail features:
The skate trail is located at 1300 Elgin Mills Road East right next to Tom Graham Arena.
Enjoy skating on the natural ice of Mill Pond in the winter. Make sure the ice is safe before skating. There is a sign posted at the south end of the pond.