Map of City of Toronto’s Indoor & Outdoor Rinks

Indoor skating is already underway and outdoor rinks are open at the end of November/ early December.

To make it easier for you to see what’s around you, below are maps of both indoor and outdoor rinks operated by the City of Toronto.

 

 

Indoor Arenas & Rinks in Toronto

Click on a marker (rink) near you and then click on the rink name to launch the City’s website and schedule for that rink.

View Indoor Arenas and Rinks in Toronto in a full screen map

 

Outdoor Rinks in Toronto

The map does not include Harbourfront and Brick Works as these are not operated by the City of Toronto.

Click on a marker (rink) near you and then click on the rink name to launch the City’s website and schedule for that rink.

View Map of Outdoor Skating Rinks in Toronto in a full screen map

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  1. Laverne (Reviews: 0) says:

    Continue doing work ,great job! Very much appreciated!

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  2. Marion (Reviews: 3) says:

    To help out other families, here are some of the tips/rules for PUBLIC skating in most rinks in Toronto:
    1) Children under 6 need to wear a CSA-approved helmet (a face mask is not required – this is only required for taking lessons).
    2) Bob skates are allowed for public skating (but not for lessons)
    3) Some rinks are now allowing skating assisted devices (like those rails that kids can hold onto and push around the rink) in the “beginner skater” section of the rink.
    4) Good times to go with young kids are during the Caregiver & Tot public skating times – check the Parks & Rec site for specific times at your rink.
    5) Go skate – it’s FREE and holding up a kid who can’t skate while balancing on your own skates is a really good workout for your core. :)

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