Skating Rinks in Brampton

Outdoor Skating Rinks in Brampton and Indoor Skating Rinks in Brampton

The warm weather is unfortunately behind us but we still find outselves searching for family entertainment, and with the Winter Weather starting to begin, why not keep the kids busy, healthy and active this winter with Skating. Use this as your guide to Outdoor Skating in Brampton and Indoor Skating Areas in Brampton. The best part about winter is that Public Outdoor Skating is very low cost, and time spent outdoors during the winter can actually help build your immune system, get you active and help you gather essential nutrients like Vitamin D. Staying active is essential to our health and wellbeing and Brampton is offering many options for residents to enjoy safe, open air activities during the winter months while maintaining physical distancing.

Outdoor Skating in Brampton – FREE Outdoor Skating Locations

The City of Brampton operates 4 outdoor Brampton Skating Rinks: Chinguacousy Park Skate Trail, Mount Pleasant Outdoor Skating Rink, and Gage Park Outdoor Skating Trail, and Gore Meadows Community Centre. Plus in 2020 they opened a few extras so I have included them on the list and will update if they are available for 2021.

Skating Protocols:

  • As of Dec 1, 2021 – Masks are recommended when 2 metre distance cannot be maintained but are not Required.
  • *NEW* Please be advised that Mount Pleasant, Chinguacousy Park, and Gore Meadows outdoor skate locations now permit the use of City-provided skate aids.  A limited number of skate-aids are available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Skate aids are thoroughly cleaned between skates. Participants using skate aids are required to provide and use their own CSA approved hockey helmet and full facemask. In addition to skate aids, “Skateez” are permitted on all outdoor skating rinks.

 

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Chinguacousy Park​ Skate Trail: Target Date Dec 4th, 2021

Designed in a canal shape that allows easy and comfortable flow for skaters of all abilities to practice their skills. If your not a skater but enjoy watching your kids on the ice there is lots of seating along the trail. The rink can accommodate up to 500 skaters and is 2000 sq metres of ice. The rink is in the centre of the park between the snack bar and barn. Signage throughout the park will assist in directing people to the trail.

Washrooms are located at the rink  in the service building, and seating areas for skate changes are available around the canal. 


Location
9050 Bramalea Road, Brampton

Hours of Operation

 

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Gage Park: Target Date December 4th, 2021

Brampton’s original Skating trail located in the heart of Brampton across from City Hall. This rink is an oval shape and you can skate through the trees while looking at the majestic light display located around the park. Gage park has been attracting family and friends to come skate for free for years.  Washrooms, and change areas are available inside the little hut on property.

If you visit on the weekends Friday evening through Sunday afternoon then you can enjoy skating to music played by a DJ or warm up at the fire pit!

Skate/Helmet Rentals and a Food Trailer are operational Thursdays to Sundays.*weather permitting

Location
Main St. South and Wellington St. West in Downtown Brampton

Hours of Operation

 

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Mount Pleasant Community Rink: Target Date December 8th, 2021

Located in the heart of the Mount Pleasant community area of Brampton. This a small rectangular shaped rink but is often very quiet and not as busy as the other two rinks in Brampton. There are washrooms available inside the Mount Pleasant library but it is only open certain times. Skate rentals and change rooms are not available at this location however benches are provided around the skating rink for changing skates.

Location

100 Commuter Drive in Brampton (North of Mount Pleasant GO Station)

Hours of Operation

 

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Gore Meadows Community Rink (Brampton) Target Date Dec 8th, 2021

Located in the heart of the Gore Meadows community area of Brampton. This rink is nearly 900 sq ft and features a covered roof that protects the rink from the elements especially the sun that melts the snow. The rink also features two accessible washrooms and one universal change room with lockers.
Location:
10100 The Gore Rd, Brampton

Earnscliffe Park Outdoor Skating Rink – artificial ice  (Target Date Dec 13, 2021)

Location:
44 Eastbourne Drive​ (Clark Boulevard and Eastbourne Drive)​

Morris Kerbel Park Outdoor Skating Rink – artificial ice (Target Date Dec 13, 2021)

Washrooms are available. Non-medical masks are required in washroom facilities. Benches are provided in designated areas for changing skates.​
Location:
292 Conestoga Drive​ (North of Bovaird Drive East and Conestoga Drive)

Flower City Community Campus Skating Rink – artificial ice (Target Date Dec 13, 2021)

Washrooms are available. Non-medical masks are required in washroom facilities. Benches are provided in designated areas for changing skates.
Location
8870 McLaughlin Road​ (Southwest Corner of McLaughlin & Queen Street West)

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Indoor Skating Rinks in Brampton

You can find Drop in Skating Times here.

 

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2. FREE Indoor Arena Skate

Have fun this winter! Tim Hortons restaurant owners are proudly offering complimentary skating during the winter season at local community arenas across the country.

2021 DATES COMING SOON

 

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1 thought on “Outdoor Skating Rinks in Brampton and Indoor Skating Rinks in Brampton”

  1. It’s winter where I am (Europe), but it gets a little too cold at times that I just want to chill at home than go out and sweat. 🙁

    I guess your list would make me go on a zumba class (hope there’s also one for adults)… and Spa day would be my to list! Ahhh we really should enjoy winter a bit more!

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