Lace up! 6 Awesome Outdoor Skating Rinks and Trails in Toronto

Twirl, leap or gingerly make your way across the ice at one of these classic and new outdoor Toronto skating rinks and trails.

natrel rink

Greenwood
This newly renovated outdoor skating facility offers both a skating trail and a covered outdoor arena. Cozy changing area provided.
150 Greenwood Ave, Toronto

Nathan Philips Square

The most iconic skating rink in the city. Located in the heart of the city, skate rentals available.
100 Queen St W, Toronto

Brick Works

outdoor ice rinks in TorontoThis lovely skating rink offers a simple skating trail that is perfect for beginner skaters. Skate rentals available.
550 Bayview Ave, Toronto

Natrel Rink

Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Harbourfront’s Natrel Rink is a fabulous spot to skate with the family. Saturday nights the rink is hopping with an on site DJ.
235 Queens Quay W, Toronto

The Bentway Skate Trail

The Bentway’s unique figure-eight skate trail opens for its second season on December 21, 2018. Just in time for the holidays! Skate rentals and skating lessons will be offered again this year, there will be curated food and beverage options on select dates, and an expanded winter village full of snuggly blankets, warming lounges, and fire pits.

250 Fort York Blvd , Toronto

>> More on the Bentway! 

Colonel Samuel Smith Park

This west end skating trail is a true treasure. The trail loops through the trees and around a small pond in the midst of the beautiful CSS Park.

>> Family Outing to Colonel Samuel Smith Park

3145 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto

 

 

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