The Best Skating Trails To Go To In Toronto & The GTA

The Best Skating Trails To Go To In Toronto & The GTA
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Since it’s winter time, the activities that you can do outdoors are more limited because of the cold weather. Although, a very fun and scenic activity that is enjoyed in the winter is ice skating. There are so many skating trails and paths in Toronto and the GTA that are great to get your body moving and breathe in some fresh air.

Here are the best skating trails to go to in Toronto & the GTA.


MacGregor Point Provincial Park

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Ontario Parks

The ice skating trail at MacGregor Point in Port Elgin is a premier winter attraction it also offers skiing, snowshoeing, camping, and other winter fun.

Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh Skating Trail

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Muskoka Lakes

Located in Bala, this trail is is open from December 27 until March Break with weather permitting. Skate a 1.2 km loop around 12 acres of cranberries. With forest on one side and cranberry beds on the other, this is a one-of-a-kind experience. Every Saturday night (weather permitting) 400 tiki torches are lit for Light the Night night skating.

The Bentway

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The Bentway

The Bentway transforms into a uniquely urban winter wonderland with the opening of a 220 metre skate trail under the Gardiner Expressway. It’s open seven days a week from 12-8:30pm.

Greenwood Park

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City Of Toronto

At Greenwood Park you can enjoy the skating trail or the covered outdoor rink, or both. Either way you’re sure to have a blast.

Arrowhead Provincial Park

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Discover Muskoka

The gorgeous Muskoka trail will open in January and skating will be available from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm everyday. The Trail will be closed between 11:30 am – 1:00 pm for scheduled maintenance. The 1.3 km Ice Skating trail winds through the thick Muskoka forest and is a winter experience like no other.

Colonel Samuel Smith Park

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City Of Toronto

This park is located along a stretch of wooded shoreline in the Kipling and Lakeshore are. It’s a skating path that’s in the shape of a figure-eight, plus, it gives skaters a great scenic view.

Barbara Ann Scott Skating Trail

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City Of Toronto

The five-metre-wide trail loops through College Park and is open from 10am until 10pm everyday.

Dieppe Park

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City Of Toronto

Dieppe Park Complex is located on Cosburn Avenue just east of Greenwood Avenue. It has an outdoor ice rink and a skating path to enjoy.

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