Most Toronto outdoor rinks open this weekend

Rest to follow next week, except for rinks being renovated

Toronto has announced 36 of the 50 city-run outdoor rinks will open Nov. 26, with another 10 by Dec. 3.

Toronto outdoor rinks opening Nov. 26

Alexandra Park/Harry Gairey
Broadlands CC
Cedarvale Park
Christie Pits
Colonel Samuel Smith Park
Dieppe Park
Giovanni Caboto
Glen Long CC
Greenwood Park
High Park
Hodgson Public School Grounds
Irving W Chapley CC
Kew Gardens
Ledbury Park
Mel Lastman Square
Monarch Park
Nathan Phillips Square
North Toronto Memorial CRC/
Eglinton Park
Otter Creek Centre
Ramsden Park
Regent Park
Rennie Park
Rosedale Park
Royalcrest Rink
Scarborough Civic Centre/Albert Campbell Square
Sherbourne Common/ Paul Quarrington Ice Rink
Sir Adam Beck Rink
Sunnydale Acres Rink
Trinity Bellwoods Park
Van Horne Park/Pleasantview Rink
Wallace Emerson Park
West Deane Park/Martingrove
West Mall Rink
Westway Outdoor Rink
Withrow Park

Each outdoor rink offers its own drop-in programs, that include figure skating, leisure skating, hockey and Women’s hockey. Each drop-in program has its own schedule that is divided into different group.

The Queensway Rink, The Prince of Wales Rink, and Riverdale Park East Rink will be closed for the 2016-2017 season. While there isn’t an official reason behind the Queensway Rink being closed, Riverdale Park East is undergoing a revitalization project that won’t be completed until spring or early summer 2017.

On Nov. 23, the parks and recreation department announced that, due to a problem with the condition of the slab, the Prince of Wales Rink will be closed for the 2016-2017 season.

The McCown District Park outdoor rinks’ opening will be delayed due to construction. There’s no timetable on when it will be open.

To find an outdoor rink near you, check the map below: