What you need to know about outdoor activities in Brampton


Brampton residents can band together for some outdoor activities this winter as Ontario enters a new lockdown.

The city offers opportunities for outdoor skating, skiing, snowboarding, tubing and winter programming to make it a “winter wonderland of activities for Brampton residents to take part in”.

There are seven locations for ice rinks in the city:

Chinguacousy Park Recreational Skating Trail

Earnscliffe Park Outdoor Skating Rink

Flower City Community Campus Outdoor Skating Rink

Gage Park Outdoor Recreational Skating Trail

Gore Meadows Indoor Outdoor Skating Rink

Morris Kerbel Park Outdoor Skating Rink

Mount Pleasant Outdoor Skating Rink

No reservations are required for the outdoor rinks. However, it is important to note that the rinks may temporarily close due to weather conditions or unscheduled maintenance. Check the condition of the rink before your visit.

Mount Chinguacousy is currently closed until January 14 (temporarily) due to hill conditions. Registered ski and snowboard programs must begin January 20. Recorded session programs are a series of programs that take place over several weeks. Participants register for a course and attend each course on the date and time scheduled to complete the course.

Brampton Recreation offers ski and snowboard lessons for kids and adults ages three and up.

All registrations will be processed on a first come, first served basis and residents register online.

Those entering the ski lodge, or entering the building to rent equipment, must present proof of vaccination.

Registered winter semester programs are suspended until the week of January 31. Program end dates cannot be changed. Those enrolled in the winter program will receive a pro-rated credit to their customer account to compensate for the reduced session length.

Customers with existing reservations for walk-in and à la carte programs will receive an automatic credit to their account.


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