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Outdoor Skating Rinks

Outdoor Skating Rinks Category

Friday Harbour: The Skate Escape

Celebrate the joys of the winter season at Friday Harbour with The Skate Escape, featuring ice skating, live entertainment, and more! Discover a winter wonderland at this luxury lifestyle resort community on the shores of Lake Simcoe with an outdoor program that runs during both the afternoon and evening, and
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Skating Events
Guide to the Best Skating Events in Toronto

Winter weather can be pretty topsy-turvy here in Toronto. There may not always be snow on the ground, but there is always ice! Thanks to city-run rinks with cooling equipment, as well as independent organizers, there are numerous well-maintained spots to go skating around town. So, why not get the
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Hangar Skate

Hangar Skate is a free pop-up skating rink, outside an airplane hangar at the Hangar District in Downsview. The event features immersive light shows in the evenings, Friday DJ Skate Nights and free skating lessons in the afternoons (first-come, first served), plus skate rentals. Hangar Skate When: January 19 –
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WinterViews at RendezViews

The outdoor downtown venue RendezViews presents WinterViews, a new skating experience that is like a cottage retreat in a winter wonderland, where you can enjoy free skating on a synthetic rink under the twinkling lights of the bustling Entertainment District. There is also a cozy communal lodge, complete with food and
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Ontario Provincial Park Skating
Guide to the Best Spots to Go Skating at an Ontario Provincial Park

You’ve skated on the city’s outdoor and indoor hockey rinks… but have you ever gone skating in the wilds of Ontario? It’s possible in our gorgeous province’s parks! Families can even camp in heated cabins and yurts for a fully immersive natural winter experience. Rush into our Guide to the
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Outdoor Skating
Guide to the Best Spots to Go Outdoor Skating in Toronto (Updated for 2023/2024 Season)

It’s getting chilly in Toronto and that has everyone thinking about outdoor winter activities. Opportunities for ice skating have become more plentiful in the city in recent years, with freeform paths being built in parks and even under highways! Outdoor skating is one of those rare activities that families of
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