An ever growing guide to outdoor natural and synthetic skating rinks in York Region, Durham, Toronto, Peel and Halton Region. Find a rink near you to spend a fun, fresh, memorable day with the family or help us grow this list by recommending a rink to add!
It’s time to dig out the toboggans and enjoy the powder while it lasts. Find toboggan hills in York and Durham Regions as well as some Toronto toboggan hills you can check out for a fun filled day with the family.
Family Time on the Slopes - Skiing has become our favourite family activity. Southern Ontario has hills big enough for the whole family to have plenty of fun on and many offer private and group lessons. Find Ski & Snowboarding in Southern Ontario...
Harbourfront Centre has opened the Natrel Rink for the 2014/2015 skating season. Harbourfront Centre invites visitors to enjoy free public skating on the city’s most scenic rink, now to March 2015.
All aboard!!! Celebrate the season at a holiday train show or even a ride on a holiday train - a perfect old fashioned tradition to get you in the spirit of the season for the whole family.
Your local Tim Hortons Restaurant Owners are bring you Tim Hortons Free Holiday Skate - Complimentary skating time at local arenas in participating communities across Canada. Spend your Holiday break having fun together with family and friends!
Ho Ho Ho! It's that time of year - ready or not - here comes Santa! Find a parade in your area or make it a family trip to visit somewhere new! There are so many great parades in the GTA and north of Toronto.
Inspired by the Old World and influenced by the New, this free annual event captures all of the tradition, heritage and charm of a European Christmas Market with family friendly entertainment including musicians, carolers and children's choirs.
It's time for some 'cool' outdoor play! Winter carnivals are held in January and February each year - and are a great way to beat those winter blues. See dog sled racing, participate in traditional winter games, snow shoe, sledding and plenty of other creative winter activities.
The Canadian Ski Council SnowPass is here - offering 4th and 5th graders three complimentary lift tickets at each of the 150 participating ski areas, all across Canada.
Get ready, Toronto! It’s time to lace up and hit the ice, as Harbourfront Centre’s Learn to Skate program returns, from November 2016 – February 2017. Learn to Skate offers numerous classes tailored to suit skaters of all ages and skill levels, from Kinderskate to Adult Intermediate.
Keeping the family busy this weekend is going to be easy! The official holiday may be on the Monday, but you'll find events celebrating Family Day and Valentine's Day throughout the entire weekend. View some of our favourite family day picks for the holiday weekend.
During the February Ontario Family Fishing Event families can try ice fishing without the need for a fishing license! This is great way to try out the fun sport together as a family.
Heading into the forest in the winter can be an almost magical outing for the whole family. Bring along a camera to capture the quite beauty of the forest this time of the year. Find a trail for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing below, forest tracts make great winter (and summer) hikes as well.
This winter, get your family together to get outside and have a ton of fun while you all get active against cancer!
There is nothing quite like a gorgeous Fall day when the sun is shining and the leaves falling from the trees are every shade of red, yellow and orange.
You've most likely seen snow painting activities at winter festivals and other outdoor family events. Snow painting is a fun and creative winter activity that you can do at home. It's cheap, easy and get's the kids outside in the fresh air during the long winter months.