The City of Burlington, along with some awesome local residents support local Burlington outdoor skating rinks. We encourage you to bring the whole family to one of these great Burlington outdoor skating rinks, and enjoy the activities that winter has to offer. Once you’ve tired everyone out and have rosy cheeks, go home and make our homemade hot chocolate recipe! If you are looking for even more skating adventures, find out where to skate outdoors in Oakville (including Bronte Creek Provincial Park).

Burlington Outdoor Skating Rinks

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Open daily from 10am to 10pm, Rotary Centennial Pond in Spencer Smith Park also has skate rentals and sharpening services are available weekday evenings, weekends, and holidays. Children are required to wear a helmet and any child 10 years of age or younger must be accompanied by someone 14 years or older.

You can also find these neighbourhood rinks ready for skating:

  • Brant Hills Park
  • Central Park
  • Ireland Park
  • Orchard Park
  • Optimist Park
  • Palladium Park
  • Pineland Park
  • Sheraton Park
  • Sherwood Forest Park
  • Skyway Park
  • Tansley Woods Park
  • Wellington Park

Click here to view a map of Burlington Neighbourhood Rinks.

To find out about other winter fun events and activities happening locally in Burlington, follow the Burlington Kids Facebook page.

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