Outdoor Skating

Outdoor skating

Gage Park Outdoor Skating Trail - Closed For The Season

Brampton’s skating trail at Gage Park attracts families and skating enthusiasts from Brampton and beyond. Come and skate through the trees of this majestic park, it’s a wonderful and unique experience, and it’s free!!

Located at Main St. S. and Wellington St. W. in Downtown Brampton
 
Sunday to Thursday  10am to 10pm
Friday’s and Saturdays 10am to 11pm
905.874.2820
 
Join us on Friday and Saturday evenings, as well as Sunday afternoons, skate to the sounds of a DJ and warm up at the fire pit! Skate/Helmet Rentals and a Food Trailer are operational Thursdays to Sundays. Both trailers could be available to open for large groups during the weekdays (please contact us).
 
We welcome large groups and schools during the weekdays.  Give us a call and let us know how we can help make your experience at Gage Park that much better!    
Contact:  905-874-2900

Change rooms and benches for skate changes are available. Weather and conditions permitting
  
 

Mount Pleasant Outdoor Skating Rink - Closed For The Season

Sunday - Thursday 10am - 9pm
Friday - Saturday 10am - 10pm 
Parent and Child Skating Saturday and Sunday 10am - 12pm  
Change rooms are not available at this location, benches are provided around the skating rink for changing skates.  
Located at 100 Commuter Drive, Brampton
Contact 905.840.4041
Skate rentals not available at this location.
Weather Permitting
 
*** Skate aids are only permitted during supervised Parent and Child Skates, and a CSA-approved hockey helmet with full facemask is mandatory when using this equipment.
 

Outdoor Smoking By-law

 

The Region of Peel’s Outdoor Smoking By-law, effective September 2, 2013, makes it against the law to smoke outdoors within nine metres (30 feet) of:

 
  • Entrances and exits of municipal buildings
  • Playground areas
  • Sports/activity areas
 

Recreational Skate Rules and Regulations

 
For the safety and enjoyment of our patrons, the following rules/guidelines shall apply to recreational skates:
 
  • Children under 10 years of age must be under direct supervision of a parent or guardian 16 years of age or older.
  • Helmets are strongly recommended for all Recreational Skate participants
 

Please refrain from the following on the ice surface:

 
  • Tag, horseplay, spraying or throwing of snow
  • Smoking, food or drink on the ice surface
  • Backward or Figure Skating (follow the skate direction)
  • The use of strollers, chairs or skating aids
  • Footwear other than ice skates
  • Carrying babies or young children
  • Hockey sticks
  • Entering ice surface while being resurfaced
  • Advanced skaters are not permitted in the beginner area for safety reasons
  • Skate guards are on the ice surface for your safety.