Visit Brampton’s newest outdoor skating trail at Chinguacousy Park?. Designed in an irregular ‘canal’ shape, it features natural bends to allow skaters of all abilities to practise their skills, while maintaining a comfortable flow. Seating is also available along the trail.
The trail boasts more than 2000 sq. meters of ice surface and can accommodate up to 500 skaters.
During the summer months, the 'canal' will become a large, shallow reflective pool.
The trail is located on the southern/central section of the park. It is accessible via the central mini golf parking lot, curling club parking lots and the west parking lot. It is also accessible through a variety of pedestrian pathways. Signage throughout the park will assist in directing people to the trail.
9050 Bramalea Road, Brampton
Hours of Operation
The skate trail will be open:
- Monday to Sunday, 10am – 10pm
Skate patrol staff will be on duty:
- Monday to Friday, 4pm – 10pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 10pm
Skate and helmet rentals and a food trailer are onsite Thursday to Sunday during the following hours:
- Thursday and Friday, 6pm – 9pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 9pm
We welcome large groups and schools during the weekdays. Give us a call at 905.458.6555 and let us know how we can help make your winter outing at Chinguacousy Park an amazing experience.
Washrooms are located at the trail in the service building, and seating areas for skate changes are available around the canal. Weather and conditions permitting.
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