Skating

Indoor Rinks

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Skating Lessons

Skating lessons are back! Lessons will be offered once, weekly. Offerings vary by facility. 

Locations:

  • Albion Bolton Community Centre
  • Caledon East Community Complex
  • Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena
  • Mayfield Recreation Complex

Programs:

  • Group Lessons - Skating (levels Preschool 1-3, Youth 1-2)
  • Low-Ratio Lessons - Skating (2 participants per class, level dependent)
  • Private Lessons - Skating (Preschool 1-3, Youth 1-2 and Adult)
  • Hockey Skills and Drills

 

 Helmets

Participant must wear properly fastened CSA approved hockey helmet and skates.

  • If your child does not have a CSA approved hockey helmet they will not be allowed on the ice. Participants are strongly recommended to wear full lexan/acrylic face shield (e.g. Bauer full face shield).
  • Bicycle, multi-sport and snowboarding/skiing helmets are not permitted.  
 Clothing and Helpful Tips
All Learn to Skate participants are encouraged to:
  • Wear warm layers including snow pants, jacket and gloves
  • Sharpen their skate blades if they have not done so in a while (dull skates will make it difficult to skate)

 

Single Visit (Drop-in) Skates

The Town of Caledon offers a variety of single visit skates including:

  • Parent and Child Skate 
  • Public Skate (including, Adult 18+ and Adult 55+)
  • Shinny (including, Youth, Adult 18+, Adult 55+, and Women's)
  • Shinny - Stick and Puck (Parent and Child) 

Locations:

  • Albion Bolton Community Centre 
  • Caledon East Community Complex 
  • Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena 
  • Mayfield Recreation Complex  

 

Registration

Skating lessons require pre-registration. All registrations must be completed online or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.

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Withdrawals

Should you wish to fully withdraw from your registered program, please send your request to recreation@caledon.ca.

Alternatively, please contact Recreation Customer Service at 905-584-2272 x.7327 and we will be happy to assist.

Outdoor Rinks

Community Rinks - Town Maintained

The following town-maintained outdoor rinks are available, this season. Please check back here for open/closed status.

LocationHoursStatus

Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness

Ralph's Rink and John's Rink

14111 Regional Road 50, Bolton

Monday - Friday:

5:45 a.m. - 10:15 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday:

7 a.m. - 7:45 p.m.

Open

John Clarkson Park

Skate Loop

415 Dougall Avenue, Caledon

Monday - Sunday:

10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Open

Community Rinks - Volunteer Maintained

Community Rinks will be available once the weather is conducive to creating and managing the ice. Please visit your local community rink where open/closed status will be posted.

The following Community Rinks have volunteers confirmed to maintain the ice and will open once the weather allows:

  • Alton
  • Caledon Village
  • Humberview Tennis Courts
  • Inglewood
  • Mono Mills
Volunteers are needed in other communities

 

Skating is a favourite pastime for many of our residents, and we need your help to provide outdoor skating opportunities this winter.

We're looking for volunteers to support several community rinks around town. You will be responsible for maintaining the ice surface from January until March (weather dependent) and communicating with a Town-appointed liaison on the status of the rink throughout the season.

 

  • Valleywood Community Rink
  • Caledon Village Community Rink (more volunteers needed)
  • Palgrave Community Rink

 

Interested in volunteering? Contact recreation@caledon.ca.