Important Update

For any rinks that are closed please stay off the ice as it's not safe to skate on, and you will damage it. Temperatures have to be -5 degrees or below for several days in a row for the ice to be safe and not get damaged.

Masks are required on ice rinks as outlined by the Town of Caledon Mandatory Face Covering By-law 2020-47.

Outdoor Rinks

All outdoor rinks are weather dependent. Check individual signs posted at rinks or check the list below to see if a rink close to you is ready to be used. 

A reminder that rinks are to be used at your own risk. Please abide by all public health guidelines including gathering limits and distancing measures. Do not vandalize or damage the rinks. We ask that all users be respectful of the work our community volunteers and staff have put into these rinks.  

Community rinks are maintained by volunteers and Town rinks by staff. Pre-registration is required for Town Rinks. Please see below for more information. 

Rink Rules
  • Maintain a physical distance of 6 feet at all times (excluding members of the same household)
  • Non-medial masks and face coverings are required outdoors when physical distancing cannot be maintained
  • Follow capacity limits outlined below
  • Masks and social distancing are strongly encouraged
  • Follow posted schedules as applicable
  • Register online to use Town rinks - details below
  • Do not use the rink when closed
  • Helmets are strongly recommended for all
  • Skates are required when on the ice
  • Use at your own risk
Community Rinks - dawn to dusk

No reservations are required. These rinks are on a  first-come, first-served basis. 

Name Location Capacity Status
Alton Community Rink 35 Station St. 5 OPEN
Bolton Community Rink Adam Wallace Park
128 Cedargrove Rd.
Bolton Community Rink RJ Potts Parks
125 Pembrook St.
Caledon Village Community Rink

Caledon Central Public School
18357 Kennedy Rd.

Cheltenham Community Rink

Charles Haines Park
14190 Creditview Rd.

Inglewood Community Rink Lloyd Wilson
15551 McLaughlin Rd.
Mono Mills Community Rink John Nichols Park
10 Simcoe St.
Palgrave Community Rink Palgrave Park
17255 Mount Hope Rd.
Southfields Community Rink John Clarkson Park
415 Dougall Ave.
Valleywood Community Rink Lina Marino Park
105 Valleywood Blvd.
 Town Rinks - 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Based on recommendations from Peel Public Health, Town rinks require pre-registration as part of enhanced safety measures. These rinks are maintained by Town staff.

Name Location Capacity Status
John's Rinks

Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness
14111 Hwy 50

Ralph's Rink Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness
14111 Hwy 50
Rink 1 (North) Caledon Civic Campus
6215 Old Church Rd.
Rink 2 (South) Caledon Civic Campus
6215 Old Church Rd.

Plan your visit to Town rinks in advanced by reserving a spot online. Outdoor skating reservations are available 48 hours in advance.

Browse and register 

Drop-ins are not permitted. You must reserve a spot if you want to skate.

 Frequently Asked Questions - Town Rinks 

The following information applies to rinks located at the Caledon East Civic Complex and Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness.  

 How do I register to skate at Town Rinks?

Registration for outdoor recreation skate is available 48 hours prior to the start time. All registrations must be completed online or by calling 905-584-2272 ext. 7327.

Please note that reservations are required for all participants. Participants under the age of 10 years must be accompanied by a parent/guardian 16 years of age or older.

A recreation account is needed to register pre-register for drop in activities. For more information on how to set up an account see My Recreation Account. 

Browse and register

Drop-ins are not permitted. You must reserve a spot if you want to skate.

Closures or cancellations

Ice conditions will vary throughout the winter due to weather or unexpected circumstances which may result in rink closures for additional maintenance. If outdoor skating is cancelled all efforts will be made to notify registrants by email. Please check this webpage for updates.

Please let us know if you are unable to attend your reservation by calling 905.584.2272. 

 What Health and safety measures are in place?

The Town of Caledon has implemented enhanced safety measures to ensure the wellbeing of the public and staff. 

COVID-19 safety precautions include: 

  • Reservations are required to manage capacity and to ensure social/physical distancing

  • Health screening questions will be asked upon registration 

  • 30 minute buffers between reservations have been implemented to allow for outgoing groups to clear out, for ice maintenance, and time for sanitization of common spaces

  • It is required to maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from other skaters (excluding members of the same household)

  • Non-medical masks and face coverings are required outdoors when physical distancing cannot be maintained

  • Non medical masks and face coverings are mandatory in washrooms

  • Increased signage is in place to remind residents of COVID-19 safety guidelineand recommended hygienic practices. 

 What are the capacities at Town Rinks?

Town rink capacities have been determined by Peel Public Health. Capacities are specific to the Town Rinks at Caledon East Civic Campus and Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness. 


Caledon East Civic Campus - 17 each rink

Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness - 12 each rink

 Are masks required?

Masks/face coverings are mandatory when waiting in line and when physical distancing cannot be maintained with those outside of your household, as per Reg 82/20z. Face coverings are mandatory on rinks as per Town of Caledon By-Law 2020-47.

Is parent/guardian supervision required for children under 10 years of age? 

Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Everyone must register for capacities and tracing purposes.  

What activities and equipment are allowed on the outdoor rinks? 
  • No scrimmage, game play, drills or skill development.
  • No sticks, pucks and skate aids at this time. 
  • Do not speed or figure skate, backwards skate or participate in horseplay.
  • Do not carry children while on the ice.