As of Wednesday, January 27, 2021, non-medical masks or face coverings are mandatory on the ice at all city-owned outdoor skating rinks for all participants over the age of ten. 

The city advises that participants of all ages are still required to wear a non-medical mask or face covering in all other areas of the skating enclosure, which includes washrooms, staging areas, and while waiting in line to check-in for a reserved skate.

Skating Reservations

Under current provincial lockdown measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, capacity limits and a reservation system have been implemented at outdoor ice rinks. Here is what the city advises:  

  • Plan your visit to an outdoor ice rink by making a reservation online using a new or existing Recreation registration account. 
  • Effective Sunday, January 24, outdoor skating can be reserved 24 hours in advance of the chosen time for the following day. 
  • Due to high demand and limited capacity, residents are permitted one outdoor skate reservation per day. This is to ensure equitable access to outdoor skating for the entire community. ​​
  • Reservations are required for all patrons (including parents/guardians or others accompanying skaters).​
  • As of Wednesday, January 27, 2021, non-medical masks or face coverings are mandatory on the ice at all outdoor skating rinks for all participants ages ten (10) and over. Participants of all ages continue to be required to wear a non-medical mask or face covering in all other areas of the skating enclosure, which includes washrooms, staging areas, and while waiting in line to check-in for reserved skates.​

Making a Reservation

1. Online by visiting cityofbrampton.perfectmind.com​ or you can scroll to the bottom of this page and reserve that way: https://www.brampton.ca/EN/residents/Recreation/Programs-Activities/Pages/Outdoor-Skating.aspx

2. By phone by dialing 905.791.2240 or 311 (within city limits)

The city also has a step-by-step PDF how-to guide​ on how to reserve your outdoor skating spot here​ if you need a bit of a hand. 

You can also view a step-by-step PDF how-to guide on how to create a free City of Brampton Recreation registration account here.

The city will send a cancellation notice via email if the rink is closed due to weather or unexpected circumstances. You can also confirm rink status here.

Finally, the city asks that you kindly cancel any reservations you no longer require by calling 905.791.2240 or by emailing RecConnects@brampton.ca. This will ensure that spots are available for all residents in the community.