We Canadians love our winter sports and with our great outdoor parks, trails and facilities there is lots to do in the outdoors during winter in Burlington. Enjoy tobogganing, skiing, snowshoeing, ice climbing, skating and get outside!
The City of Burlington has designated six safe and sanctioned sites in the city
- LaSalle Park, east of the parking lot
- Tyandaga Golf Course, at hole #4, on west slope
- Central Park – hill northwest of community garden
- Brant Hills Park, southwest of tennis courts
- Nelson Park, east side of park, north of Centennial Bike Path
- Lowville Park, hill at southwest end of park
Other popular hills will be signed warning people to avoid sledding in the area. See map of safe locations.
Skating – Outdoor
- The Waterfront at Downtown Burlington – Burlington Rotary Centennial Pond – 1340 Lakeshore Rd. Hotline (905.634.7263)
- City Neighbourhood Rinks
- Valens Conservation Area – 1691 Regional Road 97, Flamborough (905.525.2183)
Skating – Indoor
NOTE: This information reflects activities and events offered in Burlington prior to COVID-19 and are meant to inspire you to visit when it is safe to do so. With changes happening rapidly we recommend that you contact businesses directly to make sure services are open to the public and what restrictions are in place.
Winter Sports Top Picks
Cross-Country Skiing &/or Snowshoeing
Conservation Halton – Cross-country skiing
- Crawford Lake Conservation Area – 3115 Conservation Rd., Milton (905.854.0234)
- Hilton Falls Conservation Area – 4985 Campbellville Side Rd., Milton (905.854.0262)
- Kelso Conservation Area – 5234 Kelso Road, Milton, (905.878.5011 ext. 221)
- Mountsberg Conservation Area – 2259 Milborough Line, Campbellville (905.854.2276)
- Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area – 7200 Appleby Line, Milton (905.854.0262)