17 places you can still skate outdoors in Toronto

The City of Toronto has closed about two-thirds of its outdoor skating rinks for the season, but more than a dozen are scheduled to remain open until March 16.

Some rinks have already closed for the season, but these ones are open until March 16

The ice rink at Nathan Phillips Square, shown in a file photo above, is scheduled to remain open until March 16. (Chris Young/Canadian Press)

The City of Toronto has closed about two-thirds of its outdoor skating rinks for the season, but more than a dozen are scheduled to remain open until March 16.

Those rinks are:

  • Broadlands Community Centre
  • Cedarvale Park
  • Colonel Sam Smith Park
  • Dieppe Park
  • Dufferin Grove Park
  • Glen Long Community Centre
  • Greenwood Park
  • Irving W. Chapley Community Centre
  • Kew Gardens
  • Mel Lastman Square
  • Monarch Park
  • Nathan Phillips Square
  • Regent Park South
  • Rennie Park
  • Scarborough Civic Centre
  • Sunnydale Acres Rink
  • West Mall Rink