Spring Recreation Programs

Registration starts in early March. Programs begin at the end of March/early April.


CampTO offers in-person programming for March Break, summer and winter break.


From aerobics to yoga, the City has something for everyone.


Swimming is a great way to maintain lifelong fitness and wellness.

Play Mobile

Play Mobiles are touring the city to provide fun outdoor opportunities for Toronto residents to try a variety of sports.

Leadership & Employment Readiness

Find out about certifications needed to work at City of Toronto recreation programs.

Accessible Recreation

Learn how to access recreational activities and support for those with disabilities.

Accessible Recreation Facilities & Equipment

The City has a number of ways to accommodate those have a disability and who wish to swim, skate or experience recreation.

Parks & Recreation Facilities

Search listings for our parks and recreation facilities including Community Recreation Centres, pools, rinks, fields and playgrounds.

How to Register for Recreation Programs

Find out when registration opens, how to get an account and learn more about how to register on eFun.

After-School Recreation Care

We offer quality, educational and welcoming programming after school.

Art, Dance & General Interest

Discover opportunities and activities for every age group.


Explore the City's award-winning golf courses. Each offers a unique experience and benefits for players of every skill level, from clinics to Junior Camps and more!

Recreation Service Alerts

Find out if there is a service disruption at a recreation facility.

Seniors Recreation & Things To Do

Find out about recreation programming for older adults/seniors.

Skateboarding, BMX & Mountain Biking

Explore City parks and facilities to practice and challenge your skateboarding, BMX and mountain biking skills.


Find a drop-in or registered sports program near you.

Youth & Recreation

Develop new skills at a Youth Space near you. Located across the city, these spaces offer specialty programs and services designed for youth up to 24 years of age.

Recreation Program Policies & Procedures

Information regarding participant safety and supervision, program standards, emergency procedures, and health of participants.

Subscribe to E-Updates

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