Under current provincial lockdown measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, indoor recreation facilities are closed. This includes arenas, gymnasiums, walking tracks, indoor sport courts and pools. Community centres are open for limited activities, including child care, After-school Recreation Care (ARC) programs and public access to washrooms.

There is a 25-person limit for outdoor ice rinks. Rink change rooms and lockers are unavailable.

Stay up-to-date on all changes to City services by visiting COVID-19: Changes to City Services.

Visit Skating to find and reserve a time to skate outdoors.

Find out about using a community centre during COVID-19 or learn about A New Way to Play: Recreation during COVID-19.

Winter Sports

From skating to tobogganing to skiing and more.


CampTO offers activities while safely supervising campers and maintaining physical distancing.

Accessible Recreation

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

After-School Recreation Care

We offer quality, educational and welcoming programming after school.

Fitness Programs

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

Sports & Leadership Programs

Learn a new sport, improve your skills in one you already enjoy or take the next step by checking out a leadership or coaching program.


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!

Skateboarding, BMX & Mountain Biking

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

Swimming & Splash Pads

Swimming is a great way to maintain lifelong fitness and wellness. Stay cool in the summer and keep active in the winter.

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.

Do you have specific ideas about how we can improve your registration experience? If so, send an email to engagepfr@toronto.ca with your ideas and advice or join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #TOrec.