As of July 19, 2021, indoor sports and activities can be booked. Indoor social gatherings and organized public events are limited to 25 people or 50 per cent maximum capacity. If 50 per cent maximum capacity is lower than 25 people, the limit is the lower number.

Masks are required indoors but can be removed during physical activity. Outdoor, no-contact league and recreational sports games or scrimmages are allowed.

Physical distancing of two metres is required for indoor and outdoor activities.

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

Free permits will be available for private businesses to offer outdoor fitness classes. Permits are issued on a first-come, first-served basis and are for open greenspaces in parks. Learn more on Seasonal and League Bookings.

Toronto’s parks and recreation facilities are where residents and visitors come together as a community to meet, celebrate, and to build a healthier, more welcoming city.

During COVID-19

Toronto Public Health has created guidelines for the use of park and recreation facilities during COVID-19:

One-time Booking

Book a park or recreation facility for a one-time gathering, photo shoot or meeting, including the use of a fire pit, BBQ or oven.

Seasonal & League Booking

Book a facility for ongoing sport leagues, clubs, allotment gardens or other recurring uses.

Natural Ice Rink Applications

Plan and apply for a natural ice rink in your neighbourhood.

Special Event Booking

Book a park or community centre for events that include alcohol, food service to the public, amplified noise or that charge admission.

Park & Recreation Facilities Listing

Search listings of our parks and recreation facilities including pools, splash pads, courts, fields and playgrounds.