Throughout the town, there are many safe and fun winter activities for the entire family to enjoy responsibly, such as: outdoor skating on town rinks, groomed cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails; winter cycling trails; and winter pickleball and tennis courts (weather permitting).
We know that things feel a little different this year, but it’s so important that we continue to follow all health and safety measures in place and enjoy recreation activities with members of our own households only for the safety of the entire community.
SAFETY REMINDER: Skating, walking and tobogganing on stormwater management ponds is unsafe and not permitted under our parks by-law. For your safety, please stay off all creeks, ponds and ice-covered bodies of water as they haven’t had time to freeze solidly yet. Be sure to check out these ice safety tips and this video message from Oakville Fire Chief Paul Boissonneault where he discusses the dangers of venturing onto frozen bodies of water.
For a complete listing of our outdoor winter programs, please visit our There’s Snow Place Like Home page.