Program Cancellations at Milton Sports Centre

August 10 - 11, 2015

Please note, during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games events at the velodrome, the Milton Sports Centre will serve as a Park and Ride location for all track cycling ticket holders. Due to limited parking, drop-in skating and hockey programs will be cancelled from July 16 - 19 and August 10 - 11.

The documents on this page are available in an accessible format upon request:

"Play it Cool" all Year Long

Family, parent and tot, and seniors' skates are scheduled throughout the week, along with men's, women's, youth and child shinny. Take advantage of cost savings by purchasing 10 and 30-visit skate passes.

Stick 'N Puck, figure skating and competitive choreography drop-in programs provide the opportunity for extra practice time with a coach or an adult to work on fundamental skills. Purchase monthly passes for these specialized drop-in programs for additional savings.

Looking for something to do on P.A. Days and holiday school breaks? Take advantage of additional skating opportunities scheduled on these days (listed on the drop-in skating schedule above). 

Have a Cool Skating Party!

Having a birthday party? Host it on ice by renting a rink at one of Milton's three arenas! For rental information, call  905-875-5418.

Outdoor Skating

Stay active during the winter months by visiting one of our outdoor skating rinks. Outdoor skating is available (weather permitting) at the following locations:

Campbellville (Old) Ball Park
105 Campbell Avenue East (east of Guelph Line)

  • Lights can be activated by a push button starting at 5:30 pm with automatic shut-off at 11:00 pm.
  • Parking is available on the road; parking in the outfield is not permitted.

Rotary Park
100 Garden Lane (off Mill Street)

  • Lights can be activated by a push button starting at 5:30 pm with automatic shut-off at 11:00 pm.
  • Parking is available in the parking lot or on the roadway; parking in the outfield is not permitted.

Town staff will continue to flood the rinks as long as the cold weather remains to ensure good quality skating. Watch this space for further updates on outdoor skating, including rink conditions and closures.

Helmet Safety

Protect yourself by wearing a CSA-approved helmet during all Town of Milton drop-in skating programs. A helmet can reduce the risk of a head injury and make skating safer and more fun for everyone.

Email Us!

Have feedback to share or a question to ask about Town of Milton skating programs? Send us an email! (See the Contact information on the left.) Our skating staff are eager to help and would love to hear your thoughts on skating programs.