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Greater Sudbury

Outdoor Rinks

Ramsey Lake Skating Path

Neighbourhood Rinks

Volunteers support 54 neighbourhood rinks throughout the City of Greater Sudbury. Everyone is encouraged to volunteer a few hours of their time this winter to help maintain these outdoor recreational facilities. Dates of operation are dependent on weather conditions.

Azilda: Lionel E. Lalonde Centre 

Beaver Lake:  Club Road

Blezard Valley: Valley East Kin Park on Langdon Street 

Capreol: Centennial Field, Capreol Outdoor Rink (by ballfield) off Meehan Street 

Chelmsford: Coté Park, 215 Edward Street (behind arena)

Coniston: Coniston Outdoor Rink (by arena) on Government Road

Dowling: Dowling Leisure Centre

Falconbridge: Falconbridge Outdoor Rink (behind the community centre) off Edison Street

Garson: Matson subdivisionCentral Lane & Old Skead Road CC (Gordon Street)

Hanmer: ElmviewFarmdale, Theresa & Valley Acres

Levack: Levack on First Ave S

Lively: Black Lake Playground on Glen Avenue, Sixth Avenue/Lively Outdoor Rink & Kinsmen Sports Complex on Mikkola Road

Naughton: Oja Sports Complex on Phil StreetV.L.A. Playground on O’Neil Street

Onaping: Russel Beaudry on Juniper Avenue

Skead and area: Poupore East

Sudbury (26 Locations):

  • Adamsdale Playground on Second Avenue
  • Algonquin on Algonquin Road
  • Antwerp on Antwerp Street
  • Carmichael on Bellevue Avenue
  • Cedar Park on Normandy Court
  • Delki Dozzi, end of Mary Street (Gatchell area)
  • Diorite on Diorite Street, Copper Cliff
  • Don Lita on Brookfield Avenue
  • Downe, Leon XIII School, on Gemmell Street
  • East End on Rheal Street
  • Elm West on White Street
  • Eyre on Ferndale Avenue
  • Lebel Tot Lot on San Francisco Street
  • Lo-Ellen, Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School on Loach’s Road
  • Long Lake on Long Lake Road
  • Lonsdale on Lonsdale Avenue
  • McLean on McLean Street
  • McFarlane Lake on Pioneer Road
  • O’Connor on St. George and Kehoe Streets
  • Percy on Percy Street
  • Ridgecrest on Roy Street
  • Riverdale on York Street
  • Robinson on Cranbrook Crescent
  • Rosemarie on Montfort Street
  • Westmount off Kipling Court

Val Caron: Carol Richard on George StreetSunnyside on Maple Street

Wahnapitae: Wahnapitae Community Centre

Whitefish: Den-Lou Playground on Den-Lou RoadPenage Road Community Centre & Whitefish Playground on Paul Street

Outdoor Learn to Skate Program

Learn basic skating skills while having fun.

Please contact your local neighbourhood association for program availability and information.

Queen's Athletic Skating Oval

The skating oval is typically open from late December to late February, dependent on weather and ice conditions. This ice rink is for skating only. Hockey, Ringette and Shinny are not allowed.



Regent Street (near Spruce)
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Change rooms and concession stand.
Schools and community groups are asked to call the City of Greater Sudbury Parks Services at 705-674-4455, ext. 4578 for reservations.

Ramsey Lake Skating Path

The Ramsey Lake Skating Path extends from McNaughton Terrace to Science North. The skating path is open from mid-January to mid-March, dependent on weather and ice conditions. This ice path is for skating only. Hockey, Ringette and Shinny are not allowed.





Elizabeth street / McNaughton Terrace to the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre
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Change rooms at the Science North and Bell Park entrances to the skating path.