Now that the Gage Park Skating Trail is open and the Donald M. Gordon (DMG) Chinguacousy Park is ramping up for a wintery season filled with skiing, boarding and tubing, you’ll want to wax your boards and ski’s and sharpen your skates for a fun-filled day of adventure and fun!
Chinguacousy Park is excited to announce the opening of the hill on December 27th (as long as it doesn’t rain or turn into a heat wave!). With the weather we’ve been having lately, you never know! So grab your snowboards, best pair of skis and head down to the park to ride the hill.
Many of Brampton's celebrations take place at Chinguacousy Park. You could say this park is located at the heart of the city on a hill. Known for recreation and outdoor leisure activities, Chinguacousy Park is home to a ski hill which was erected from an old landfill, farm with a petting zoo, mini golf range, batting cages, tennis courts, splash pool, band shell for concerts, greenhouse and more - Chinguacousy Park is literally ‘the center of attention’, located on the corner of Bramalea Road and Queen Street East.
Choose Chinguacousy Park for your family destination every Tuesday night for tubing, roast marshmallows at the fire pit and end your evening with a hot chocolate by the fireplace.
Tuesdays Jan 6 to March 10, 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm
* Must be minimum of 42 inches and maximum 250lbs to tube
* Weather and conditions permitting
* Fee: $8.90 per person - includes: tube ticket, marshmallows and hot chocolate each.
Brampton’s temperature-controlled skating trail at Gage Park attracts families and skating enthusiasts from Brampton and beyond. Don’t miss a great opportunity to skate through the trees of this majestic park. It’s a wonderful and unique experience and it’s free! Gage Park is located at the southwest corner of Main Street South and Wellington Street West.
There’s so much to do in Brampton so get out there and have some fun!
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