The uttermost significant aspect of ice skating is the rink, yes, the base that teaches you balance and squeezes the fear out of your core. Here are some of the finest ice rinks in Ontario worth exploring.
An exemplary ice skating locale in Ottawa, Rideau Canal is acclaimed as world's largest ice rink that is frozen naturally.
Wolf Lake in Terra Cotta Conservation Area, is a phenomenal place for the ice skaters. As the lake freezes, it creates a vast ice rink and a wonderful skating trail.
Wear your skates and glide on the ice at the extremely popular Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto which happens to be the biggest among the 100 ice rinks around the city.
Skate the afternoon away at the Island Lake Conservation Area, which has the perfect skating trail of a kilometer across the Main Lake.
If you are thinking of your next bout of ice skating, the frozen lake at North Simcoe Sports and Recreation Centre is a great pick.
Plan for a leisurely skate at Spencer Smith Park, Burlington, with your family and friends and enjoy the winter fun at this picturesque ice skating rink.
A secluded and peaceful ice skating rink, Algonquin Provincial Park is open year-round, where you can have enticing encounters of wildlife.