One of TORONTO’s newest and largest waterfront parks is located in the west end. It’s a sanctuary for wild life of all kinds, a favourite bird-watching location, and now home to an ice skating park – par excellence. A former power plant houses change areas, skate sharpening facility and the washrooms. <PHOTOS – James Melvin and City of Toronto Parks>
UNSUPERVISED SKATING: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; SUPERVISED: Monday-Friday, 5-10pm; Saturday, Sunday, 9am-10pm
GETTING THERE BY CAR: exit the Queen Elizabeth Way/Gardiner at Kipling Avenue, and drive south; BY PUBLIC TRANSIT: subway to KIPLING station, and then #44 bus southbound to the park’s turnaround.
Check these websites for more information: http://www.toronto.ca/parks/skating/outdoor-rinks.htm and http://friendsofsamsmithpark.blogspot.com