Parks, Forestry & Recreation

Colonel Samuel Smith Park

This park is located along a stretch of wooded shoreline in the Kipling and Lakeshore area. It is home to a variety of plants, trees, birds and other wildlife, as well as a network of paths and the city's first ice skating trail (in a figure-eight shape). The pleasure ice skating trail is located next to the Power House Recreation Centre (65 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Road), which houses an indoor skate changing area. The park also features a dog off-leash area.

Special Features
SCENIC VIEW - Great place to watch a sunrise.
WILDLIFE - Designated Toronto Bird Sanctuary and listed as a top spot to see birds in the City's Birds of Toronto Biodiversity Series booklet. Also known as a good spot for fishing.


Announcements


Skating

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Public Skate
9am - 10pm5 - 10pm5 - 10pm5 - 10pm5 - 10pm5 - 10pm9am - 10pm
Public Skate - Unsupervised
 9am - 5pm9am - 5pm9am - 5pm9am - 5pm9am - 5pm 
Facility TypeQuantityFacility Rating
Bike Trail23

Dogs Off-Leash Area1

Football Field - Australian Rules1
A
Multipurpose Field1
B
Outdoor track1

Parking Lot3

Picnic Shelter1

Playground1

Pond1


Facilities are given a rating of Premium, A, B, or C based on following criteria.

Facility TypeQuantityFacility Rating
Outdoor Rink1


Facility Classification for Ice Allocation.