Accessibility

Facilities and Equipment

Accessible ramps at the Regent Park Aquatic Centre providing barrier free access from the pool deck into the water.

The City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division is continually increasing accessibility in facilities and locations whenever redevelopment or new construction is being done. Each facility (pools, arenas, community centres) may currently have a different type or level of accessibility. If you have any questions as to a facility's level of accessibility please call ahead and/or arrange a visit before registering for a program.

Definitions for Fully and Partially Physically Accessible Facilities

Facilities and Equipment

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The New Skate Horse

The Skate Horse is a device desig ned for people with various disabilities to assist with balance and support when learning how to skate.

Adapted Swim

Accessible Pools

Swimming is a great activity for persons with disabilities and mobility challenges. Visit our pools to experience the freedom of weightlessness.

The Snoezelen room at the Agincourt CC

Snoezelen Room

The Snoezelen Room is a multi-sensory environment that creates a stress free atmosphere designed specifically for individuals with disabilities.

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Accessible Beaches

Come and enjoy the beauty of our City’s beachfront from the sand! Learn more about our beach wheelchairs and accessible mesh mats to the waters edge.

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Playgrounds

Throughout the City, playgrounds are no longer off limits to the children with disabilities. 

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Sledge

Sledges are adaptive skating devices that give people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in leisure skate and hockey activities.

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Picnic Tables

Commemorate a special event or a person with an accessible picnic table located in a City of Toronto park.