It’s time to dig out the toboggans and enjoy the powder while it lasts. Find toboggan hills in York and Durham Regions as well as some Toronto toboggan hills you can check out for a fun filled day with the family. We are always looking to grow this list so if you now of any great tobogganing spots we can add to this list, please comment below!
Always use caution on the slopes – it is recommended that your child wears a helmet at all times. As a parent you should take a test run yourself and check the hill out for any dangerous areas to avoid.
Where to Toboggan in and around the Greater Toronto Area
Adams Park (Scarborough)
Small but popular hill for sledding.
Park is at Lawson Road, just west of Port Union Road, Ontario (map)
Hy Hope Farm
Hy-Hope Farm is open year round for family entertainment. Throughout the winter months they offer tobogganing when the weather permits. There are a variety of hills to choose from, all of which vary in size to accommodate the younger or beginner rider.
5450 Lakeridge Rd., Ashburn, Ontario
Tel: 905-655-4123 website
Mint Leaf Park (Markham)
One of our members recommended this location for tobogganing. The park is located on Fincham Avenue just east of Larkin Avenue. This park also has an outdoor skating rink that is built and maintained by local residents. Located on Fincham Avenue – just East of Larkin, Markham (map)
Dennis Park (Newmarket)
This ‘awesome hill’ recommended by one of our readers is located at Cane Parkway & William Roe Blvd in Newmarket. map[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Milliken Mills Park (Markham)
Tobogganing is popular along the West side of the park with a hill big enough to pick up some speed. Riders are warned to be careful on this hill – it has a gully at the bottom which can throw riders off their boards. Not recommended for young tobogganers. Located in Markham just South of 14th Avenue, on the west side of Kennedy Road. Park at the Milliken Mills Community Centre.
Milne Park (Markham)
The east end of Milne Park has a nice hill big enough to pick up speed on. I good run will land you on the iced over lake – so be extra careful during a mid winter or spring thaw. Located in Markham near Hwy.7 & Markham Road. Parking is a distance on side streets marked for parking. Expect to carry your toboggans to the hill area.
Paramount Park (Markham)
A small toboggan hill is located at Parkway Avenue and Paramount Drive. The park is located in Markham on the east side of Paramount Drive, between Fincham Avenue south to Church Street.
Rick Hanson Public School (Aurora)
Features a good wide 45 degree slope ~Thanks to Handong for sharing with us!
Rick Hanson Public School, Ada Johnson Park, Aurora, Ontario map
Sharon Hill Park (East Gwillimbury)
East Gwillimbury, 16 acres with toboggan hill. map
Harvest Hills Park (East Gwillimbury)
Corner of Woodspring Ave & Harvest Hills Blvd. Newmarket. map
Mainprize Park (Mount Albert)
Corner of King and Mainprize Cres. Mount Albert. map
L’Amoreaux Park South (Scarborough)
Two large hills with even slopes. Great view. Parking nearby.
McNicoll & Birchmount Avenue, Scarborough, Ontario (map)
Withrow Park (Toronto)
Smooth steep slope perfect for young kids.
South of the Danforth, between Logan Ave & Carlaw Avenue. map
Riverdale Park (Toronto)
Best view in the city! Long, big hill that’s worth the drive!
On Broadview just south of the Danforth , Toronto map
Pine Point Park (Toronto)
A busy hill with a number of slopes. Parking nearby.
Access off of Grierson Road – Near Islington and Hwy 401 (map)
High Park (Toronto)
This huge Toronto park has many hills waiting to be discovered! The busiest hill is typically the hill at the Grenadier Restaurant. However we’ve been told that there are also a number of good, more challenging slopes just past the zoo. Plenty of parking.
High Park, Toronto (map)
Lithuania Park (Toronto)
We’ve heard this may be one of the best tobogganing hills in Toronto! Features a tall hill with a smooth long slope as well as a smaller hill ideal for younger kids.
Lithuania Park, Toronto / Near Keele & Bloor streets (map)
LaSalle Park (Burlington)
This tobogganing hill just to the east of the parking lot.
50 North Shore Blvd., Burlington (map)
Tyandaga Golf Course (Burlington)
Toboggan on west slope of the hill located at hole No.4.
1265 Tyandaga Park Drive, Burlington (map)
Central Park (Burlington)
Toboggan on the hill northwest of Community Garden.
2299 New Street, Burlington (map)
Brant Hills Park (Burlington)
The hill is located southwest of tennis courts.
2300 Duncaster Drive, Burlington (map)
Nelson Park (Burlington)
Find the hill at the west side of the park, just north of the Centennial Bike Path.
4183 New Street, Burlington (map)
Lowville Park (Burlington)
Toboganning is allowed on the hill located at the southwest end of park.
6207 Lowville Park Road, Burlington (map)
Free Toboggan Area / Paid Snow Tubing
26479 Civic Centre Road, Georgina, Ontario website
Go TUBING at Lakeridge Ski Resort. This activitiy if for ages 4 and up.
tel: 905-686-SNOW website
Snow Valley in Barrie offers the best snow tubing terrain in Ontario. With a snow tube rope tow and lots of chutes with large lanes so you can go down along with your group of friends or your family, Snow Valley is the place for snow tubing. For the little ones (under 42″) we have our Kidz Zone! tel: 705-721-SNOW or 1-877-404-4744 website
Blue Mountain Resort
Hike N’ Tube gives guests a taste of downhill without the speed and equipment associated with skiing and snowboarding. Suitable for riders as young as three, Hike N’ Tube ensures there’s a cold weather activity for Winter Warriors of every age and level of ability.
tel: 1-877-445-0231 website
Get your heart pumping with the all thrill, no skill fun of snow tubing. Head to the Horseshoe Adventure Park to fly down 5 big chutes and one magic carpet to whisk you back up to the top fast! Go down by yourself or grab some friends and go as a group!
tel: 1-800-461-5627 website
Chicopee Tube Park
Featuring a 9,500 sq. ft. log chalet, and a raised 2,500 sq. ft. outdoor deck overlooking a multi-lane snow tube park and the picturesque Chicopee hills. The tube parks specially made chutes have snow barriers to guide tubes safely along the full length of the chute. The Tube Park Lift System returns riders and their tubes to the summit for another run. website
Mount Chinguacousy Tube Park
Mount Chinguacousy in Brampton’s Chinguacousy Park offers winter fun for families including ski and snowboarding and a tube park. The Tubing season runs from early January to mid-March, you must be 42 inches (106cm) tall and maximum 250lbs to tube. website
Access to Arrowhead’s tubing hill is included with a daypass. Only park-provided tubes are allowed. Call Arrowhead’s automated telephone service at 705-789-5105 for conditions. Operating dates for winter activities run from mid December to end of March. website
Help us expand this community list – comment below if you know of a tobogganing hill in York Region, Durham or Toronto that we can share with our readers. Thank you!
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