A Glistening New Ice Trail Near Toronto Takes You On A 2-km Loop Around A Snowy Lake

The trail is in support of local businesses.
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
A Glistening New Ice Trail Near Toronto Takes You On A 2-km Loop Around A Snowy Lake

One of the most magical ways to enjoy winter is to lace up your skates and glide around a frozen wonderland.

Ontario's Spray Lake ice trail is a new skating adventure that will take you across a shimmering lake.

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Located in King Township, the trail is hosted by Spray Lake and the S.L.I.P. Community Association. 

The 2-km loop winds around a frozen lake with tons of snowy views

All proceeds from the trail are going towards local businesses and community programs affected by the pandemic.

Visits to the ice trail must be booked online in advance, as there is reduced capacity.

There is also an ice pad that you can book for private family skates. 

Drift through a winter paradise at this scenic skating loop.

Spray Lake Ice Trail

Price: $20 per person

Address: 18205 Keele St., King Township, ON

Why You Need To Go: Glide across a frozen lake on this new 2-km skating loop.

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