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Boy skateboarding at Riverview Indoor Skatepark

Fun things to do during March Break in Riverview

Get moving this March Break with activities everyone can enjoy! Plan your family time around one of the many swims, skates, drop-ins at the skatepark, and free outdoor winter activities happening throughout 2018 March Break.

Riverview Indoor Skatepark, 145A Lakeside Drive

Hang out with friends and work on your skills—any time of year. The Riverview Indoor Skatepark is offering an all-ages drop-in program on Saturday, March 3 and Saturday, March 10 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. both days. If it’s your first time visiting, don’t forget to bring your signed waiver. Everyone under the age of 19 needs a waiver to participate in skatepark activities. Youth 11 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre, 400 Whitepine Road

The Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre will offer multiple swim times daily. On top of regularly scheduled swims, there will be an open swim from 1:30-4 p.m. every day during March Break and evening open swims from 6-8 p.m. from Monday to Thursday. Normal pool fees apply. See schedule.

Indoor skating
Byron Dobson Arena, 55 Biggs Drive

Lace up your skates for free skating at the Byron Dobson Arena March 5-9. See schedule.

Sliding, snowboarding, outdoor skating
Winter Wonderland Park, Quinn Court

Outdoor adventurers of all ages can enjoy Winter Wonderland Park, which includes a sliding hill with access for snowboarders and an outdoor skating oval. The facility is occasionally closed when poor weather results in unsafe conditions. Check the closures and cancellations page on townofriverview.ca for current conditions before bundling up! 

Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing

Take in the scenic beauty of Mill Creek Nature Park on its cross country ski trails and marked snowshoe trails. The trails start behind the Bridgedale Community Centre on Vernon Avenue. Walkers are encouraged to explore Mill Creek Nature Park from the Runneymeade Road entrance and wear ice grippers for extra traction.

Media Contact

Meghan Cross

Communications Coordinator
Town of Riverview

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