Click on the button below for the sliding hill and the skating rink conditions; variable schedule depending on weather conditions.
|Hockey rink at the beach (leisure skating only as of January 9th)||Open|
|Leisure skating rink at the beach||Open|
|Ice path on Rawdon Lake||Open|
|Cross-country ski trail on the lake||Open|
|Walking Trail - Dorwin Falls||Open|
Ice Rink Instructions (as of January 9th)
- A maximum of 25 people on the skating rink
- The rink reserved for hockey will now be used as a free-skating rink
- Access allowed to the chalet toilets only (continuous disinfection)
- Constant monitoring of the premises to ensure that Public Health directives are being adhered to (distancing, wearing of mask indoors, family bubble, etc.)
Skating path on the lake
Weather permitting, the quality of the ice of the skating path on the lake is maintained by our Zamboni machine.
With its beautiful lighting, you can enjoy the walking trail at Dorwin Falls Park day or night! Please note that, due to the pandemic and all of the additional sanitary precautions it requires, the skating path usually found at this location, was not set up this year. Please note that, due to ongoing work, the washroom facilities will be closed for an indefinite period of time.
Monday through Friday: 10 am to 7 pm (reserved for schools from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm) │Saturday and Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm
Holidays: December 24th and 25th: 10 am to 4 pm, December 26th to 30th: 10 am to 7 pm, December 31st and January 1st: 10 am to 4 pm
School holidays (pedagogical days, floating days and spring break): 10 am to 7 pm
3304 8th Avenue
This natural slope is the perfect sliding hill.
One skating rink is for hockey and the other for leisure skating.
As of January 9th, both of the skating rinks are reserved for free-skating. The playing of hockey is prohibited.
Skating path on Rawdon lake (not lit)
Dorwin Falls Park
3102 1st Avenue
A 1 km walking trail that is lit in the evening.
Snowshoeing / Cross-Country Skiing/ Hiking
A groomed 13 km trail
Departure from the municipal beach (3304 8th Avenue) that takes you across the lake – depending on weather conditions, or from the Rawdon Golf Club (3999 Lakeshore Drive).
Tournée des Cantons
In collaboration with the Municipality of Rawdon, the Tournée des Cantons de Rawdon offers a network of ecoresponsible trails for non-motorized sports, such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking – developed by an NPO. The trails can be accessed, free of charge, from the parking lot of École Marie-Anne, 4567 Mont-Pontbriand Stree. Details here
*Snowshoe rental available at the municipal beach. There is a fee for non-residents.