Best Snowboarding Parks for Families




Many families hit the mountain by board every year! Toronto and GTA snowboarders have dozens of snowboard terrain parks and board-friendly hills close enough for a day trip. We rounded up local ski resorts where families will find boarding lessons for beginners and acres of freestyle terrain for your kids who are ready for freestyle fun!

Blue Mountain Snow School
108 Jozo Weider Blvd, Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 3Z2
877-445-0231

Riders new to freestyle will find a gentle introduction at either Grove Terrain Park or the new L-Park located on the L-Hill trail. These spaces are home to foundational terrain park features that set the stage for great things to come. When you’re ready to test your skills at the next level, Badlands Terrain Park has everything you need to continue your progression. Lessons are available.​ More


Brimacombe
4098 Regional Rd. 9, Orono, Ontario L0B 1M0
1-877-672-2582 or 905-983-5983 (local)

Brimacombe caters to the snowboarder who wants to jib all day long in one of our terrain parks. There's no better way to experience Brimacombe than coming down and hitting the slopes. From basic beginner rails & boxes to advanced jump lines and features, Brimacombe's terrain parks offer something for every level of rider. Plus with new features and park builds scheduled regularly, even the most frequent riders will find the parks fresh and challenging all season long. Snowboarding instruction is available. More


Centennial Park Ski and Snowboard Centre
256 Centennial Park Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9C 5N3
416 394-8753

The Centennial Park Ski and Snowboard Centre opens January 1st (weather permitting) and closes mid-March (weather permitting). Group and priviate Snowboard lessons are offered as well as equipment rentals. More


Dagmar Ski Resort
1220 Lake Ridge Road, Uxbridge, ON L0B 1A0
905-649-2002

Ski Dagmar is the ‘Go To’ Family Resort that everyone is talking about. Dagmar’s scenic slopes provide a fun and exciting learning experience for all. Riders can enjoy Dagmar’s renowned Terrain Parks, the largest in the Durham Region with over 60 feature in 4 Progression Parks for all abilities from beginner to advanced levels. Lessons available. More


The Earl Bales Ski and Snowboard Centre 
4169 Bathurst St, North York, ON M3H 3P8
416 395-7931

The Earl Bales Ski and Snowboard Centre offers a variety of programs designed for beginners to advanced skiers/snowboarders. The centre offers snowboard programs and rentals. More


Hockley Valley Resort
793522 3rd Line EHS, Mono L9W 5X7
519-942-0754

Hockley Valley Resort’s snowboard programs have always been regarded for the quality of instruction and dedicated enthusiastic instructors. Group and private lessons lessons are offered, for all abilities. There are two terrain parks! Riglet Park is an exclusive terrain based learning area for kids aged 3 years and older featuring small hills, rollers, obstacles and boxes, perfect for introducing your child to the sport of snowboarding. With Burton’s revolutionary Riglet Board and Reel, learning is safe, fun and interactive for even the youngest winter enthusiasts. Ideal for kids 3 to 8. More


Mount St. Louis Moonstone
24 Mount St. Louis Road West, Coldwater, ON, L0K 1E0
1-877-835-2112 - 705-835-2112 (local)

Mount St. Louis Moonstone’s ability to make snow is legendary. The mountain is covered and you’ll be riding down 3 terrain parks and 2 half pipes. Snowboarding lessons available. More


Snow Valley Barrie 
2632 Vespra Valley Rd, Minesing ON L9X 0G8
1-877-404-4744 - 705-721-7669 (local)

Snow Valley Barrie features snowboarding for the entire family. Snow Valley was named Best Ontario Hill for Kids by Ski Canada Magazine. Snow Valley offers Discover Snowboarding packages that include a lift ticket, lesson and equipment rental. More

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