The Innisfil Town Square is now open! Extensive community consultation informed the development of this new space and we welcome residents to see their ideas put into action. 


The Town Square is centrally located at 971 Innisfil Beach Rd., between the Innisfil ideaLAB & Library and Lakeside Retirement, making it easy for people to walk or wheel to. Limited parking is also available at the Library’s Lakeshore branch and along Innisfil Beach Road.

Town Square skating trail

The 240-metre refrigerated ice skating trail loops though Town Square and is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the winter season, weather dependent. You can use the trail for walking or rollerblading in the warmer months. Skate rentals are not available.

The skating trail is now closed for the season. Subscribe to receive page updates for the latest information.

Town square ice skating trail


Skating trail rules

Please follow the rules to ensure everyone has a fun and safe visit:

  1. CSA-approved helmets are recommended
  2. Skate aids are permitted
  3. Hockey is not permitted – No sticks or pucks allowed
  4. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  5. Skates are required to enter the skating trail, no other footwear is permitted
  6. Unsafe or hazardous activities can result in ejection from the park

Other amenities

Explore other gret make this community space enjoyable.

Splash pad 

A splash pad and additional water feature will be open in summer 2023. Watch the video below for an idea of the features to come!

Project background

Over the years, we've heard our residents loud and clear—you want more fun things to do close to home. Through Town Square public engagement, people asked for more places for social interaction, a splash pad in Alcona, a skating trail, and more unique spaces to enjoy. We awarded the design to Rutherford Contracting Ltd. and construction started in June 2021. The space opened in December 2022.

Public engagement

Review our Town Square Public Engagement Report for an overview of what we heard from residents and how we involved our community in the design of this space.

Photo Gallery: Town Square Public Engagement Photos will appear here on the public site.

Funding and construction

This project was funded in part by the Government of Canada through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund, delivered by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario). Other sources include contributions from OLG, DG Group, and development charges. 

Government of Canada logo

OLG logo

We gratefully acknowledge the following in the development of this community space:

  • Rutherford Contracting Ltd.
  • PMA Landscape Architects Ltd.
  • Ted Handy & Associates
  • Jones Consulting
  • McGregor Allsop
  • MJS Consultants
  • Blackwell Structural Engineers