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There are 22 TCA member curling facilities located across the GTA. Learn more about the thriving curling communities located near you!
There are 22 TCA member curling facilities located across the GTA. Learn more about the thriving curling communities located near you!
The Brampton Curling Club plays on a six sheet facility west of Toronto in the heart of Brampton. Established in 1880, the club started on an outdoor rink before eventually moving to its present location in 1951. The club has a rich tradition and has produced some of the best curlers in the world.
The facility includes an upper lounge area with a bar, a second upper lounge area with a fireplace and a lower lounge area with a kitchenette. Every lounge area has viewing of our beautiful curling arena which has high ceilings and exposed wooden rafters. One of its claims to fame is that our facility was used as a filming location for the 2002 movie, “Men with Brooms.”
Our many adult leagues include men’s, women’s, open, day, seniors and mixed. Our youth program includes little rock curlers, bantams and juniors. We have an enthusiastic group of trained curling instructors who teach both adult and youth learn to curl programs. Contact us if you’re interested in trying the game or participating in some of our very active leagues.
Chinguacousy Curling Club is a six sheet facility located west of Toronto in the City of Brampton. “Ching”, to which it is affectionately referred, operates in one of the newest and most modern curling facilities in Canada.
The Chinguacousy Curling Club is open to all skill levels from beginner to competitive.
We are vibrant, welcoming, family-oriented and accessible with memberships that offer fun, fitness, social interaction and volunteering. The Club offers daytime, men’s, women’s, mixed and youth sections.
The Dixie Curling Club is a member-driven fiscally responsible club striving to provide a social environment for all ages. Dixie offers excellent instructional, recreational and competitive programs to the surrounding community.
The Dixie Curling Club has operated in its original location since 1956 and for over 60 years has provided recreational opportunities to the residents of Mississauga and surrounding communities. Dixie continues its long-standing tradition of friendliness where everyone is made to feel welcome.
A full-time ice maker and his staff professionally maintain the six sheets of ice and the club is staffed by knowledgeable, devoted people who have a passion for the sport. Leagues operate each day of the week and there are daytime and evening leagues to meet virtually any curler’s level of play and interest. Within the facility members and guests enjoy a safe, clean and pleasant environment offering a full-service lounge, locker rooms, banquet hall and meeting rooms.
Operating as a not-for-profit organization the club is managed by a volunteer board of directors. The board is elected and installed each year at our annual shareholders meeting. Shareholder membership provides membership benefits and a voice in the direction of the operations at the club.
One of the most prestigious family-oriented multi-activity golf and country clubs in Toronto, Donalda Club is conveniently tucked away on a 200 acre ravine property – a quiet enclave of lush gardens distinguished by its charming clubhouse, its beautifully landscaped, spacious grounds and its challenging golf course set on the Don Valley.
Donalda Club is a high quality, well managed, family oriented golf and multi-activity country club in the city of Toronto that provides year round recreational and social activities to meet the needs of its members.
The club’s website is here for the benefit of members, guests and interested parties who are considering joining our Club. Donalda Club offers golf, tennis, fitness, curling, squash and dining facilities for the entire family, all in the heart of the city of Toronto.
The East York Curling Club is a not-for-profit entity (operated by EYCC) that is owned by the city of Toronto. The club is well known for its friendly members, social and competitive curling.
The club has six sheets of curling ice with leagues operating throughout the day and night during the week. You’ll find something for everyone looking to participate. We offer curling for all ages 6 to 88, women, men, seniors, and youth leagues. The curling facility is also available for rentals.
The Granite Club name is rich with meaning for those who honour the values of tradition and family.
For generation after generation, the club has been a place where families enrich their lives, value time together and share special moments. With its warm, caring atmosphere, the club fulfils its founders’ vision by taking on an important role in the family traditions, celebrations and lives of Members.
The traditions, which today are an integral part of the club, are founded in a history that is long, successful and prosperous. The balance between social and athletics is one that makes the Granite Club a unique family club.
High Park Club is literally a hidden treasure. At more than 100 years of age, one of Toronto’s oldest curling clubs is nestled in a heritage residential area close to High Park.
High Park Club features five of the city’s best maintained sheets of curling ice. The club’s friendly members and comfortable atmosphere can accommodate everyone from the novice curler to the experienced player.
Initially, the club’s sweeping verandah provided the ideal spot for watching the club’s lawn bowling facilities in action; now it provides shade for those observing the most unique tennis facilities in the city – lawn tennis – played on the only club-owned grass courts in Ontario.
High Park Club has the perfect unique setting and atmosphere for your Toronto event. Hall facilities accommodate banquets, meetings, events, wedding receptions and more, providing a full catering menu with appeal to a variety of tastes.
The King Curling Club is a four sheet club incorporated in 2010. With support from both governmental and the private sectors of the Township, the King Curling Club opened its doors as part of the new King Township Facility – The Trisan Centre in Schomberg.
It is a volunteer run club. They offer social and competitive leagues for men, women and mixed teams. Youth Leagues provide instruction, social curling and an opportunity for competitive teams. They also have a strong component of Social and Recreational “tag” Leagues during the day.
Located in Toronto, Leaside members and guests curl on eight, brightly-lit sheets of ice. The ice, lounge and locker rooms are wheelchair accessible. Beginner or championship-bound, young or old, the club has the curling section for you. Join by yourself or with your team. Leaside welcomes you to the warm and friendly club.
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Since 1959 curling at Mississaugua has been built on a solid reputation of offering one of the finest curling surfaces in the country. Six sheets are available for our active program of men’s, ladies’, mixed, senior and junior curling. They are proud of the annual curling events and bonspiels we offer for all levels of play.
Mississaugua’s Curling Professional is always available to help organize teams and events as well as provide instruction to all sections, Curling Assistants are qualified instructors, Icemaker keeps the ice in top condition and the fully-stocked curling pro shop is available to keep you supplied with everything you might need.
Youth curling is encouraged and is available to children and grandchildren of members and to member-sponsored friends at very reasonable costs.
Curling participation is welcomed and there are openings in all categories.
The Oakville Curling Club is an eight sheet curling facility located in historic downtown Oakville.
Throughout the years, the club has played host to many great curling events and social gatherings. Today, the club continues to be a focal point for the community. With modern facilities – including an excellent ice surface and new curling rocks – the Oakville Curling Club hosts major provincial and national events as well as bonspiels for members of all levels of experience.
The Oshawa Curling Club has 8 sheets of ice. It provides opportunities for curlers of all abilities to play in a comfortable environment with the best ice conditions possible. They have many leagues including social, competitive, daytime, and youth.
They also offer their club as a rental facility. There are 2 banquet rooms, a private meeting room with bar and plenty of free parking.
Winter’s most fun activity is available for everyone from juniors to adults and seniors. The Oshawa Golf & Curling Club has a very active and creative curling membership. All types of leagues are available for men, ladies, business women, mixed and junior curling, be it morning, afternoon or evening.
Curling is an important and valued part of our overall program and provides the continuity required for a year-round facility. Curlers also have full use of the club’s facilities for the entire year. The curling facility boasts a six-sheet rink with spectacular viewing from our own curling lounge including an in-house camera system that provides spectators with a clear look at the rocks in play at the far end of the rink.
The club has many schools and organizations that use the facilities for curling and socializing. We also host four of Durham’s most popular bonspiels and originated a high profile professional “Skins” curling competition with teams from across Canada.
Port Perry Curling Club is a four sheet curling centre located on the shores of Lake Scugog. The club has been around since 1958 and for over 60 years has been developed into a facility that caters to the needs of the members, but most importantly the needs of the community.
The club offers a good balance between social and competitive curling, with the focus being on enjoying the game of curling and meeting some new friends.
The Port Perry Curling Club offers many different leagues and is also available for private rentals. The facility has a large banquet room on the main floor and a newly renovated lounge on the lower level.
The Richmond Hill Curling Club is a non-profit, member based, community sport organization dedicated to the sport of curling. The member volunteers run leagues and special events all season for everyone to enjoy. It is the large support of the members that contributes to the success and spirit of our club.
The club moved to its current location in 1959, but was established as a club in 1889. The facility has six well maintained sheets of ice in addition to a comfortable and inviting club lounge and bar.
The Royal Canadian Curling Club (or Royals as it is affectionately known) is a six sheet curling club housed in a century-old building just minutes from the heart of downtown Toronto. It is one of the oldest and most diverse curling facilities in the Toronto area.
Royals has been at Queen and Broadview since 1906, when it was home to the historic Royal Canadian Bicycle Club.
Six sheets of ice were added in 1929. Curling, skating and hockey shared the rink for the next quarter century. Since 1953, the club has devoted itself exclusively to curling.
The Royals is owned and operated by its members, and managed by a Board of Directors elected from its membership.
The Thornhill Club offers one of the finest and most active curling facilities you will encounter. It boasts six sheets of excellent ice and a variety of instructional, recreational and competitive programs. In-club events include Opening, Christmas and Closing Bonspiels; regular and competitive schedules; steak draws; guest nights; luncheons and dinners; the season-closing Club Championship Weekend and skate-out; and the very popular “Little Rock” program for children.
The Sports Office has the curling equipment essentials available for purchase. Clinics are held at the start of each curling season, i.e. clinics for the new curlers in late September and private lessons for curlers are available throughout the season.
At Thornhill, curling combines a long and distinguished lineage with a warm welcome to new curlers.
The history of Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club dates back to 1827, when the Toronto Cricket Club was founded. The Toronto Curling Club was organized in 1836 and the Toronto Skating Club sometime in the mid-eighteen hundreds. In 1957 these three clubs amalgamated into the successful family club it is today.
In the 60+ years since amalgamation, the club’s membership has nearly doubled, and the regulations and facilities have evolved to meet the changing tastes of each generation. What hasn’t changed is the original vision and pursuit of excellence that was at the heart of the Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club in 1957. In over 60 years, the Club has grown into a whole that is truly greater than the sum of its parts.
The Unionville Curling Club is privately owned by its members and operated by an elected Board of Directors.
From its humble beginnings in a small converted barn in 1919 to its present location, the club has grown to become one of Ontario’s most respected curling clubs. Situated in the heart of the village of Unionville, it serves curlers from the surrounding area as well as metro Toronto.
The Whitby Curling Club is a member-owned, six-sheet curling facility located in Whitby, Ontario. The Whitby Curling Club offers over 25 draws a week providing plenty of opportunity for members to participate in a variety of leagues. We have very good ice and a superb group of members who are engaged, welcoming and supportive. We believe that the Whitby Curling Club is the best Club in the Durham Region.
The Whitby Curling Club is fortunate to have certified instructors to help new curlers learn how to slide and to teach you the rules of the game. The Whitby Curling Club rents out available ice to groups or individuals wanting to learn or play the game.
The York Curling Club is a six sheet facility located to the north of Toronto in Newmarket.
Come on out and enjoy the good people and good times that occur while curling. York embraces all levels of curling from beginners to competitive and we hope to see you on the ice soon