During the COVID-19 pandemic, there may be program disruptions, changes and facility closures. For the most up to date information email
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Newmarket offers endless things to do and activities year round. Each season brings new and exciting opportunities to get active in the community. Every year more than 19,000 participants register for Recreation & Culture programs and thousands attend more than 300 special events hosted by the Town.
Swimming, Skating, Summer Camps, and tons of festivals and events are just a sample of the things to do in our community. Register today for hundreds of programs for the entire family.
Interested in hosting a birthday party or special event? The Town offers many facility rentals for all occasions.
Explore our many parks and trails and discover our rich history and heritage and our commitment to arts and culture.
Click the tiles below to reserve your spot at the Town of Newmarket's current Drop-in Activities!
Assumption of Risk
The Town of Newmarket in collaboration with York Region Public Health, continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation. Users of the Town of Newmarket facilities, buildings and/or amenities are reminded that the facilities, buildings and/or amenities are open for use at your own risk. An inherent risk of exposure to communicable diseases including COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. By visiting any Town of Newmarket facility, building and/or amenity you voluntarily assume all risks including any risk of injury, loss, damage, and possible exposure to a communicable disease including COVID-19. We remind you to follow the COVID-19 precautionary guidelines being recommended by various Canadian health authorities including the York Region Public Health Unit, Ontario Health and Public Health Agency of Canada.
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