- LaSalle Park, east of the parking lot
- Tyandaga Park, at hole No. 4, on west slope
- Central Park, the hill northwest of Community Garden
- Brant Hills Park, southwest of tennis courts
- Nelson Park, east side of park, north of Centennial Bike Path
- Lowville Park, the hill on southwest end of park.
The city offers these tips to play safely while tobogganing:
- Toboggan during daylight hours, not when it is dark.
- Toboggan when the hill is snow covered, not when it is icy or bare.
- Check the hill and make sure it is free of obstacles and toboggan in the designated area.
- Wear a helmet designed for winter sports.
- Use a toboggan that is in good condition and has brakes and steering.
- Avoid wearing scarves or any clothing that could get caught in a toboggan and cause injury.
- Always sit down and face-forward on a toboggan.
- Do not build jumps or other obstacles on the toboggan hill.
- Walk up the side of the hill and leave the middle open for others coming down the hill.
- If you fall off of a toboggan, move out of the way to avoid being hit.
For a list and map of safe tobogganing locations in Burlington, visit www.burlington.ca/tobogganing.