950 Walkers Line
Burlington, ON L7N 2G2
Phone: (905) 639-9290
Fax: (905) 639-6900
950 Walkers Line, Burlington, ON, CA, L7N 2G2
- Phone: (905) 639-9290
- Fax: (905) 639-6900
Bronte Creek Provincial Park is a delightful spread of deciduous forest to the south of Oakville. This park also features vegetation typical of Carolinian forest and prairie regions. Spread across 684 hectares (1690 acres), the park offers wonderful camping spaces, scenic trails that run for 10 kilometers (6.21 miles), picnic tables, huge swimming pool, skating rink and children's playground for recreation. A nature center, farm and museum are also located on site.
The Mount Nemo Conservation Area is best known for its hiking trails and is frequented by rock climbing enthusiasts. Apart from that, even nature lovers like to explore this scenic locale and enjoy the lovely landscape.
Designed by the very illustrious Jack Nicklaus, and opened in 1976, the 18-hole Glen Abbey Golf Course has made an indelible mark in the golf circuit in North America and Canada. With a legend like Tiger Woods winning the 2000 Canadian Open right here, it comes as no surprise that the course is a beauty in terms of the greens, the surrounding scenery and facilities offered like driving ranges, chipping greens, golf academy classes and venue rentals. Call to know more.
This lovely park is blessed with a picturesque waterfront and a scenic locale. Here, you can be all by yourself and enjoy the serenity or come along with friends for a fun picnic.
This canoe-kayak racing club is one of the popular clubs around that is open to amateurs as well as experts. For information about its facilities and other services, check website.
The Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds is a vast sports ground and is often referred to as Hamilton AAA Grounds.
Nestled within the Borer's Falls Conservation Area, the Borer's Falls cascades throughout the year. Also referred to as Rock Chapel Falls these falls are a popular backdrop for postcards, owing to its scenic locale.
Managed and maintained by the Conservation Halton, the Rattlesnake Point is a conservation area and is a hub of hiking, cycling, rock-climbing and similar activities. If you are not interested in adventurous activities, visit this area for its scenic locale and picturesque views.
This sports park has excellent facilities that include fields for playing soccer and football, a separate playground for children and much more. You can indulge in sports or simply be all by yourself and enjoy the scenic locale.
Surrounding the tranquil Crawford Lake, a conservation zone was established on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton in 1969. Spread around 232 hectares (573.28 acres) Crawford Lake Conservation Area, is a wonderful to escape from your daily life and feel oneness with nature. The grounds are home to a heritage site, an interpretive lookout and a replication of the Iroquois community from the 15th Century. A beautiful path around the lake, trails for hiking and skiing are also located here.
Toronto's largest regional sports field facility, this complex covers the entire intersection at Jane and Eglinton, and lies across from the Scarlett Woods Golf Course. Owned and operated by Toronto Parks and Recreation, this public facility opened in 1977 with 12 pay-as-you-play tennis courts available seasonally. By covering six of the courts, in 1989, with an inflatable fabric bubble, the structure became a year-round tennis facility. During the winter months, the courts become a club.
If looking for an adrenaline rush, try a day at the flamboro downs. The country's fastest half mile track, is a favorite among locals and an attraction for the visitors. For race schedules and ticketing, call ahead or check out their website.