Quality Hotel & Conference Centre
1011 Bloor Street East
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K6
Phone: (905) 576-5101
Fax: (905) 576-3296
1011 Bloor Street East, Oshawa, ON, CA, L1H 7K6
- Phone: (905) 576-5101
- Fax: (905) 576-3296
The Darlington Provincial Park is a provincial park that makes for a lovely day trip or a short stay. Here, you can enjoy activities like camping, nature walks and so forth. Apart from that, it is also home to migratory Monarch Butterflies and other species of the animal kingdom.
The entire community at Oshawa flock down to the Legends Centre for sports and leisure. This fantastic facility includes ice pads, a leisure pool, gymnasium, a fitness center, program rooms and a indoor walking track. These facilities allow the people to keep in shape despite the weather. The ice pads at the center are regularly rented for smaller league games and community events. The center also houses a division of the Oshawa public library and a center for the senior citizens.
The Durham College provides its students and faculty state of the art sports and recreational facilities at the Campus Recreation Centre. The center includes many gymnasiums, aerobic studios and training rooms. The center also provides meeting spaces such as the Boardroom, VP lounge and team rooms for private meetings, seminars and presentations. These venues also double as entertainment venues for sporting events such as basketball, badminton and volleyball games. The center gets the community together and organizes well being camps for both kids and adults. All in all this student facility helps keep all its members in shape and is a great place to stay fit.
The Heber Down Conservation Area is a great place for recreation. This scenic area offers plenty of activities like fishing, hiking, snow shoeing and mountain biking. And, every year it hosts the lovely Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival that is well-attended.
It is hard to imagine a wilderness area near the thriving business district of downtown Toronto, but that is just what one finds at Rouge Park. Occupying roughly 4046.86 hectares (10,000 acres) the park is home to a variety of rare plant and animal species which can be admired from areas like Glen Eagles Vista. Rouge Park is ideal for outdoor activities like hiking, canoeing, camping, swimming and picnics. The Toronto Carrying Place trail and an archaeological site, Bead Hill are two National Historic Sites located within the park.
With more than 5,000 animals in seven tropical pavilions spread over 220 hectares(544 acres), an African Savannah exhibit and a commitment to preserve the world's wilderness heritage, it’s no wonder this zoo is rated amongst the top ten in the world. While committed to research and conservation, the Toronto Zoo understands that most people come out to be entertained. With that in mind, it offers everything from rare and colorful fish to pygmy hippos. Last admission occurs one hour before closing.
The Bob Hunter Memorial Park is a stretch of green expanse and currently the plans for transforming it in to a lovely outdoor area with hiking trails are underway.