Quality Suites Toronto Airport
262 Carlingview Dr.
Toronto, ON M9W 5G1
Phone: (416) 674-8442
Fax: (416) 674-3088
262 Carlingview Dr., Toronto, ON, CA, M9W 5G1
- Phone: (416) 674-8442
- Fax: (416) 674-3088
Located near Pearson International Airport, Royal Woodbine Golf Club is a championship caliber track for the serious golf enthusiast. From the tips, the par 71 course plays out at 6,446 yards with 76 sand traps and 30 water hazards! There's a driving range, chipping and putting green, pro shop, restaurant, bar, patio and locker room with showers, sauna and massage attendant. You can book up to six days in advance—especially advisable during peak season.
Located on the northwestern edge of Toronto and not far from Pearson International Airport, this has become one of North America's best horse-racing venues, the only one where both thoroughbreds and standardbreds can be raced on the same day. Woodbine hosts the Queen's Plate, the oldest continuously run stakes race in North America, its initial run took place in 1860 and the only North American race that enjoys a prize from Queen Elizabeth II.
Anybody staying in the west end near Pearson International Airport and looking for a round has two rather distinct choices: the legendary and expensive Royal Woodbine, or this executive 18-hole par. There is a licensed clubhouse, snack bar, pro shop, driving range and chipping and putting greens. There is also mini-putt and video games for the kids.
A flight-stimulation facility, Air Combat Zone is located at Dixie Road in Mississauga. The equipment used here artificially re-creates aircraft flight, and gives you an experience of flying. Hosting a range of events and programs, Air Combat Zone remains to be favorite among people of all ages. To visit the facility and know more about them, please have a look at the website.
Located in Toronto, Lambton Golf and Country Club is a private golf as well as tennis club. Established in 1902 by designer George Cumming, this club is known to have hosted some of the big national and international tournaments. It is comprised of the 18-holes Lambton Course and 9-hole Valley Course. The tennis programs are also provided all year round. The clubhouse also offers its premises for making your social and private events memorable ones.
Opened in 1974, Scarlett Woods Golf Course plays gentle enough for the beginner yet possesses tricky greens and water to make it a challenge for the low handicapper. From the white (back) tees the yardage is paced off at 3,749 and the par is 62. As the course is devoid of par fives, perhaps it might be best to leave the big dog in the trunk. There is a washroom/change room, a licensed restaurant and pro shop complete with club rentals.
Are you having trouble getting the team atmosphere you were looking for in your workplace? Maybe you just want to get away for a few days? Well, if any of this sounds familiar then gather up your crew and head down to the lake. Toronto Kayak and Canoe Adventures features a wide range of personal boating activities from team building exercises to guided tours of secret spots around Lake Ontario and the Humber River. This is an excellent way to see the outdoors in a way very few can, while also providing that much-needed exercise. Canoe's are usually more expensive, but if you're using the buddy system, this might be the better option. So don't wait: get out there!
One of the important soccer centers of the country, The Soccer Centre is not just a soccer facility. It plays the role of a training center as well and is home to The Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum, Ontario Women's Soccer League, Provincial Indoor Soccer League and so forth. Training sessions, soccer games and similar activities are a regular feature here.
The Claireville Conservation Area is a protected area located in Brampton, Ontario. This area has a number of interesting features for all sorts of travelers, be it those looking for adventure, nature lovers or history lovers. Spanning different landscapes such as grassy plains and meadows to slight hills, creeks and wetlands, the park is home to a number of animals and birds such as rare white deer, bobolink, hairy woodpecker, indigo bunting and song sparrow among many others. Recreation activities include camping, dog walking, water sports, hiking, golfing and picnicking. The park area also has some historic heritage structures within its confines.
Why sulk over winter, when you can make the most of it by indulging in winter activities at the Mount Chinguacousy. Here you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and so forth; it also boasts of a chalet that is equipped with fireplaces and serves tasty fare. For details, check website.
With fourteen outdoor courts; eleven under the lights; High Park Tennis Club is the perfect antidote to the bustling streets that surround High Park. The various courts are classified as group one, two and three by the Department of Parks and Recreation. Group one courts are available to the public free of charge at all times. Group two courts are available to the public, free of charge, Monday to Friday until 5:00p. Group three courts belong to Community Tennis Clubs and are available by permit only. Call for more details.
Being the third oldest golf club in North America, the Toronto Golf Club was established in 1876. Located across the Etobicoke River, the 18-hole golf course was designed by Harry Colt. The club hosts a range of tournaments and has also had the privelege to host the Canadian Open for five times.