Collingwood-area nature getaway with caves, a suspension footbridge, zip lining, skiiing, hiking, and more for summer and winter fun.
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Richmond Hill offers fun activities for everyone, with everything from great birthday party packages to kids' camps! Push your limits at the Eyer Ropes Challenge Course or splash around at the one-of-a-kind Wave Pool.
A popular spot for picnics, sunbathing and swimming, with wide stretches of sand, summer lifeguards, a bathing station and the Donald D. Summerville Outdoor Olympic Pool nearby.
Accessible by foot though the entrance on Kennedy Road. This 201 acre tract features trails suitable for hiking, cross country skiing, and snow shoeing.
This beach is by the changing rooms and lockers, near the pier. There's a fast food outlet nearby, lockers, bike rental, beautiful gardens, picnic areas, and plenty of room to sunbathe.
A 3.4 hectare park near Westhumber Boulevard and Kipling Avenue that features a lit ball diamond, ice rink, four lit tennis courts, a wading pool, and a children's playground.
Houses a permanent collection of exotic plants. It also hosts seasonal flower shows, including the Summer Show’s annuals, the Fall Chrysanthemum Exhibition, and Christmas Flower Show.
This 10 hectare oasis in the Town of Newmarket is a valuable bird and animal sanctuary featuring the East Holland River oxbow ponds, wetlands and forested areas.
Features include 1.1km of multi-use waterfront trail, headlands and cobble beaches, a small bay, boardwalks, and terrestrial and aquatic habitat enhancements to support healthy ecosystems.
This scenic and historic park, formerly known as Guildwood Park, is a sculptural sanctuary and has beautiful gardens. Features a fieldhouse, bike trails, and a tennis court.
This safe, public space is a great environment for kids to connect with one another and enjoy some outdoor play. Features outdoor splash pad for the summer months.
Variety of hiking trails, bird watching, dog walking, special family programs and outdoor education programs.
Speyside Resource Management Area brings you to trails that lead to the forests, lakes, streams, and escarpment in region.
This 9.3 hectare park near Steeles Avenue East and McCowan Road features three ball diamonds, a multipurpose sports field, two children's playgrounds and a basketball court.
A 5 hectare park near Danforth and Coxwell Avenue that features a dog off-leash area, an outdoor pool, a wading pool and a children's playground. During the winter there is also an artificial ice rink in operation.
Features three ball diamonds, eight tennis courts, two volleyball courts, an artificial ice rink, a dog off-leash area, a picnic area, a wading pool and a children's playground.
Trails, bird watching, two warm water ponds with fishing piers, picnicking, cycling on the Caledon Trailway.
Swimming pool the size of a Football field! Life guards.
Features restored limestone kilns and ruins. Popular activities include dog walking, bird watching, and photography.
Offers a range of recreation programs such as arts, camps, fitness, general interest, youth leadership, skating and sports programming. Activities for all ages. Facility is fully wheelchair accessible.
Features a playground that's home to playful toy dinosaurs, an ornamental fountain, a wading pool, bike trail, fitness equipment and a splash pad. Minutes from the beach.
A lush green space in the Aldershot community of Burlington with an awesome playground and a great splash pad, plus hiking trails. The park is also home to the Burlington Model Railway Club.
Eldorado Park is the perfect place to spend a day.
Features two ball diamonds, a multipurpose sports field, an artificial ice rink, two outdoor tennis courts, a volleyball court, a dog off-leash area, a wading pool and a children's playground.
A 13.5 hectare park that features a lit ball hockey court, two lit basketball courts, an outdoor swimming pool, a wading pool and a children's playground.
For a wonderful outdoor family outing.
Connecting with Derrydowns Park to the north and Downsview Dells Park to the south, this park features several bike trails, a fire pit, and picnic sites.
This 44 hectare valley wilderness park offers more than 2 km of pedestrian/bicycle trails as well as plenty of undisturbed woodland excellent for nature walks.
Amenities include six illuminated tennis courts, three illuminated tournament quality baseball diamonds, two unlit ball diamonds, and a fully lit tournament quality soccer pitch.