Collingwood-area nature getaway with caves, a suspension footbridge, zip lining, skiiing, hiking, and more for summer and winter fun.
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.
Features include two playgrounds, five soccer fields, open space for picnics, outdoor fitness equipment, and numerous bikes trails.
For a wonderful outdoor family outing.
The three hectare park has an outdoor artificial ice rink and a double-pad rink which allows for non-stop public skate.Also features a lit ball diamond and multipurpose sports field, a children's playground and a splash pad.
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.
Features extensive marshes that provide a breeding habitat for ducks, turtles and fish. Listed as a top spot to see birds in the City's Birds of Toronto.
A unique urban wilderness located minutes from downtown, on the Toronto waterfront. Offers educational classes, field trips, camps, and events.
Crow’s Pass Conservation Area is a favourite destination for the recreational hiker.
The Goodwood Conservation Area passes through some of the most beautiful countryside in Southern Ontario.
Richmond Hill public park with playground and ice skating, plus frequent events.
A 84 hectare site that features numerous bike trails. Other popular activities include fishing and nature walks.
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.
6 great parks that provide a wide range of outdoor activities.
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.
Robinson Tract trail offers a nice hike through the York Regional Forest.
Learn about local First Nations history, sample the maple taffy, watch the turtles paddle on the lake, or a hike to Rattlesnake Point. Cross-country skiing is also a popular activity.
Features an amphitheatre, a ball diamond, two basketball courts, bocce courts, a tennis court, a splash pad and a children's playground.
A 9.7 hectare park featuring four lit tennis courts, shuffle board, an artificial ice rink, a gazebo, two picnic areas, a wading pool, and a children's playground.
Home to some of the last remaining working farms in the GTA, Toronto’s only campground, one of the region’s largest marshes, unspoiled beaches, hiking trails, and some of Canada's oldest known Indigenous sites.
A large, diverse park, situated on Lake Ontario. Features include picnic areas, a playground, a splash pad, tennis courts, a toboggan hill, and a leash-free zone.
There is a playground, wading pool, a public swimming beach, a dog off-leash area, picnic spots and walking trails including a connection to the Waterfront Trail.
This park home to a variety of flora and fauna, as well as a network of paths and the city's first ice skating trail (located next to the Power House Rec Centre).
A 555-hectare natural oasis north of Toronto that is dedicated to exploratory learning in nature and education surrounding sustainable technology.
This park includes one of the best examples of a healthy urban forest within the city. Features picnic spots and trails.
Relax on the wide sandy beach, or enjoy a refreshing swim in Lake Ontario. Popular activities include picnicking, bird watching and hiking. Also features a skate park.
Amenities and features include a baseball diamond, a cricket pitch, a dogs off-leash area, a fieldhouse, picnic sites, a wading pool, and a bake oven.
The park features tennis, bocce courts, bike trail and a splash pad. Connected to the park is the Chalkfarm Community Centre.
Wallace Emerson Park features two outdoor artificial ice rinks, a BMX bike area, three bocce courses, a multipurpose sports field and a children's playground.
Trails, bird watching, two warm water ponds with fishing piers, picnicking, cycling on the Caledon Trailway.