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Bayfront Park
#1 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
great visit to Hamilton city thank you all everything you need is here good restaurant great parks many places to see we enjoyed our visit we will come back to the city again
Weekly car show during the summer months, doggie swim area, kids park with cool boat to climb and play on, marina, and a great place to just walk around and discover the beauty and cleanliness the park has to offer.
Tiffany Falls Conservation Area Ancaster
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ancaster
It’s an amazing place for photography and relaxing, I recommend to enjoy the forest and nature.
Park your car, buy a parking ticket for $2 an hour which is all you need, display your ticket on the car dashboard, then head to the Falls.
Gage Park
#3 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
It reminds me of a park from Europe, with all the alleys with benches, playgrounds, old trees, beautiful flowers, water fountains.
The park also is home to many Green Houses, run by the city of Hamilton, to grow flowers for city gardens(on road medians etc.) and the annual Mum Show.
Royal Botanical Gardens Burlington 3.5 km away
#3 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
... the Rose Gardens are being redone for Ontario/Canada 150), the Rock Garden, Laking Garden, Arboretum and surrounding nature trails, it's truly amazing to see and smell first hand what Mother Nature can offer.
Beautiful to visit especially mid-summer and they have great concerts in the park Monday and Tuesday evening under a large tent.
Pier 4 Park
#4 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
this park is great for people of all ages, a wide green space for picnics, frisbee, walking the dog, events are held here from time to time, check hamilton events calender.
We went here from bayfront park.this park had amazing play area with splash pad.washrooms were little far from splash pad.tug boat play area is really fun for kids.free
LaSalle Park Burlington 6.2 km away
#5 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
If your idea of bliss is sitting by the Lake, watching sailboats, geese, and swans, LaSalle Park Marine is for you!! We go there almost every day of the year....this is picnic season....take a lunch with you and r...
Lovely time to soak in the greens and blues of nature, walking through the woods seeing chipmunks and cardinals, then along the water watching ducks, geese and swans.
Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area Stoney Creek
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Stoney Creek
the sheer beauty of forces mixed with nature , so compellingly peaceful ... there are trails for those who like going a bit deeper into the woods and areas to sit and ponder
Once you park right in front of you there is a large cross monument and an overlook of the city as well as the falls from above HOW TO GET TO THE BOTTOM OF DEVILAS PUNCHBOWL: -walk back onto road and south towards...
Spencer Gorge Conservation Area Dundas
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
The walk was very refreshing and a lot of nature sights to see.
Beautiful park
Albion Falls
#7 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
You can get a spectacular view of it from the top of the mountain and if you take a short drive from it, there is a park that features a vista featuring Hamilton's skyline and Lake Ontario.
Albion falls is sarin and peaceful has some some great nature around .bummer city closed it from public access due to the location and people being tooo adventurous and forgetting gravity .... Great place to visit...
Cherry Hill Gate Burlington 3.5 km away
#8 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
The most fun you can have for $1 CAD an hour to park plus $1 for a bag of wild bird seeds from Dollar Mania, although the wildlife, especially the chipmunks do prefer the sunflower seeds so would recommend just ta...
Awesome walk in Nature
Tews Falls Dundas
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
this is an all nature trail and has veiwing platforms to see this wonderfull falls.this is also an open trail so keep your children close and stay on the trail and please use caution.
The park offers beautiful views of the forested depths of the gorge below and has washroom facilities, picnic tables and sheltered areas.
Fifty Point Conservation Area Stoney Creek
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Stoney Creek
Many facets to this park include, camping & motor home section, 2 separate sandy beaches one large beach for visitors and one for pets, large fishing pond, fully equipped marina with dozens of boat slips, rooftop...
Great park 4 a fam bbq, beach day & doggy beach
Dundas Valley Conservation Area
#10 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
You can walk, you can hike, you can stair climb, you can stroll and relax and enjoy nature!
We go to a lot of the Hamilton Conservation Parks and would highly recommend getting a yearly pass.
Hamilton Brantford Rail Trail
#11 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
A few kilometres from the start is Sanctuary Park with soccer fields and a playground as well as side trails for hiking.
You can bike if you prefer take plenty to drink and enjoy nature at its finest.
Christie Lake Conservation Area Dundas
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
Our family has spent many a yearly gathering at this park and what stands out most in my mind was the exercise I always get throwing the football around and having a bit of a cook- off afterwards to whet the pangs...
The park is tucked perfectly outside of the city and is quite the place.
Burlington Waterfront Trail Burlington 9.9 km away
#1 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
Nature lovers, Burlington Waterfront Trail is a must beautiful view of the lake, untouched nature, birds, wildlife, so serene.
Wonderful to walk along the lake and admire the view, the parks and the lovely art and fountains.
Eramosa Karst Stoney Creek
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Stoney Creek
We are originally from northern Ontario where trees and the outdoor life are the mainstays in recreation and so, Eramosa Karst provides a little bit of our hometown nature in the middle of urban sprawl.
A wonderful natural park.
Valens Conservation Area
#14 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Then there are the trails that provide a good place to enjoy nature, relax, get some exercise and see some sites.
There is nice trails in this park as well as a great beach.
Confederation Park
#15 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Have a great time with friends, family and kids of all ages as the lights are up in Confederation Park off 14th Street.
Great spots along the waterfront and attractions in the park.
Sherman Falls
#16 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Paying for parking seems a bit silly and annoying, but we have to keep in mind the costs to run the park.
Spencer Smith Park Burlington 10.4 km away
#2 of 15 Nature & Parks in Burlington
To get there walkers, cyclists and skateboarders in the park can cruise past sloping greensward that sometimes hosts open air concerts as well as a nicely laid out memorial to Canadian sailors who lost their lives...
So much happening at this park such as "The Sound of Music"; "Canada's Largest Ribfest"; "Canada Day Celebrations" all with a fantastic view of Lake Ontario in a beautiful park with a promenade along the lake front.
Little Ray's Reptile Zoo and Nature Centre- Hamilton
#17 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Great Falls Waterdown
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Waterdown
I just wish there was more room to park.
Chedoke Falls
#19 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Parking! - go down scenic drive, past where your GPS wants you to go! Just keep going, you will get to a four way and a park, park there!
The entire hike was secluded so it was extremely enjoyable to have all of the nature to take in ourselves!
Dofasco 2000 Trail Stoney Creek
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Stoney Creek
Binbrook Conservation Area Binbrook
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Binbrook
Gorgeous park to go fishing, boat rentals , zip lines , nice beach and splash pad, been here for the last 10 years for family picnics and will always go here for them!
Camping, beach, picnic area's, covered areas for private parties, fishing, nature trails etc.
Waterdown Memorial Park Waterdown
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Waterdown
Has a wonderful playground, a skateboard park, baseball diamonds and in the winter a beautiful skating loop.
Memorial park is a great place for families, children pets and individuals just wanting to go for a stroll.
Felker's Falls Conservation Area Stoney Creek
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Stoney Creek
Wonderful Day With Nature
Park at south end of Quigley Rd and follow creek to base of falls
Sam Lawrence Park
#24 of 55 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
During the warmer months wildflowers and prairie grasses rise up in abundance and the landscape here at the park is amazing.
My family and I took a nice stroll in this park and were delighted with the experience.
Hermitage Falls Ancaster
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ancaster
another great place in ancaster for seeing nature and bring the whole family for a full day of fun and have a picnic in the park as well