From water sports, playgrounds, winter sports and more, the Christie Lake Conservation Area is a major green space in Hamilton, ideal for families looking to spend a day out enjoying the gorgeous weather. Moreover, the conservation area also offers equestrian sports as well as disc golf, making it a one of a kind destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Panoramic views and a scenic locale make Spencer Gorge/Webster's Fall Conservation Area the awe-inspiring destination that it is. The natural bounty beckons to tourists from all over, dazzling with its waterfalls and entertaining with its hiking opportunities. Tour the lush landscape to discover the wonders of Dundas Peak, Tew Falls, or either of the titular locations.
Adding to the long list of outdoors entertainment in Hamilton is the Fifty Point Conservation Area. This area is ideal for water sports, biking, hiking, picnics and a whole lot more; an ideal place to relax and unwind with your friends and family. There are also dining options on site, ensuring full returns for the small entry price.
The Felker's Falls is a beautiful waterfall that gushes from a height of 22 metres (72 feet). With the flow all year round, it is always abuzz with visitors who come here to spend a pleasant day.
Surrounding the tranquil Crawford Lake, a conservation zone was established on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton in 1969. Spread over 232 hectares (573.28 acres) Crawford Lake Conservation Area, is a wonderful to escape from your daily life and feel oneness with nature. The grounds are home to a heritage site, an interpretive lookout and a replication of the Iroquois community from the 15th Century. A beautiful path around the lake, trails for hiking and skiing are also located here.
F. B. McFarren Memorial Park is built on the lands of a brick quarry which was run by the McFarren family. The park was named after them when it opened in the year 1996. Located in Streetsville neighborhood of Mississauga, the park is frequented by locals.