Sport & Recreation

Woman walking dog along country road in rural Burlington in fall

Whether you are in Burlington for a sports tournament, a visit with family and friends or a weekend getaway, we have a variety of indoor and outdoor facilities to tempt sport & recreation enthusiasts year-round.

Seasonal Fun

During the spring, summer and fall you can run, bike and hike along the Bruce Trail; rock climb at Rattlesnake Point; picnic at Lowville Park; sail at LaSalle Marina; walk the trails at the Royal Botanical Gardens; build sandcastles at the beautiful sand beach of Beachway Park, swim at one of North Americas largest man-made outdoor swimming pools (1.8 acres) at Bronte Creek Provincial Park  (temporarily closed) or at one of the city pools/splash pads; sail your model boat at Burlington Rotary Centennial Pond at Discovery Landing; fly a kite at Spencer Smith Park, play a round of golf at one of the picturesque courses or have fun navigating through a mini-putt course; play beach volleyball or tennis; challenge the skateboard park; ride the BMX course; cycle the many bike paths and rural routes or just relax in a neighbourhood park.

 

Boat at beach with birdsKayaking on Kelso lakeFamily looking out at view of escarpment in fall at Kelso Conservation Area

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