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

Winter Wonderland

Cross-country ski or snowshoe at one of seven local conservation areas; downhill ski or board at Glen Eden; skate at Burlington Rotary Centennial Pond at Discovery Landing or at one of seven arenas; play pond hockey at Cootes Paradise; toboggan at Lowville Park; or participate in the making of maple syrup at Bronte Creek Provincial Park or Mountsberg Conservation Area.
Whatever your pleasure you will find something to keep you active in Burlington!

Tobogganing down hill at Lowville Park

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