Parks/Recreation Areas

Programs that develop, maintain and make available to the public recreational facilities and grounds which can be used for a variety of leisure-time activities. Included are amusement parks, beaches, camps, public gardens, harbour/marina areas, zoos and a broad range of recreational facilities that are available in community; provincial and national parks; schools and universities; and other recreational areas.

 

Services

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority offers various services, recreational spaces, as well as year-round and seasonal activities at their sites. These may include:

Binbrook Conservation Area offers many seasonal and year-round recreation services, Consult their website for what is being offered.

Email: binbrook@npca.ca

A public park located in Greensville.  Includes baseball diamonds, playground equipment, tennis courts, and washroom facilities.

A public park located in Carlisle.  Includes playground equipment and tennis courts. 

Village Green Park located in Ancaster.  Includes lawn bowling facilities and tennis courts. 

A large sports park on Hamilton East Mountain. 

Martino Memorial Park.  Includes the Dundas Volunteer Field for baseball activities. 

Dundas Driving Park is a popular sports park with several softball fields, a bandshell, swings, independent play equipment such as climbers and slides, a wading pool with spray pad, an accessible play structure, an outdoor ice rink, and sheltered picnic areas.

This neighbourhood park is home to the Lynden Lions Club building. There are 3 horseshoe pitches and 2 softball fields.

Also offers facility rentals of the "Lynden Lions Den", a hall with a capacity of 50 people. Contact for details.

All museums can be accessed for free with a Hamilton Public Library card.

Hamilton Civic Museums offer:

The Hamilton Conservation Authority offers various services, recreational spaces, as well as year-round and seasonal activities at their sites. These may include:

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