Located just south of Highway 401 with access off King St. and Speedvale Rd. in Cambridge, Ontario. The park offers a range of sports venues from premier softball and baseball to football and soccer.
Huron Natural Area is an awe-inspiring 107-hectare destination for nature lovers, families, trail walkers and photographers. Surround yourself in nature without leaving the city. Check out the new natural park and playground.
Laurel Creek Conservation Area is a quiet place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Swimming, windsurfing, hiking, and camping are popular activities. The conservation area offers a beach and three picnic shelters.
Pinehurst Lake has a sandy beach and is surrounded by natural Carolinian forest. From May to October it offers camping, swimming, boating, picnicking and hiking; in the winter, showshoeing, ice fishing and cross-country skiing.
Shade's Mills Conservation Area is a day-use park located in Cambridge, and is part of the Grand River Conservation Authority. Visitors can immerse themselves in nature while just a few minutes away from the city. The park is open year round and features a number of different recreational activities
Victoria Park is Downtown Kitchener's premier destination for recreation from skating to leisurely walks, and events like Kidspark and Ribfest. Amenities include playgrounds, splash-pads, open fields and its signature lake.
Waterloo Park is located in the centre of the City of Waterloo. Often called “the jewel of the city,” Waterloo Park features 45 hectares of prime parkland, with a number of amenities that are enjoyed year-round by the community.
The Waterloo Pioneers Memorial Tower is a 19-metre tall structure located in Kitchener near the Grand River. The tower was built on a site once cleared by the original Pennsylvania-German settlers of the area. The idea for the tower was conceived by William Henry Breithaupt.