Gardens and Forests

Amherst Park Community Garden

The Amherst Park community garden offers 33 garden plots for people to grow their own food. It also displays Teresa Seaton's Furled Fronds stained glass installation on the garden fence. Take a walk...

Central Park

Central Park is a hub of activity near downtown Burlington. You can access the park from Drury Lane, right across from the YMCA or from New Street. Access to the Rotary Centre is on Guelph Line....

Central Park Community Garden

The Central Park community garden was established in 2012 with 30 plots. In 2018 it expanded to 55 plots for Burlington residents to grow their own organic, fresh flowers, herbs, fruit and veggies. ...

Doors Open Halton

Saturday and Sunday, September 29-30, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Make sure you add Halton Region to your Doors Open experience this year! Prepare to wander and explore – and don’t forget to bring...

Francis Road Bikeway Community Garden

The Francis Road Bikeway community garden offers 23 garden plots for people to grow fresh, organic herbs, flowers, fruit and vegetables. Visitors are welcome to visit when a gardener is on site....

Ireland Park Community Garden

Established in 2018 Ireland Park offers 42 garden plots where people can grow fresh, organic flowers, herbs, fruit and veggies. Visitors are welcome to tour the garden when a permitted gardener is...

Maple Park Community Garden

Maple Park community garden was established in 2016 with 37 plots available. In 2018 it was expanded to 51 plots with the assistance of the City of Burlington Neighbourhood Community Matching Fund...

Paletta Lakefront Park

Step off the Waterfront Trail from Lakeshore Road and become part of the past, present and future of Burlington's heritage. Purchased by the City in 1990, this picturesque park with mature trees is...

Paletta Mansion

This elegant 11,000 square foot stone clad mansion, designed by Stewart Thomson McPhie in association with Lyon Sommerville (1886-1965), is a unique facility for your function during any season....

Spencer Smith Park

Located on the shore of Lake Ontario, Spencer Smith Park is home to the Sound of Music Festival as well as Canada's Largest Ribfest. The park houses Spencer's, a restaurant with a capacity of more...