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Victoria Park, Kitchener

No visit to Kitchener can be complete until one has spent a quiet afternoon strolling Victoria Park. This 59 acre site is a haven of tranquillity for both residents and visitors alike.

Victoria Park, Kitchener

Waterloo Park
Waterloo Park

Waterloo's oldest park boasts 111 acres of prime parkland with facilities for active and passive recreation. The park is home to Waterloo's historic first schoolhouse, and is home to the Royal Medieval Faire, the Dandelion Festival, and the Wonders of Winter.

Waterloo Park

Kiwanis Park, Kitchener

Swim in the huge, clean, safe and supervised swimming pool. Play in our playground that was built by Saturn or test your volleyball skills on one of our sand courts. There is plenty of room to toss a frisbee, play horseshoes, baseball, soccer, have a picnic or just sit back and enjoy the sun. The community has enjoyed many years at Kiwanis Park and it keeps getting better!

Kiwanis Park, Kitchener

Rim Park

Situated on 500-acres of land, Waterloo's RIM Park features an 18 hole golf course, a multi-purpose recreation facility, 15 km of nature trails, preservation of Waterloo's culture and heritage, and virtually something for everyone.

RIM Park

Woodside National Park

Woodside, in the heart of Kitchener, was the boyhood home of Mackenzie King between 1886 and 1893. The Kings rented the home, situated in a wooded property of nearly 15 acres. Today, the park and home are open to the public.

Woodside Nat'l Park
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Laurel Creek
Waterloo Laurel Creek Conservation Area

Laurel Creek Conservation Area offers campers and picnickers a unique opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors while having the convenience of being able to enjoy attractions and special events in the Kitchener/Waterloo area.

Laurel Creek

Shade's Mills
Shade Mills Conservation Area

Close to Kitchener-Waterloo, Shade’s Mills Conservation Area is Cambridge’s best kept secret! Located on the east side of Cambridge you will find a forested and open site that consists of 177 hectares offering a variety of settings for various activities.

Shade's Mills

 
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