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    Parks & Trails

    Winter walking trail

    Winter is a time when snow blankets the hills and trails in perfect white diamonds. It's a season of crisp clear nights, and fun-filled days. Make January a season to pull out all the warm gear and re-discover Halton Hills in the winter!

    • Here are some ways to take in the best of the season:

      • Bring your toboggan, sled or snowboard and try the hills at Cedarvale Park and Sir Donald Mann Park
      • Bring your snowshoes or winter boots and explore the trails in Hungry Hollow
      • Cross-country skiing in trails and parks
      • Take your photography to the next level by capturing the beauty of winter in Halton Hills
      • Bring the family (and a thermos of hot chocolate) and explore Fairly Lake and Prospect Park
      • Visit the historic Limehouse Kilns

    To get a complete overview of trails in Halton Hills, a PDF trail map is available to download or use our mobile-friendly MapLinks mapping software.

    Note: Trails do not receive winter maintenance - always be cautious and alert, and wear appropriate clothing and footwear when outdoors in cold weather. In addition, watch for storm damage and be cautious around ice and damaged trees. These hazards can be addressed by Infrastructure Services staff. If you discover a hazard like fallen trees or hanging branches, please report it to Public Works at 905-873-2601 ext. 2603.

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    Pathway with a floral display

      Destination Parks

    Worth a Visit! Destination Parks include public gardens, floral displays or thematic gardens built on Town owned or leased land. Visit local parks, enjoy the sunshine and learn about the rich heritage and history of Halton Hills. Learn More

    Trail with trees

      Trails

    Halton Hills offers a range of trail experiences and places to explore. Discover your local neighbourhood and nearby natural areas, parks and gardens.
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    Gazebo

      Outdoor Spaces

    Parks with a picnic shelter or gazebo are a great place to plan a family gathering over the summer. Ideal for tournament headquarters, providing shelter from any unwanted weather. Learn More

    Football turf with yard lines

      Sportfields

    Sports fields are available from May 1 through to September 30. Visit a local diamond or field where you'll likely find a game underway to cheer on your favourite teams. Learn More

    Skate park railing

      Skate Parks

    Halton Hills is home to two Skateparks, unsupervised facilities offering moderate level challenges for skateboarders and BMX riders.
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    Splash Pads

      Splash Pads

    Have fun and cool down! Visit Gellert park, Dominion Gardens park and Prospect park to enjoy this unique form of waterplay on a colourful non-slip rubberized surface! Learn More

    Dogs chase each other on a field

      Leash-Free Zone

    The Town offers two well lit, fenced areas to exercise and socialize your dog while chatting with other dog owners. Visit a leash free zone at Cedarvale or Prospect Park. Learn More

    Heavy Moving Vechile digging

      Project Updates

    View current and future projects as well as preliminary plans, public meeting announcements, status updates and phase updates Learn More

     

     


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