Parks Listing

Announcement
June 26, 2015 - 3:39pm

Canada Day July 1, 2015 - What's Open and What's Closed?

All City of Hamilton administrative offices will be closed on Canada Day, Wednesday, July 1, 2015.

For emergencies involving roads, water mains, sewer systems, public health and safety issues, please call 905-546-CITY (2489).

Green Cart, Recycling and Garbage Collection

  • There will be no green bin, blue box, bulk waste, yard waste, or garbage pick-up on Wednesday, July 1.
  • Pick up will occur on the day after your regularly scheduled collection day if it falls on July 1, 2 or 3.
  • Waste must be at the curb by 7 am.

To view your collection schedule, visit www.hamilton.ca/waste.
Community Recycling Centres and Transfer Stations will be closed on Wednesday, July 1.

HSR Bus Schedules

  • The HSR will be operating on a Sunday/ Holiday Schedule on Wednesday, July 1.
  • Call HSR information at 905-527-4441 for more details.

ATS - DARTS

  • DARTS will be operating holiday service hours on Wednesday, July 1. All subscription trips on DARTS, with the exception of dialysis, are cancelled for Wednesday, July 1. If passengers need to travel on this day, they must make an advance reservation to do so.
  • ATS customer service will be closed on Wednesday, July 1.

Recreation

Hamilton Civic Museums

  • Dundurn Castle, Whitehern Historic House, Battlefield House Museum, Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology, The Hamilton Military Museum, Fieldcote Museum and Griffin House will be closed, Wednesday, July 1.
  • Dundurn National Historic Site is hosting its annual Canada Day Military Tattoo on the grounds in front of Dundurn Castle at 7 pm.
  • The Hamilton Children’s Museum is currently closed for renovations.

For more information about Civic Museums, please visit www.hamilton.ca/museums

Tourism Hamilton Visitor Information Centre

Tourism Hamilton Visitor Information Centre (Lister Building, 28 James St. N.) will be is open from 11 am to 3 pm on July 1. www.tourismhamilton.com

Hamilton Farmer’s Market Hours

  • Sunday, June 28 - Closed
  • Monday, June 29 - Closed
  • Tuesday, June 30 - 8 am to 6 pm
  • Wednesday, July 1 - closed
  • Thursday, July 2 - 8 am to 6 pm
  • Friday, July 3 - 8 am to 6 pm
  • Saturday, July 4 - 7 am to 5 pm

Hamilton Public Library

  • All branches of the Hamilton Public Library will be closed on Wednesday, July 1 for Canada Day.
  • For more information on library hours, please visit: www.hpl.ca

Public Health Services

For Public Health matters concerning:

  • Reports of suspected reportable diseases and food poisoning, call 905-546-2063
  • Reports of environmental spills, fires or other events that may be a health hazard or safety issue, call 905-546-CITY (2489)
  • Reports of rabies animal exposures, call 905-546-3500
  • Safe Water Program issues that may be a health hazard, call 905-546-CITY (2489) or visit www.hamilton.ca/safewater

Ontario Works

  • All Ontario Works offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 1, and will reopen Thursday, July 2 at 8:30 am.
  • The Employment Resource Centre located at 181 Main St. W (Career Development Centre) will be closed on Wednesday, July 1. It will be open to assist you with any employment service needs on Thursday, July 2 at 8:30 am.

Animal Services

  • The Animal Services Shelter will be closed on Wednesday, July 1.
  • For 24-hour Animal Services emergency issues, please call: 905-574-3433.

Property Tax Payments

  • During the holiday, you may submit your property tax payment into a drop box at the rear doors of City Hall, 71 Main Street West or at one of our Municipal Service Centres.
  • All Municipal Service Centres will be closed on Wednesday, July 1, and will reopen on Thursday, July 2.

The locations are:

  • Ancaster: 300 Wilson Street East (map)
  • Dundas: 60 Main St. (map)
  • Flamborough: 7 Innovation Drive, First floor (map) New - temporary location
  • Glanbrook: 4280 Binbrook Rd. (map)
  • Stoney Creek: 777 Hwy. 8 (map)

Payments may also be made anytime by mail to:

The City of Hamilton
c/o Tax Department
71 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 4Y5

Parking Violations

Online payments can be made at: www.hamilton.ca/parking

Payment of Parking Violations can be made by mail to the pre-printed address indicated on the parking tag or dropped off into the drop box at the nearest Municipal Service Centre (see addresses above) or Taxation Division (noted above). The Hamilton Municipal Parking System office at 80 Main St. West, at Summers Lane, also accepts payments for parking violations at its drop box.

Traffic Violations

Online payments can be made anytime at: www.hamilton.ca/poa

The Provincial Offences Administration Office at 45 Main St. East, 4th Floor, Suite 408 (John Sopinka) Court House will be closed on Wednesday, July 1

Come discover Hamilton parks!

The City of Hamilton boasts over 3480 acres of Municipally-owned parkland at 394 locations, 50 shared School Board parks, over 49 kilometres of City-owned trails, and in excess of 2850 acres of open space property at 116 locations, offering many opportunities for people of all ages to get outdoors and explore nature.

Our many recreational trails encourage hikers, cyclists, rollerbladers, and nature lovers to enjoy the natural landscapes of the escarpment and valleys. Bayfront Park, Pier 4 Park, the Hamilton Harbour Waterfront Trail and Hamilton Beach Recreational Trail offer panoramic views of the Hamilton Harbour and northwest shoreline.

A.M. Cunningham Parkette

300 Roxborough Avenue
This parkette meets Pipeline Park at Huxley Ave. N. and Roxborough Ave. and contains pathways and a small playground.

A.M. Cunningham School Playground

100 Wexford Avenue South
The playground at A. M. Cunningham School was redeveloped in 1997 with an accessible creative play structure and swings. It is also used by children from St. John the Baptist School.

Adelaide Hoodless School

71 Maplewood Avenue
This parkette includes a play structure and room for children to play.

Ainslie Wood

200 Emerson Street by Whitney Avenue.
Ainslie Wood Park is mostly a natural growth area, with trees and shrub beds.

Albion Estates

52 Amberwood Street by Paramount Drive
Albion Estates Park has a play structure, swings, and two softball fields.

Albion Falls

768 Mountain Brow Blvd., by Arbour Road
A creek, a natural area, and the Escarpment Rail Trail all run through Albion Falls Park. Parking is available.

Alexander Park

201 Whitney Avenue by Rifle Range Road
Alexander Park, a popular park located beside Prince Philip School, has a hardball field, two softball fields, a play structure, swings, and a wading pool with a spray fountain. The accessible washrooms are open during games by the Alexander Minor Baseball Association.

Allison Neighbourhood Park

201 Rymal Road East by Upper Wellington Street, off Piano Drive
This neighbourhood park has a play structure, spray pad, and park shelter.

Amberly Park

284 Nakoma Road off Senior Drive, Ancaster
This quiet park has a softball diamond and picnic tables.

Ancaster Community Centre

385 Jerseyville Road West by Martin Road, Ancaster
This park boasts many sports fields, including a lit hardball field, a lit softball field, and a lit regulation-sized soccer field, but also contains a half basketball court, an accessible play structure, and swings. There are washrooms in the centre of the park, parking by the Community Centre, and a natural area at the northern edge.

Ancaster Heights Park

770 Alexander Road, Ancaster
Ancaster Heights Park is a neighbourhood park with a play structure.

Ancaster Senior Achievement Centre

622 Alberton Road by Wilson Street, Ancaster
The park around the Senior Centre is used mainly by those out for a stroll. Parking is available outside the Centre and washrooms inside.

Andy Warburton Memorial Park

199 Tragina Avenue North by Britannia Avenue
Andrew Warburton Memorial Park was named after a neighbourhood child who died in 1986. This park has a playground, spray pad, wading pool, basketball court, and a shelter.

Armes Lookout

633 Mountain Brow Blvd. by Ellsworth Drive
Armes Lookout is located on the edge of the escarpment, and looks out over King's Forest Golf Course. There is a small parking area.

Arrowhon Natural Area

165 Boulding Avenue by Laurendale Avenue, Waterdown
This pretty park is a natural area with a retention pond.

Austin Park

36 Dartford Place between Dartford and Austin Drive
Austin Park has two play structures, swings, and a large open space for children to play.

Balfour Park

406 Scenic Drive
Balfour Park was developed on a narrow strip of land on Scenic Drive at the edge of the escarpment. It consists of a walkway/sidewalk and a grass area.

Battlefield Park

77 King Street West at Centennial Parkway South, Stoney Creek, the site of the Battle of Stoney Creek in 1813.
Battlefield Park is a designated historical site. Parts of the structure of the Museum date back to the 18th century. A Monument was added to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Stoney Creek, and, annually, battles are re-enacted on the grounds.

Bayfront Park

200 Harbour Front Drive by Bay Street
Bayfront Park boasts a number of features perfectly suited to a waterfront setting, including an extensive asphalt pathway; a lower shoreline walk; naturalized areas of shrubs, trees, and wildflowers; a public boat launch; numerous benches and picnic tables; and a natural grass amphitheatre. The park's upper plateau, an expansive lawn area, makes it an ideal location for special events. It is linked to Pier 4 Park by Macassa Bay Walkway.

Bayview Park

14 Thomas Court, Stoney Creek
Bayview Park has a small soccer field, softball field, play structure, swings, a basketball backboard and hoop, and parking.

Bayview Playground

52 Burlington Street West
Bayview Playground is located on top of a small plateau overlooking Hamilton Harbour. It has traditional playground equipment. 

Beasley Park

96 Mary Street by Wilson Street
Beasley Park is an inner-city park with an accessible creative play structure, skateboard area, spray pad, small community centre, and an ornamental fountain.

Beach Blvd. Park #1

540 Beach Blvd.
Beach Blvd. Park #1 is maintained by Parks East but currently has no features.

Belmont Park

101 Hollybush Drive by Kildonan Crescent, Waterdown
Belmont Park has a baseball field, play equipment, a natural area, and parking by the playlot.

Belview Park

205 Belmont Avenue by Campbell Avenue
Belview Park has a play structure, swings, a spray pad, several benches, and picnic tables.

Bennetto Park / Rec Centre

444 Hughson Street North
Bennetto Park has a recreation centre, tennis court, basketball court,  playground, and swings. A new play structure was installed in 1996.

Berrisfield Park

125 Birchcliffe Crescent
Berrisfield Park is a neighbourhood park geared toward young children. It has an accessible play structure, swings, spray pad, sun shelter, baseball back stop, and open space.

Beulah Park

59 Beulah Avenue
Beulah Park is a small park near the escarpment in southwest Hamilton and has a playground, picnic tables, benches, and open space.

Beverly Community Park

680 Highway 8, Rockton, by the Rockton Berry Farm
Beverly Community Park is home to the Beverly Community Centre, football fields, regulation-sized soccer fields, softball fields, and tennis courts.  Also available is play equipment, a covered shelter, and picnic tables.

Bill Foley Parkette

41 Mountain Brow Blvd. between Concession St. and Upper Ottawa
Bill Foley Parkette is a lookout area that offers a wonderful view of the central east area of the city. Seating and parking are provided.  

Billy Sherring Park

1530 Upper Sherman Avenue, south of Stone Church Road East
Named after Hamilton's William Sherring, one of Canada's great marathon runners. The Neighbour to Neighbour Garden Centre is located here, as well as an accessible play structure, swings, a park shelter, a large spray pad, soccer fields, and a basketball court.

Binbrook Park 

2600 Highway 56
Binbrook Park contains a play structure and swings.

Birch Avenue Park

625 Wilson Street
Birch Avenue Park is a passive park developed underneath the hydro corridor that runs down Birch Avenue.

Birge Park

167 Birge Street west of Wentworth Street North
Birge Park has a traditional playground with swings, spring toys and climbers, a multi-purpose court, wading pool, washrooms, and a shelter with benches.

Bishop's Park

91 East Avenue South
Bishop's Park is a small passive park featuring a seating area, shrub beds and a walkway.

Block 114 Park

7 Pinecreek Road, Waterdown
Block 114 Park is a small neighbourhood park with some play equipment. Borer's Creek runs through it as well.

Block 87 Park

4 Longyear Drive, Waterdown
Block 87 Park is a neighbourhood park with a full play structure, swings, spring toys and a large open space. Borer's Creek runs through it as well.

Bobby Kerr Park

100 Reno Avenue at Palmer Road
Bobby Kerr Park has facilities for a variety of sports, as well as a paved pathway from the street to playground for wheel chair accessibility. The park was named for Robert Kerr, a world class sprinter.

Brampton Street Park

110 Mead Avenue
This property is vacant land that the City has acquired for a park. It is part woodlot and part grass.

Brian Timmis Parkette

75 Balsam Avenue North
Brian Timmis Parkette is situated on the corner of Balsam and Cannon, and is currently under construction as part of the Tim Horton's Stadium Complex.

Brockhouse Park

61 Fiddler's Green Road, Ancaster
This small park has benches and shrub beds.

Broughton East Park

990 Rymal Road East
Currently, only the northeast corner of Broughton East Park has been developed. It has two playgrounds (one with swings and two play structures), a multi-purpose court, a lit asphalt walkway, a sunshelter, spray pad, concrete block building, and benches.

Broughton West Park

990 Rymal Road East
Broughton West Park currently has a playstructure, swings and pathway.

Bruce Park

145 Brucedale Avenue East at Queensdale Avenue East
Bruce Park is a neighbourhood park with a variety of features, including two half basketball courts, ball diamonds, a creative play structure, and swings.

Bruleville Nature Park

265 Limeridge Road East by Skylark Drive
Bruleville Nature Park is a large woodlot with several trails running through it. It is surrounded by a residential development.

Bruleville Neighbourhood Park

100 Bobolink Road at Cardinal Drive
Bruleville Neighbourhood Park was developed primarily for children. The playground provides a wide variety of activities. The property is adjacent to Cardinal Heights Public School.

Bryna Park

16 Bryna Avenue
Bryna Park is a small park with two new play structures and swings installed in 2011, and a half basketball court. The park is fenced in with park lighting in place and is a relatively good park for small children.

Buchanan Park

111 Columbia Drive by Stacey and Laurier Avenues
Buchanan Park is a sports park with several diamonds and a playground with two play structures and swings.

Bullock's Corners

40 Park Avenue, Greensville
Bullock's Corners Park has two softball fields and three lit tennis courts operated by the Hilltop Tennis Club. There are washrooms in the concession building, and parking available. There are also swings and playground equipment on the premises.

Bumble Bee Park

224 Pleasant Avenue, Dundas
This small park has shrub beds and a walkway leading to the Hamilton-Brantford Rail Trail.

Burkholder Park

478 East 25th Street by Abbot Drive
Burkholder Park was developed on a plateau, sloping from west to east across the site, adjacent to Burkholder Drive Public School. The playground is located on the north side of the park; the south side of the park is open space.

Captain Cornelius Park

180 Limeridge Road West
Captain Cornelius Park is part sports park and part natural park. It is adjacent to Westview Public School and St. Jerome Separate School and is also near the Westmount Recreation Centre. There are soccer fields in the west, a natural area in the centre, and in the south east there is a playground with two play structures, swings and spring toys that were installed in 2003.

Carlisle Community Centre

1496 Centre Road, Carlisle
Features include tennis courts, softball fields, and play equipment. Parking and washroom facilities are available.

Carlisle Memorial Park

1493 Centre Road, Carlisle
Carlisle Memorial Park is beside Carlisle Community Centre Park, has a softball field, a new play structure and some play equipment.

Carluke Hall

435 Carluke Road West, Ancaster
This quiet park is suitable for strolling and enjoying the scenery, although there is some independent play equipment located within the park.Parking and washroom facilities are available in the community centre.

Carpenter Neighbourhood Park

145 Eagleglen Way
Carpenter Neighbourhood Park features an accessible play structure and swings.

Carter Park

32 Stinson Street by West Avenue South
Carter Park offers a variety of facilities for children and teens, including a playground, spray pad, basketball / multi-purpose court, and t-ball field, as well as walkways and benches for passive recreation. It is adjacent to Central Memorial Recreation Centre.

Cascades Park

66 Livingstone Drive
This small family-friendly park contains a play structure. 

Cathedral Park

707 King Street West
Cathedral Park is located across the street from Christ the King Cathedral between King W. and Main W. It has a field house and parking lot, as well as a combined sewage overflow tank. Washrooms and parking available.

Cenotaph Park

324 Highway 8, near Ellington Avenue, Stoney Creek
Cenotaph Park is home to a war memorial statue.

Centennial Park

71 Cootes Drive, Dundas
This neighbourhood park has shrub beds and many memorial plaques.

Centennial Heights Park

12 Karendale Crescent, Freelton
Centennial Heights Park is an active park with several soccer fields, a softball field, two new play structures, play equipment, picnic tables, a park shelter, parking, and washrooms.

Central Park

168 Bay Street North
Central Park offers a variety of activities for all ages. It has an accessible play structure, ball diamond, tennis courts, multi-purpose court, spray pad, shelter, asphalt pathways, and benches.

Century Street Park

80 Century Street
Century Street Park is a small, passive area consisting of grass and shrub beds.

Chappel East Park #1

837 Upper Wentworth Street
Chappel East Park #1 is currently undeveloped.

Chappel Estates Neighborhood Park

30 Wagner Drive
Features include play structure, walkway, seating and tree planting

Chedoke Radial Trail

Trail begins at Hillcrest Avenue (at Beulah) and runs southwest across the Chedoke Golf Course, traversing the Mountain and ending at Scenic Park. The Chedoke Radial Trail is a bicycle & pedestrian pathway approximately 2.7 kilometres long.

Chegwin Park

27 Chegwin Street, Dundas
Chegwin Park has a natural area and a walking pathway that leads over a stream.  This park is currently a Leash-Free dog area.

Cherry Heights Park

90 Stoney Brook Drive, Stoney Creek.
Cherry Heights Park has two soccer fields, two softball fields, play equipment, swings, and a walkway.

Churchill Park

199 Glen Road by Parkside Drive
Churchill Park is a large park developed on land belonging to the Royal Botanical Gardens. It offers several activities, including lawn bowling, soccer and softball fields, a spray pad, and a playground with an accessible play structure.

Churchill Gardens and Aviary

145 Cline Avenue North by Marion Street North
This property, once the home of the Royal Botanical Gardens' Teaching Garden, includes community garden plots and houses the aviary formerly kept at Dundurn Park. It is located on Royal Botanical Gardens land near Cootes Paradise and is adjacent to Churchill Park (Hours of operation: 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week).

Cinema Park

799 Golf Links Road, beside Silvercity Theatres and across from Kitty Murray Road. 
Currently home to a Free-Running Leash-Free Dog area.

Claremont Access Parkettes

One parkette is located at the beginning of the Claremont Access at Wellington S.; the other parkette is located along the Claremont Access at Victoria S. and Hunter St. E.

Cliffview Park

26 Upper Paradise Road by Scenic Drive
Cliffview Park is located at the edge of the escarpment on the west side of the Mountain. There is a parking area on the south edge of the park and stairs down the escarpment leading to the Chedoke Golf Course (the Chedoke Radial Trail can also be accessed from these stairs). The lookout area on the northwest edge provides a view of the Chedoke Golf Course, the western edge of the city, and the town of Dundas.

Cline Park

66 Pinewoods Drive, Stoney Creek
Cline Park is a neighbourhood park with a soccer field, softball field, play equipment, paved walkways with lighting, and parking.

Cochrane Parkette

The park is located at the corner of Cochrane Road and Lawrence Road.
Cochrane Park is a very small piece of land with a few small shrubs, trees, and a bench.

Colquhoun Park

20 Leslie Avenue by Scenic Drive and West 23rd Street.
Colquhoun Park is a large sports park with ball diamonds and open space.

Community Park

37 King Street West, Stoney Creek (east of Battlefield Park).
Currently under construction. New recreation centre and play equipment coming in 2012.

Concession / Upper Sherman

401 Upper Sherman Avenue
These properties on Upper Sherman consist of a long boulevard between Concession and Crockett Streets, a parkette-sized parcel at the corner of Upper Sherman and Crockett, and a triangular traffic island.

Confederation Park - Van Wagner's Beach

Located adjacent to the Hamilton Harbour industrial area.
The park has quality recreational and dining facilities such as Wild Waterworks, Barangas Restaurant, the Lakeland Centre and Pool, and the mini-golf course at Adventure Village. The Park's proximity to the QEW and its large population base in the Golden Horseshoe area give it potential as a tourism magnet and for increased patronage.

Copetown Lion's Park

1950 Governor's Road, 0.5 km East of Highway 52, Dundas
Copetown Lion's Park has a Community Centre, softball fields, picnic tables, play structures, swings and a pavilion. Parking and washrooms are available.

Corktown Park

175 Ferguson Avenue South
Features include a creative play area with swings, pathways, benches, trees, a small building containing a sun shelter and washrooms, a multi-purpose court flanked by three junior soccer fields, and a baseball field on the east side of the third soccer field. The park also forms a connection to the trail network, and completes the Ferguson Avenue link between the Escarpment and the Harbour.

Corman Park

23 Teak Street by Oakridge Drive, Stoney Creek
Corman Park has two public bocce courts, a soccer field, play equipment with swings, and a basketball court.

Coronation Park

13 Macklin Street North
Coronation Park is a bowl-shaped park with a woodlot on its slopes. It has a playground, swimming and wading pools, and picnic areas, as well as an arena.

Courtcliffe Park

159 Carlisle Road by Highway 6, Waterdown
Courtcliffe Park is a naturalized area with streams, bridges, walkways and trails.  There are four middle-sized soccer fields and one mini soccer field in the park, as well as parking. This park also contains swings, and non-traditional play equipment designed for 5-12 year olds, although 9-14 year olds find it particularly attractive because it challenges them.

Crerar Neighbourhood Park

260 Sirente Drive
The park has a playlot with swings, two climbers and a slide.

Crown Point East Park

122 Province Street North
Crown Point East Park is a neighbourhood park, with senior play structure, natural junior play structure, walking loop path, drinking fountain, and sun shelter 

Cumberland Tot Lot

280 Cumberland Avenue
It is located behind houses on Cumberland Ave, under the escarpment and West of Gage Park.

Dalewood Park

108 Gary Avenue
This park is a small, passive, somewhat triangular piece of land located at the juncture of Gary and Dalewood Avenues.

Dean Vista Parkette

940 Arvin Avenue, Stoney Creek
A woodlot is located at the front of the park and a retention pond is situated at the rear of the property.

Delottinville Park

Davidson Blvd, Dundas
This park is not yet developed. There is a proposed soccer field to be developed in this park.

Delta Park

1100 Main Street East
Delta Park is a passive park located near Gage Park at the "delta" formed by Main St. E., King St. E., and Rosslyn Ave.

Dewitt Park

151 Glenashton Drive, Stoney Creek
Dewitt Park has some play equipment, a play structure, swings, a half basketball court, and benches.

Dewitt Parkette

503 Dewitt Road, Stoney Creek

Dieppe Veteran's Memorial Park

1033 Beach Blvd.
This commemorative memorial park stands in tribute to the Canadian soldiers who faught in this battle.

Dofasco Property

276 Beach Road
This property was donated to the City for park purposes by Dofasco Inc., which used the site as green space.  It contains swings, a slide, a giant see-saw and benches. 

Dover Park

75 Nash Road South
Dover Park is adjacent to St. David's Separate School and Sir Issac Brock Public School. It has a soccer field, which is geared to older leagues, and a few trees.

Dr. William Bethune Park

1389 Upper James Street
Dr. William Bethune Park has a creative play area, the Walker Outdoor Pool, Trieste Bocce Club, and several baseball diamonds.

Dundas Driving Park

71 Cross Street, Dundas
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. Washrooms and parking is available.

Dundurn Park

600 York Boulevard
Dundurn Park is a historical park and the former home of Sir Allan MacNab. The property consists of Dundurn Castle, the Hamilton Military Museum, the Coach House Restaurant, and the Cockpit Theatre. The park overlooks Hamilton Harbour and is adjacent to Harvey Park and Dundurn Parkette.

Dundurn Parkette

490 York Boulevard
This parkette is adjacent to Dundurn Park on York Blvd. It is basically flat, except for a raised shrub bed in the centre. It has a few benches, a small creative play structure, swings and spring toys.

Durand Park

250 Park Street South
Durand Park has open space in the south, a shaded playground with two play structures and swings, and a shrub bed in the north.

Eastdale Park

81 Lincoln Road, Stoney Creek
Eastdale Park has a soccer field, two softball fields, a play structure, swings, and a public Bocce court where membership is required.  A private Lawn Bowling facility also runs at the park.

Eastmount Park

115 East 26th Street
Eastmount Park has ball diamonds, an accessible play structure, swings, spring toys, a park shelter, spray pad, and open space. The Eastmount Recreation Centre is situated on the west side of the grounds, and the park is adjacent to Eastmount Park Public School.

Eastwood Park

111 Burlington Street East
Eastwood Park is a large park in the north end of the city. It provides the community with a variety of facilities, including softball and soccer fields, a basketball court, multi-purpose court, an accessible creative play structure, spray pad, asphalt pathways, and a sun shelter / washroom / changeroom building. A combined sewer overflow tank is located beneath the park, and is designed to improve the water quality of Hamilton Harbour. Eastwood Arena is located in the southwest corner of the park.

Edgelake Park

12 Church Street, Stoney Creek
Edgelake Park is a quiet neighbourhood park with a creative play structure, swings, a basketball and tennis court, a paved lit walkway, a creek and a woodlot.

Edwards Park

55 Mercer Street, Dundas
Edwards Park has two softball fields, a play structure and some swings. Parking and washrooms are available.

Eighty-Seven Acres Park

1165 Green Mountain Road, Stoney Creek
Eighty-Seven Acres Park is a large, natural area with a pond.

Eleanor Park

80 Presidio Drive
Eleanor Park has been developed as a neighbourhood park with a creative play structure, swings, exercise equipment area, paved walking track, spray pad, a ball diamond, shelter, and a multi-purpose court.

Elmar Park

140 Brigade Drive
Elmar Park is a neighbourhood park with a multi-purpose court, play area (with an accessible play structure), spray pad, and shelter. The park also has an existing woodlot and is adjacent to Helen Detwiler School.

Faircourt Park

40 Faircourt Drive, Stoney Creek
Faircourt Park is a natural area with a walkway.

Fairgrounds Community Park

305 Fall Fair Way, Binbrook
Fairgrounds Community Park is a sizeable Community park located within Binbrook. This park contains a playground, a shelter and a splash pad.

Falkirk West Park

1030 Upper Paradise Road
Falkirk West Park is currently undeveloped.

Father Sean O'Sullivan Park

1141 Greenhill Avenue
Father Sean O'Sullivan Memorial Park was developed in 1992 with an accessible play structure, swings, bocce courts, a multi-purpose court, spray pad, and shelter. The park is adjacent to Board of Education property and a ravine.

Fay Avenue Park

95 Broker Street
Fay Avenue Park is a relatively large neighbourhood park with some playground equipment and passive areas.

Felker Park

29 John Murray Street, Stoney Creek
Felker Park has play equipment, a soccer field, and a walkway with benches.

Fernwood Park

784 Ninth Avenue
Fernwood Park has a soccer field, some benches, and trees. It is adjacent to Hampton Heights Public School and Fernwood Public School.

Ferris Park

25 Lynwood Drive, Stoney Creek
Ferris Park has a public Bocce court where memberships are required, a soccer field, play structure, swings, spring toys, and a pathway which goes through a natural area in the centre of the park. Parking is available.

Fieldcote Memorial Park

64 Sulphur Springs Road
This park is located in the Town of Ancaster and is a natural playing field.

Flamborough Centre Park

969 Centre Road, Flamborough
Flamborough Centre Park has a soccer field and a small parking lot.

Fonthill Park

289 Wendover Drive
Fonthill Park is a neighbourhood park with a play structure, swings, benches, picnic table, and trees.

Freelton Community Park

170 Freelton Road, Freelton
This park has a lit multi-purpose court, a softball field, a play structure, swings, and spring toys. Parking is available.

Gage Park

1000 Main Street East
Gage Park is a large, multi-purpose park with recreational opportunities, passive areas, and historical significance. It offers a variety of sports activities, such as baseball, tennis, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and lawn bowling, and has a considerable amount of open space, which makes it an excellent location for festivals. Gage Park also has two playgrounds (one is wheelchair accessible), a bandshell, greenhouses, gardens, spray pad, wading pool, the Children's Museum where there is a creative play structure with spring toys and swings, and the beautiful Gage Park Fountain.

Gary Hill Memorial Park

80 Queen Street North
Gary Hill Memorial Park is a small parkette with a bench, surrounded with trees.

Gatesbury Park

28 Niska Drive, Waterdown
Gatesbury Park is a sports park with soccer fields, softball fields, play equipment, swings, benches, a half basketball court, and walkways. Parking and washrooms are available.

Gilkson Park

50 Gemini Drive at Glen Arms
Gilkson Park is a large sports park that includes land at R. A. Riddell Public School and provides a variety of sports fields, swings, spring toys, a spray pad and basketball court.

Glanbrook Sports Complex

4300 Binbrook Road by Fletcher Road, Glanbrook
Glanbrook Sports Complex is a huge, busy sports park with several hardball fields, soccer fields, and play equipment. The Glanbrook Youth Soccer Club building is here, as well as an arena (with washrooms) and a City of Hamilton Municipal Service Centre. Parking is available.

Glen Castle Park

30 Glen Castle Drive by Forest Hill Crescent
Glen Castle Park has traditional playground equipment, which is in a shaded area, bocce courts, and soccer fields for little leagues.

Glendale Park

255 Rainbow Drive by Glen Echo Drive
Glendale Park is adjacent to Glendale Secondary School and Glen Echo Public School. Playground equipment was provided by the Lions' Club, and there is also a baseball diamond in the park. It was redeveloped in 1996 with a play structure and swings, and also contains a spray pad, park shelter, paved pathway and multi-use court with basketball backboards and hoops. 

Glenholme Avenue Park

308 Glenholme Avenue
Glenholme Avenue Park is a somewhat triangular piece of land with a few trees, situated between Lawrence Rd. and Glenholme Ave.

Globe Park

800 Woodward Avenue
Globe Park is a major baseball facility with a licensed area for alcoholic beverages and concession stands. The Red Hill Creek runs through the property.

Glow Park

159 Mead Avenue by Glow Avenue
Glow Park is a small neighbourhood playground that was redeveloped in 1995 with an accessible play structure, swings, plaza, lights, and trees. The park is surrounded by houses.

Golf Links Park

226 Seymour Drive, Ancaster
Golf Links Park is a pretty, passive park divided into two areas with walkways, swings, a creative play structure, spring toys, a climber, and a pedestrian bridge.

Gore Park

1 Hughson Street South.
Gore Park consists of two somewhat triangular parcels of land in the city's downtown core. The section between James and Hughson has benches, flower beds, a statue of Queen Victoria, and an ornamental fountain -- a replica of the park's original Victorian fountain. The portion between Hughson and John has a cenotaph, a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald, and a raised grass area with a concrete perimeter for seating. The south side of both sections has stops for buses running between the Mountain and the lower city.

Gourley Park

142 Duncairn Crescent.
Gourley Park is a neighbourhood park with an existing woodlot, new play structures, a spray pad, basketball court, shelter, pathways, and tennis courts. A community building was installed in the park and completed by Spring 1998 and is used by the Gourley Park Community Association.

Green Acres and Little League Parks

880 Queenston Road, Stoney Creek
These sports parks sit end to end in an area bounded by Queenston Road, Randall Avenue, Galbraith Drive, and Valley Drive (Faircourt Park extends south of Randall Avenue to King Street West). The parks have hardball, softball, and soccer fields, swings, and a natural area. The Stoney Creek Tennis Club is on site, as well as an Optimist Club building (which has washrooms). Battlefield Creek runs through the parks. Parking is available.

Greenhill Park

589 Greenhill Avenue
Greenhill Park is a small playground with a play structure, swings, and spring toys. It is adjacent to open space and is divided by a creek/drainage ditch.

Greenside Acres

171 St. Margaret's Road, Ancaster
Greenside Acres is a natural area.

Guy Brown Park

154 Brian Blvd, Waterdown
Guy Brown Park is also known as Block 113 Park, and has a natural area and shrub beds.

Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association (H.A.A.A)

250 Charlton Avenue West.
This is a major sports park in the lower city with a track, basketball court, tennis courts (located at the Hamilton Tennis Club facility), soccer field, and a field house. There are swings, spring toys, paved walkways, a spray pad and an accessible play structure here. The park is adjacent to the Ryerson Recreation Centre and Ryerson Public School.

Hampton Park

28 Lupin Avenue by Ninth Avenue
Hampton Park has an accessible play structure, a ball diamond, spray pad, seating area under a new shelter, and a half basketball court.

Harmony Park

484 Annalee Drive, Ancaster
Harmony Park is a quiet neighbourhood park with swings, independent play equipment, and a multi-purpose court.

Harvey Park

618 York Blvd.
Harvey Park is a narrow strip of land running along the west side of Hamilton Harbour adjacent to Dundurn Park. It is a nice park for walking or picnicking and provides an excellent view of the harbour. The site also has considerable historical significance. Hamilton Public Library (off site).

Hayward Park

13 Dalkeith Avenue
Hayward Park is a small playground with a play structure and swings.

Henry and Beatrice Warden Park

55 Lake Avenue North by Queenston Road
Henry & Beatrice Warden Park is located in a small valley with a creek running through one side. The park is quite picturesque and has a number of mature trees, as well as a creative play structure, swings, multi-purpose court, spray pad, and pathways.

Heritage Green Sports Park

355 First Road West
Heritage Green Sports Park is a major sports park with a number of high quality soccer fields and ball diamonds. Washroom facilities and parking is available.

High Park

630 Hendry Lane, Ancaster
This small park is at the foot of Ancaster Heights Park.

Highland Gardens Park

81 Hillcrest Avenue
Highland Gardens Park is located at the escarpment's edge in the lower city and is also the site of a reservoir. It has facilities for baseball and soccer and there is a natural area along the edges of the park, a cliff on the south side, and a steep slope on the north side. A portion of the Chedoke Radial Trail crosses the property, beginning at Hillcrest Ave. and Beulah. The Dundurn Stairs are adjacent to the west side of the park.

Highview Park

879 Brucedale Avenue East
Highview Park is adjacent to Highview Public School. It has a modern play structure, baseball diamond, basketball court, and spray pad. The north side of the park is open space.

Hillcrest Park

485 Queenston Road
Hillcrest Park is a large sports park in the east end of Hamilton with several softball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis and multi-purpose courts. It is adjacent to Hillcrest and Hillsdale Public Schools, St. Helen's School, a townhouse complex, and the Red Hill Creek. A portion of the Red Hill Valley Recreational Trail runs through the park.

Hillside Park

57 Hillside Avenue, Dundas
Hillside Park is a passive neighbourhood park with swings, a walkway, and an entrance to the Hamilton-Brantford Rail Trail.

Hill Street Park

13 Hill Street by Dundurn Street South
Hill Street Park is divided into two sections: a large section on the north side of Hill Street and a smaller Community Garden on the south side. The northern portion currently has a leash-free dog park to the west, and traditional playground equipment with benches to the east. 

Hixon Parkette

308 Hixon Road
Hixon Parkette is a small park with a creative play structure, swings, and a hard surface pathway.

Homebrook Park

204 Stagecoach Drive, Glanbrook
Homebrook Park has walkways, play structures, swings, and a basketball court.  A natural area surrounds it.

Hopkins Park

19 Second Street North, Stoney Creek
Hopkins Park has play equipment, a horseshoe pit, a walkway, and a natural area surrounding it.

Hunter Estates

314 MacIntosh Drive, Stoney Creek
Hunter Estates is a neighbourhood park with play equipment, walkways, sports fields, a basketball court, and a woodlot.

Huntington Park

40 Broker Drive
Huntington Park has a play structure, swings, a spray pad, wading pool, a recreation centre, and tennis courts with paid access through the recreation centre. It is adjacent to Huntington Park Public School.

Inch Park

400 Queensdale Avenue East
Inch Park is a major sports park with fields for hardball, softball, and t-ball (pathways have been added for access). Home to the Challenger Baseball League, Inch Park also contains tennis courts, swimming and wading pools, a wheelchair accessible playground with spring toys and swings. A new recreation centre was built in 1995.

J.C. Beemer Park

68 Victoria Avenue North
J. C. Beemer Park has a play structure and swings, running track, wading pool, and spray pad. It is joined with the former Tweedsmuir Public School site.

Jackie Washington Rotary Park

361 Wellington Street North
This vibrant park has a multi-purpose court, park shelter, paved pathways and 14 pieces of exercise equipment installed in 2011.

Jackson Playground

439 Jackson St. W.
Jackson Playground is a neighbourhood park with a small, open area, an accessible play structure, and swings.

James Smith Park

50 Braithwaite Avenue, Ancaster
James Smith Park is a neighbourhood park with soccer fields, a softball field, public tennis courts, a creative play structure, spring toys, paved walkways, shrub beds, and a natural area. Parking is available.

Jerome Neighbourhood Park

1306 Upper Wellington Street
Jerome Neighbourhood Park is currently undeveloped.

Jerseyville Park

2688 Jerseyville Road West, Ancaster
Jerseyville Park is a neighbourhood park with softball fields, an independent slide, a climber, spring toy, and some swings. Parking is provided.

Jimmy Lomax Park

1120 Beach Blvd.
Named after Hamilton's own Santa Claus, this park is located at the northern end of Beach Blvd. across from Manor Avenue on former Hamilton Conservation Authority Land. It consists of a ball diamond, a soccer field, some benches and trees.

Joe Sams Leisure Park

752 Centre Road, Waterdown
Joe Sams Leisure Park is a large, lovely park with many open areas for recreational activities. The hardball and soccer fields are popular with leagues, and there are many walkways for those on foot. The Waterdown North Wetland Trails run through part of this park. Parking is available.

John Prentice Park

45 Renata Court, Dundas
John Prentice park is a small, quiet park with a natural area at the back.

John Santarelli Plateau Park

4 Millen Road, Stoney Creek
Plateau Park is a small park with a few benches, play equipment, a play structure, swings, spring toys, a full-sized basketball court, walkway, and trees.

Johnson Tew Park

20 Medwin Drive, Greensville
Johnson Tew Park is a natural area.

John Watson Park

75 Donn Avenue, Stoney Creek
John Watson Park is a natural area.

John Willson Park

480 Winona Road, Stoney Creek
John Willson Park is a neighbourhood park with a play structure, swings,  and a walkway.

Kaga Corner

6 York Road, Dundas
This is a small parkette with benches, a walkway and trees.

Kay Drage Park

80 Macklin Street North, Hamilton
Kay Drage Park is a large sports park with soccer and baseball fields that was built on top of a former landfill site. The entrance to the park is located across the expressway on Macklin Street.

Keith Park

90 Burton Street at Douglas Avenue
Keith Park consists of two portions, one of which is currently undeveloped. The other portion was redeveloped in 2006 new playground equipment, a spring toy, and a rubber surface surrounding the playground. 

Kennedy East Park

130 Malton Drive at Christopher Drive
Kennedy East Park is a neighbourhood park with a multi-purpose court, two play structures, two spring toys, swings, paved walkways, a spray pad, benches, and a shelter.

Kernighan Neighbourhood Park

891 West 5th Street
Kernighan Park has new play structures, swings and climbers.

King's Forest Park

150 Greenhill Avenue. (King's Forest Golf Course, Rosedale Pool, part of Rosedale Park are also on Greenhill Avenue.)
King's Forest Park is a large natural area along the escarpment's edge. The Red Hill Creek runs through the property; Albion Falls are located in the southernmost tip, and Buttermilk Falls are located in the central western tip. A portion of the Red Hill Valley Recreational Trail extends northward across the park.

King's Mead

180 Lynbrook Drive at King's Mead Crescent
King's Mead Park is a flat, open parkette with perimeter trees in the middle of King's Mead Crescent.

Kinsmen Park

387 Beach Blvd.
Located on the east side of Beach Boulevard, Kinsmen Park has three play areas with swings, spring toys, and a creative play structure shaped like a ship, a wading pool, benches, and picnic tables. It is adjacent to Lake Ontario.

Kitty Murray Park

120 Kitty Murray Lane, Ancaster
Kitty Murray Park is a neighbourhood park with a paved walkway, a creative play structure, swings, spring toys, a climbing wall, and a t-ball field.

Kopperfield Park

20 Idlewilde Lane, Glanbrook
Kopperfield Park is a passive park with two creative play structures, swings, and a multi-use court with basketball nets. The park is surrounded by a natural area.

Lake Avenue Park

140 Lake Avenue North
Lake Avenue Park consists a somewhat bowl-shaped area developed with a baseball diamond and a grassy, passive area on the other side of a private roadway, extending towards Huckleberry Drive. It is adjacent to the Bow Valley area. There is a creek running along the east side of the park.

Langs Park

1119 Scenic Drive
Langs Park is a heavily wooded ravine area with a creek running through it.

Lawfield Park

150 Folkstone Avenue
Lawfield Park has one tennis court, a multi-purpose court, an accessible play structure, swings, spring toys, a spray pad, soccer field, walking track, parking, paved lit walkways, and an arena. The property is adjacent to Lawfield Public School and St. Cecilia's Separate School.

Lawrence P. Sayers Park

39 Lakegate Drive, Stoney Creek
Lawrence P. Sayers is a quiet park with creative play structures, swings, benches, a great waterfront view, and a parking lot. The Waterfront Trail has a trail head here.

Leadale Place Parkette

29 Leadale Place
Leadale Place Parkette is a grassy island with some trees.

Leaside Park

1155 Leaside Road
Leaside Park is a neighbourhood park with a playground, multi-purpose court, and softball field.

Leslie B. Couldrey Park

19 Bridlewood Drive, Dundas
Leslie B. Couldrey Park is a neighbourhood park with a play structure, swings, spring toys, and a soccer field. A natural area runs alongside the park, and a ravine is at one edge of the park.

Lifesavers Park

100 Cumberland Avenue at Sanford Avenue South
Lifesavers Park is adjacent to the Lifesaver factory. It has a T-ball field, basketball court, an accessible play structure, and swings.

Lions Gate Park

79 Elmira Drive at Lionsgate Avenue
Lions Gate Park has a large creative play structure, a walkway, and several trees.

Lisgar Park

95 Carson Drive
Lisgar Park has an accessible creative play structure, swings, soccer field, sun shelter, a spray pad, basketball court, and bocce court (membership required). The park is adjacent to Lisgar Public School.

Little Albert Park

1198 King St. E.
Little Albert Park is a traffic island turned into a parkette. It is surrounded by King Street East, Dunsmure Road, and East Bend Avenue and consists of a central plaza with benches and flower beds.

Little John Park

110 Little John Road, Dundas
Little John Park is a neighbourhood park with a creative play structure, spring toys, swings, and a public tennis court.There is also a current Leash-Free designation at this park.

Little League Park Ancaster

29 Orchard Avenue, Ancaster
Also known as Spring Valley Bowl, Little League Park has softball fields, shelters, a natural area, and parking. 

Little League Park Stoney Creek

880 Queenston Road
Green Acres Park and Little League Park sit end to end in an area bounded by Queenston Road, Randall Avenue, Galbraith Drive, and Valley Drive. The parks have hardball, softball, and soccer fields, swings, and a natural area. The Stoney Creek Tennis Club is on site, as well as an Optimist Club building. Parking is available.

Lucy Day Park

33 Clinton Street by Barnesdale Avenue North
Lucy Day Park is geared to children and has two new play structures from 2010, swings, and a new spray pad for 2011.

Lynden Lions South Park

4070 Governor's Road, Ancaster
This neighbourhood park is home to the Lynden Lions Club building. There are two softball fields, a play structure, swings, and spring toys. Parking and washrooms are available.

Lynden Legion Park

206 Lynden Road, Lynden
Lynden Legion Park has two creative play structures, swings, spring toys,  a softball field, two public tennis courts, a basketball court, shrub beds, and parking.

Macassa Park

701 Upper Sherman Avenue
Macassa Park is a large sports park with several soccer fields, an accessible creative play structure, swings, spray pad, multi-purpose court, walkways, and fieldhouse building.

Mahony Park

1655 Barton Street East
Mahony Park is a large park with hardball and softball diamonds, a play area with a small creative climber and spring toys.

Mansfield Park

141 Mansfield Drive, Ancaster
Mansfield Park is a small neighbourhood park with some trees.

Mapledene Park

32 President Drive, Stoney Creek
Mapledene Park has a public bocce court, play equipment, and a walkway.

Maple Lane Park

157 Miller Drive, Ancaster
Maple Lane Park is a neighbourhood park with play equipment, two new play structures, spring toys, swings, walkways, and a pedestrian bridge leading to a natural area.

Maplewood Park

155 First Road West by Second Road West, Stoney Creek
Maplewood Park has a soccer field, softball fields, play equipment and a newly paved walkway. Parking is available.

Mark Anthony Graham Memorial Olympic Park

948 Mohawk Road West
Mark Anthony Graham Memorial Olympic Park is primarily a sports park, with fields for football, soccer, and baseball. This park is named after former Hamilton resident and Olympic champion, Private Mark Anthony Graham.

Margaret Street Park

9 Margaret Street, Waterdown
Margaret Street Park is a neighbourhood park with a play area that includes an independent slide, climbers, spring toys, and swings.

Martino Memorial Park

147 King Street East, Dundas
Martino Memorial Park is a sports park, home of Dundas Little League Baseball, Volunteer field, two softball fields, park shelters, shrub beds, and a natural area. Parking and washrooms available.

Matt Broman Park

645 Mountain Brow Blvd.
Matt Broman Park is a lookout on the east side of the escarpment.  It overlooks King's Forest Park, Rosedale Park, and King's Forest Golf Course.

McLaren Park

160 John Street North
McLaren Park is a small playground with multi-purpose courts, play equipment, and a spray pad.

Meadowbank Dr. Parkette

44 Meadowbank Drive
Features constructed play area and walkway next to natural wetland

Meadowbrook Park

365 Wilson Street West, Ancaster
Meadowbrook Park is a quiet, neighbourhood park with two creative play structures, spring toys, swings, trees and a walkway.

Meadowlands Park

160 Meadowlands Blvd., Ancaster
Meadowlands Park is a Community Park with a tennis court, baseball diamond, soccer fields, a multi-purpose court with basketball nets, and a pathway.  There is an accessible play area dedicated to Travis Carter that includes an accessible play structure and swings. Onsite parking is available.

Memorial Park

87 Glen Cannon Drive, Stoney Creek.
Memorial Park has public bocce courts (memberships are available through the association), tennis courts, play equipment, trees, benches, and a walkway. Parking is available.

Meadowlands Soccer Pitch

933 Golf Links Road, Ancaster
Meadowlands Soccer Pitch has a soccer field, some trees, and a natural area.

Millgrove Community Park

855 Millgrove Side Road, Millgrove
This park is home to the Wentworth Library and the Millgrove Community Centre. The park has softball diamonds, a sheltered picnic area with picnic tables, play equipment, walkways, benches, and trees. Parking and washrooms are available.

Mohawk Gardens

1 Indian Crescent, east of Upper Wentworth Street
Mohawk Gardens is a small piece of open space surrounded by houses and apartment buildings.

Mohawk Meadows

645 Iroquois Avenue, Ancaster
Mohawk Meadows Park has play equipment, benches, and a walkway.

Mohawk Sports Park

1100 Mohawk Road East
Mohawk Sports Park is a large park with baseball diamonds, soccer and football fields, a running track, and a playground with a play structure, swings, and spring toys. The east side is a large natural area. A portion of the Escarpment Rail Trail runs through the park.

Montgomery Park

1570 Main Street East
Montgomery Park is a large neighbourhood park with two playgrounds, a spray pad, shelter, washroom facility, two multi-purpose courts with basketball backboards and hoops, and ball diamonds.

Morton Park

50 Larraine Avenue, Dundas
Morton Park has a natural area and a play area that includes an independent slide, a climber, spring toy, and swings.

Mount Hope Park

3027 Homestead Road, Glanbrook
Mount Hope Park is home to the Mount Hope Library and a Youth Centre. A public tennis court and a baseball diamond are also in the park, along with a play structure, swings, and spring toys. Parking is available. 

Mountain Brow West Park

282 Mountain Park Avenue
Mountain Brow West Park runs along the brow of the escarpment on Mountain Park Avenue from Upper Wentworth to Upper Sherman. There are two lookout areas, one on either side of the Wentworth Street Stairs. The property has historical significance as the former site of the East End Incline Railway and the Summers Theatre.

Mountain Drive Park

935 Concession Street
Mountain Drive Park has play equipment, benches, a shelter, parking lots, and walkways. The park offers an excellent view of the lower city.

Mount Lions' Club Park

450 Queen Victoria Drive
Mount Lions' Club Park has two levels, separated by a ridge of rock and a woodlot. The area to the south (the upper level) has a soccer field; the lower level slopes to the east and has a ball diamond, play structure, and spray pad. The park is adjacent to C. B. Stirling Public School.

Mountsberg Hall

2133 Centre Road, Carlisle
Centre Road runs through this park, splitting it into Mountsberg Hall Park and Mountsberg Park. On site is a community hall, baseball diamonds, swings, a small creative play structure, a spring toy, trees, parking, and two monuments.

Mountview Park

115 San Antonio Drive
Mountview Park is a neighbourhood park, with play equipment, a spray pad, a multi-purpose court with basketball, and a shelter. It is adjacent to Mountview Public School.

Myrtle Park

13 Delaware Avenue
Myrtle Park is a small park with play equipment, an accessible play structure, swings, a spray pad, park shelter, and a pathway.

Newlands Park

137 Lynbrook Drive
Newlands Park has a playground with a large accessible play structure, swings, shelter, flower bed, and a walkway.

North Central Community Park

467 Wentworth Street North.
North Central Community Park is located on the northwest corner of Wentworth Street and Mars Avenue. This park has a creative play structure, independent play equipment, swings, a spray pad, a multi-purpose court with basketball, benches, a shelter, and paved walkways.

North Wentworth Community Park

27 Highway 5 West, Waterdown
This park is home to the North Wentworth Community Centre and the Flamborough Optimist Soccer Fields. Also in the park is a natural area, benches, and parking.

Norwood Park

187 Terrace Drive
Norwood Park has two play structures, swings, spring toys, and some trees. It is adjacent to Monseigneur de Laval Separate School.

Oak Knoll Park

701 Mountain Brow Boulevard
Oak Knoll Park is a wooded area at the escarpment edge that overlooks the Albion Falls gorge.

Oakwood Place Park

132 Sterling Street
Oakwood Place Park is a small parkette with some green space, benches, and trees.

Olympic Sports Park

70 Olympic Drive, Dundas
Olympic Sports Park has several soccer fields and an arena. There is also a softball field, some benches, trees and parking. Washrooms are located in the arena.

Optimist Park

237 Manitou Way, Ancaster
Optimist Park, home of the Optimist Youth Centre, is a neighbourhood park with trees, benches, and a playlot with a large creative play structure and swings. Parking and washrooms are on site.

Palomino Ranch Park

6 Oldenburg Road, Carlisle
Palomino Ranch is a community park with private tennis courts, play equipment, shrub beds, trees, a walkway, and parking.

Paramount Park

1170 Paramount Drive, Stoney Creek
Paramount Park is a neighbourhood park with a soccer field, softball diamond, play equipment, parking, and a walkway which leads to a natural area. This park connects to the Bruce Trail.

Parkdale Park

20 Parkdale Avenue South
Parkdale Park has a variety of facilities, including a playground with two play structures, swings, and spring toys, a skate board park, a multi-use court with basketball, tennis courts, and an arena.

Peace Memorial Park

[Peace Memorial Monument] 85 East 36th Street
Peace Memorial Park is a redeveloped neighbourhood park with trees, pathways, swings, and an accessible play structure. Located at the entranceway is an archway, recently registered as an official Peace Memorial, from the original Peace Memorial School, dated back to 1919. This memorial stands as a reminder of those who fought during World War 1.

Pier 4

64 Leander Drive
Pier 4 Park is a charming and picturesque waterfront park. Its main features include an 80-foot tugboat play structure, oriented to provide children with a full view of the water; a curved boardwalk with a pavilion and benches; and the Gartshore-Thomson Building, which contains public washrooms. Additional features include a shoreline promenade, an open lawn area, a spray pad, a parking lot, picnic tables and benches, and a wheelchair access ramp extending from Bay Street North. Pier 4 Park's interconnected pedestrian/cycling trails facilitate barrier-free access to all areas of the park and provide linkages with the surrounding harbourfront precinct. During certain hours, Pier 4 can be accessed from Bayfront Park (times are posted at the park).

Pinecrest Park

490 Evergreen Avenue, Ancaster
Pinecrest Park is a quiet park with some play equipment.

Pipeline Park

1203 Main Street East by Huxley Avenue North
Pipeline Park is a large grassy walkway running from Ottawa Street South to Strathearne Avenue. A small parkette with a creative play structure is located at the corner of Huxley Avenue North and Roxborough Avenue.

Postlawn Park

46 Fairlawn Court, Ancaster
Postlawn Park is a neighbourhood park with some shrub beds, trees, creative play structures, and a walkway.

Powell Park

53 Birch Avenue at Harvey Street
Powell Park has two multi-purpose courts (one court has basketball), an accessible play structure, a wading pool, spray pad, and a building with washroom facilities.

Radial Park

1 Spruceside Avenue
Radial Park is primarily a playground with independent play equipment and swings, some benches, a picnic table, and a paved walkway through the park for passive recreation. It is divided into two sections by Spruceside Avenue.

Randall Park

50 Ravenbury Drive
Randall Park is adjacent to Lincoln Alexander Public School, and consists of a play structure, swings, benches, and a shelter.

Red Hill Bowl

King Street East at Lucerne Avenue
Red Hill Bowl is a natural area as well as an excellent baseball park, located west of the Red Hill Creek. The parking lot at the corner of King and Lawrence is connected to the park by a tunnel. A portion of the Red Hill Valley Recreational Trail runs through the park.

Red Hill Neighbourhood Park

320 Albright Road
Red Hill Neighbourhood Park is situated between two schools on Albright Road and has a t-ball field.

Richwill Park

7 Richwill Road
Richwill Park has two play structures, swings, benches, a shelter, a paved walkway, and open space.

Riverdale East Park

135 Vittorito Avenue
Riverdale East Park has a playground with traditional play equipment, an accessible play structure, swings, bocce courts (memberships available through Recreation Department), and trees. This park is adjacent to St. Agnes Separate School.

Riverwalk Park

5 Blueheron Lane, Carlisle
Riverwalk Park is a small neighbourhood park with a large play structure, swings, spring toys, and a natural area at the north end of the park.

Rockcliffe Gardens

40 Riley Street, Waterdown
Rockcliffe Gardens is a neighbourhood park with a small soccer field, a play structure, swings, a spring toy, and a natural area.

Rockview Summit

16 Grindstone Way, Waterdown
Rockview Summit Park is a quiet park with some play equipment, a partially accessible play structure, swings, a ball toss game, a walking path all around the park, and shrub beds. A creek runs alongside Riley Street.

Rosebough Park

23 Rosebough Street, Greensville
This neighbourhood park has a softball field, a multi-purpose court, a half basketball court, independent slides, spring toys, swings, and parking.

Rosedale Park

150 Greenhill Avenue
Rosedale Park is a large sports park and includes the Rosedale Arena, King's Forest Tennis Club, bocce courts, a creative play structure, two new spring toys out front of the Rosedale Arena, a multi-purpose court with basketball, and sports fields (in the area known as Greenhill Bowl). A portion of the Red Hill Valley Recreational Trail runs through the park.

Roxborough Park

70 Reid Avenue North
Roxborough Park has some diamonds, open space, a concrete block storage building and attached accessible sun shelter. It is adjacent to Roxborough Park Public School.

R.T. Steele Park

45 Ellis Avenue
R. T. Steele Park is a small playground with a play structure located next to the Kiwanis Boys' Club.

Rushdale Park

1199 Upper Wentworth Street by Southpark Avenue
Rushdale Park is a small, somewhat triangular park with playground equipment, swings, a multi-purpose court, spray pad, beach volleyball court, and shelter. This park is adjacent to the southeast corner of T. B. McQuesten Community Park.

Ryckman's Neighbourhood Park

539 Dicenzo Drive
Ryckman's Neighbourhood Park consists of a playground, a few picnic tables and some benches.

Sackville Hill Memorial Park

770 Upper Wentworth Street
Sackville Hill Memorial Park is a large park with several sports fields, a grandstand, and a playground. The Sackville Hill Seniors' Recreation Centre is located in the southeast corner of the property. It is adjacent to Hill Park Secondary School and Linden Park Public School.

Sam Lawrence Park

255 Concession Street
Sam Lawrence Park, situated on the Mountain brow at the top of the Jolley Cut, is one of the jewels in Hamilton's park system. Its features include a rock garden with perennial flowers, ornamental benches and lighting, walkways (most of which are accessible), wildflowers and prairie grasses, and an extensive system of interpretive signs. The park also offers spectacular, panoramic views of the lower city and the harbour.

Sam Manson Park

80 Nash Road North
Sam Manson Park is a fairly large sports park with several facilities, including soccer fields, bocce courts, and a playground.

Sanctuary Park

27 Sanctuary Drive, Dundas
Sanctuary Park is a neighbourhood park with two soccer fields, play equipment, parking, washrooms, and a sloping walkway. The Hamilton Brantford Rail Trail has a trail head here.

Scenic Park

565 Aberdeen Avenue at Scenic Drive
Scenic Park is a narrow strip of land along the edge of the escarpment leading to a parking lot and seating area at the entrance to the Chedoke Radial Trail. It offers excellent views of the lower city and areas to the northwest.

Scenic Woods Park

220 Lavender Drive, Ancaster
Scenic Woods Park is a neighbourhood park with a softball field, swings, trees, and benches.

Scott Park

1055 King Street East
Scott Park is a sports park with softball fields and an arena. It is adjacent to Jimmy Thompson Memorial Pool and across the street from the Tim Horton's Stadium Complex.

Sealey Park

115 Main Street South, Waterdown
Sealey Park is the site of the Waterdown Optimist Club. In the park are two public tennis courts, play equipment, a sand volleyball court, and parking.

Shamrock Park

105 Walnut Street South
Shamrock Park is divided into two sections: north and south of a T. H. & B. right of way. It has a playground, benches, shrubs, and a woodlot.

Shawinigan Park

1 Guildwood Drive
Shawinigan Park has a playground with traditional equipment, a water spray pad, multi-purpose court, shelter, and a woodlot.

Sheffield Ball Park

1227 Sheffield Road, Sheffield
Sheffield Ball Park has two softball fields, a public tennis court, and a park shelter. Parking available.

Sheldon Manor Park

22 Don Street, Dundas
Sheldon Manor Park is a small neighbourhood park with some play equipment, a walkway, and a naturalized area.

Sherwood Park

14 Sherwood Park Road, Stoney Creek
Sherwood Park is a busy neighbourhood park, and home to the Saltfleet Arena and Fruitland Community Centre. On site are soccer fields, play equipment, trees, benches, a woodlot, and parking.

Simcoe Tot Lot

344 Bay Street North
Simcoe Tot Lot is a grassy lot with a few trees located across from the entrance to Bayfront Park.

Sisters of St. Joseph's Park

2757 King Street East
Sisters of St. Joseph's Park consists of a playground and sports fields.

Skyway Park

189 Beach Blvd.
Skyway Park is a small playground with some trees.

Smokey Hollow Park

150 Mill Street South, Waterdown
Smokey Hollow Park is a natural area with a walkway leading to the Bruce Trail. Parking available.

Somerset Park

256 Lloyminn Avenue, Ancaster
Somerset Park has a picnic table and trees.

Southam Park

480 Upper James Street at the Claremont Access
Southam Park is located on the Mountain brow and offers a beautiful view of the lower city. It has a variety of vegetation, including mature trees, hanging pots, and hedges. The wood and stone plaza is the park's most identifiable feature.

St. Christopher's Park

119 McAnulty Blvd.
St. Christopher's Park has play equipment and a ball diamond. It was redeveloped in 1996 with a creative play structure, swings, spray pad, and a shelter.

Stinson School Parkette

200 Stinson Street
Adjacent to the former Stinson School contains a creative play structure, pathway and seating areas

Stirton Tot Lot

82 Stirton Street
Stirton Tot Lot is located on a narrow strip of land adjacent to a hydro substation. It has been developed with a play structure, benches, and lighting.

Stoneham Park

50 Halson Street, Ancaster
Stoneham Park is a small piece of land with some benches.

Stoneywood Park

271 Winterberry Drive, Stoney Creek
Stoneywood Park is a neighbourhood park with some play equipment, a softball field, benches and walkways. A natural area runs along the south and west sides.

Strabane Park

1315 Brock Rd. (7th Concession and Brock Rd.), Strabane
Strabane Park is a sports park with three softball fields and play equipment. A display fountain resides in the north part, and a shelter is by the basketball court. Parking available.

Stroud Road Park

145 Stroud Road
Part of Stroud Road Park is a flat area at the top of a slope that runs down to a valley-like area surrounded by railway tracks, the Chedoke Expressway, Stroud Road, and Delbrook Court. The rest of the park is a natural growth area, with high grass and trees.

Summerbrook Park

301 Brookview Court, Ancaster
Summerbrook Park is a natural forest area. 

Summerlea West Park

151 Binhaven Boulevard
A neighbourhood park containing a creative play structure, multi-purpose court, asphalt pathways, open space areas, seating and tree-plantings.

Tapleytown Park

368 Mud Street East, Stoney Creek
Tapleytown Park features one soccer field, one softball field, trees, and a parking lot.

Tapleytown Men's Club Park

315 Mud Street East, Stoney Creek
Tapleytown Men's Club Park has two softball fields, play equipment, trees, and parking.

T.B. McQuesten Community Park

1199 Upper Wentworth Street, south of Limeridge Road East
T. B. McQuesten Community Park has a 100 space parking lot, entrance road, sun shelter, washrooms, asphalt paths suitable for roller blading, an open space area, site furnishings, one baseball diamond, one soccer field, one multi-purpose court, a creative play area, trees and shrubs. Rushdale Park is adjacent to the southeast corner of the property.

T. Melville Bailey Park

45 Cloverhill Drive.
Formerly known as Arcade Park, T. Melville Bailey Park is made up of two parcels of park land on either side of an alley way. The shaded playground area has an accessible walkway and play structure, and there is open space on the west and east sides of the park.

Templemead Park

30 Independence Drive
Templemead Park is a neighbourhood park with a large woodlot on its west side. Features include a playground, spray pad, multi-purpose court, bocce courts, and a softball diamond.

Thorner Park

100 Deerborn Drive
Thorner Park is a large, open, flat park with a small, traditional playground in one corner. It is adjacent to Thornbrae Public School.

Todd Ofield Park

205 Orkney Road, Flamborough
Todd Ofield Park is a passive neighbourhood park with some play equipment, trees, and benches.

Tom Street Park

92 Tom Street
Tom Street Park is road allowance turned into a park. It is a partly open, partly shaded passive park, with a seating area between two houses and a natural area located behind the park.

Tower Park

46 Woodend Drive, Carlisle
Tower Park is a quiet park with shrubs, trees, and a walkway.

Town Square Park

79 King St. East
This parkette, located between King St and Jones St, has many benches as well as a running fountain.

Trenholme Open Space

135 Trenholme Crescent
This property extends from Stone Church Rd. E. (east of Upper Ottawa) to Trenholme Park (at the end of Upper Kenilworth).

Trenholme Park

135 Trenholme Crescent
Trenholme Park is a neighbourhood park with a natural area. Features include a public bocce court (memberships are available through the association), multi-purpose court, accessible play structure, spray pad, and a shelter.

Troy Tot Lot

2310 Highway 5 West, Troy
This park has some play equipment suitable for young children, and parking.

Turner Park

344 Rymal Road East.
Turner Park is primarily a baseball park and contains several diamonds. It also has a partly shaded roadside rest area with a playground, picnic tables and a skateboard park.

Tyne Place Park

10 Tyne Place
Tyne Place Park is a triangular-shaped boulevard in front of houses on Tyne Place. It is across the street from Buchanan Park.

Upper Wellington/Fennell Park

244 Fennell Ave. E.
Upper Wellington/Fennell Park has a shrub bed and a few benches.

Upper King's Forest Park

701 Mountain Brow.
Upper King's Forest Park is the name given to three natural areas along Mountain Brow Blvd. and Mud Street.  A portion of the Red Hill Valley Recreational Trail crosses the park at Mud Street, beginning at the parking lot.

Valley Park

970 Paramound Drive, Stoney Creek
Valley Park is home to the Valley Park Arena. Located at the park is a soccer field, lit hardball field and unlit softball field, play equipment, natural areas, a creek, and a pedestrian walkway with a bridge.

Valley Community Centre

287 Old Guelph Road, Dundas
Valley Community Centre has two softball fields, play equipment, parking, and a gravel walkway which surrounds the park.

Veevers Park

688 Greenhill Avenue
Veevers Park is a small, open park with a traditional playground, creative play area, swings, spray pad, and a sun shelter.

Veterans Memorial Park

105 Huntingwood Avenue, Dundas
Veterans Memorial Park features two softball fields, play equipment, natural areas, and several walkways. Parking and washrooms available.

Victoria Park

516 King Street West
Victoria Park is a large sports park with a variety of activities, including a playground, a large hardball diamond, swimming and wading pools, tennis and multi-purpose courts, and a Community Garden. The park has historical significance as the former site of the Crystal Palace.

Village Green Park

291 Lodor Street, Ancaster
Village Green Park is a neighbourhood park with a small soccer field, tennis courts, a lawn bowling green, a splash pad, and many park benches. Parking available.

Volunteer Field

147 King Street East
Located in Dundas, as part of Martino Memorial Park.  It is a regulation-size baseball diamond.

Warren Park

46 1/2 Tally Ho Drive, Dundas
Warren Park is a natural area with a walkway.

Waterdown Memorial Park

200 Hamilton Street, Waterdown
Waterdown Memorial Park is a popular sports park featuring a lit soccer/football field, four softball fields, play equipment, a wading pool, a park shelter, parking, and washrooms.

Waterford Park

10 Waterford Cres., Stoney Creek
This neighbourhood park has some play equipment, trees, and parking.

Wellington Park

399 King Street East
Wellington Park is a small, partly shaded park situated on a corner. The centrepiece of the park is an ornamental fountain with raised flower beds, benches, and radiating walkways.

Westover Park

1430 6th Concession St. West, Westover
Westover Park is a neighbourhood park with softball and t-ball diamonds, a natural area, and parking.

Wildan Tot Lot

1 Wildan Drive, Freelton
This park has play equipment suitable for young children, shrub beds, a park shelter, benches, and a small parking lot.

Wildwood Park

639 Greenravine Drive, Ancaster
Wildwood Park has some play equipment.

William McCulloch Park

200 Bonaventure Drive
William McCulloch Park is a large sports park with baseball diamonds (including a hardball diamond), soccer fields, a creative play structure and swings. It has been the home of the West Mountain Baseball Association since 1980. The park is adjacent to Seneca Public School.

William Schwenger Park

86 Claudette Gate
A portion of William Schwenger Park has been developed with a playground, multi-purpose court, benches, and picnic tables. The remaining property consists of a field and woodlot.

Winona Park

1328 Barton Street East by Winona Road, Stoney Creek
Winona Park is an active community park featuring lit and unlit softball fields, play equipment, a park shelter, spray pad, woodlot, and parking.

Witherspoon Park

70 Witherspoon Street, Dundas
This passive neighbourhood park has some play equipment.

Woodburn Ball Park

1040 Golf Club Road, Glanbrook
Woodburn Ball Park consists of three t-ball diamonds, play equipment, parking, and washrooms.

Woodlands Park

501 Barton Street East
Woodlands Park, one of the City's oldest parks, has a playground, a soccer field, a softball diamond, and a small parking lot. A fire station is located in the southeast corner of the property. Woodlands Park is the home of Hamilton's first collection of outdoor exercise equipment.

Woodward Park

589 Woodward Avenue
Woodward Park is adjacent to Woodward Public School and has an accessible play structure, spray pad, shelter, and a multi-purpose court.

Woolverton Park

90 Charlton Avenue East
Woolverton Park has a wading pool, play structure, and multi-purpose court.

Yorkshire Heights Park

106 Watsons Lane, Dundas
This parkette has some play equipment.