Summer Fun Near You
July 23, 2019
Author: Park Property Management
Looking for some unforgettable summer fun?
Look no further! We've found some of the most exciting summer destinations near you.
From August 2nd to August 5th, Scarborough will celebrate their 18th annual Ribfest. Indulge in the best ribs around and enjoy live entertainment from Tom Hayes & the Twisters, Green River Revival, and more. There's more mouthwatering food to be had at Etobicoke's Grace JerkFest from August 9th through to the 11th in Centennial Park. This family-friendly festival showcases the best Jerk cuisine and the most vibrant music. In Waterloo, you can experience African and Caribbean culture when you attend the LINK Picnic Festival. Head to Victoria Park August 24th and 25th to experience music, activities, and more.
If you're looking for a thrilling adventure in Cambridge, try Tubing the Grand! This 3 hour tubing adventure starts at Moyer's Blair Landing and ends in Old Galt. Reserve your spot and enjoy an unforgettable day on the river. If you need to cool down in Tillsonburg, check out the Lake Lisgar Waterpark. Open daily from 11am to 6pm, this waterpark is packed with fun for all ages with a heated pool and a shallow splash area. For the best of both worlds, try Toronto's Centreville Amusement Park. Enjoy rides and games in the park, and explore the delicious food options throughout the island.
Relax on the beach at the Guelph Lake Conservation Area. There are two sandy beaches perfect for swimming, fishing, paddling, and more. In Mississauga, the Jack Darling Memorial Park has a long beach stretching across Lake Ontario, and a splash pad for the little ones. This large park also has picnic tables, sports fields, and more. If you want to hit the beach in Burlington, check out Beachway Park. This park offers the perfect setting for land and water sports, and offers a seasonal concession, outdoor pavilion, and kids' playground.
It's easy to pass a warm summer day at Stratford's Upper Queen's Park, where you can hike to the waterfalls, read a good book, or picnic with family and friends. Kiwanis Park in Kitchener features a lake-like pool, sports fields, a playground, picnic tables, and even a canoe ride. In Oakville, Bronte Creek Provincial Park features a stunning beach, campgrounds, and great hiking trails.