Oakville Parks

The Town of Oakville is proud of its variety of parks throughout the community. Its picturesque setting on Lake Ontario and various rivers and streams offer the people of Oakville scenic trails and gorgeous views. In addition, there are numerous sports fields including soccer pitches, baseball diamonds, basketball courts,tennis courts and more throughout this great town.

Please take time to view each park below, and get a feel for why Oakville is one of the most sought-after communities to live and raise a family in.

Gairloch Gardens

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Coronation Park

Coronation-Park-Oakville-OntarioCoronation Park is located in southwest Oakville just east of Third Line on Lakeshore Road. It’s an expansive area with many different attractions including a stage for musical and theatrical performances. The park also has a wonderful sheltered picnic area for family gatherings as well as a waterpark for the children to run and play on warm summer days. Teenagers and adults also frequent the park for it’s wonderful beaches and volleyball courts.

Explore Coronation Park

 


Lawson Park

Lawson Park, a wonderful 5.5 acre park located at 148 Morrison Road in southeast Oakville, is a great place to take the kids on a nice summer day. Home to the Lawson Park Tennis Club, this historic site was donated to the Town of Oakville by Mr. Ray Lawson. It was named Lawson Park after his death in 1980. Read the history of Lawson Park here.

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Oakville is also proud of our Bronte Creek Provincial Park. This pastoral, all-season oasis between Burlington and Oakville offers a place to unwind and step back in time. View living history demonstrations in an 1890s farmhouse. Take the children to the playbarn to pet the animals or romp in the outdoor playground. Camp overnight, swim in a huge outdoor pool, stroll along nature trails, and pedal your bicycle. In winter, you can skate outdoors, go tobogganing and cross-country skiing. The day use and campground areas in this park are separate, as each has its own entrance.


Interactive map of all parks in Oakville.

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