Oakville offers more than 3,200 acres of parkland and open space that is perfect for exploration and relaxation.
Bike, hike or rollerblade along the town’s beautiful trails and paths, swim and play at one of many local pools and splash pads or take advantage of Oakville’s 17 kilometer waterfront and go boating or sport fishing.
The following amenities will be reopening under new provincial COVID-19 safety protocols:
- Splash pads
- Oakville Public Library Contactless Holds Pickups and Returns
- Park greenspaces and trails
- Community gardens
- Town-owned cemeteries
- Town-owned leash-free dog parks and their parking lots
- Parking lots open: Tannery and Waterworks Park, Gairloch Gardens, Coronation Park and South Shell Park, Bronte Beach, Bluffer’s Park, Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park, community centers for permitted activities.
- Public washrooms open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily: Fisherman’s Warf, Bronte Outer Harbour, Tannery Park, Wallace Park, Lakeside Park, Lawson Park, Coronation Park, Burloak Canoe Club, George Savage Park, Memorial Park, Isaac Park, Fowley Park, South Shell Park. Towne Square washroom is open year round from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Harbours and boat storage facilities
- Bronte and Shipyard public boat launch ramp, Busby canoe and kayak launch ramp
- Publicly accessible multi-use sport-fields (areas not locked and enclosed with fencing) are open to individuals and for casual play
- Picnic tables and benches
- Tennis, bocce ball and pickleball courts with the exception of Trafalgar Park, William Rose Park and Fowley Park
- Skateboard parks
- Basketball courts
Continue to adhere to the provincial policies of social distancing when exploring Oakville outdoors.