Soak up the summer in Oakville's parks

Aug 21, 2015

Summer is the season to soak up the summer at a nearby park. Find the perfect park near our Oakville apartments using today’s list compiled by the Timbercreek Communities blog team.

Coronation Park

Coronation Park (1426 Lakeshore Road West) is located along the scenic shores of TC Oakville ParksLake Ontario. If you are planning an afternoon with the family, there are plenty of activities here for all ages. Cool off at the splash pad, enjoy a match on the volleyball court or explore the playground. The park also has five designated picnic areas. 75 Stewart Street Apartments (1426 Lakeshore Road West) are an eight-minute drive from this popular park in Oakville.

Lakeside Park

Discover a little Oakville history during your day in the sun at Lakeside Park (144 Front Street). In addition to its stunning lakeside location, the park is also home to two historic buildings, the Old Post Office and the Thomas House. A playground, washrooms and a bandstand can also be found here. Lakeside Park is around a ten-minute drive from 444 Kerr Street Apartments

Gairloch Gardens

Gairloch Gardens (1306 Lakeshore Road East) are a beautiful place to go this summer. Be immersed in nature at this local garden, which features a rose garden and over 15,000 annuals that bloom during the summer season. If you want to spend a summer afternoon here, it is less than a ten-minute drive from 75 Stewart Street Apartments

Prepare for your day

Make the most of your visit to the park with the perfect summertime picnic. Fill your picnic basket with fresh produce from the Oakville Farmers’ Market (120 Navy Street), a Saturday stop that’s an easy 15-minute walk from 75 Stewart Street Apartments. For coolers, backpacks, folding chairs and more, visit Oakville Outdoors & Surplus Exchange (130 Speers Road), just a four-minute walk from 444 Kerr Street Apartments

Soak in the summer at one of today’s parks featured by the Timbercreek Communities blog team. For additional information about our Oakville apartments, visit our website.

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