Parks and Trails in Georgetown 

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Jul 14, 2016

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Parks and Trails in Georgetown 

Halton Hills offers great places to hike and bike. From endless side roads and lines that offer beautiful scenic views, to country biking and hiking in conservation areas. You can explore a different park every weekend and never get tired of the magnificent beauty of this truly inspiring landscape. We did some research and found some of the most popular parks and trails in and around Georgetown and Halton Hills.


Georgetown Fairgrounds – Park Ave. and Charles St.

The Georgetown Fairgrounds annually hosts community events and has been an icon in the downtown area for 170 plus years. From the Fall Fair, Highland Games, outdoor concerts to baseball tournaments, there is surely something to entertain any audience. A peaceful location with huge mature trees, walking trails, and a perfect place for enjoying the outdoors right at your doorstep.

The Old Seed House Garden – Dominion Gardens Park
135 Maple Avenue, Georgetown, ON

Built on the site of the former Dominion Seed House operation, the locally run garden contains many of the plants once propagated on the property. Parking off Maple Avenue east of Guelph Street.

Lucy Maud Montgomery Gardens
477 Guelph Street (Hwy 7), Norval, ON

Developed by the Norval Community Association, the garden features a new Children’s Garden of the Senses (summer 2015) that is inspired by Lucy Maud Montgomery’s world renown children’s storybooks.  Through the sensory qualities of the garden and fun-filled activities, children can appreciate nature with the stimulation of their senses of sight, touch, hearing, smell and taste.  Community donations for the new garden are welcome.  Parking is off Mary Street at Hwy 7 in Norval. 

Remembrance Park
29 James Street, Georgetown, ON

Just west of Main Street in downtown Georgetown, this James Street Park is dedicated in memory of those who served. A fountain, benches and floral gardens maintained with assistance from the Dutch Canadian Remembrance Committee makes the park a special place to visit.

Willow Park Ecology Centre
463 Guelph Street (Hwy 7), Norval, ON

Once the site of a trailer park, the land has been transformed into an ecology centre where the public can view composting demonstrations, butterfly gardens and walking trails. The eight acre site sits on the bank of the west Credit River and is accessed through Norval Park.


Gellert Community Park
10241 Eighth Line, Georgetown, ON

Gellert Community Park boasts baseball diamonds, soccer and football fields, a playground and splash pad. Home to Gellert Community Centre, the park has ample parking and can easily accommodate large family get-togethers with indoor space available for cooling down, including an indoor pool for when the weather cools but water exercise still beckons.

Prospect Park
30 Park Avenue, Acton, ON

Home of the Acton Fall Fair, Prospect Park offers baseball diamonds, tennis and multi-purpose courts, Rotary Club Bandstand, Picnic Pavilion, Superior Glove Splash Pad, leash free zone, track, soccer field and playground. Surrounded by Fairy Lake, this scenic park promises something for the whole family. Concession is open during the summer season.

Cedarvale Park
181-185 Main Street South, Georgetown, ON

Located near historic downtown Georgetown is spacious Cedarvale Park, complete with a 9-hole Frisbee golf course, leash-free zone and soccer fields. Enjoy the serene banks of Silver Creek which run through the park and adjacent Cedarvale Community Centre, a protected historical site recognized by the Armenian Society as a haven for refugees in 1915.

Glen Williams Park
509 Main Street, Glen Williams, ON

Located in the hamlet of Glen Williams, the park includes baseball diamonds, park pavilion, and flower gardens. Tradition and character have been preserved in the old dug out and concession stand. Glen Williams Park is the perfect place to have a picnic, organize a friendly game of baseball or listen to the tranquil sounds of Credit River flow by.

Hornby Park
12790 Steeles Avenue, Hornby, ON

Minutes from the 401 (Trafalgar Rd. and Steeles Ave.), Hornby Park is an ideal location to stop, stretch your legs and enjoy a peaceful lunch away from it all. With a playground, baseball diamonds, covered pavilion, and the Sixteen Mile Creek running through, this hidden gem is truly one of Halton Hills’ treasures! Monuments frame the entrance in dedication of the local baseball community.


The benefits of hiking and biking are endless. It’s an opportunity to explore magnificent countryside, move your body and free your spirit! When you live in Georgetown you’re never very far from beautiful places to explore. Take a look at this local trail map and get your bike in gear or strap on those hiking boots!