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All reviews lake ontario splash pad sandy beach snack bar lots of picnic tables nice beach water front public washrooms view of the lake fries lots of space play area great place paved trail big playground baseball diamonds food area
Oshawa has many great things about it, and one of the best is Lakeview Park.
It has beaches, play grounds a splash pad, soccer pitches that stay green all summer, baseball diamonds, a gazebo plenty of parking and lovely mature trees.
On any given day...More
I'm not sure why the actual access to the lake is fenced---but there is a specific beach that people can access. Its a lovely walk, and you can walk either on the paved trail or the grass. It goes into a quiet residential area....then you...More
I am having been going to Lakeview for years. It is fantastic for children , friends,couples. You can spend 30 minutes there or hours. There is a lovely scenic trail, the fries and ice cream are wonderful. The bathrooms are available and clean. There are...More
Nice long beach, on lake Ontario that is kept clean. The park is really nice and well kept as well. I love the long paved trail by the lake with benches at regular intervals if you cannot walk a very long at once. There is...More
Every city should have a place like Lakeview park. Oshawa's jewel by the lake has picnic areas, a band shell, ample parking, soccer and ball diamonds, a beach and a boardwalk that is great for strolling or simply sitting. Changes to municipal bylaws have removed...More
Great trails to walk across the shore, there's a giant playground and splash pad for the kids, tons of space to set up for a picnic or for large groups.
For the most part no real obnoxious people hanging out here. Just families or couples...More
It's very nice park along the shore of lake Ontario. There is free parking place, walking trail along the lake, playgrounds and picnic places. Oshawa museum is located inside the park with Heritage houses and the history of it's owners.
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A permit is required from the city if your group is more than 20 people. The access to Lakeview Park is free, the permit isn’t. Less than 20 people is free, above that starts at $31.50 and goes up depending on the amount of... More
A permit is required from the city if your group is more than 20 people. The access to Lakeview Park is free, the permit isn’t. Less than 20 people is free, above that starts at $31.50 and goes up depending on the amount of attendees and if the ‘party’ is personal or commercial.
Google Oshawa Lakeview Picnic fees as I cannot post the link.