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Lakeview Park
#4 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Later at the evening couples stroll by the lake, kids and parents Pokémon (and yes it’s quite a hotspot) and people hang out to see the sunset or enjoy the cool breeze.
Lakeview park is beautiful and very big,its great for family picnics.Being right on lake ontario makes it even more beatiful.They have July 1 celebrations,autofest and ribfest.Sufficient parking except during spec...
Canadian Automotive Museum
#1 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
There are many unique cars on display, many unique Oshawa cars, the history of McLaughlin-Buick (go Canada!) and it is picture and family friendly.
great time for the family and fun for kids to learn about cars and gives them a look in the the past of the history and the automotive industry happy to keep going back as my little one get older to see what is new
Tribute Communities Centre
#3 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Bring the kids.
Took the entire family.
The Ontario Regiment RCAC Museum
#5 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Perfect for the history buff, families, etc. Tank weekends lets you see the tanks operating and feel the ground shake from high horsepower tank engines.
Great for kids and adults alike!
Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens
#7 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
It's a very nice place for a good walk in the cool of the day or having a picnic with family and friends or just sitting in a cozy spot and read your favorite book.
It is also a great place to just relax with a picnic lunch , stroll through the grounds and play with your kids.
Linton's Farm Market
#8 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Linton family farm has always been a go to place for local produce.
Even the kids in the family could taste the difference!
Parkwood National Historic Site
#2 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Located at the northwest corner of Simcoe Street and Adelaide Street in Oshawa is a must see for seniors, children and families.
It is also interesting to learn the family History of Sam Mcglaulin and his family.
Robert McLaughlin Gallery
#6 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
For Kids --- they have so much activity and camps for families and kids alike.
Oshawa Zoo
#11 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Karen and Alan (sister and brother) own this delightful family friendly zoo, and their commitment to the animals and guests is evident when they greet you at the gate.
Family run...totally hands on for kids...clean...animals are loved and so well cared for...best way to spend an afternoon in the Summer.
Purple Woods Conservation Area
#15 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
The local schools using make this part of the children's circulium for history, however it still is a great family outing.
Great place to take the kids for pancakes and see the maple syrup running.
Memorial Park
#16 of 22 things to do in Oshawa
Lynde Shores Conservation Area Whitby 6.0 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Whitby
We also saw red cardinals, blue jays, a couple species of woodpeckers, mourning doves, swans, mallards, Canada geese, and my kids favourite: the wild turkeys.
Lynde Shores has a Chickadee Trail for families, where feeding small birds and wildlife is encouraged and the LeVay Trail for those looking for bigger wildlife.
Heber Down Conservation Area Whitby 6.7 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Whitby
We fell in love with this beautiful place the first time our family went there.3 hiking trails will take you on a different adventure every time you visit.The whole family can enjoy!You can even bring your dog the...
Kids love this place, lots to see from frogs to ducks as well as the occasional deer.
Darlington Provincial Park Courtice 4.2 mi away
#3 of 8 things to do in Courtice
I don't think I appreciated the park as a kid but today, just spending an hour or so walking the trails, sitting on one of the many picnic tables, or skipping stones on the water - it takes all the stress out of a...