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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ancaster
To see Tiffany Falls, a lovely 21 metre cascade waterfall, you have to take an easy hike approximately 10-15 minutes into the woods along a dirt pathway that crosses Tiffany Creek a couple of times before arriving...
It's a relatively easy 400 metre walk from the parking lot along Wilson (which is an extension of Hamilton's Main Street) and the trail gives the visitor an opportunity to view some of the rock structures that mak...
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Dundas Valley Conservation Area

Hamilton, Canada 2.3 mi away
#9 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
The rail trail runs from the top of Dundurn Street for miles to Brantford and beyond There are several well-signposted walking trails numerous trails through the woods from the Visitor's Centre., including one to...
I think this is an excellent place for hiking with the up and down hills and a great place to get back into nature whether you are a hiker or a horse back rider or cyclist t's a great place to do that sort of thin...

Sherman Falls

Hamilton, Canada 1.0 mi away
#16 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Although technically on private property the owners allow public viewing along a short loop of the Bruce Trail, just be sure to stay on the designated path.
Sherman Falls is an easily accessible curtain waterfall located a short walk from the road and is part of the Hamilton Conservation Authority.
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#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
The Spencer Gorge Conservation Area provides some spectacular scenery for visitors as they hike or trek the area that has interesting geological features that include the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, Spencer Go...
Spencer Gorge Conservation Area is a very busy part of the Hamilton Conservation Authority's parks that gives you access to two different and beautiful waterfalls (Tew's Falls and Webster's Falls) as well as some...
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Tews Falls

Dundas 4.0 mi away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
Tew's Falls is a ribbon waterfall in the Hamilton area that is 41 metres in height, making it the tallest waterfall in Hamilton and shorter than Niagara Falls by 11 metres.
Tew's Falls is one of the premier waterfalls pouring over the height of the Niagara Escarpment in Dundas and it's a definite photogenic must-see when you're in the area.
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#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ancaster

Bayfront Park

Hamilton, Canada 5.8 mi away
#1 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Many people have yet to discover the open spaces and walking trails of this bayside park, and if you LOVE to walk and explore, THIS is the place for you...it is SO close, so easy to get to,
If your a runner, cyclist, or just a walker, the waterfront trail we lead you over to beautiful cootes paradise, and if you have sharp eyes you'll see the resident eagles there.

Chedoke Falls

Hamilton, Canada 3.2 mi away
#24 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Parking! - go down scenic drive, past where your GPS wants you to go! Just keep going, you will get to a four way and a park, park there!
The hike from the bottom to the falls is a bit rugged but if you are adventurous you will love it.

Royal Botanical Gardens

Burlington, Canada 6.4 mi away
#3 of 18 Nature & Parks in Burlington
Established in the 1920s, the gardens (Royal Botanical Gardens Centre & Hendrie Park, Laking Garden, David Braley & Nancy Gordon Rock Garden [Rock Garden], and The Arboretum & Nature Interpretive Centre [Arboretum...
The Arboretum is another favourite spot, and when the magnolias and lilacs are done, there are marvellous hiking trails, with views on Cootes Paradise, and best of all, friendly chickadees and nuthatches that feas...
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Dundas Driving Park

Dundas 3.1 mi away
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
Fabulous space for a picnic under a tree or at a table.
Huge park with an oval roadway around the park, used often for exercise walking/running.

Pier 4 Park

Hamilton, Canada 6.1 mi away
#4 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
this park is great for people of all ages, a wide green space for picnics, frisbee, walking the dog, events are held here from time to time, check hamilton events calender.
Overall, I found this park quite well-maintained and clean, a good spot for families and friends to enjoy a day in nature.

Cliffview Falls

Hamilton, Canada 3.1 mi away
#40 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton

Gage Park

Hamilton, Canada 7.3 mi away
#3 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
It's Your Festival, Festival of Friends, Francofest, Mid-Summer's Dream (to name a few) also, various concerts and music venues I'm proud that we offer such a wide variety of different Ethnic Venues in our City.
A lovely place to go jogging, have a picnic, play, or just relax - highly recommended on a sunny afternoon, to sit beneath some big shady trees and read a good book.
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
We have been to Christie Lake many times-this one in particular for a group picnic and it was really great to enjoy the beach and the grass areas.
you would think that you are in some remote camp in the north, yet, just a few minutes from Dundas, Ancaster, Hamilton, and Cambridge lay a very large park, that offers all the amenities, WITHOUT acting like a bac...

William Connell City-Wide Park

Hamilton, Canada 3.8 mi away
#39 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Kudos to the City of Hamilton though on building perhaps the best park on the escarpment.
There is a large pond that is the central feature of the park that has become inhabited by some ducks and geese.
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas

Friends Of The Aviary

Hamilton, Canada 4.1 mi away
#33 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton

Kennedy East Park

Hamilton, Canada 3.8 mi away
#48 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton

Cherry Hill Gate

Burlington, Canada 6.4 mi away
#8 of 18 Nature & Parks in Burlington
This place is awesome walk the pathways thru woods and a marsh area with lots wildlife to enjoy Birds will eat seeds right out your hands and squirrels are friendly and fat from all the peanuts fed to them.
The most fun you can have for $1 CAD an hour to park plus $1 for a bag of wild bird seeds from Dollar Mania, although the wildlife, especially the chipmunks do prefer the sunflower seeds so would recommend just ta...

Buttermilk Falls

Hamilton, Canada 4.4 mi away
#35 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Not much flow but still very scenic

LaSalle Park

Burlington, Canada 8.2 mi away
#4 of 18 Nature & Parks in Burlington
If your idea of bliss is sitting by the Lake, watching sailboats, geese, and swans, LaSalle Park Marine is for you!! We go there almost every day of the year....this is picnic season....take a lunch with you and r...
This place is a paradise for birds and wildlife!! Every year we go for a walk along the trails!! Very relaxing and a lot of families come down to see the swans and ducks.

Webster’s Falls

Dundas 3.9 mi away
#8 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
#6 of 8 Nature & Parks in Dundas
From where you park it is just a short walk to be able to see it.
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Sam Lawrence Park

Hamilton, Canada 5.4 mi away
#27 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
During the warmer months wildflowers and prairie grasses rise up in abundance and the landscape here at the park is amazing.
The most impressive thing about this park was the commanding view of Hamilton Harbour, Hamilton, and Dundas from high up on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment.

Princess Point Woodland Trails

Hamilton, Canada 4.9 mi away
#44 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton

Gore Park

Hamilton, Canada 5.5 mi away
#29 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
... talent (who just happened to be someone I know lol) 4) visited a Cafe (Red Church) 5) Visited Gore Park (around the Gore were Veterans monuments and additional musicians playing outside and chairs set up for g...
The fountain is the main attraction because it is so beautiful.
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Harvey Park

Hamilton, Canada 5.2 mi away
#45 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton

Albion Falls

Hamilton, Canada 7.7 mi away
#8 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
Albion falls is sarin and peaceful has some some great nature around .bummer city closed it from public access due to the location and people being tooo adventurous and forgetting gravity .... Great place to visit...
You can get a spectacular view of it from the top of the mountain and if you take a short drive from it, there is a park that features a vista featuring Hamilton's skyline and Lake Ontario.

T. B. McQueston Park

Hamilton, Canada 5.3 mi away
#47 of 59 Nature & Parks in Hamilton
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ancaster