Hamilton Region Parks and Places
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Hamilton Parks and Trails
The Escarpment Rail Trail is a multi-use trail developed on an abandoned CN line. The trail extends from above the escarpment near Albion Falls, to the lower city.
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Buttermilk Falls is a 23 meter high plunge waterfall
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Nelles Beach is a great public park beach with great amenities for a fun beach side visit to Lake Ontario.
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The Cootes Drive Trail is a multi-use asphalt trail
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A beautiful park that has both active and passive park amenities
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Burlington's beautiful 57 acre park on the shore of Lake Ontario
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Enjoy a stroll along Bronte Creek or follow the nature trails through the woods at Lowville Park
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Enjoy stunning panoramic views of Grimsby and Lake Ontario from four lookouts along the Lookout Trail.
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Mount Nemo is a favorite among hikers in Halton Parks. Away from the crowds and the hustle bustle of the city, Mount Nemo is a peaceful sanctuary for nature walks.
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A great place to do some fishing off the pier, launch your small boat or seadoo from the boat ramp, take a stroll along the Forty Mile Creek
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Centennial Park just off Grimsby's Main Street East is a lovely rolling green space backing onto the Niagara Escarpment.
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Kerncliff Park is a pleasant place to explore via gravel paths and a boardwalk.
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Binbrook Tract Conservation area is on the Lake Niapenco reservoir, the largest inland lake in the Niagara Watershed.
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Rotary Riverside Trail
Scenic Grand River Trail
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