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Spencer Smith Park
Burlington, Ontario, Canada

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Spencer Smith Park

Park Size: 6.37 acres
Trail Length: 1 km or 0.62 miles
Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Dog Walking
Mountain Biking
Wheelchair Access

Spencer Smith Park is a beautiful park in downtown Burlington, Ontario and is located on the shore of Lake Ontario. In the summer the park is home to Canada's Largest Ribfest, the Sound of Music Festival and the Burlington Beer Festival. There are lots of walking paths and the park has a small beach too.

There is Spencer's, a restaurant with a capacity of more than two hundred diners, with a large patio are entirely made of glass offering beautiful views of Lake Ontario and Lakeshore Road. In the winter months the parks Centennial Pond features ice skating, and is used as a model sailboat pond in the summer. The Waterjet plaza has a water play area for children with jets spraying water in the air, as well as a playground.

Discovery Landing is a 14,200 square foot, two-storey landmark that faces out to the lake and offers storm and weather watching views.

The Brant Street Pier is also part of the park and has a great walkway, raised platform and a beacon. Walking out onto the pier is well worth it as the views are spectacular.

Pet Friendly and Wheel Chair Accessible

How To Get To: Spencer Smith Park

From the 403 take QEW Niagara and exit at #2 Hwy (Lakeshore Road) and go East. Spencer Smith Park will be on your right just past the Hospital.
From Niagara - take QEW Toronto bound to Hwy #2 Lakeshore Rd exit and stay to the right merging onto Lakeshore Road. The park will be on your right just past the Hospital.


1400 Lakeshore Rd, Burlington, ON Burlington, Canada

43.3214882 -79.798342

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