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Parks & Trails

The Town of Orangeville has much to offer in parks, trails and open space.

The 35-park system includes ball diamonds, soccer fields, accessible play apparatus for all ages, an outdoor skateboard park, BMX park, outdoor sports pad, two splash pads, four outdoor ice rinks (weather permitting) and other amenities such as picnic shelters, washrooms and tables. Please contact [email protected] for information about parks and sports field rentals.

The Town has completed the final Parks Master Planintended to direct the delivery of parks and related services. The Parks Master Plan provides direction for a balanced service delivery and mix of outdoor recreation opportunities. Council has directed that staff consider implementation of the recommendations in future planning and development of Parks and Recreation Programs.

Find a park, or click here to download a listing of all parks with their amenities.

The Town of Orangeville has twenty kilometres of multi-surface trails.  The trails system currently links to the Island Lake Conservation Area.

Coming soon to a park near you!

Parks and Recreation will be installing new playgrounds at the below listed parks during the spring/summer of 2018.  
 

Fendley Park, 11 Fendley Rd.

The new playground at Fendley Park is now open!

 

Tweedy Parkette, 325 Elderberry St.  

The park is now closed for public use starting June 20 and the installation of the new playground will take place during the week
of June 25, 2018 (weather permitting).

 

Bravery Park Playground at Alder Parklands, 275 Alder St.

The Bravery Park Playground is scheduled to be installed beginning July (weather permitting).