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Community Parks

Grimsby Parks and Open Spaces

There are many parks, sports fields, open spaces and other facilities in the Town of Grimsby.
Some parks and facilities require a permit for use, particularly for an organized function.
If you need a permit or notice a concern at a particular park you can contact the Recreation Department at 905-945-1288.

A complete list of parks and open spaces with a map can be downloaded here:  pdf Parks-Facilities-OpenSpaces  

Winter Maintenance:  Please take note that sidewalks, stairs and pathways in parks and open spaces are not maintenaned during winter months (approximately November - March).



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Enjoy stunning panoramic views of Grimsby and Lake Ontario from four lookouts along the Lookout Trail.  The trail will also lead you to the 23-metre Upper Beamer Falls over the Escarpment.  In the spring, be sure to check out the unique Hawk Migration that occurs along the Niagara Escarpment.  To get to Beamer Memorial Conservation Area, take Mountain Street to the top of the Escarpment, then turn right on Ridge Road, go 1.6 km to Quarry Road and proceed to the parking lot on the right.

Centennial Park
Created in 1967 to mark the 100th year of Canadian Confederation, Centennial Park stretches from Main Street East to the base of the Niagara Escarpment.  Enjoy some lunch in the picnic shelter, play some sports in the open greenspace or one of three baseball diamonds, stroll along the winding creek, or take a moment to stop and smell the flowers in the rose garden. A provincial plaque recognizes the park's history as a native burial site for the Neutral Indians. 

Coronation Park & Grimsby Lions Community Pool
Located in downtown Grimsby, this park runs along the Forty Mile Creek from Main Street West to Elm Street.  Take a swim at the Grimsby Lions Pool, have some fun on the Splashpad or take a stroll along the Forty Mile Creek Trail.  Coronation Park is home to the Happening at the Forty summer festival which happens every year on the last Thursday-Saturday in July.

Fifty Point Conservation Area
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On the outskirts of Grimsby, this 80 hectare park is a great place to spend the day with your family!   Fifty Point offers camping and marina facilities if you plan to stay longer than a day.  Have a picnic, do some fishing, take a stroll on the beach or do some bird watching. Click here for more information.  To get to Fifty Point, takes the North Service Road to to Winston Road, which will turn in to Baseline Road just before the entrance to the park.

To see if the water is safe to swim in, please check out thebeach water testing results here: http://niagararegion.ca/living/water/beaches/

Forty Creek Park / 1812 Peace Garden 
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Nestled at the base of Elizabeth Street, this lakefront area is 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, or just relax on a bench and do some birding.  Home to the historic Pumphouse with concrete patio overlooking the water and adjacent 1812 Peace Garden & Gazebo.

Nelles Lake Park
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Take a stroll along the beach, play a game on the beach volleyball court or have fun on the playground equipment at this beautiful lakeside park!  Located at the corner of Nelles Road North and Lake Street (access to the parking lot off Lake St.)
To see if the water is safe to swim in, please check out thebeach water testing results here: http://niagararegion.ca/living/water/beaches/

Peach King Centre
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The Peach King Centre is a hive of activity year round,  with 2 indoor ice rinks, raquetball courts, fitness centre, auditoium, a Splashpad, outdoor skating rink and a mini soccer field.  In the winter check out a Peach Kings game, our Champion Junior C hockey team!  the Peach King Centre is home to Grimsby's Recreation Department, so drop by if you're looking for something to do!

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