The Town of East Gwillimbury (EG) maintains over 40 beautiful parks and open spaces for you to enjoy! Navigate through EG's parks using our Parks map.

Summer of Parks

East Gwillimbury was named the fastest growing community in Canada according to the 2021 Canadian Census! To support and celebrate this growth, we are opening 11 new parks, trails and playgrounds. Help us celebrate “Summer of Parks”, an in-person grand-opening for each of these outdoor spaces.

Summer of Parks schedule
Opening CelebrationLocationDate
Silk Twist Trail 19513 Yonge Street, Sharon April 20
Civic Centre and multi-use pathway 19000 Leslie Street, Sharon May 26
Mount Albert Community Centre Park 53 Main Street, Mount Albert May 28
Ridge View Park Phase 2 126 Dogwood Boulevard, Holland Landing West June 13
Vista Hills Park 2 Holland Vista Street, Holland Landing West June 13
Signature Planter N. Trail Head Yonge Street and Mount Albert Parking Lot June 21
Children of Peace Park and Trail Connection 68 Sharonview Crescent, Sharon July 19
Oriole Trail Bridge and Boardwalk Connection The end of Oriole Drive July 20
Queensville Park 1590 Queensville Side Road, Queensville August 18
Cupples Farms Park 127 Cupples Farm Lane, Mount Albert August 24
Beechwood Park  49 Brightwork Way, Holland Landing September 14

Find the right park for you

You can find what amenities are available in each park by browsing through our three Wards below.

Holland Landing Community Skate Park
Ward 1

Communities within Ward 1 include Harvest Hills, Holland Landing and River Drive Park

Walter Tunny Park
Ward 2

Communities within Ward 2 include Queensville and Sharon

Ross Family Complex Park
Ward 3

Communities within Ward 3 include Mount Albert and Brown Hill

Splash pads

Splash Pad at Murrell ParkSplash pads open annually on June 1st! Hours of Operation are from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. View a list of our splash pads below:

Respect the environment

EG's parks and trails are a great place to enjoy the outdoors. It is important to have as little impact on the natural environment as possible. Please avoid walking or biking through natural areas. When disposing of any items, please use the waste and recycling bins provided.

See a problem or spot graffiti?

EG's parks provide a healthy and safe environment for residents to enjoy. Let's work together to keep EG's parks, trails, and facilities clean and beautiful!

Visit our Community Parks Watch page for more information.