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Hamilton Beach Trail
Burlington Canal Lakeland
Veritgo & Sidewinder
Kamikaze & Corkscrew
on the Beach
“The Beaches” Night Rider & Blue Demon
Mini Golf &
Stoney Creek Pond
Van Wagners Beach Rd.
Ask how you can get your Rewards!
Buy your pass online: www.conservationhamilton.ca
or by calling 905-525-2181
Your HCA Nature’s Rewards Membership Pass lets you
enjoy unlimited membership entry for one full year to the
Hamilton Conservation Areas.
You and your passengers gain easy entry to our
conservation areas, plus unique privileges and a list of
membership rewards, each valued at up to $36.
Call or visit us to learn more about how you can receive
Prices subject to change without notice.
Just have a look at everything
there is for you and your family to
do in one place.It’s 83 hectares of
sheer excitement, quiet
enjoyment and delicious food.
Spread out a picnic lunch under
a shady tree, cycle, skate or
stroll along the 4.3 kilometre
paved promenade on the shore of Lake Ontario, let
your children go wild on the huge wheelchair-accessible play structure, or take in all the park’s attractions.
Campground: 905-547-6141 ext. 5201
Ride the waves in Canada’s largest outdoor wave pool. Over a million gallons of
heated water splash down every minute. The fun continues with the heart-pounding
twists of the Kamikaze and Corkscrew – the park’s six-storey body slides. Or slide 5.5storeys down on the Night Rider, Blue Demon, Vertigo and Sidewinder tube slides.
Ride alone or with a friend. Or for a more relaxed
pace, enjoy floating along the Eazy River. Toddlers
will love Little Squirt Works, a fun wading pool
with computercontrolled sprays,
Catch all the fun
has to offer from the
first Sunday in June
to Labour Day.
Looking for adventure? Say Adventure Village! No other place in Hamilton lets you test
your batting and mini-golf skills like we do. Test your concentration on the professional
18-hole mini-golf course, built over two acres of rapids, waterfalls, shipwrecks and a train
trestle. For more challenges, step into the batting cages and practice your slo-pitch and
hardball skills. It’s safe for all ages and a great way to get that extra practice. Adventure
Village is a premier destination for birthdays and group events. For rates and package
information, please call 905-549-9444. Open from April to October.
If you like to drive, you’ll love navigating all the twists and turns of this half-kilometre
asphalt course on the shores of Lake Ontario. Two-seater go-karts are the perfect way
for adults and children to share the experience. Single-driver go-karts offer loads of fun
and exciting thrills for any soloist. From birthday parties to group outings, Lakeland
Go-Karts has been a family-favourite destination for 42 years.
For rates and special discounts call: 905-544-3951
Lakeland Centre, located on the shores of Lake Ontario, is built on the site of
the historic Lakeland Pool. The centre features a banquet hall with facilities for
up to 130 guests, a 30-foot lighthouse-style viewing tower and food concession
with healthy menu choices, such as salads, sandwiches, cool drinks, specialty
coffees & hot drinks. The concession is open year round and offers a
pleasant outdoor patio and indoor dining area. Lakeland's swimming pool and
splash pad area makes it a great spot to spend a summer afternoon with the
kids, relaxing in the sun, playing volleyball or basketball.
Call Lakeland Centre at 905-547-6141 ext. 5008. For rental information call 905-547-6141 ext. 5101.
Hamilton Beach trail
Take a scenic stroll, bike ride or skate along the 4.3 kilometre trail.
This promenade connects to the Waterfront Trail that runs another 8 km
west to the Lift Bridge and Burlington Canal. Picturesque views of the
shoreline and plenty of green space make this a perfect spot for any outing.
Hutch’s Restaurant is a classic! Since 1946, the restaurant has built a reputation for its
fabulous fish and chips, hamburgers and hotdogs "with the works", milkshakes and its own
delicious brand of French-fries. The atmosphere inside is made warm and friendly by the
classic diner-style booths, old sports pictures on the walls and 1950s music on the jukebox.
Hutch’s classic combination of great food, fast service and 1950’s-style dining makes it
one of Hamilton’s most popular eateries. Hutch’s is open all year from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
and until Midnight mid March to Labour Day. For more information call: 905-545-5508
baranga’s on the beach
Enjoy fabulous Mediterranean fare and wonderful international cuisine at Hamilton’s most
popular lakefront dining attraction. Experience it all from Baranga’s outdoor patio – the
largest in the region – or enjoy the comfortable and intimate setting indoors. Our docking facility welcomes boaters off the lake. Let Baranga's plan your event, whether it's an
evening with friends or a special corporate event. Bus tours, companies and weddings
are welcome. Baranga’s is open from the first day of spring to Dec. 31.
Looking for a slower pace? Simply spread out a picnic blanket under a shady tree and have a
picnic. Confederation Park is the perfect summer destination for families and corporate
groups of any size. Call ahead and ask about our pavilions and picnic grounds inside the
park and at Wild Waterworks. Staff will be glad to help you plan your day. Call 905-547-6141.
Your tent or trailer is welcome at Confederation Park’s clean campground. Enjoy this fabulous
lakefront setting from any one of 100 sites (including 50 serviced sites). The campground
includes showers and a dump station. It operates from May to October. To reserve a site or for
information, call 905-547-6141 ext. 5201 or e-mail: [email protected]
Please visit us again. If you need more information, call the park office at 905-547-6141 extension 5006.