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Hamilton: parques e natureza

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“Family-friendly spot that offers playground equipment, a splash pad & volleyball nets near the lake.”
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“Touted as the best golf course in Canada, and frequent host to the Bell Canadian Open.”
2 moradores locais recomendam
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“Gardens, displays, natural history, hikes, guided canoe rides, moonlight flower tours”
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“Due to several unfortunate turns of events this attraction was over budget and late in completion but all that is forgotten now and is now a loved symbol of Burlington and popular spot to visit”
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“If you only have time to explore one of the gardens, this should be the one!”
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“This significant natural area contains two beautiful waterfalls: Webster and Tew Falls. Webster is a magnificent tiered waterfall and Tew, which towers at 41 metres, is only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls. Both offer spectacular vistas of the gorge.”
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“Want to learn how maple syrup is made... if you are here in March, its a delicious spot to check out.”
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“Victoria Park is a large sports park with a variety of activities, including a playground, a large hardball diamond, outdoor swimming and wading pools, tennis and multi-purpose courts, and a Community Garden.”
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“Waterfront trail, contains Wild Waterworks, and playground as well as spacious grounds for groups and families. The trail can be accessed by taking Frances Ave. to Gray's Rd, turn right and the access point is on the left hand side.”
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“Great for the whole family. Wading pool, splash pad, beach volleyball, tennis, play structures, basketball, baseball diamonds...........free”
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“Nice clean park for a walk and across the street walk by the lake. Within ten minute drive or cycle there on the cycle paths.”
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“Princess Point is located in the south east corner of Cootes Paradise marsh in Hamilton, Ontario, and is the principal access point to the surrounding natural areas. The property is part of the Cootes Paradise Nature Sanctuary owned and managed by the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG). The low waterside peninsula has made Princess Point a natural gathering place for people for thousands of years. Archeological discoveries have indicated that between 1000 and 800 AD the Middle Woodland Culture brought agriculture in the form of corn production to the region.[citation needed] The discovery of this has given rise to the term the Princess Point Complex, referring to this archeological group of native people that cover a large region of eastern North America. The current parking area was created in the 1950s by the RBG through substantial infilling of the marshland, and for several decades the area was manicured parkland. The site has never been farmed and so a number of unusual species of oak trees remain. The site continues to be used as an archeological field school in a collaboration between the RBG and the University of Toronto. The site provides both canoe access to Cootes Paradise and starting point for the waterfront and natural trails of the area. You will find great hiking trails accessible from this point, as well as access to the Waterfront Trail that connects all along Hamilton Harbour to BayFront Park, Pier 4 and Pier 8! Great for biking, rollerblading or hiking!”
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“Iconic center of the downtown core. Historic fountain with lots of trendy cafes, shops and restaurants nearby.”
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Trilha
“One of many stairs that take you up to the top of the escarpment - great for a work out, to be in the trees and for views over Hamilton”
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“Hiking, fishing & picnicking are popular activities in this park with hilly trails, a creek & lawn.”
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