Parks & Trails in Shelburne

April 16, 2020

Shelburne is located in the heart of some of the best green space in the County of Dufferin. Ravines Edge embraces several scenic trails, parks, conservation areas and provincial parks in the town and surrounding region.

Fiddle Park

This spacious park, located at 105 Second Line, is the perfect venue for outdoor festivals, fairs, community events and family reunions. Take your family to enjoy several events including the Heritage Music Festival with bands and beers and the annual Pickin in the Park. You can also rent Fiddle Park for any event.

Park amenities include:

  • Kitchen
  • Parking lot
  • Pavilion
  • Walking trails
  • Washrooms

Hyland Park

Located at 340 Gordon Street, this park contains several baseball diamonds that you can rent, including one with lights made perfectly for evening games. Residents can also feel free to rent the Natasha Paterson Pavilion commonly used for a family get together.

Park amenities include:

  • Walking Trails
  • Swings
  • Parking lot
  • Pavilion
  • Washrooms

Jack Downing Park

Jack Downing Park is on 140 Main Street East and it is a relaxing spot that contains a lovely gazebo and seating area. Enjoy it on a beautiful spring day, unwind with a book and breath in some of that fresh air! 

Mono Cliffs

Mono Cliffs is a picturesque area located on the Bruce Trail. Visitors will find several hiking trails and have the ability to walk through a canyon on the spillway trail or 30 metre cliffs on the cliff top trail.

Park amenities include:

  • Biking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Washrooms

Hockley Valley

This park is part of the Niagara Escarpment, which cuts dramatically across the southern heartland of the province. Hockley Valley is a beautiful, rich green space where visitors often spend time hiking and appreciating nature. The Bruce Trail and the side trails wind through the reserve.

Boyne Valley Provincial Park

The Boyne River in the park passes through the southern heartland of the province and is approximately an hour drive from the northern end of Toronto, and cuts through the Orangeville Singhampton moraines. Boyne Valley Park features a variety of natural communities, hardwood forest, open fields, bottomland and swamp.

Visitors can go on a scenic hike, go fishing and head to a stunning lookout in the northern end of the park.

Earl Rowe Provincial Park

Plan an adventurous day and go camping at Earl Rowe Provincial Park! Enjoy a large outdoor swimming pool, playgrounds, fishing, boating, canoeing and scenic hiking trails. Visitors can also join group campsites, radio free sites, RV and car camping.

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