Things to See & Do in Halton Region

Whether it’s a provincial park, conservation area or the Bruce Trail (external link) (Canada’s oldest and longest footpath), Halton offers four seasons of fun with lots of ways to enjoy our unique geography with both waterfront and escarpment activities.

No matter what you’re after – we have it here in Halton. Find out more about things to do in Halton by calling or visiting the websites of our local municipal tourism partners:


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  1. Beachway Park (external link)
    Spend the day at the beach enjoying the park, rent a pedal boat, or stand up paddleboard, snack at the concession and hike or cycle the multiuse trails, including a 2km route along the lake.
  2. Burlington Pier (external link)
    Stroll along the highlight of Burlington’s waterfront as you walk the new, S-shaped Brant Street Pier which extends 132 m over Lake Ontario, providing breathtaking views of the lake and Burlington’s shoreline.
  3. iFLY Toronto (external link)
    This unique activity is for people of all ages. Indoor skydive with your family or friends, and defy the law of gravity at iFLY Toronto.
  4. OLG Slots at Mohawk Raceway (external link)
    Cheer on your favourite race horse, play slots, enjoy great dining or take in a concert or celebrity appearance – there’s something out of the ordinary waiting for you here.
  5. Royal Botanical Gardens (external link)
    Take in 2,700 acres of breathtaking gardens and spectacular nature sanctuaries, two on-site restaurants, events and more at Canada’s largest botanical garden.
  6. Mattamy National Cycling Centre (Velodrome) (external link)
    Experience one of only two velodromes in North America that meet top international standards. Acting as both a community recreation facility and a venue for events, it will open in the of Fall 2014.