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In addition to Central Park’s outstanding 15 acres of natural outdoor amenities, residents can also enjoy the great outdoors at a number of other premium local parks and conservation areas nearby. Explore caves and crevices at the nearby Eramosa Karst. Test your geocaching savvy with a friend at Albion Falls Park. Catch a home run at the Mohawk Sports Park, Heritage Green Sports Park, and Stoneywood Park. Stroll along the Bruce Trail, one of the oldest and longest marketd hiking trails. Feel the mist of waterfalls at Oak Knoll Park and King’s Forest Park or enjoy a day at the beach at Confederation Park. Live where outdoor play is right around the corner.
In addition to being surrounded by an impressive list of modern amenities and protected conservation areas, Central Park also provides easy access to quality education for students of all ages. Offering specialized curriculums, extra-curricular activities, and before-and-after school programs, whether elementary, secondary, public, or Catholic, there is a great school for you within walking distance of Central Park.
Live near protected conservation areas, parks and trails while enjoying the convenience of modern amenities and services. Accessible grocery shopping and premium services are available within walking distance, plus you can enjoy a delicious meal at a local eatery or treat yourself at one of many desirable retail stores. Everything you need is a quick walk, bike or drive away, allowing you to have more time for you and your family. Living Central makes your life easier.
Whether you would rather spend your free time on the field, catching the latest blockbuster, or have your nose buried in a great book, there is something for everyone moments away from Central Park. The Heritage Green Sports Park and Valley Park recreation facility with soccer fields, ice rinks, pools, tennis courts and much more. The Premium Cineplex movie theatre, within walking distance, and the drive-in theatre a short distance away. Expand your imagination at the local library. Tee off at King’s Forest Golf Course and Glendale Golf and Country Club. Even your furry friend can enjoy play days at Hamilton/Burlington SPCA Dog Park.
At Central Park, residents can hike or bike on one of Hamilton’s many outstanding trails. With over twelve local trails to be discovered, whether you are out for a quiet stroll, walking the dog, hiking or biking, cross country skiing or snowmobiling during the winter months, there is a perfect path for you. In addition, Ontario’s Bruce Trail runs nearby taking nature enthusiasts all the way to the Bruce Peninsula, with numerous maps available and trail clubs unique to specific zones along the route that offer guided tours. It’s clearly a testament to how much area residents value the natural splendour of their neighbourhood and that trails are so well used and well loved.
Discover all that nature has to offer at Central Park! Be minutes from the Niagara Escarpment and countless waterfalls. One of twelve UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves in all of Canada, the Niagara Escarpment offers Central Park residents a unique opportunity to experience world class topography at it’s best. Enjoy a fun-filled waterfall walk along the Bruce Trail using Central Parks’ Eco-trail Promenade via the East Mountain Trail Loop through the Eramosa Karst Conservation Area and neighbourhood parklands with views over Hamilton and Lake Ontario. Take in spectacular vistas of Felker’s Falls, Glendale Falls, Albion Falls and Buttermilk Falls and end the day at Central Park with a well-deserved picnic.