Oshawa's parks and trail system encompasses almost 410 hectares of parkland and provides more than 27 kilometres of paved surface for you to explore. The parks and trails are a great place to enjoy Oshawa's outdoors with friends and family.
With over 130 parks for you to discover, you will easily find the quiet setting or the active recreation facility you are looking for. Start your adventure today!
|The City is committed to the development of an inclusive, healthy and safe community by providing accessible facilities. New parks are designed and constructed to meet current accessibility standards including provincial standards and those outlined in the Oshawa Accessibility Design Standards. Existing parks are updated through a Park revitalization program. Parks that are considered accessible provide barrier free access to park facilities which may include accessible play equipment, seating, and pathways.|
Oshawa's trails offer opportunities for physical activities like walking, running, and cycling, as well as a safe and environmentally friendly way of getting to and from work, school, shopping and nearby parks. View our Oshawa Trails Brochure for more information and a map of each trail.
|List of Trails|
|Trail Users Code|
Please respect the following code:
The City of Oshawa constructs all new trails to meet accessibility standards. Older established portions of the trails may have steep slopes, sharp turns and unprotected edges that travel close to the lake or creek. Some portions are prone to seasonal flooding and freezing. On-road portions of the trail require the user to move along and across areas with traffic.
On weekdays year-round, a City employed Trail Attendant is available to answer questions, and help ensure a pleasant and informative experience while using the trails. Keeping the trails free of litter is the responsibility of all users.
In addition to our many parks and green spaces, the City is home to a number of valuable natural areas. Visit one of Oshawa's natural areas and amenities today.