Get Outside, Markham!
Destination Markham understands the social, physical, and mental health benefits of staying active and engaged. The City of Markham will continue to provide fun, educational, creative and active programs for all ages that are adapted to ensure the health and safety of participants.
Markham has over 22 kilometres of scenic pathways, with 12 bridges, providing year-round access for walkers, joggers, and cyclists to enjoy some of the most beautiful areas in Markham.
Milne Dam Conservation Park
Milne Dam Conservation Park is located on Milne Reservoir, part of Rouge Park. The park offers 2.3 kilometres of trails suitable for walking, jogging and cycling as well as a beach area.
Address: 8251 McCowan Rd, Markham, ON L3P 3J3
Phone: (905) 477 5530
Forest Hill Therapy Trail
Forest Therapy Trail is a 2.1 kilometre lightly trafficked out and back trail in Markham Ontario, featuring a river and a great destination for all skill levels.
Address: Tuclor Ln, Markham, ON L3P 3C6
Bob Hunter Memorial Park
The Bob Hunter Memorial Park is a stunning 500-acre park in Markham dedicated to Bob Hunter, one of Canada’s great ecological pioneers.
Address: 7277 14th Ave, Markham, ON L6B 1A8
Phone Number: 416-264 2020
Toogood Pond Park
Located near Historic Unionville, Toogood Pond is a 33-hectare park with many beautiful points of interest, including a partially naturalized pond and a marsh.
Address: 280 Main Street, Unionville, ON L3R 2H2
Phone Number: 905-477-5530
Pomona Mills Park
Pomona Mills Park Nature park featuring forests, meadows & wetlands with walking trails, a stream, and wildlife.
Address: 244 Henderson Ave, Markham, ON
Rouge Valley Trail
The Rouge Valley Trail follows the Rouge River along Toogood Pond located in the heart of Unionville, continues south to Austin Drive Park and connects to Milne Conservation Park. This 15km trail is a significant cycling & walking route providing connections through several communities, parks and destinations.
Address: Markham, ON
Tony Murphy Park
Tony Murphy Park is located in the heart of Unionville, where visitors can relax among eight colourful Muskoka chairs.
Address: 4 Chambery Crescent, Markham, ON L3R 5C4
Rouge National Urban Park
The Rouge National Urban Park, 19th Ave highlights the park's agricultural heritage and the natural land elevation created by the Oak Ridges Moraine. Take in the sweeping south view — on a clear day, you can see the Toronto skyline on the horizon.
Address: 6994 19th Avenue, Markham ON, L6B1A8
Quantztown Park is a large community park featuring playgrounds, soccer fields, and 0.7 kilometres of pathways.
Address: 601 Carlton Rd, Unionville, ON L3P 7R6
South Unionville Park
South Unionville Park provides the Markham community with a variety of amenities, including walking trails, and play structures.
Address: 514 Caboto Trail, Markham ON L3R 5S2
Do you have a park or trail that highlights the best of what Markham has to offer?
Let us know!
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org , or tag us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook!
Enjoy the best of Markham
The Destination Markham newsletter, delivered right to your inbox gives you the inside scoop on What’s Happening in Markham!