• Armstrong Park | Map

Location: On South side of Major Button's Drive, South of Highway 7, West of Wootten Way

This 3.16 hectare (7.8 acre) park is also associated with William Armstrong Public School and contains 2 baseball diamonds, a playground and 2 soccer fields.

  • Cedar Valley | Map

Location: South and North sides of Raymerville Drive, just West of Snider Drive

This 7.68-hectare (19-acre) park is has undergone an extensive restoration to regenerate the area into a more diverse natural area. Planned and planted by the Robinson Creek Restoration Committee and local schools, the park is home to many species of birds. A looped pathway and bridge makes this area accessible for bird watching.

  • Milne Dam Conservation Park | Map

Location: On the East side of McCowan Road, just South of Highway 7

This 123-hectare (305-acre) park is the largest Markham park. It is bound by thick forest on the southern and eastern edges, with the Rouge River through the middle. The 2.3 kilometres of trails are suitable for walking, jogging and cycling. Milne Park is a stop off point for many migratory birds, and can be best viewed in the early mornings and evenings in spring and fall.

This park is well used for large group picnics. There is also a new modern picnic shelter that can accommodate 100 people. To reserve your groups' picnic area and/or the shelter, please contact our Permit Coordinator at 905-477-7000 extension 7509 to obtain a permit or download a permit from our website.

Fishing is allowed with a MNR fishing permit (available at bait shops and Canadian Tire stores). The park is open for vehicles from 8 AM until dusk from Victoria Day weekend until Thanksgiving.

  • Mintleaf Park | Map

Location: On the North side of Fincham Avenue, East of Wootten Way

This 8.49 hectare (21 acre) park contains a ball diamond, 2 soccer fields and playground.

Location: Southeast corner of Parkway Avenue and George Street

This 2.43 hectare (6 acre) park is home to the Markham Lawn bowling Club, which has 11 lanes, as well as Morgan Pool (public and outdoors). It also supports athletic activity with its baseball diamond, playground and 2 tennis courts.

  • Mount Joy Lake | Map

Location: On 16th Avenue, just East of Highway 48 adjacent to Brother Andre Catholic Secondary School

This 6.53-hectare (16.6-acre) park has an outdoor skating rink in winter. The adjacent community centre houses a large indoor ice rink operating from September to April, an indoor soccer facility and boardroom.

  • Paramount Park | Map

Location: East side of Paramount Drive, Between Fincham Avenue south to Church Street

This is a 4.76 hectare (11.8 acre) park. The waterway is a tributary of the Rouge River, with 0.66 km of pathways.

  • Raybeck Park | Map

Location: On the North side of Raymerville Drive, West of Beck Drive

This 4.12 hectare (10.2 acre) park features a baseball diamond, playground and soccer field. The walkway system connects to Springdale Park.

  • Raymerville Woodlot | Map

Location: On the North side of Raymerville Drive, just West of Beck Drive

This 17.4-hectare (43-acre) park is a mature semi-wild woodlot of cedar, maple and beech trees.

  • Reesor Park | Map

Location: On the East side of Wootten Way North, just South of Ramona Boulevard

This 3.48 hectare (8.5 acre) park is home to the Markham Tennis Club and public sportsfields including 3 baseball diamonds, playground, 6 tennis courts and 3 soccer fields.

Location: South of 16th Avenue, inside the Raymerville Street loop at the end of Norwich Drive.

This 11 hectare (27.2 acre) park also includes open space and provides a wonderful mature woodlot and several recreational activities, which can be done using the playground and soccer field.

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