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COLUMBUS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
3622 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa
905-655-6300 • www.columbusgolf.ca
DEER CREEK GOLF CLUB
2700 Audley Road North, Ajax
905-427-7737 • www.deercreekgolfclubs.com
HARMONY CREEK GOLF CENTRE
1000 Bloor Street East, Oshawa
905-433-0211 • www.harmonycreekgolf.com
KEDRON DELLS GOLF CLUB
2400 Ritson Road North, Oshawa
905-728-6641 • www.kedrondells.com
LAKERIDGE LINKS GOLF CLUB
1355 Brawley Road, Brooklin
905-428-6321 • www.lakeridgelinks.com
OSHAWA AIRPORT GOLF CLUB
1145 Thornton Road North, Oshawa
905-723-5175 • www.oagc.ca
OSHAWA GOLF & CURLING CLUB
160 Alexandra Street, Oshawa
905-723-4681 • www.oshawagolf.com
PEBBLESTONE GOLF COURSE
1550 Pebblestone Road, Courtice
905-725-7452 • www.pebblestonegolfcourse.com
ROYAL ASHBURN GOLF CLUB
995 Myrtle Road West, Ashburn
905-686-1121 • www.royalashburngolfclub.com
CAMPING & HIKING
DARLINGTON PROVINCIAL PARK
Enjoy camping, birding, hiking and a groomed sandy beach along Lake Ontario. Just minutes from downtown Oshawa, and the Oshawa Centre. Conveniently located at Exit 425 off Hwy. 401, just east of Oshawa.
OPEN: Park open year round. Camping May to October.
1600 Darlington Park Road, Bowmanville
HARMONY CREEK TRAIL – 4km
This paved trail is surrounded by lush vegetation and meanders through the valley along Harmony Creek. Discover native plants such as Jack the Pulpit, Ostrich Fern and Horsetail. Bird watching and sport fishing opportunities.
Access Points: Farewell Park, Donevan Recreation Complex and Eastbourne Park, Oshawa.
JOSEPH KOLODZIE OSHAWA CREEK BIKE PATH –7km
The Oshawa Creek is home to the spring and fall trout and salmon runs; truly a spectacular event that everyone will enjoy. Surrounded by lush vegetation this paved path meanders along the picturesque Oshawa Creek valley with connections to Downtown Oshawa. A number of parks along the trail provide both passive and active recreational activities.
McLAUGHLIN BAY WILDLIFE RESERVE TRAIL –7km
Owned and maintained by GM for community enjoyment. Located within the Reserve is a 1/2 km ‘multi-sensory’ (touch, smell and hearing) trail loop for partially sighted or visually impaired individuals. A series of 11 trails in the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve — connected to Second Marsh Wildlife Area and Darlington Provincial Park — part of the provincial waterfront system. No camping, open fires or dogs* are permitted (*except for certified guide dogs on the Dogwood trail).
OPEN: year-round, free of charge, and is wheel-chair accessible.
Access Point: GM Head Office, east end of Colonel Sam Drive
MICHAEL STARR TRAIL – 5km
This urban trail follows a former CN Rail spur line that once connected Oshawa industries with the rest of North America. The trail recognizes Colonel Michael Starr’s many contributions to the City of Oshawa and Canada. This trail provides quick access to Downtown Oshawa. Relatively flat in nature, the trail has many road crossings.
Access Points: City of Oshawa Visitor Information Centre and Cowan Park
OAK RIDGE MORAINE TRAIL
This geological phenomenon stretches across the top of southern Ontario, covering a major stretch through Durham Region. Hikes are coordinated at various points throughout the year by the Oak Ridges Trail Association.
1-877-319-0285 • www.oakridgestrail.org
OPG DARLINGTON WATERFRONT TRAIL – 7.5KM
Come out and have some fun along the OPG Waterfront Trail. Explore hundreds of acres of wildlife habitat with wetlands, meadows and woods. Come to bike, jog, hike, bird watch and just get in touch with nature.
OPEN: Year Round.
Access Points: Located south of Hwy. 401 in Courtice (from Toronto exit 425; from Kingston exit 431 Waverly Road) travel on South Service Road to Park Road.
PURPLE WOODS CONSERVATION AREA
Purple Woods Conservation Area, the site of the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority’s Annual Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival, is a 17-hectare sugar maple forest and open meadow located in the midst of the provincially significant Oak Ridges Moraine. Here one can use the viewing platform that is only steps from the parking area to get a tremendous view south all the way to Lake Ontario from the crest of the Oak Ridges Moraine.
SECOND MARSH WILDLIFE AREA
140 hectare coastal wetland located on the north shore of Lake Ontario in Oshawa. A series of hiking trails and viewing platforms overlooking the Second Marsh provide visitors an opportunity to explore the unique wetland environment. This wetland provides important habitat for an array of bird, mammal, fish, amphibian, reptile and insect species.
Access Points: Farewell Street, Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa.
905-723-5047 • www.secondmarsh.ca
SECOND MARSH WILDLIFE AREA
WATERFRONT TRAIL – 11km
Oshawa’s section of the 780 km Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail follows the shores of Lake Ontario. The trails in Lakefront West Park and Stone Street Park were built to meet accessible standards.
Access Points: Lakeview Park, Pumphouse Marsh, Lakefront West Park
WATERFRONT TRAIL – 11km
HUNTING & FISHING
You Need an Outdoors Card before Buying Licence Tags to Fish, Hunt in Ontario
Most people need an Outdoors Card, along with a hunting or fishing licence tag, to hunt or fish in the province.
The card is valid for three calendar years and all cards expire on the same date at the end of the three-year term -- Dec. 31. If your card has expired or is about to expire, renewals for Outdoors Cards are available beginning the first week of December each year.
Outdoors Cards can be renewed:
Online at ontario.ca/outdoorscard
By calling 1-800-288-1155