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South Innisfil Arboretum

In 1994, the South Innisfil Arboretum, location at 1474 Shore Acres Drive, was opened by the Gilford & District Horticultural Society.  The Arboretum provides free daily access for picnics, bird watching, walking and snowshoeing. For more information about the Arboretum, please visit their website.  


Centennial Park - Take a Tour!

Centennial Park is located, just off of Yonge Street (Highway 11) and 7th Line.  The Park features covered pavilions, accessible playground equipment and a small pond.  The Park is open year round and is a great location whether you are looking for a spot for a summer picnic or if you want to go snowshoeing in the winter. 

 

Off Leash Dog Park at Centennial Park - Take a Tour!

Innisfil's Off Leash Dog Park is where dogs can run free! Located inside of Centennial Park just off of Yonge Street (Highway 11) and 7th Line.  The Park features a fenced in area with lots of space for running.  The Park is open year round. Pet owners are responsible for their pet(s) and cleaning up after them. 


Skateboard Parks

The Skateboard Parks are located at the Stroud Community Centre and South Simcoe Community Centre (Lefroy) are open from late spring to early autumn and are available free to all users.


Trans Canada (Thornton-Cookstown) Trail

The old CN rail line that ran through the Town of Innisfil and the Township of Essa has been transformed into a section of the Trans Canada Trail.  The 9-kilometre trail starts at the 5th Sideroad in Innisfil (across from Georgian Downs), where visitors can leave their vehicles.  The Trail is accessible and can be used by walkers, joggers or cyclists.  The Trail features art by local artists and provides an introduction to the railway system in South Simcoe County. 


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