Centennial ParkCentennial Park (South of Eglinton, North of Rathburn, West of Renforth, East of Mississauga)
56 Centennial Park Road
Our beautiful Etobicoke Park. Centennial Park is a place that words cannot do justice. There are approximately 435 acres of picnic areas, bicycling, walking, frizbee golf and relaxing here. There are many sporting activities such as, skiing, soccer, baseball and two huge recreation centres for swimming, skating, hockey and much, much more. Here is a map web link, come see the sights. Experience Centennial Park.Map to Centennial Park
Markland Wood Golf Club245 Markland Drive
Built 40 years ago, Markland Wood Country Club is known as “The Hidden Gem” because it is almost invisible unless you know exactly where it is. Nestled by the Etobicoke Creek and on the boundary between Etobicoke and Mississauga it’s inherent beauty provides a sanctuary for wild life as well as one of the best kept golf courses in Ontario.
This location, which is close to the airport while only 15 minutes from downtown Toronto, makes Markland an ideal spot for both personal and business entertaining.
The golf course runs from Burnhamthorpe Road in the north and Dundas Street in the south, with Bloor Street dividing it in two and is nestled in the valley that winds through the quiet and pleasant residential development of Markland Wood.
Playing at 6200 yards, this course put a premium of accuracy off the tee. Narrow fairways bordered by mature hardwood s and the Etobicoke Creek, which comes into play on 13 holes, make club selection and shot making imperative. The greens are fast, small and slightly elevated with strategically placed traps ready to catch errant approach shots. Ideally most shots to the green should leave you with an uphill putt as downhill putts are hazardous to your score. Good putters will love the way the ball rolls and will be delighted with the quality and consistency of the putting surfaces.
Colbourne LodgeColborne Lodge Drive, (south end of High Park)
Phone: (416) 392-6916
Fax: (416) 392-0375
Event Info: (416) 338-3888Map to Colbourne Lodge
Montgomery’s Inn4709 Dundas Street West (at Islington Avenue)
Toronto, Ontario M9A 1A9
Phone: (416) 394-8113
Fax: (416) 394-6027
Event Hotline: (416) 338-3888
Restored to its heyday of 1847, Montgomery's Inn remains a meeting place where visitors share stories of immigration, travel, neighbourhoods and culture. Convenient to local walking trails, the Inn tells the story of the people of Etobicoke - from the Irish immigrants such as the Montgomery family, to recent immigrants such as the Somali of Dixon. The Inn continues to offer hospitality in the tearoom, provides meeting rooms and banquet facilities which are available to rent. Take some cooking classes, make some beaded jewellery, write your memoirs or visit the museum during Doors Open Toronto. Also, don't miss the new gift shop with hundreds of unique items for sale.Map to Montgomery Inn
Closed on public holidays, on holiday weekends and on most weekends during July and August
Wheelchair accessible. Free admission and parking.http://www.neilsonparkcreativecentre.comMap to Neilson Park