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This park is very well maintained and the paths groomed very well. There is ample parking and BBQ grills available to have a picnic among the trees. I would highly recommend parking here is you are interested in seeing the stranded Scow as it is...More
I went there in the afternoon, and it wasn't too crowded. The park offers grass area, small water falls, and bridges between the islands. Also, there are walking trails. Its great if you want to escape the city and relax. You can easily spend couple...More
We decided to go to a place where we can relax and also enjoy nature without spending much . Dufferin islands park offered that. The trails and connecting bridges gives you the opportunity to see nature at work - man made dams/waterfalls, floweres, trees and...More
Came across the park while looking for a decent price parking lot. Whats better then free! Washrooms , bike repair/air station, picnic tables and bbq areas. Loved our walk over the bridges and checking out the ducks and fish. Definetly a nice escape from the...More
This is a nice little park with many paths and places for a picnic. You get the beautiful scenery of the little man made islands. You can also come and watch the geese and ducks. Bring apropriate footware as i left with muddy shoes. I...More
We drove through Dufferin Islands and enjoyed the calming water and greenery.Swimming is not allowed (due to toxic levels in the water from the Niagara River). Years ago, swimming was allowed and the islands were more active with swimmers and those out for a picnic..but...More
There is no cost to come, so if you are in the area, it is worth stopping by to stroll and take in the nature. There are lots of ducks and geese. This would be a great spot for a picnic. It has free parking...More
Response from Tinkerbell101 | Reviewed this property |
There are no attractions here, but it's lovely to walk across the bridges around the lakes and islands to explore and relax. There are ducks and geese to feed and plenty of places to have a picnic. Allow about an hour to... More
There are no attractions here, but it's lovely to walk across the bridges around the lakes and islands to explore and relax. There are ducks and geese to feed and plenty of places to have a picnic. Allow about an hour to walk around, or longer if you plan to take a picnic. Parking is free and the islands can also be reached by the WeGo buses.
I would agree, I dont see very many adults swimming in there, I dont think its as clean as it use to be. Also there are beavers....mostly people go there to walk or to picnic or just a quiet place to relax.