Park Hop

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is excited to present its first Park Hop, a family-friendly initiative encouraging families with children or grandchildren to explore the many great parks and play structures throughout Town. 

Here is how it works: 

The Park Hop spotlights twelve (12) parks throughout Niagara-on-the-Lake and engages children with a fun animal-themed scavenger hunt. Participants are invited to locate a different animal hiding at each park and track each animal they find on a tracker sheet they can complete online, print at home, or pick up from the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library, located at 10 Anderson Lane, during regular operating hours. Animals can be found on stickers somewhere on or nearby the play structures at each park.

List of participating parks: 

Park Name Park Location
Cannery Park Cannery Drive
Centennial Sports Park 1565 Four Mile Creek Road
Chautauqua Park Oak Drive
Garrison Village Park Upper Canada Drive
Homestead Park Homestead Drive
Memorial Park 370 King Street
Niagara-on-the-Green Park Wright & Young Crescent 
Queenston Common Maple Street
Rye Heritage Park Rye Street
Simcoe Park King & Picton Street
Sparky's Park Warner & Tanbark Road
St. Davids Lions Park 1446 York Road

See the map below for more information about each park. 

Join the Park Hop today!

Download, print off, or pick up one of the Tracker Sheets below and join the hop. Completed activity sheets are due by the end of the day on August 23, 2021, and can be submitted by email to communications@notl.com or dropped off in the front door drop box of Town Hall at 1593 Four Mile Creek Road.

Printable Tracker- Preschool

Fillable tracker

Printable Tracker

Planning to participate? We would love to see your progression through Niagara-on-the-Lake’s different parks! Post pictures of your Park Hop adventures on social media and be sure to tag the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and use the hashtag #NOTLParkHop.