Soccer field

York Road Park

Woodland Glen Park

Wilson Farm Park

Westminster Woods Park

Waverly Drive Park

W.E. Hamilton Park

Springdale Park

Silvercreek Park

Silvercreek Park also includes a designated turtle nesting area.

Orin Reid Park

O’Connor Lane Park

MacAlister Park

Swings and colourful play equipment on sand

Lyon Park

Third park to be acquired in the City. In 1908 the park was donated by John Walter Lyon. The donation of the park was under the condition that the City would spend $250/year for 10 years to develop the park and Mr. Lyon would match the funding. Early amenities in the park included a canoe landing in the Eramosa River, a bathing house and a bandstand.

Guelph Lake Sports Field

Guelph Curling Club

Green Meadows Park

Grange Road Park

Goldie Park

Goldie Park Community Garden

Located at Goldie Park at the junction of Goldie Avenue and Memorial Crescent, this is a volunteer run community and learning garden.

Wooden sign with the words Goldie Park

Franchetto Park

Deerpath Drive Park

Colonial Drive Park

Park benches seen behind a softball diamond

Castlebury Drive Park

Bishop Macdonell Catholic High School

Bailey Park