Recreation in Burlington
The Mount Nemo conservation area located at the north-end of Burlington is known for its dramatic limestone cliffs and its old growth forest that contains a group of cedars that are more than 1000 years old. This conservation area offers five kilometres of hiking trails and connects to the Bruce Trail. An interpretive lookout along this trail features spectacular vistas of the City of Burlington and Lake Ontario. Burlington’s sports amenities include: eight ice arenas, eight pools, nine golf courses and nine community centres. Burlington’s 20 kilometre waterfront trail is popular with cyclists and joggers. Soccer fields are a big part of the community.
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