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Burgoyne Woods Park - Tobogganing

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Credit: Tobogganing (Niagara Region).

 


 

General Information

Burgoyne Woods Park is one of the most popular areas for winter tobogganing in the St. Catharines area. Located in the neighbourhood of Old Glenridge in south St. Catharines is the 122 acre municipal park complete with open fields, wooded paths, picnic areas, a dog park, and a pavilion. There are barbecue firepits for use by the public, but you must provide wood, kindling and food if necessary. The park features both paved and maintained trails for accessibility and for those wishing to walk, jog or cycle.  

 

Hours of Operation

Open year round.

 

Photo Gallery

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TripClip Audio File: Burgoyne woods Park - Tobogganing

 

 


Directions

From Toronto:

-QEW Niagara to Hwy 406

-Exit Right (west) on Westchester Avenue

-Left (south) at the second set of lights, at Glenridge Avenue

-Left (east) on Edgedale Road

-Straight through residential area until you enter Burgoyne Woods

From Fort Erie:

-Merge onto the qew via the Toronto ramp 

-Take exit 44 for country road 48/Niagara street towards service road

-Merge onto Dieppe road

-Turn left (south/west) at Welland avenue
-Turn left (north) at Geneva street

-Turn right (south/west) at Westchester Crescent

-Take 2nd left (north) onto Glenridge Avenue

-Turn left (east) at Edgedale Road 

-Straight through residential area until you enter Burgoyne Woods

 

Historical

Old Glenridge was a one of the first and most prominent St. Catharines suburban communities, established in the 19th and 20th centuries, featuring historic, Tudor-style houses on large lots (Tudor period architecture, originally developed between 1485-1603, features steeply pitched roofs, tall, narrow doors and windows, small window panes, and large chimneys often topped with decorative chimney pots). You can see some of these architectural features in the stately Tudor homes scattered through the neighbourhood, particularly along the northern reaches of South Drive and along Willowdale Avenue.

 

Recreational

Burgoyne Woods is intended for active and passive recreation, including hiking and tobogganing. The barbecue firepits are available for families to roast marshmallows and relax after an active winter day.

 

Recreational Uses

Hiking
 

Walking

 

Dog Walking

 

Tobogganing

 

Snow Shoeing

 

Snow Activities (Building forts, snow angels, etc.)

 

 

Adjacent Land Uses

Burgoyne Woods Park is situated near the Old Glenridge area of St. Catharines.

 

 

 

 

Ownership & Management

City of St.Catharines

Facilities

Washrooms, leash free dog park, pavillion

Address

Burgoyne Woods Park
Edgedale Road
St. Catharines, Ontario

Telephone

(905) 937-7210

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.147186222807
Longitude -79.231961030539
UTM easting 643767
UTM northing 4778677

Administration

City of St.Catharines
Recreation & Community Services
320 Geneva Street
St. Catharines, Ontario
L2R 7C2
Tel (905) 937-7210
Fax (905) 646-9262
Email jmclaughlin@stcatharines.ca
Website www.stcatharines.ca/contactus/contactus.asp#cityservices

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