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Discover Brantford's Rotary Bike Park

Posted on Saturday, September 03, 2022 09:50 AM

Calling all bikers! Do you want to show off your bike skills, improve them, or get into biking? Check out Brantford’s very own Rotary Bike Park.

The Rotary Bike Park is free to use and offers a wide selection of opportunities and challenge levels for beginners through to advanced riders. There is free parking on-site, washrooms located nearby, and easy access to the City’s extensive trail network. Access our trails map and view a video of the park to help plan your visit.


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Brantford's Trail System

Posted on Wednesday, August 31, 2022 12:17 PM

Our trail system connects Brantford to other nearby cities including Port Dover, Hamilton, Paris, and beyond. Trails are paved or have a stone surface and are great for running, biking, or hiking. Please note that our trails are not maintained in the winter months and must be used at your own risk.

Brantford is home to over 70 km of nature trails, with many winding along the serene Grand River, a Canadian Heritage River. Your options are endless as The Hub of Ontario Trails connects you to Hamilton,...

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Make a Splash at Earl Haig Family Fun Park

Posted on Wednesday, August 31, 2022 11:45 AM

Looking to cool down during these final days of summer? Check out Earl Haig Family Fun Park, located at 101 Market St. S.! 

Bring your friends and family and enjoy a variety of activities and attractions including a splash pad, leisure pool, lazy river, mini-putt (currently being refurbished but open for play), and Snack Shack. Please note that the waterslide and batting cages are currently closed for maintenance.

The snack shack concession offers hot foods including hot dogs, hamburgers,...

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Twin Valley Nature Park

Posted on Monday, August 22, 2022 09:31 AM

Do you want to Reconnect yourself with nature and animals? Wander down our winding trails, relax in a grounding forest, and listen to whispering willows all while being cradled by nature? Visit Twin Valley Nature Park, located at 84 Langford Church Road, and reconnect yourself!

They are home to over 70 species of animals, including Lions, Chickens, Kangaroos, Zebras, Goats and so many more!  

Founded in 1991 by Henny and Tony Stallmann, they have continued to embrace their passion for...

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Brantwood Farms

Posted on Thursday, August 18, 2022 09:02 AM

Brantwood Farms has always been and will always be a Brantford Classic. No matter the season, Brantwood Farms has something for everyone to enjoy.

The story of Brantwood Farms and the Pate family goes back over 100 years. Their Great Great Grandfather, James Pate, founded Brantwood Farms in 1905 and the farm opened to the public 45 years later. In 1950, Jim and Doreen Pate started selling fresh vegetables out of their garage to the locals. From there, they began to grow and turn it into the market...