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Lovely area for walking. The trail system extends north into E. Gwillimbury and south into Aurora. You can also cycle the path but it can be narrow in places and there are lots of pedestrians...need to exersize caution. Events in the Park happen often during...More
Fairy Lake is a wonderful area to play for kids and includes parkette playground. You can walk or bike your way around and connects to paths that can take you for kilometers in both directions. There are 1km markers to let you know how far...More
I went to Fairy Lake Park a couple of weekends ago to take in some of an re-enactment of events involving the rebellion of 1837 put on by the Newmarket Historical Society. Even though it was a beautiful day on which to enjoy the lovely...More
To have something so beautiful this close to the city means we truly are blest! You can see nice birds and different types of plants, geese for sure and the lake itself is lovely. This is particularly so when it is lit up during Christmas.
Today was the second time I have gone to Fairy Lake in the past two weeks. Besides having a wonderful lunch at Cachet we had a nice long walk around the lake.
There were sooo many people there enjoying the wonderful day and lake. There...More
Absolutely you can have a great birthday party here. Just be sure to pick up after yourself. There is a pavilion not far down the path from the parking lot. The paths run along beside the river and are fairly level. They run... More
Absolutely you can have a great birthday party here. Just be sure to pick up after yourself. There is a pavilion not far down the path from the parking lot. The paths run along beside the river and are fairly level. They run from Aurora up to Queensville along the Holland river. John Graves Simcoe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada walked that way you will travel on these paths back in the 1790's.
His wife Elizabeth was an accomplished artist and, between 1791 and 1796, as she travelled throughout Upper and Lower Canada, produced a large number of sketches and watercolours depicting Canadian scenes. She was also an avid diarist and wrote about many of her experiences.