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WHERE IS THIS?

HARMONY VALLEY DOG PARK

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

Oshawa is a rapidly growing and evolving City, but there's still plenty of fun things to experience for those who love nature and the great outdoors!

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Whether you're a thrill seeker, a mosh-pitter or a family looking for unique and engaging things to do Oshawa is home to world-class entertainment and attractions with something for virtually everyone! Download our 2024 Attractions Guide and start planning your visit today!

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

BUSINESS LIST

Below is an ever-growing list of places and businesses to enjoy the great outdoors. Check back often as we're always updating this list. This list is in alphabetical order.

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Food Truck Corral

Since our opening in 2020, the Food Truck Corral has strived to create a fun, family-friendly place serving up a large variety of great food and entertainment for the entire community to enjoy. As the premier multiple food truck destination in Durham Region, we offer many different vendors serving food dishes and refreshments from every part of the world. We encourage everyone to come to the Food Truck Corral with an open mind and an empty stomach, we promise not to disappoint!
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Friends of Second Marsh

Explore the system of trails surrounding Second Marsh that provide access to diverse ecological habitats and a viewing deck that provides beautiful panoramic views of the wetland and its inhabitants. Birdwatchers enjoy visiting Second Marsh at any time of the year, especially during the spring and autumn migration periods. Wildlife watchers and artists also appreciate the landscape features and seasonal colours of the area creating incredible pieces of art. The urban location of the Second Marsh makes it easily accessible to residents and visitors to Oshawa. Visit today.
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Oshawa Golf & Curling Club

Oshawa Golf & Curling Club is designed to offer a fulfilling golfing, curling and dining experience. We provide private golf courses along with fully-equipped locker facilities and separate private lounges for ladies and gentlemen. Our efficient and friendly staff is trained to take care of our members' needs. Visit our website for directions and details about membership fees.
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Harmony Creek Golf Centre

Harmony Creek Golf Centre offers an 18-hole executive golf course, driving range, mini putt, restaurant, and full-service banquet facility that is open to the public. You’ll experience a great workout for your irons as you navigate their 18 superbly crafted holes and expertly manicured greens. The driving range offers artificial turf and grass tee stations and the 18 hole mini putt provides fun for the entire family. When planning a wedding or special occasion party, their picturesque banquet hall, delectable cuisine and excellence in service will create an unforgettable experience.
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Treetop Eco-Adventure Park

Treetop Eco-Adventure Park is an aerial treetop trekking and zipline park in North Oshawa. There are courses available for all ages. A Jr. Children's course has aerial elements and ziplines for youngsters from ages 3 to 6 years old. They also have 2 different Children's courses and 5 Youth & Adult courses depending on a height reach requirement. All of the courses are self guided with guides on the ground or courses to provide assistance where needed. The Big Zip is a zipline that is 734' in length and can reach speeds up to 35km. Reservations are required.
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Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority

Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority (CLOCA) owns and manages eight Conservation Areas in the Region of Durham. Conservation Areas are the places where CLOCA protects ecologically significant land, and educates and inspires future generations by encouraging broader resource conservation through experience and appreciation. Being out in nature not only benefits physical health, but increases creativity, provides stress relief, and helps improve memory and mood.
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