Take advantage of the warmer weather and visit some of the parks the city has to offer. To ensure residents of the Embassy Apartments and Mill Place Apartments have an idea of the luscious parks in the surrounding area, our preferred property management company, Williams and McDaniel, has put together parks that are worth visiting.
Island Lake Conservation Area
Situated in Orangeville and Mono, Ontario, Island Lake Conservation Area boasts 332 hectares of lake, forest, meadows and wetland and is host to numerous recreational opportunities. Facilities include indoor, wheelchair accessible washrooms, parking, pavilion rentals and concessions. General admission fees for the conservation area are $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for Children (6-14 years) and 20% off adult admission for seniors (60 and over). Make sure you check out the spring and summer activities, including Yoga in the Park, fishing, hiking, canoeing/kayaking, windsurfing, paddle boarding, picnicking, volleyball and many more. Be sure to ask staff for a free “Live the Lake” Card. Every time you rent a boat or ice hut, get your card stamped and earn free rentals. The Embassy Apartments and Mill Place Apartments are both a six-minute drive and 27-minute walk from the conservation area.
Alder Street Parkland
Located adjacent to the Alder Street Recreation Centre, Alder Street Parkland features sports fields that were installed as part of the Community Matching Fund program in co-operation with the Lions Club of Orangeville. The modern recreation facility features pools and water toys, including a slide, ice pads, a walking track, a library and eateries as well as five multi-purpose rooms. Be sure to check out the programs and upcoming events that are always running at the recreation centre. Located at 275 Alder Street, the park is a six-minute drive from the Orangeville apartments.
Murray’s Mountain/Amelia Street Parkland
Murray’s Mountain/Amelia Street Parkland is approximately three acres in length and offers soccer and lacrosse fields. The park is also adjacent to the Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre. Located at Clara Street, Murray’s Mountain is a three-minute drive from the Embassy Apartments and the Mill Place Apartments.
Alexandra Park first opened in 1903 and features the Dufferin County War Memorial, a bandshell, a farmers’ market, the town’s cenotaph and a memorial honouring those who served and returned from World War I, World War II and the Korean War. Located at Second Street and First Avenue, the park is within walking distance of both the Orangeville apartments.
Stretch your legs and breathe in the fresh air at one of Orangeville’s gorgeous and luscious park grounds. Located at 17 Church Street and 8 First Avenue, the Mill Place Apartments and Embassy Apartments offer residents ideal rental options situated near countless amenities.