List of parks in Markham, Ontario

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Parks in the city of Markham, Ontario are maintained by the Parks and Forestry Department under the Community & Fire Services Commission.

Some parks (Milne Dame) require fees, but most are free.

Markham's park system emerged in the latter part of the 20th century (earliest parks emerged during the 1960s and 1970s in Thornhill) as it emerged into a suburban community as most of the parks are located in new residential developments.

List of parks[edit]

  • Aldergrove Park
  • Armadale Park
  • Armstrong Park
  • Arthur Lismer Park
  • Ashton Meadows Park
  • Austin Drive Park
  • Bayview Reservoir
  • Benjamin Thorne Park
  • Bishop's Cross Park
  • Cakebread Park
  • Carlton Park
  • Cedar Valley
  • Centennial Park
  • Charlie Clifford Park
  • Circlewood Park
  • Clark Young Woods
  • Coledale Park
  • Crosby Memorial Park
  • Denison Park
  • Don Valley Park
  • Elson Park
  • Featherstone park
  • German Mills Settlers Park
  • Grand Cornell Park
  • Grandview Park
  • Harvest Gate Park
  • Highgate Park
  • Honsberger Field (John Honsberger Field)
  • Huntington Park
  • Leighland Park
  • James Edward Park
  • John Button Waterway
  • Markham Civic Centre
  • McCowan Freeman Parkette
  • Milliken Mills Park
  • Milne Dam Conservation Park
  • Mintleaf Park
  • Monarch Park
  • Morgan Park
  • Mount Joy Park
  • Paddock Park
  • Paramount Park
  • Pioneer Park
  • Pomona Mills Park
  • Proctor Park
  • Quantztown Park
  • Raybeck Park
  • Raymerville Woodlot
  • Reesor Park
  • Riseborough Park
  • Royal Orchard Park
  • Simonston Park
  • Sir Robert Watson Watt Park
  • Springdale Park
  • Thornlea East Park
  • Toogood Park
  • Victoria Square
  • Woodland Park


Rouge Park is a regional park that has sections within Markham managed by York Region and TRCA. Bob Hunter Memorial Park is located in Markham and is part of the Rouge system. The park along with sections in Toronto is being transferred to Parks Canada to form the Rouge National Urban Park.


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