Confederation Beach Park

Confederation Beach Park

Do it all or just a little at Confederation Beach Park! The area stretches 93 hectares along Lake Ontario and offers everything from swimming, biking, birding, picnicking and more!


  • Washrooms
  • Parking
  • Pavilions
  • Gatehouse
  • Viewing Platform


680 Van Wagner’s Beach Road, Hamilton, ON, L8E 3L8

Rollerblading on the Waterfront Trail
Confederation Beach
Lakeland Pool
Waterfront Trail




Confederation Beach News:

Boxing Day Hiking

Need to work off that big Christmas meal? Why not grab your friends & family and head out for a winter hike! Before you begin, it’s important to remember winter safety when exploring areas. Please click here to learn more about winter safety in our conservation areas. So strap on your winter boots and bundle up in your warmest clothes – oh and don’t forget to pack a thermos with some hot chocolate! Here are the best areas to go for a hike on Boxing Day: Dundas Valley Conservation Area The valley offers 40km of trails & 6 main trails with
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Christmas at HCA

Who else is dreaming of a white Christmas? December is officially here and if the lack of snow hasn’t made you feel festive just yet, HCA is here to get you into the holiday spirit! We have the perfect gift for the nature lover in your life – an HCA Membership Pass. From now until December 31, 2017 you can save $10 off the regular price of a 1-year Membership Pass AND receive the rest of 2017 FREE! HCA Membership Passes are the perfect gift for the outdoor lover in your life! Not only will they receive 12 months of the
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Geocaching for Geography Awareness Week

November 12-18 is Geography Awareness Week and what better way to celebrate than by going geocaching in our conservation areas! If you’re unfamiliar with geocaching, it is basically a treasure hunt. Using various navigational techniques and equipment, including GPS and mobile devices, geocachers hide and seek containers called geocaches. Typically, a geocache is a small waterproof container with a log book, pencil/pen and small trinket inside. Once found, geocachers mark that they have been there and log their finds into a listing site. Listing sites can also provide the location of other geocaches waiting to be found! Geocaches can be
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