Visit Elgin Park located at 180 Main St. S. near downtown Uxbridge. The park is a perfect picnic spot and home to a variety of community events and is great for walking your dog, cycling, roller blading, and more!

The Park features an accessible circular asphalt trail, public accessible washrooms (open seasonally), two playgrounds, a small baseball field, Uxbridge Horsemen Club arena, Rotary Bandshell for events, woodlands, wetlands and ponds, criss-crossed by 6 km of marked trails. Follow the 0.5km Fitness Trail loop with fitness equipment along the way, take the Elgin Park Trail for a .75km loop, or take the 1.3km Elgin Pond Trail for a picturesque loop around the pond.

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NEW for 2022

Improvements are planned for Elgin Park starting in the fall of 2022.  The improvements include:

  • Replacing an existing playground with a new inclusive and accessible playground
  • Winterizing the public washrooms so they can be used used year-round
  • Installing additional lighting and power infrastructure along pathways for improved safety and functionality
  • Install a pathway of inclusion to embrace and recognize diversity in our community
  • Connecting the Joseph St. entrance to the rest of the park via a paved pathway
  • Install a new shade pavilion

Learn more about the planned improvements.

Hours of Operation

Elgin Park is open:

April 1 – September 30:   7AM - 10PM
October 1 – March 31:     7AM - 8PM

Public washrooms are open 8am-8pm on weekends and for special events from June-October.

From time to time Elgin Park hosts events which may require portions of the park to be closed for public use, or for events with ticketed admission.

To inquire about booking an event at the park please contact booking@uxbridge.ca or phone 905-852-9181 x 501

Amenities

Elgin Park includes the following amenities:

  • Benches
  • Washrooms
  • Parking
  • Picnic tables
  • Trails, including accessible trails
  • Bandshell
  • Playgrounds
  • Sports fields
  • Outdoor fitness equipment
  • Woodlands, wetlands and ponds

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