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Feeding The Ducks

Please refrain from feeding the ducks “BREAD”. It causes a dietary discomfort and distress to the bird. Ducks like fruits, vegetables, grains and whole or cracked corn. These foods provide them with the balanced dietary supplement that they require

Beautiful large old trees, and a bubbling creek set the tone for the beautiful Aylmer Parks. Enjoy your lunch in one of the picnic areas, or on one of the benches by the creek. Go for your morning run along one of the paved or unpaved trails. Bring the little ones to feed the ducks or play on one of the creative play structures. These are just a few of what Aylmer Parks has to offer, visit one today!

Learn about all of Aylmer’s beautiful parks, where they are located, and how to rent the pavilions. Complete with a map!

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Rotary Park is the first property in Ontario to be designated through the Audubon Society and the only corporation and municipal corporation in Canada. Rotary Park is the 46th in the world to obtain this certification.

Learn more about Audubon International!

The parks in Aylmer feature amenities for families, sports enthusiasts, and nature lovers. Browse our list of parks to the right, and plan to visit them all – you won’t be disappointed!

The Catfish Creek Conservation Authority (CCCA) is located in southwestern Ontario. The Conservation Authority implements programs to reduce the risk of life and property from flooding and erosion; water and land stewardship; forestry; wildlife habitat creation and outdoor recreation.

Play Disc Golf!

Located throughout several of our parks, is the Disc Golf Course. Click here for more information on Disc Golf, the Map, and the Scorecard!

News and Tips

News or Tips from the Parks Department:

Do you have a question regarding any of our parks? Then you want to contact the Manager of Parks and Recreation. He’s got all the knowledge when it comes to our Aylmer Parks.

Manager of Parks and Recreation
Thom Polland
Phone: 519-773-5631
Email: [email protected]

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