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Bayfront Park, Hamilton

(4.5/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This waterfront is a beautiful, quiet surprise. Hamilton has a reputation as being a steel, ugly city, but it's not even close to what Hamilton actually is. And Bayfront Park is just part of the undis...  more »
  • we do this year round, but it stands out when the conservation area trails and too icy or muddy. A walk round to Cootes Paradise and back followed by hot drinks is also a welcome breath of fresh air. 
  • It is a very nice place to walk or take a jog. There is a restaurant where you can grab a bite to eat while looking at a spectacular view. If you have extra cash, why not try roller blading? If its no...  more »
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  • Bayfront Park is a gem. There is a paved path along the water's edge, good for cyclists, skateboarders, walkers and dog walkers. Panoramic views of Hamilton Harbour can be seen at many vantage points. Take a walk on a evening when the sailboats are racing and see spinnakers lit by the late afternoon sun. Once in a while there is music, but mostly it's quiet, with the sounds of waves and birds. At fall migration, watch for osprey, hawks and ducks. It's a retreat in the middle of the city.
  • I love this park. Long pleasant walking path with great views. Large open field. Very popular with Pokemon GO players because of all the gyms and Pokestops. Connects to the waterfront trail and Pier 4.
  • Nice trails. Peaceful. Good view of the waterfront. There is a sanded beach area too. A pleasent spot to read, stroll, maybe BBQ, all within a short walk of downtown. There have been a few too many geese and Pokémon Go-ers recently but, in both cases, if you stay out of their way they will stay out of yours.
  • Pokestop after Pokestop after Pokestop. Also holds many events. You never know what could be happening when you go. Also there's a very long paved trail along the shore which is great for longboarding, biking or rollerblading.
  • I love going to this park. Great place to hang out and catch em' all