Gage ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: Hamilton, ON L8M 1N6, Canada
- Timings: 07:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Park, Walking Area, Family And Kids
Gage Park - Review
Lovely shaded paths and lots of open space makes Gage Park the preferred breathing hole in the middle of Hamilton. Exotic plants, beautiful landscaping and colourful rose gardens are a sight for sore eyes. The elements of water and earth amalgamate wonderfully at the Gage Park. A great place for a few moments of solitude or even to spend quality time with family, the Gage Park is sure like a breath of fresh air.
How To reach Gage Park by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus Stop: Main opposite Glendale
- Maplewood at Gage
- Gage opposite Cumberland
- At 50 Lawrence
- Lawrence at Gage park
Restaurants Near Gage Park
- Buddy’s Roadhouse
- Chinese Delight
- Bright Spot Restaurant
- Mc Donalds
- Connaught Fish & Chips
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Things to Know Before Visiting Gage Park
91.92% of people who visit Hamilton include Gage Park in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
33.64% of people start their Gage Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Gage Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gage Park
Gage Park Trips
Gage Park, Hamilton Reviews
Sign says you will be fined $5000 if you bring your dog to the park during any festivals. Some of the reviews say you can bring your dog. One says you can bring your small dog to the festivals. I'm from out of town and just wanted to walk and throw the ball with my dog but thought I would be fined so I had to walk all the way back to my car. So which is it? Can you or can't you have a dog in the park?
Love this park. It is beautiful and majority of the dog owners are friendly. It's an amazing park to walk through in the spring and fall. There always seems to be something to do their on the weekend in the summer
Over 87 acres to explore. This park is one of Hamilton's oldest. The orginal bands he'll still stands. A magnificent fountain with pathways down the park is a well known spot to stop at. There are new greenhouses being constructed. Great play area for the little ones and a Museum is on site. Stroll through the gardens and enjoy all this park has to offer.
I feel so fortunate to have such a beautiful park so close to home! I run an after-school program for inner city youth and we go here at least once a week when the weather breaks! Loads of trees, amazing BRAND NEW playground and a splash pad for those super hot days! The only real downside is that there aren't more benches or picnic tables under the trees.
The gardens are beautiful and relaxing...great place for meditation, clearing you mind or just getting out of the house. Going to see a concert or performance in the bandshell?? Looking for a place to have a festival? Lots of room great sound.