The Town of Richmond Hill is home to well over 166 parks and 544 hectares of natural, environmental area. Throughout our parks system you can find athletic fields, nature trails, walkways, playgrounds, picnic areas, tennis courts, open space, etc. We are confident that our green spaces offer the residents of Richmond Hill many recreational opportunities.
Neighbourhood and community groups can adopt a natural area park. They can become involved in cleanup, reforestation of sapling planting, wild flower or bulb planting and natural area stewardship. If you would like to see any changes made to current parks, please call (905) 771-8800.
Showcase of Parks
Parks & Trails Guide (Map) [PDF]
List of Parks A - B
List of Parks C - D
List of Parks E - H
List of Parks J - L
List of Parks M - P
List of Parks R - S
List of Parks T - Z
Current Parks Projects - New Parks & Enhancements
Off Leash Dog Areas
Park Ambassador Program
Facility Rental Information
Facility rental permit requests for all facility types (indoor and outdoor) can now be made online! If you would like to book space/time at one of our facilities, please fill out the online form at the link below. You will receive a follow-up email or telephone call regarding your request within 5 business days.
Online Facility Rental Permit Request Form
Alternatively, you can fill out the appropriate application form at the one of the links below and return to the address noted on the application.
Outdoor Sports Field Rental Permit Application [PDF]
Outdoor Facility Rental Rates [PDF]
Outdoor Event, Wedding and/or Picnic Permit Application [PDF]
Motorized Vehicles and Nature Don't Mix
The use of motorized vehicles is prohibited by the Town of Richmond Hill By-laws in parks and on trails. If charged under the Town’s Noise By-law, Chapter 1055 of the Town of Richmond Hill Municipal Code, the individual(s) may be fined up to $5,000 for each offence upon conviction. Many opportunities exist for the legal use of off-road vehicles on designated trail networks that are outside of protected areas. Protected wilderness areas must be maintained in a natural, wild state, as the law intends. Please see the brochure below for more information.
Motorized Vehicles vs. Nature brochure [PDF]