The summer weather is really heating up, which means it's time to explore the cool spots within the city!
When you're looking to beat the heat, Rockliffe Properties knows all the cool places to visit in Oakville.
Kids will love to splash and play in any of the 16 splash pads located throughout Oakville. Forrester Park's Rainforest Splash Pad is just a quick six minute drive from Rockliffe Manor and Rockliffe Terrace. Or, try the splash pad at Coronation Park, just three minutes from our beautiful townhomes along Nelson Street and Lakeshore Road West. Splash pads are open daily from 9am to 9pm.
A dip in the pool is another refreshing way to cool off in the summer heat. In Oakville, there are five outdoor swimming pools all opening on June 23rd. Bronte Pool on Hixon Street is a quick drive or ten minute walk from our Nelson Street and Lakeshore Road West townhomes. Lions Pool is located at Trafalgar Park, just a short drive from Rockliffe Manor and Rockliffe Terrace. Both pools have dry slides and six lanes for swimming.
When a heat wave strikes, strike back with a camping trip! Bronte Creek Provincial Park is the perfect place to cool down this summer. Pitch a tent at a campsite, swim in the 1.8 acre outdoor pool, hike through nature trails, and visit the animals at the farm.
When the weather gets too hot and sticky, take the fun indoors and try an escape room. Narrow Escape, just five minutes from our Nelson and Lakeshore Townhomes, has four escape rooms, virtual reality experiences, and games. Or for the whole family, try Captive Kids, just six minutes from Rockliffe Manor and Rockliffe Terrace. Captive Kids is the only escape room experience designed for families; kids will have a blast helping to solve the puzzle and escape!
Get out of the sun for a while and put the bounce back in your step at Aerosports Trampoline Park. There is something for every family member with activities including basketball, dodgeball, children's foam pits, and tons of space to just jump and play!
Rockliffe Properties wants all of our residents to enjoy their summer. Play safe, and don't forget sun protection!