The Township of King Parks & Forestry Division provides a wide range of Township services that maintain, beautify, protect and enhance both the existing infrastructure of King and its future growth plan, including:
  • Maintenance of over 90 Hectares of parkland and over 205 Hectares of passive open space
  • Maintain Township wide street beautification program
  • Garbage collection in parks, trails and open spaces
  • Winter snow removal at Township facilities
  • Administer and implement the Memorial Bench & Tree Program
  • Contribute to Township wide landscaping design and construction services for new parks, infrastructure improvements and tree plantings
  • Sports field maintenance
  • Horticultural program - annual displays planted throughout the community cores
  • Consult with the community on new and upcoming parks projects
  • Special Event Equipment coordination
  • For more information on related Parks & Trails topics please see Parks Division Frequently Asked Questions
  • For information on major projects relating to Parks & Forestry, visit the Major Projects page

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If you require further information on one of our parks, have a concern or want to report a problem please contact​ or 905-833-5321.

Park Listing

Ansnorveldt – 18997 Dufferin Street Playground, Soccer Field, Baseball Diamond
King City – 38 Austin Rumble Court Playground, Picnic Shelter, Trail
King City – 14855 Jane Street Mountain Bike Trail, Hiking Trail
Nobleton – 5990 King Road
Schomberg – Between 84 and 106 Main St.
Nobleton – 14125 11th Concession Outdoor Skating Rink, Picnic Shelter, Hiking Trail
Nobleton – 45 MacTaggart Drive Playground, Mini Soccer Field, Walking Trail
Nobleton – 96 Parkheights Trail Playground, Shade Structure
King City – 28 Norman Drive Hiking Trail
Schomberg – Doctor Kay Drive
Schomberg – West of 214 Roselena
Schomberg – 21 Summit Ridge Playground, Splash Pad, Basketball Court, Shade Structure
King City – 50 Langdon Drive Playground, Basketball Court
King City – 16 Rolling Court Playground
King City – 51 Elmers Lane Playground, Picnic Shelter, Trail