Burloak Waterfront Park
Burloak Waterfront Park is located at the foot of Burloak Drive, south of Lakeshore Road. This park straddles the border between Burlington and Oakville, and acts as a green gateway to these municipalities as well as a trail head for the Waterfront Trail. With over 800 meters of shoreline, Burloak Park also boasts unique physiographical and biological features.
A significant Queenston shale cliff formation is home to one of the largest nesting colonies of bank swallows in the western basin of Lake Ontario. Views from the bluffs include the Shell working pier, where large ships refuel, and on clear days and nights, the Toronto skyline and the Niagara Peninsula. Enjoy a picnic lunch, skip some stones or star gaze; Burloak Park has something for everyone.