Families are often drawn to life in King City because of the incredible balance of nature and convenience they can enjoy here. This is a place where your kids can grow up hiking, riding bikes, and enjoying the great outdoors, while still having access to all the major urban amenities essential for modern life. King City is also in an ideal location to take advantage of some of the GTA’s best family fun amenities, all within a short drive. Start exploring some of our top recommendations below to discover all the fun your family can have when you call The Village home.
SPEND A DAY AT THE PARK!
King City has ten beautiful parks within its boundaries that offer great ways for your family to play all year round. King City Memorial Park is the largest of all the parks in King City, and it’s located just west of The Village. Here you can discover 2 playgrounds, a ball hockey/basketball court, 4 mini soccer fields, 2 baseball diamonds, a skate park, 2 tennis courts, a picnic shelter, and a splash pad. Another great choice is Centennial Park, which offers hiking trails and mountain bike trails that are perfect for your next weekend adventure. Nature lovers can also make the trip to nearby Thornton Bales Conservation Area, which features a popular 4.2 kilometre hiking trail.
GREAT COMMUNITY FACILITIES
Whether for a fun skate or a game of hockey, getting the kids out on the ice is a favourite activity for many families. King City Community Centre and Arena is a popular destination for local skating throughout the year. Another exciting new community facility is coming to King City in the near future too! Now under construction, the all new King City Library and Seniors Centre will provide a forum for many family-friendly community events. You can look forward to nurturing your kids’ love of reading here.
NUMEROUS LOCAL GOLF COURSES
Families who love golfing together will have no shortage of great public and private courses to discover when they call The Village Home. Local courses include Summit Golf and Country Club, King Valley Golf Club, Bloomington Downs Golf Course, Cardinal Golf Club, Kettle Creek Golf Course, Nobleton Lakes Golf Club and more. There is also a Putting Edge Mini Golf located just a 15 minute drive south of The Village in nearby Vaughan.
Take a 30 minute drive east to Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area for some all-natural excitement at Treetop Trekking. With discovery courses appropriate for kids aged 5-8, beginner/intermediate courses for kids aged 9-11 and advanced courses for kids and adults aged 12 and up, there is plenty of fun for the whole family here. Climb ladders, walk across suspension bridges, ridge ziplines and more as you explore these captivating treetop obstacle courses.