Waterloo Park

100 Father David Bauer Dr, Waterloo, ON N2L 2Y4, Canada.

Known as the jewel of the city, Waterloo Park has a lake, animal farm, picnic areas, splashpad, sport fields, playgrounds and more. It is home to a variety of animals including llamas, peacocks, chickens, potbelly pigs, miniature ponies, goats and more.

One of the main attractions in the park is the Waterloo Park Zoo, which is home to a variety of animals, including monkeys, peacocks, llamas, and more. Visitors can also enjoy the park's many gardens, including the Formal Gardens, which feature fountains and a reflecting pool.

The park also has a large playground, multiple sports fields, and picnic areas for visitors to enjoy. Additionally, there is a large pond that is popular for fishing, boating, and ice-skating depending on the season.

Throughout the year, the park hosts a number of events and festivals, including Canada Day celebrations, the annual KW Multicultural Festival, and the Winterloo Festival. There are also several walking trails that wind through the park, offering scenic views of the gardens and surrounding landscape.

Waterloo Park sits on 111 acres in uptown Waterloo. Many areas are available for rent.


  • Waterloo Park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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