Parks and Recreation
Norfolk County has so much to offer its residents and visitors, with amenities and services for people of all ages and lifestyles. It is saturated with natural beauty, steeped in history and small town charm, lakefront, miles of hiking trails and countless neighbourhood parks and green spaces.
Our extensive network of trails, ample green and beautifully preserved conservation areas make connecting with your outdoors easier than ever.
Get involved and meet new people through a healthy activity. Join a fitness class, attend an adult workshop, spend time in the pool at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre or join a 50 Plus Group!
Norfolk County is proud to offer an online version of our InNorfolk – Spring and Summer 2017 – Community Guide that you can view at any time.
The guide is updated twice a year with new information keeping you in the loop as to what is going on in the community!
All programs are available for registration online at nora.norfolkcounty.ca or call Simcoe Recreation Centre, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm at 519-426-8866 x 2233.
Check out the inNorfolk Guide!
For more information call extension 2233, or register online at www.nora.norfolkcounty.ca.
All recreation program registrations require a “Registration and Waiver Form” to be completed. Please complete it and return to the Simcoe Recreation Center by the first day of the program/swim. You may drop it off at the Recreation Centre, fax it to 519-426-0300, email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to: Simcoe Recreation Centre, c/o 95 Culver St., Simcoe, On N3Y 2V5.
More information is available in each of the areas listed below.
- Hunting Opportunities
- Parks, Fields, and Courts
- Chapel in the Park
- Community Halls
If you wish to talk to a county representative about any questions and concerns you have with the Parks, Facilities and Recreation Division, you can call Customer Service at 519-426-8866 x 2233
Please read the Municipal Alcohol Policy for Norfolk County Facilities.
All Parks, Facilities and Recreation documents, including accessible formats are available from the Community Services Department. Call 519-426-5999 for more information.