Parks and Recreation
Town of Riverview / Mill Creek Nature Park

Mill Creek Nature Park is a flourishing 330 acre destination to enjoy nature, play and sport while achieving a sustainable balance between conserving the natural ecosystem and fostering sound economic development. The park has been embraced by the residents as a place to relax, learn and reconnect with our natural world. Visitors can access the park via three routes, the end of Runneymeade Road, Robertson Street or by parking at Fox Field on Hillsborough Road and crossing the road to join the trail near the old Garden Centre. Check trail conditions here

The Mill Creek Nature Park Plan is a result of the passion and engagement of local students, residents and community stakeholders. Keep up with activity at the park by following the Mill Creek Nature Park Facebook page


Friends of Mill Creek Nature Park

Charged with stewarding the Mill Creek Nature Park vision and development is the Friends of Mill Creek Committee. The “Friends” are a committed group of community volunteers whose contributions of expertise and time are dedicated to guiding the development of the Mill Creek Nature Park. Specific development goals include increasing sustainable year-round use of the park trails and spaces, building and nurturing partnerships with community organizations and groups that share in the park vision, and fostering opportunities for conservation education. The Committee does this through ongoing awareness and engagement activities, trail development, and overseeing installation and servicing of park amenities.

Mill Creek Trail Miners

A volunteer trail-building group that works to develop sustainable, single-track trail systems in Mill Creek Nature Park. The group is active between May and October of every year. There is also a separate group for ages 55+ who work on lighter duties such as pruning and trail blazing. Questions about Mill Creek Trail Miners or if you are looking to get involved, please call 387-2024 or email jcolpitts@townofriverview.ca.

Winter Trail Etiquette

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