Formosa Lions Park
The Formosa Lions Park The Formosa Lions Park is the perfect location to host your next family gathering or company picnic.
The park features:
Mildmay Rotary Park
The Mildmay Rotary Park is conveniently located at the junction of Highway 9 and County Road 3. This picturesque park is famous for the ever-flowing artesian well located under a covered gazebo at the north end of the park. Visitors come from near and far to taste the cold fresh water from three free flowing taps. The park also features:
Mildmay Lions Wilderness Park
The Lion’s “Wilderness Park” is located on Absalom St. west off the main intersection, meanders through a wooded section that was once a former mill site. View a plaque and picture of the former mill, rest upon its relic base then continue across the footbridge. The Lion’s club was awarded an Ontario Trillium Grant to restore this natural area and provide a safe access point to the Bruce County Rail Trail and is the entrance point of the Bruce Trail.
Teeswater Lions Park
New playground equipment was just installed in 2018! This playground is adjacent to the Teeswater-Culross Swimming pool. Perfect summer day get away with the kids - let them burn off some energy while playing on the equipment in the wide open space, then cool off with a dip in the pool and finish your day with a picnic lunch under the pavilion! Fun for all!