Leisure Activities


“Tee Time!’ Five magnificently maintained golf clubs are within easy reach of Islington Terrace, with a selection of courses for players of all levels.

St. George’s Golf & Country Club has been ranked No. 30 on the World’s Greatest Golf Courses in 2014. It’s also famous for having held the Canadian Open in 1933,1949, 1960 and 1968.

Immediately to the north is Islington Golf Club’s challenging 18-hole, par 72 golf course with rolling terrain and the meandering Mimico Creek.

Lambton Golf & Country Club’s 28 hole Championship Course and 9 hole Valley Course have landed it a spot amongst the Top 100 golf courses in Canada. It has also hosted the Canadian Open in 1907, 1910, 1925 and 1941.

With its manicured greens and strategically placed sand traps, Markland Wood Golf Course rivals the best courses in the city.

Weston Golf & Country Club located on the banks of the Humber River offers lightning fast greens and close-cropped fairways. It even hosts excellent curling facilities.

Tennis & More

“Increase Your Net Worth’ For those looking to practice their tennis swing, Thomas Riley Park across from Islington Terrace, offers tennis courts along with the Etobicoke Lawn Bowling Club, soccer field, running track, swimming pool and skating arena.


“Cover Your Bases’ Got game? Both Thomas Riley Park and Queensway Park have baseball diamonds for your community baseball tournaments.

Parks & Trails

“Park it’ Young families can head to the gazebo, splash pool and children’s playground in nearby Michael Power Park, or the children’s playground in Kenway Park. Thomas Riley Park with the sparkling waters of Mimico Creek offers over 100 kms of trails to hike and bike on; its winding trails actually cross Bloor Street near the Islington Subway Station, steps from Islington Terrace.