Uxbridge has something for everyone to do. The Uxbridge Arena and Recreation Centre consists of twin ice pads, a rental hall, tennis courts, lawn bowling, baseball diamond and the Bonner Boys splash pad. On the other side of town you will find the Seniors Centre, Uxpool (indoor pool and squash court), Uxbridge Curling Rink, The Canadian Tire Jumpstart Multi Sport Court, Bonner Fields (baseball diamonds, Fields of Uxbridge (soccer fields) and the Rotary Skate and Pump Park.
UXPool, established in 1971, stands as a testament to timeless recreation and fitness. This facility boasts a rich history, serving as a haven for swimmers and athletes alike. With its six swimming lanes, it has been a hub for aquatic enthusiasts seeking both rigorous workouts and leisurely laps.
Not limited to just swimming, UXPool also houses two squash courts.
Our Club sports 4 sheets of great ice that are in constant use by adults and kids alike. We run various leagues throughout the week and we are sure there is something that can fit into your busy schedule.
Foxbridge Golf Course is located on the edge of Uxbridge only an hour NE from downtown Toronto. It features rolling terrain, sandy soil, tight fairways, mature trees and well-manicured greens. Foxbridge has seen numerous improvements over the past decade, including several rebuilt holes and a gorgeous new clubhouse. The front and back nines are connected by a scenic cart path running from the clubhouse on the south course through the woods to the north. Check out our latest improvements on the north - a brand new par three hole with an island tee shooting to a brand new green with a mature forest backdrop. We also combined two of our other holes into a new par 5
Mill Run Golf Club is one of the largest golf and banquet facilities in Durham Region. We are a semi-private golf club set in the rolling hills of Uxbridge Township.
With two courses and 45 holes, our Championship and Highland Courses are perfect for developing your game while challenging your skills, making the greatest game ever played accessible for all skill levels.
Wooden Sticks is more than simply a place to golf. It is atribute to the rich history and grand traditions of this great game. In designing Wooden Sticks, architect Mr. Ron Garl and his team worked diligently to ensure that every aspect of your golf experience reflects the spirit found in some of today’s most famous golf holes. In fact, 12 of the 18 holes at Wooden Sticks were each inspired by a different famous golf hole from the PGA.
Together with the balance of the course, they present a challenging and unforgettable golf experience. During your round, you will envision yourself playing off a road in Scotland, across a famous creek in Georgia, onto an island in Florida, and through pine forests in New Jersey.
One of the most unique and popular courses of ClubLink, Wyndance Golf Club is enjoyable to play and visually stunning.
The first course in Canada designed by Greg Norman, Wyndance has been meticulously shaped to take advantage of the existing terrain and sandy rock faces of the reclaimed gravel pit site upon which it was built. Large waste bunkers, loose rock outcroppings, and fairways lined with fescue convey the aura of playing golf in the American Southwest, a feeling reinforced by the architecture of the clubhouse. The clubhouse patio and banquet facility offer panoramic views of the course.
Forgiving off the tee, Wyndance is a second-shot course requiring exacting approach shots into greens that are heavily guarded by run-off areas and pot bunkers. The back nine skirts the gravel pit and offers impressive vistas of the property on holes 12, 16, and 18. The 18th is an exceptionally strong finishing hole, requiring a forced carry over the quarry pit from most tees.
Wyndance also features a first-class practice facility including a 2.75 acre range, 18,000 square-foot putting green and a 7,600 square-foot chipping green with a practice bunker and apron. The 'Down Under' Academy course is a short nine-hole facility built into the middle of the quarry pit and provides a challenge for high-and-low handicappers alike.
Created by the late Calgary oil entrepreneur Gordon Stollery, owner of Markham, Ont.’s Angus Glen Golf Club, which hosted the 2002 and 2007 Canadian Opens, Goodwood is a golf playground outside of Uxbridge, Ont., a town about a half hour north of Toronto. Using English architect Martin Ebert, Stollery built a course on a wild rolling piece of property, with holes framed by golden fescue.
The course itself is exceptional, with devilish greens and plunging fairways that roam a piece of land with few rivals.
You love golf. The game, the camaraderie, the vistas.
Members at Coppinwood understand that perfectly—because golf has always been the core of the club.
Since its inception, Coppinwood has been dedicated to the sport. On a sprawling, impressive piece of land, designer Tom Fazio created his only solo design in Canada. Not surprisingly, it is perennially ranked among the best in the country. Walking the wide fairways of the course in pristine countryside, you’ll feel removed from the bustle and noise of the city. But you’re only a short drive away from the GTA.
With a relaxed vibe where comfort is key, you’re going to want to return to Coppinwood, time and again.
Located less than 70km from Downtown Toronto, Lakeridge Resort is nestled in the beautiful Oak Ridges Moraine and offers year-round fun for everyone. Lakeridge is an exciting and safe place for you and your child to develop skills and passion for snow sports.
Skiing and Snowboarding is for every one of all ages! Featuring 21 runs spread over 70 acres, we offer a wide range of trails for skiers and snowboarders, from beginner to expert, including mogul runs, banked slalom run, 3 dedicated snowboard terrain parks, fun park, snowcross and a separate snow tubing park. We are your first choice for beginners to experts whether you ski, snowboard, snow tube or mountain bike. Adventure Camp is offered in July and August.