CONSTRUCTION NOTICE: There will be some trail access restrictions in effect until spring 2024 while construction is underway. Different areas of the park may be closed to the public with on-site signage and fencing. We please ask that all park visitors exercise caution and respect the construction signage, fencing and barriers, and avoid entering areas under construction. Check back regularly for updates and more information.
Servicing & Site Preparations
The next stage of park development is in motion. This stage of construction will prepare 52 hectares (130 acres) of the park for future development of new recreational facilities and amenities. To prepare this site for the future, the scope of work includes:
- site grading and stormwater management site grading and stormwater management site grading and stormwater management site grading and stormwater management
- installation of underground services (water, storm, sanitary, electrical, gas and telecom) installation of underground services (water, storm, sanitary, electrical, gas and telecom)
- reconstruction and extension of the current park roadway, in addition to creating a second park access from Keele Street
- environmental restoration, enhancement, and connection of the existing pond, wetland, and habitat areas
As part of this work, environmental restoration is a priority. This will include removing current trees, grasses and shrubs which will be replanted in a way that improves the ecosystems onsite. All work is being completed in coordination with the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and the Toronto Region Conservation Authority.
Construction is underway and will take place in stages. It is expected to be completed by early 2024. Different areas of the park will be closed to the public with onsite signage and fencing during each stage. The existing parking lot, artificial turf fields and pavilion will remain open throughout the construction.
Trail Enhancements & Expansion
- Improvements that began in the fall of 2021 and are now complete. Upgrades include asphalt paving some of the existing limestone screening trails, replacing the Nevada Park Bridge, seating areas and tree planting. Further trail and wayfinding signage is coming soon.
- These trail improvements are funded by the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, and by the Government of Ontario.
View a video of the existing NMRP site.
Parks Infrastructure Planning and Development
North Maple Regional Park Program
11085 Keele St.
Vaughan, ON L6A 1S1
8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., daily