Located on the east side of the credit river and standing on 13,33 acres of pure Ontario water, this park is simply one of a kind. Wedding photographers and couples can get VIP access to the Adamson Estate which features all natural and fine greens, walking trail, historic buildings and the view of the lake which is to die for!
Benares heritage house
A house that once housed the family of Captain James Harris, a British military officer in the Victorian era, this house is a great way to add an element of old vintage to your wedding photographs. So why not make this house with over 160 oh history your grand oasis. Great place for couples who may now be serving or know individuals serving in the military.
Once the home of Royal navy Seal officer john Skynner in the 19th century, this home that was once located in the shores of Lake Ontario is a great place to get experience great barns, lovely open grounds and a peak at Lake Ontario. Great for couples that have a craving for farmland and houses.
Recently opened in the year 1992, this Japanese inspired park lying in the core of the city, Kariya park is filled with pine, ginkgo and sweet rum trees planted in traditional Japanese garden style. This park is great for any couple who appreciates great art and is trying to incorporate an Asian touch to their photograph.
Port Credit Memorial Park gazebo
Port Credit memorial Park, Consists of a number of attractive gardens, colorful bushes and trees. To top things off, a cobble stone walkway will make this place a great location to get your wedding photography done.
Richard's memorial park
Located on Lake Ontario as well, this park is admired for its beautiful flowerbeds and parkland. Also containing 170m of sandy beach area, waterfront trail a forested area, rocky rock garden what better place could you go to shoot your wedding pictures?
Formerly referred to as Cranberry Cove, Rhododendron gardens is located on the shore of Lake Ontario. 17.78 acre in total and surrounded by pine, oak and rare
and colorful gardens this location is sure to add that touch to your wedding photographs.
St. Lawrence park gazebo
Established in 1904 Canada’s first national park east of the Rockies, St. Lawrence Park is home to many species at risk. The park is located in an area of rich biodiversity and is surrounded by sailboats and clear crisp blue water, making you feel like you and you captain are on the ocean front.
Being one of the largest parks in the city at 222.1 acres. Lookout on the old dam and hills, and walk trails. This park is also known for its fishing, canoeing, and great view of the credit river and tall ravines.