Admiral Inn Burlington

3500 Billings Court, Burlington, Ontario, L7N3N6, Canada
Admiral Inn Burlington
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ON LAKESHORE DRIVEON LAKESHORE DRIVE

Information board at the entranceInformation board at the entrance

At the map of the conservation areaAt the map of the conservation area

Raptor under trainingRaptor under training

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Info about Burlington

by raphi123


My Wide wants to move to Burlington ON, because her parents live nearby. I only was their once before, but don't know much about it. The info i am interested in is Culture, Price of Livivg, Outdoor Activities, Housing and weather. We are in are thirties and are ready to start on a family soon so is also a good place to bring up kids? Any info on the place would be greatly apreciated.
Thanks
Raphi

RE: Info about Burlington

by tgreg

Though I live a few hours away, I spend a lot of time in the area (my dad lives in Burlington). Burlington is essentially a suburb community for two cities. While it is close to Hamilton, the whole area has essentially been absorbed by the GTA - greater Toronto Area - and is now a suburb of Toronto. There are no shortage of Home Depots in & around Burlington.

Hamilton is an industrial city - two large steel factories. Not much in the way of culture. Toronto on the other hand is like a mini-NYC. All kinds of restaurants, entertainment, etc. There are between 4 to 5 million people living in the GTA.

On a Sunday, the drive from Burlington to downtown Toronto is about 30-40 minutes (highway). During rush hour, add 30 minutes to that (though there are commuter trains, called GO trains which are fabulous).

Being further out than other Toronto suburbs, the cost of housing is relatively reasonable for a big city, esp. in the north part - as long as you're okay living in a new subdivision. Burlington does have a quaint, small, older area near the lake, but housing is pretty expensive there. Then there are the huge homes along the lakeshore ... if you have a million plus for a house you might be able to look there.

RE: Info about Burlington

by GeoNit

Raphi123:

1 - You wrote that your "Wide" wants to move to Burlington.
2 - When your "Wide" reads your description of her, you will ...
3 - be sleeping on the couch for the next three weeks!

Travel Tips for Burlington

Hiking and riverwalking in Lowville Park

by Faiza-Ifrah

Lowville park is located on left hand side of Guelph Line after a picturesque journey down from Highway 401.

The park has no entrance fee and is a great place to have picnic, bbq, games and a hike through the forest along the meandering river. We have visitied the park in sumer and fall seasons. The park seems to be farely popular with the families visiting from from far off places. The river is shallow and can be easily crossed in summer from many places. However, we took the wooden bridge more often than not (see picture).

There are many tracks for hiking within the lowville park. We found that hiking in Fall season is most rewarding. If we ever have a dog in the future, this would be the most sought place for us to take him with us. Else, if you are a dog lover then you ought to be here to admire man's / woman's best friend by his / her side.

One warning is in order here. The weather can get nippy during the afternoon. So be appropriately dressed.

Also, the ground is wet and mucky. If children skid, they are surely going to ensure that you spend good amount of powder and effort in the next laundry.

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Address: 3500 Billings Court, Burlington, Ontario, L7N3N6, Canada