Lowville Park: A very pretty park located at Guelph Line, just north of highway 5, Lowville includes a trout creek and washrooms, though there is no alcohol permitted.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park: Found at the intersection of Burloak and the QEW, Bronte Creek is massively equipped with parking, washrooms, open & shaded spaces, children's attractions, and a very large pool.
Christie Conservation Area: Located on Highway 5 just west of Highway 6, this park has a very large capacity, complete with parking, open spaces, washrooms, and more.
Confederation Park: Well equipped for large crowds, this park has a brilliant waterfront view, best seen from the top of their giant water slide. It is located at the intersection of Highway 20 and the QEW, in Stoney Creek.
Binbrook Conservation Area: Complete with utilities and washrooms, the waterfront Binbrook Conservation Area has beautiful scenery, a swimming beach, picnic facilities, nature trails, observation platforms, and a play area. Located on highway 56, south of Stoney Creek, the park is ideal for weddings.
Gage Park: This beautiful park is home to a band shell, greenhouse, gardens, fountains, tennis facilities, and lots of open space. It is a very well-kept secret that is perfect for special events, including weddings.
Princess Point: This no-utilities waterfront park is located in downtown Hamilton, right next to the Royal Botanical Gardens. It has a huge capacity for both people and parking, accommodating crowds of up to 50,000.
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area: With a great view of the Niagara Escarpment, Rattlesnake Point is frequently used by rock climbers. The park is complete with washrooms and utilities, and is located on Appleby Line, north of Burlington.
Mountsberg Conservation Area: This amazing wildlife sanctuary is located north of Highway 5 and east of Highway 6. It is equipped with washrooms, utilities, and more.
Crawford Lake Conservation Area: Another park located north of Highway 5 and east of Highway 6, this conservation area offers an interesting combination of reconstructed 15th century native village & glacial lake scenery. It is equipped with washrooms, utilities, and more.
Kelso Conservation Area: Located on Walkers Line, south of Highway 401, this park boasts huge open spaces, a ski hill and a small lake, and is equipped with washrooms.
Balls Falls Conservation Area: A beautiful park that is very popular for weddings.
Copps Colliseum: Located in Downtown Hamilton, this well-known venue is perfect for car shows, rock concerts, pro hockey & basketball. It has a seating capacity of 18,000.
Hamilton Convention Centre: Another Downtown Hamilton venue, the convention center has dinner & dancing facilities with a capacity of 1200. The banquet staff are extremely competent, and underground parking allows guests to keep their cars close by. The convention center is across from the Sheraton Hotel, and is perfect for trade shows.
Ivor Wynn Stadium: While the stadium is located in Downtown Hamilton and has seating for 35,000, it is severely underutilized.
Farm Museum: Adjacent to the Kelso Conservation Area, this museum is located near the intersection of Highway 25 and the 401, west of Toronto. Its huge grounds are able to accommodate groups of up to 10,000, while its indoor facilities offer interesting agricultural displays and a year-round 500-capacity venue for dining & dancing.
Ancaster Fair Grounds: Located just off Highway 403, west of Hamilton, the fair grounds can accommodate an astounding 35,000 - 45,000 people. The venue's indoor dining & dancing facility has a capacity of 800, while over at the racetrack, the spectator seating for outdoor events accommodates up to 8000.
Hamilton Harbour Queen: Enjoy a fabulous wedding on the water on the Hamilton Harbour Queen.