A portion of the trail at Hamilton’s Confederation Beach Park will be intermittently closed throughout the day on Wednesday, May 17, for maintenance, the City of Hamilton announced.
The city tweeted that work is expected to be done by the end of the day.
“We are unable to identify specific timeframes as it will be intermittent, depending on the work that is needing to be done,” said Kara Bunn, manager of Parks and Cemeteries, in a statement Tuesday, May 16, to inthehammer.com.
The eight-kilometre Hamilton Beach Trail, which crosses Confederation Beach Park, is part of the provincial Waterfront Trail, stretching from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Quebec, according to the City of Hamilton’s website. It also connects to the Red Hill Valley Trail system (via the QEW Pedestrian Bridge) and other trail routes.
Confederation Beach Park is a 93-hectare park along the Lake Ontario waterfront between the Hamilton Beach Strip and Grays Road in Stoney Creek.