The town of Kilworth is moments from London. Residents enjoy countless outdoor activities. Take in a round of golf at one of the four Kilworth golf courses or go hiking or mountain biking on the trails in the Komoka-Kilworth Provincial Park. The 4,000 square foot Kilworth recreation complex includes a fitness centre, gymnasiums, and hockey arenas. Quick access to Highways 401 and 402 will bring you to Toronto, Port Huron, and Detroit.
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The Komoka Wellness & Recreation Centre opened in 2011. The facility boasts two NHL-sized ice rinks with nine change rooms. The facility also contains a fitness centre with an indoor walking track and a large gymnasium (operated by the YMCA of Southwestern Ontario), a library (operated by the County of Middlesex), and a number of activity and multi-purpose rooms.
The design of the Wellness Centre integrates many features of sustainable design. The facility is Green Globes certified (an assessment protocol, rating system and guidance for green building design, operation and management).
This near-urban park is located along the scenic Thames River. Much of the park is former agricultural land now succeeding to meadows, the river portion is located in mature forests.
he Oaks opened in 1993 as a par 72 championship course built on the sandy banks and bluffs above the Thames river valley near Delaware, Ontario. Its 150 acres occupy an ideal site for golf, offering unusually mixed topography with excellent grass-growing conditions. The facilities are designed with today’s golfing family in mind. Men, Women, Couples and Juniors will all find they can share in the sense of membership here.
The Oaks clubhouse is as modern in design as the course itself. Once a family home, the 16,000 sq. ft. building has been extensively adapted to the needs of the club membership while retaining much of its original warmth and gracious style. The arrangement of lounges and dining rooms, with seating for up to 200 will accommodate a wide variety of club gatherings, weddings and special events.
Today Boler Mountain attracts over 120,000 enthusiastic outdoor participants annually to the facility from all over southwestern Ontario. Boler Mountain has become a part of many area families lives and an important part of their healthful, active outdoor winter lifestyle.