Milton Transit provides public transportation in the city, with a fleet of close to 20 buses servicing around 15 routes. Community buses are a popular choice for seniors or those with mobility issues, and these vehicles service major routes to malls, seniors’ centres, libraries, and leisure centres. The Milton GO Station is the main transit hub and provides access to not only Milton Transit buses, but also four GO Transit routes that link the city to Oakville, Toronto, Cambridge, and North York. GO Train service is also available. Accessible transportation is offered by First Canada and A1 Taxi.
Rattlesnake Point is a large park where visitors can camp, hike, birdwatch, rock climb, cross-country ski, go geocaching, and participate in events such as yoga in the park.The park is used year-round and includes beautiful trails, stunning lookout points, fascinating plant and animal species, and a variety of recreational opportunities.
The Milton Sports Centre has a fitness studio, two pools, a gymnasium, an indoor walking/jogging track, four ice rinks, meeting rooms, a banquet room, and a children’s activity room. Programs offered at the centre include skating, swimming, fitness, soccer, cycling, arts, and kids’ summer camps. Residents can choose from drop-in activities or registered programs.