Hazelden is a small residential neighbourhood in west London, within the larger Oakridge area. The majority of housing in the neighbourhood is single detached homes, as well as a few townhouses and condominiums. The area south of Riverside was the first to be developed, with older homes than the section to the north of the neighbourhood. Residents in Hazelden have two main commercial areas nearby, the corner of Boler and Commissioners in Byron, and the corner of Hyde Park and Oxford in Oakridge.
There are two neighbourhood parks in the area, St. Anthony’s and Hazelden. St. Anthony’s is tucked behind houses on Hampton Cres. and has many mature trees and a tennis court. Hazelden is a larger park, with a baseball diamond, soccer field, play structure, and swing set. The Hazelden neighbourhood also has connections to trails through the beautiful Sifton Bog Environmentally Significant Area.
John Dearness Public School is located in the neighbourhood, and students also attend St. Nicholas Catholic Elementary School. High school students attend St. Thomas Aquinas or Oakridge Secondary Schools.
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