Parks & Trails

The Ontario government continues to protect the health and safety of the public during the COVID-19 outbreak by extending all emergency orders in force under s.7.0.2 (4) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act until June 9, 2020.

Current emergency orders include the closure of outdoor playgrounds, play structures and equipment, public swimming pools and outdoor water facilities, 

Forgie Park:

This is a small parkette.

Fortington Park:

Play Structure and Toboggan Hill

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Horton Heights Park:

two play structures and green space

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Howard K Haramis Park:

Tourist Information and Park & Ride

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Kiwanis Park:

Play structure.

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Knights of Columbus Park:

Play Structure

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Legion Park:

Park has an accessible play structure.

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Low Square Park:

This park has benches and picnic tables and is the site of the cenotaph.

Ma-te-Way Park:

Arena, Ball Fields, Splash Pad, Track

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McConnell Park:

Large hilly green space. A trail runs through the natural park with a bridge crossing over a small creek.

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O'Brien Park:

This park has an ampitheatre and benches. It is situated along the Bonnechere River and is adjacent to McDougall Mill Museum and the Swinging Bridge.

Oddfellows Park:

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RCAF Park:

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Stewart Park:

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Victoria Park:

This park has basketball nets and a small ball field.

Renfrew Millennium Trail:

Renfrew's 3.4 km long trail along the old CN tracks running from Barnet Blvd. to Lisgar Street suitable for walkers, joggers, wheelchairs, bicycles, bird watching, and cross-country skiing. The trail has benches and picnic tables for rest stops and provides a safe, scenic atmosphere in which to stay fit, for young and old alike.

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Ma-te-Way Activity Center:

3 Lighted Ball Diamonds, Football Field, 400 Meter Track, Junior Soccer Field, 4 Lighted Tennis Courts, Toboggan Hill, 2 Beach Volleyball Courts, 2.5 K Fitness Trail, Children's Play Equipment, Outdoor Rink

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