The Parks & Recreation Department is responsible for the development and delivery of recreation facilities, programs and leisure services for residents and visitors.
We work closely with community groups, volunteers and individuals as a facilitator to ensure that the community needs are addressed. Working together with our neighbours in Leeds and the Thousand Island Township we offer a wide variety of recreational and leisure activities for children and adults.
Download The 2013 Fall and Winter Rec Guide
Arena and Banquet Facilities
Learn more about the Lou Jeffries, Gananoque & T.L.T.I Recreation Centre
Boat Launch and Marina
A free boat launch is available to residents and visitors. Located at the end of St. Lawrence Street this is a bee hive of activity during the hot summers days. For information on the launch ramp please contact the Marina Office at 613-382-4088. Learn more.
Gananoque Curling Club, 300 William Street, Gananoque, ON, 613-382-3281. Learn more about the Gananoque Curling Club.
A list of programs that will help you keep active, stay healthy and have fun! Learn more.
Hiking and Waterfront Trails
Playgrounds and Parks
Many Municipal parks are around town for resting and relaxing. Learn more.
Positive Opportunity Partnership Program
This P.O.P. program, supported by the Town of Gananouqe, T.L.T.I. and Canadian Tire Jumpstart is in place to assist qualifying families with the cost of program registration. If you need assistance and for more information POP Brochure and Application Form.
Located in Confederation Park - 2 King Street East
Learn more and see the Sculpture Gallery.
Gananoque Skate Park, 600 King Street East
Soccer and Baseball Fields
Soccer Town Park - 30 King Street East
Contact Savas Kekkas at 613-546-6642
Arlene Cartwright Diamond Soft Ball Diamond - 600 King Street East
Have some fun in the sun at one of our Waterfront Beaches.