Steel Workers Park
The Steel Workers Park, on River Street, is the site of Gananoque's new pergola; the development includes a grove of local natural trees planted and identified with an attractive plaque, at the base, with the name of the honouree and the tree species name.
Under the direction of the Town of Gananoque Trails and Urban Forest Committee, and the Gananoque Parks and Recreation Department, the citizens of Gananoque and area now have an opportunity to honour a loved one who has passed away, was a steel worker in Gananoque; or they may consider celebrating the birth of a baby, a marriage, or the accomplishments of a friend.
Trees - $500.00
All donators will receive a tax receipt.
Joel Stone Heritage Park and Splash pad
Located on Water Street, on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, this park provides an excellent view of the St. Lawrence and some of its famous islands. Bring your bathing suit and a picnic lunch and enjoy a dip in the river at the Joel Stone Beach. A great way to spend a warm summer afternoon.
Located on Windsor Lane, “The Bluff” is one of Gananoque’s hidden treasures. A perfect vantage point view the islands. Enjoy a quiet picnic and enjoy the view of the river and islands.
Located on Stone Street North on the shores of the Gananoque River, this park is a favorite picnic stop for many visitors to our community.
Located in the centre of town at 30 King Street East, this beautiful Heritage Park is host to numerous summer events, from craft fairs to community celebrations. Enjoy the sounds of big bands and Dixieland every Thursday evening throughout the summer months from the band shell. Playground facilities are available in the park. Washroom facilities are available at the Chamber of Commerce
Town Park (Mini Field)
Located directly behind the Town Hall hosts Minor Soccer programs during the summer months. The same is also available for other uses. Washroom facilities are available at this site.
Field Rental for a special Event $78.75
Located at 2 King Street East, on the shores of the Gananoque River this park is home to Gananoque’s Famous Sculpture Park. The Gananoque Sculpture Committee is pleased to announce the arrival of its newest acquisition. “The Pitch Pine”, crafted by artis Rick Lapointe of Kingston, Ontario is a wonderful addition to the park and we invite everyone to take the time to stop by the park and see it.
Arlene Cartwright Ball Diamond
Located directly behind the Arena this full size diamond equipped with lighting and score board is available for rental by contacting the Recreation Department at
613-382-2149 ext. 1411
Per game $15.00
Field Rental for special Event $78.75