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To book any of these parks for family or other sporting events, contact Leila Stafford at 1-800-928-2250 ext 238, contact details on Staff page.

D.A.R.S. Park – Delta

47 Recreation Drive in Delta

Features: Lighted outdoor ice rink (active ball hockey league in the summer!), canteen, lighted regulation horse shoe pits and open space.

Elgin Outdoor Rink

48 Halladay Street beside the Red Brick School House and near South Crosby Public School (location of a variety of activities for children, music & amp; BBQ during Elgin Days)

Features: Lighted outdoor ice rink and skaters’ change house.

Hanna Memorial Park

23 Water Street in Portland.

Features: This passive park offers visitors and local residents a beautiful place to relax and watch the action on the Big Rideau Lake. Sunsets will be awesome and the peace and tranquility second to none! Just down the road the public has access to a beach for public swimming.

Kin Park

2311 to 2315 Harlem Road at Portland (across from 2314 Royal Canadian Legion)

Features: Home to North Leeds Soccer, there is both a lighted regulation sized soccer pitch and a mini soccer field as well as a lighted softball diamond, canteen, picnic area, playground, basketball court, pop-can recycling bin and a toboggan hill for winter fun.

Lorne Park – Newboro

28 John St in the Village of Newboro

Features: softball diamond, canteen, basketball court, playground, soccer pitch, trails, forest area and picnic areas. Home of the Newboro Men’s Fastball Team.

Lower Beverley Lake Park (waterfront Park)

146 Lower Beverley Lake Park Rd in the village of Delta.

Features: Municipally-owned and operated tent and trailer park with some seasonal cabins available to rent. For more info see: <a href=”http://www.beverleylakepark.com/”>www.beverleylakepark.com</a> or call 613-928-2881.

Shillington Park – North Crosby

875 8th Concession Road just off County Road 10 near Westport

Features: lighted softball diamond, sport pad (that is also an outdoor ice rink in the winter) community hall with canteen, 2 shuffle boards, 2 lighted tennis courts, playground, trails with geocaching facilities, gardens, forest area, picnic tables, outdoor washroom facilities and pavilion.

Portland Community Park – Portland

On Campbell Street beside the Portland Community Hall 24 Water St

Features: An older playground, picnic table, near to public beach access and seasonal outdoor washroom facilities on the side of the Community Hall.

Sand Lake Park – Elgin (waterfront park)

345 Delong Road, off Bush Rd near Elgin

Features: beach, change rooms, washrooms, playground, trails, forest area, picnic areas, all weather shelter, site of the IPM Log Cabin and is home to the Rideau Lakes Day Camp in July &amp; August.

Van Clief Park – Lombardy

Across from 21 Blacksmith Road in Lombardy

Features: passive park with playground and picnic tables, basketball hoop and very scenic viewing along Otter Creek.