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Parks and Pavilions

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Brockton features many beautiful parks. Whether you are looking for a place to take the kids to cool off, wanting to have an afternoon of play or hosting a family event, we have a park to suit your needs. Many of our parks have pavilions, picnic shelters and nearby ball diamonds or soccer fields.

Check our Municipality of Brockton Parks and Pavilions map for locations.

All Parks and Sport Facilities and Venues must comply with the Smoke Free Ontario Act

Visit our Facility Calendar to check rental availability for parks and pavilions.

Glammis Park

Located by the intersection of Bruce County 1 & Bruce County Road 15

Features:

  • Children's playground

Cargill Park

Located at 999 Greenock-Brant Line

Features:

  • 2 pavilions
  • Children's playground
  • Small boat launch for canoes and boats
  • 2 large soccer fields
  • 2 ball diamonds

Elmwood Community Centre Park

Located at 38 Queen Street

Features:

  • Pavilion with washrooms
  • Children's playground
  • Ball diamond

Lobies Park and Campground

Located at 20 Hannah Street

Features:

  • 55 Serviced sites
  • 13 non-serviced sites
  • Group Camping Area
  • Accessible washroom facilities
  • Canoe launch
  • Playground
  • Soccer Fields
  • Access to multi-use trails

Walkerton Centennial Park

Located at 10 James Street

Features:

  • Pavilion
  • Washroom facilities
  • Children's playground   
  • 3 Tennis courts with lights
  • Outdoor, lifeguard-attended, accessible swimming pool

Walkerton Central Park (Tot Lot)

Features:

  • Children's playground
  • Washroom facilities
  • Pavilion
  • A wading pool with frog fountain
  • A landscaped flower garden with water fountain, mini stream and walking path.

Walkerton Riverbend Park

Located at the intersection of Catherine & Jackson

Features:

  • Quiet, natural setting with large turf area
  • Access to the walking trail along the river
  • Port-a-potty at entrance gates

Walkerton Heritage Water Garden

Located at the intersection of Yonge & First

Features:

  • Landscaped flower gardens
  • Open turf areas
  • Symbolic water feature
  • Heritage Walk featuring Walkerton's proud history told in a series of plaques

Walkerton Fishladder Park

Located at the end of Willow Street

Features:

  • Vertical Fishway constructed in 1986 under Ontario's Community Fisheries to provide passage for migrating fish.

Walkerton Cunningham Rotary Park

Located at the end of Cunningham Road

Features:

  • Natural park setting
  • Winding path, complete with rest stops
  • Scenic covered "look-out" which gives a breathtaking view across Walkerton.

Walkerton Memory Lane Park

Located at the intersection of Durham & McNab

Features:

  • Pictures of Walkerton going back to 1918, celebrating Walkerton's past.

 

Walkerton Lions Westwood Drive Park

Located at the north end 319 Westwood Drive with another entrance at the west end of Poplar Street

Features:

  • Playground equipment
  • Sitting areas
  • Paved walk way

In the Fall of 2016, with the  financial assistance from the Government of Canada, the Walkerton Lions Club and the Municipality of Brockton, upgrades including a new playground structure, a buddy bench and natural barriers were completed in the park.

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