A source of pride in our community are the many beautifully maintained parks. They are available to the public at no charge. No reservations are accepted at our parks, however facilities within the parks (soccer fields in Memorial and Centennial Parks, ball diamonds in Memorial & Centennial Parks, gazebo in Queen's Royal Park and the bandshell in Simcoe Park, etc) can be reserved by calling the Parks & Recreation office at 905-468-4261.
Located at 1565 Four Mile Creek Road in Virgil, Centennial Park provides 2 arenas, (Meridian Credit Union and Centennial Arenas) 3 lit ball diamonds, 4 soccer mini-fields, 2 lit asphalt tennis courts, playground equipment, skate park, picnic pavilion, concession and washrooms.
A small (.9 acres) neighbourhood park on Oak Drive provides park benches and open space.
Garrison Village Park
A 2.3 acre park on Upper Canada Drive with 1 tennis court, 1 basketball court and playground equipment.
Located by Frontier Drive in Virgil, the park offers playground equipment and open space.
Lowrey Park is a passive park on York Road in St. Davids offering open space and park benches.
Located at 370 King Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Memorial Park offers an outdoor pool, 4 lit synthetic surfaced tennis courts, an outdoor volleyball court, 1 lit ball diamond, 2 regulation size and 2 mini sized soccer fields, playground equipment, pavilion and public washrooms.
Memorial Park Pool (seasonal - June to September) 905-468-2804
Nelson Park, off Ricardo Street on the Niagara River, is the start of the Waterfront Trail. Parking and a gazebo are at the parksite.
Newark Park is located at Niven and Lakeshore Road and is a large park providing ample parking space (24 acres) but does not offer any services.
Located in phase 2 of the Niagara-on-the-Green subdivision near Wright and Young Crescents. The park offers playground equipment, sports court, seating areas and open space.
Niagara Shores Park
Niagara Shores Park on Lakeshore Road is owned by Parks Canada and maintained by the Town’s Parks & Recreation division. The park provides open space and beach access but has no amenities.
Queen’s Royal Park
Located at the end of King Street at the Niagara River, the park has a gazebo which accommodates small weddings (12 maximum). Picnic tables and washrooms are also located in the park.
Rye Heritage Park
Located on Rye Street, this 7 acres park includes 2 asphalt tennis courts, basketball pad, playground equipment and one soccer field.
Ryerson Park on Niagara Blvd is a small passive park with benches.
Located at the corner of Queen and King Street, Simcoe Park offers a wading pool, bandshell, picnic tables, washrooms and playground equipment.
St. Davids Lions Park
St. Davids Lions Park at 1446 York Road houses the St. Davids Lions Pool, two asphalt tennis courts, pavilion, picnic tables and limited playground equipment.
St. Davids Pool (seasonal) 905-262-5120
Villages Park located on Regional Road 55 is 1.83 acres of open space with no park amenities.
William Nassau Park
This park is 4 acres in size and is located on the corner of William and Nassau Streets and includes a playground structure, open space and a Memorial Garden maintained by the Niagara-on-the-Lake Horticultural Socie