Water Street West, Cornwall
A jewel on Cornwall’s waterfront, Lamoureux Park features the Rotary Eco-Gardens, an environmental oasis featuring a mini waterfall, native plants and a variety of wildlife. The nearby Arboretum showcases 44 different types of tree species.
The park includes the iconic Clock Tower, historical plaques and other sites of interest. Lamoureux Park is the gathering place for both active and passive activities such as outdoor concerts and festivals it also includes the Cornwall Community Museum and amenities such as an outdoor gym, splash pad, boat launch and picnic area.
Vincent Massey Drive West, Cornwall ON (just west of Power Dam Drive)
Guindon Park is comprised of 500 acres of land with picnic areas, hiking trails, children’s play structure, waterfront areas, boat launch and dock, and more. It is easily accessible all-year round. The park is separated into three areas: The Eastern Entrance, Floral Drive, and Trillium Drive.
This is primarily used for trails and hiking. The paths are followed by lush forests and maps are located throughout the trails. There are over 12km of trails used for cross-country ski or snowmobiles in the winter or equestrian riding in the summer.
This is an open park area with picnic tables, restrooms and access to the bike path and trails. It serves to highlight as a rest stop for cyclists, snowmobiles, joggers, equestrian riders, etc. There are hidden ponds and spots to sit to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the area.
This is where the children’s large play structure is located as well as a large parking lot. There is a boat launch and dock for the St. Lawrence River. There are also several geocaches hidden in the area.
For permits, memberships and day passes visit the Benson Centre at 800 Seventh Street West, Cornwall, ON
Long Sault Parkway
15005 Long Sault Parkway, Ingleside
The Long Sault Parkway is a series of 11 islands that were created from high points of land left after the flooding of the St. Lawrence River during the construction of the Seaway in the 1950’s. These islands include parks, campgrounds, beaches and more!