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Recreation Facilities

Skate Park and Pump Track

The Town has a new state of the art municipal skate park and pump track located at Carleton Junction.


Splash Pads

Riverside Park has a Public Splash Pad that is open from June to October of each year
(weather permitting.) The Splash Pad is push button activated to turn on, and is a
family-favourite activity in Carleton Place. This splashpad was upgraded in 2017
thanks to a Canada150 Grant, and now has 8 new features! If you see any concerns with the Splash Pad, please call the Recreation and Culture Department at (613)257-1690.

An exciting service offered at the Carleton Place Day Care Francis Street Location for
the summer is the option to rent the play yard with splash pad for birthday parties on
weekends. The cost to do so is $45.00 per hour and which includes staffing. If you have an interest, please feel free to contact us at (613) 253-0597.


Docks and Boat Launch

A public boat launch is available at the West end of Lake Avenue.

2020 Fees are as follows (Prices are subject to change in 2021):
Single day: $10.00
Season pass (resident of Carleton Place):$49.00
Season pass (non-resident): $89.25

Season passes can be purchased at the Town Hall between 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday. Single day passes can be purchased at the boat launch.

Public Dock
The Town has docking at Riverside Park, near the Lake Avenue West boat launch.
There are two municipal docks located off the public parking area across from the
Town Hall on Bridge Street. There is also small docks at Centennial Park, and at the
end of Water Street for recreational canoe/kayak usage.


Tennis Courts

The tennis season runs from May 15th to October 15th (weather permitting).
Keys and tags are available through the CP Recreation and Culture Department at the
Arena. Single, Family, and Senior Memberships are available for purchase starting in
April, 2020 (prices subject to change be confirmed). Single Day Passes are available for $12.50. For more information on membership registration, contact the Recreation &
Culture Department (613) 257-1690 or jfluhrer@carletonplace.ca


Outdoor Rinks

Carleton Place has two outdoor rink locations, which are maintained by community
volunteers. They are located in Carleton Junction, and at the Carambeck Community
Centre.Without the support of volunteers; the residents of Carleton Place would not
have the opportunity to participate in this great outdoor activity. If you are interested
in volunteering, please contact Joanne Henderson at (613) 257-1690.


Ball Diamonds

The Town of Carleton Place has 5 baseball diamonds that are available for leagues and rental. The Brick Dust, Civitan, Lions and 180 diamonds are located at the Carleton Place arena, and the McLaren diamond is located at Carleton Place High School. If you would like to organize a league, rent a diamond or the batting cage, please contact the Recreation and Culture Department at (613) 257-1690.


Canoe Club

canoe clubVisit the Carleton Place Canoe Club, a piece of Canadian history. Carleton Place Canoe Club is the oldest, continually operating club in the country and is also the only surviving charter member for the Canadian Canoe Association. It was here, in the depths of the Mississippi River that the Ottawa Valley Canoe Association (OVCA) was born in 1893.

Over the years the Canoe Club has produced numerous Canadian Champions in various categories, both male and female. Carleton Place paddlers make a strong presence in Canadian Canoe Racing, dating back to the very first CCA championship regatta, and are sure to continue the trend in the coming years. Not only has Carleton Place Canoe Club made a splash locally, but the club has consistently produced athletes ho further qualify for higher levels of competitions, on a variety of Provincial and National teams. These range from Ontario team members to Canada Summer Games team members, Junior World Championship competitors and Senior National Team members.

The Canoe Club has proven its acceptance and forward thinking through its history, opening its membership to women in 1903. Ladies War Canoe training and competition were an early development, and one of the first of its kind. The Club was also one of the early advocates for the inclusion of Ladies Classes in the C.C.A. Race Schedule. Year round training became a feature in the late 1960?s, and later on the club became one of the first to apply scientific methods to the assessment of training needs and the design of advanced training programs.

canoe club eventThe Carleton Place Canoe Club is part of the foundation of this healthy and friendly community, not only lending itself to historical interests but also competitive sport, business and bringing people together over the last 114 years. Nothing represents Carleton Place quite like the Canoe Club.
 
Location
Located on the shores of the Mississippi River, we are approximately 40 minutes from downtown Ottawa, Ontario (Canada), in the heart of the Ottawa Valley. As the title indicates, the club has been in existence since 1893 and has provided the youth and general public of the area a great source of recreation and/or competitive racing for over a century. At Riverside Park, beside the playground and beach area.

For more information on the Carleton Place Canoe Club Programs and Membership, view their brochure
 
Contact Information
P.O. BOX 155 ,
Carleton Place, Ontario
K7C3P3
613-257-1838
Website: http://www.cpcanoeclub.com/


Curling Club

curling clubCurling Club:
120 Patterson Crescent

Info: (613)257-1944 /   www.cpcurling.ca  
E-mail: info@cpcurling.ca

Find us on Facebook / Twitter: CpCurling / Instagram: CarletonPlaceCurling
The Carleton Place Curling Club has over 380 members from age 7 to over 80. They offer a complete range of curling activities, Learn to Curl, fixed and open daytime
curling, men’s , women’s and mixed leagues, competitive and recreational. The Curling Club also host bonspiels and have rental facilities for parties and other events.