Skip to Content (press enter)


Public Parks and Playgrounds

Anthony Curro Park, 42 Stonewater Bay
This park is a beautiful park contains a large pond and is situated beside the Mississippi River- making it a true natural beauty. Take advantage of two play structures, swings, a basketball court, and abundant greenspace. The Mississippi Riverwalk Trail also runs through this park, which creates a nice walking/running path to the Carleton Place Arena.

Begley Street Park, 75 Neelin (behind the Arena)
This park is located behind the Carleton Place Arena and includes a play structure designed for all abilities.

Carleton Junction, 42 Moore Street
This community hub includes an accessible play structure, skatepark, pump track, community pad/outdoor rink, a bicycle Fix-It Station (installed in Spring 2024), community oven, washrooms and
performance pavilion.

Carleton Place Dog Park, Edmund Street
Located just past the CP Youth Centre on Edmund Street, this fully enclosed park is an asset for our four-legged friends. Patrons can also take advantage of bench seating and garbage cans.

Centennial Park, 169 Joseph Street
On the north side of the Mississippi River, Centennial Park includes a place to swim, a picnic area, and a soccer field. This park also has a small dock for recreational canoe/kayak usage.

Commons Park, 132 William Street
This park will be enhanced with two new play structures installed in Spring 2024. This park also includes a basketball court, large sandbox area, and bench seating.

Dunlop Road Park, 45 Dunlop Road
Located in the Carleton Landing Subdivision, this park offers a wide variety of amenities including a splash pad, accessible play structure, covered gazebo, picnic tables with checker boards, benches and open play greenspace. 

Ferrill Park, 451 Thomas Street
With a new play structure installed in 2023, this park offers an assortment of climbing and sliding options, with the tallest swings in Carleton Place. This park is also completely fenced in and offers a lot of open green space for play.

Findlay Park, 48 Charlotte Street
With a new play structure installed in 2023, this park offers a fun “treehouse” theme with climbing and sliding options, as well as benches and green space. There is also a connecting pathway for easy access from High Street.

Giles Park, 24 Lochard Campbell Way
This park has a small pathway around the stormwater pond and also has a play structure suitable for children of all ages and abilities. New swings will be installed in this park in 2024.

Hackberry Park, 91 Mill Street
Located on historic Mill Street this park features the rare and beautiful Hackberry tree, thought to be a legacy from our nomadic First Nations Peoples. Enjoy a picnic along the Mississippi River with a view of the dam.

Hendry Farm Park, 274 Preston Drive
Located beside a natural backdrop of a wooded area, this park features a children’s play area with swings.

Johnston Street Park, 100 Johnston Street
Located on Johnston Street, this park offers a safe playground for children, complete with a variety of creative play equipment.

McNeely Park, 24 Alexander Street
Located in Mississippi Manor on Alexander Street, this park includes play structures, swings, large picnic area, and a basketball court. This park also has a volleyball court, with a net installed seasonally.

Memorial Park, 36 Franklin Street
This park lies in the centre of town right beside the library, a perfect place to sit and reflect with the memorial cenotaph located in this park.

Riverside Park, 175 John Street
This park is located on the west end of John Street and runs along the Mississippi River. It includes two boat launches, a beautiful beach, large picnic area, two play structures, and a splash pad for families.

Roy Brown Park, Lake Ave West
This park contains a fenced dog park, over 3km of walking trails containing historical plaques, and two picnic pavilions.

St. James Park, 54 Bell Street
Located along the north side of the Mississippi River, enjoy sitting and watching the river flow by. This park is adult oriented, and features the Carleton Place Cairn, which consists of stones from 16 countries and is a Carleton Place treasure.

Train Station Park, 132 Coleman Street
Carleton Place’s first Multi-generational park offers something for everyone. This park includes a
brand new play structure with an assortment of climbing and sliding features, exercise equipment, accessible swings, bench seating, and a shade structure (seasonally installed.)

Westview Park, 152 Dunham Street
This park includes a small and large play structure, three sets of swings, ample grass area for free play, an adult basketball court, and a smaller basketball court for children.

Willoughby Park, 296 King Street
Located on King Street, Willoughby Park has a structure designed for all abilities, abundant green space and several picnic tables & benches. There is also a paved pathway connecting neighbouring streets.