Parks Playgrounds and Trails

Get outside and explore the many parks, playgrounds and trails in Huron-Kinloss. Our beautiful parks meet a wide range of recreational needs and promote healthy and active living for people of all ages. Start your outdoor adventure today!

For more information about our parks, trails and playgrounds please contact the Community Services Department

Parks and Playgrounds

Attawandaron

A treed park with several play structures including climbers and swings. There is also tennis courts and a basketball net to provide the local community with a wide array of activity.

Address: Located in Point Clark on Attawandaron Road across from Menomini Road.

Blue

Blue park has swings, two climbers and a spiral slide structure, there is also a large green space at this location.

Address: 304 Huron Rd, Point Clark, ON.

Heritage

Park Amenities include swings, climbers, and is the focal point for the various walking paths within the subdivision.

Located within the center of Heritage Heights Subdivision access to the park from Kris St, Greg's Trail or Heritage Dr. The Greg's Trail access is the most direct access to the play equipment.

Address: Located within the center of Heritage Heights Subdivision.

Huronville

Huronville Park is a diversified park with many attractions including regulation tennis court, volleyball court, basketball court, and a wave wall climber. The park also has various swings, and slides and climbers for all ages.

Address: 39 Penetangore S, Huronville Subdivision

Kinbruce

Kin Bruce Park is home to the Kinbruce Ball Diamond in addition to a variety of play structures including swings slides teeter totters and climbers located at to the west of the ball diamond.

Address: 920 Lake Range Dr., Huron-Kinloss, ON, N0G 2R0

View the Huron-Kinloss Facility Calendar available dates and times

Kinsmen

Kinsmen Park is home to the Kinsmen Ball diamond and features a multi-use play structure for children of all ages. There is also a large amount of green space in addition to the access to Loafers Trail, part of the Lucknow Community Greenway Trail.

Address: The Kinsmen Baseball Diamond is located across from Nine Mile Villa retirement home at 596 Inglis Street.

For more information contact the Lucknow Recreation Department at 519-528-3002 or lucrec@hurontel.on.ca

Langdon

Located in the heart of Lurgan Beach, just minutes from the beautiful shoreline of Lake Huron. The park boosts a regulation sized tennis court and mini basketball court, in addition to several play structures and full sized swings.

Address: 12 North St, Lurgan Beach, ON, N0G 2R0

Lewis

Lewis Park features swings, a mullti-play structure and climber with accessible wood chip surfacing. There are several accessible play stations located along the perimeter of the play area. The splash pad offers a refreshing family experience and relaxing break from the hot summer days.

This park also features accessible family washroom/changeroom. There are several picnic tables and benches located throughout the park to sit and relax under the silver maples and walnut trees.

Address: Located at the corner of Queen St and Huron St, Ripley, ON

Lighthouse Park

This picturesque park located on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Huron lies in the shadow of the National Historic Point Clark Lighthouse.

This accessible park offers rubberized surfacing for ease of mobility, and offers excellent play value on the sandy beach. There is also Beach Volleyball courts here, bring your own ball. This location also offers a small gazebo perfect for an intimate wedding or a summer time picnic shelter or to simply sit and enjoy the sounds of the waves cresting the shore.

Address: 526 Lighthouse Rd, Point Clark, ON, N0G 2R0

Lions Park

The park offers a small youth ball diamond and a regulation sized tennis court, swings, a multi-play structure, climbers and outdoor fitness equipment. Also available at Lion's Park is the Lions Pavilion and washrooms.

Address: 530 Alfred St, Point Clark, ON, N2Z 2X3

Lucknow Lions

This park is nestled between the Lucknow Sports Complex, the Lucknow Pool, Lucknow Youth Skatepark, and the Caledonia Ball Diamond. The Lucknow Lions Park features a splash pad, pavilion, volleyball court, and greenspace.

Address: 662 Campbell Street, Lucknow, ON

For more information contact the Lucknow Recreation Department at 519-528-3002 or lucrec@hurontel.on.ca.

Pine River Ball Park Playground

This ball diamond is often called Reids Corners Diamond, there is a regulation sized ball diamond with a small play structure for ages 2-5.

Address: Located at the Corner of Hwy 21 and Conc 4, Ripley, ON, N0G 2R0

View the Huron-Kinloss Facility Calendar available dates and times.

Point Clark Ball Park Playground

This multi-use park is home to a full size baseball diamond with lights adjacent to a 30ft x60 ft pavillion. This location is also shared with the Point Clark & Huron District Community Centre. This facility is equipped with a basketball court, a variety of play structures, swings, climbers, and several horse shoe pits located beside the Community Centre.

Address: 324 Lake Range Dr, Point Clark, ON, N2Z 2X3

View the Huron-Kinloss Facility Calendar available dates and times

Point Clark Dog Park

The Point Clark Dog Park is the first off-leash dog park in Huron-Kinloss. The dog park is located beside the Point Clark Community Centre and features natural trails, a large area for dogs to run, as well as a separate area for small dogs to play. The park is fully fenced and features a double gate entry, a sturdy bench, waste receptacles, and bag dispenser.

Address: 324 Lake Range Dr, Point Clark, ON, N2Z 2X3

View the Huron-Kinloss Facility Calendar available dates and times

Ripley Memorial Park

Memorial Park is nestled behind the Township of Huron Kinloss Municipal office. Memorial Park is home to the Ripley Ball Diamond, with lights for night time games. This is the location of the tennis courts, skatepark, basketball court, volleyball courts, outdoor rink in the winter season and swings and climber.

Address: 17 Queen St. Ripley, ON, N0G 2R0

View the Huron-Kinloss Facility Calendar available dates and times.

Victoria Park

The park features a state of the art basketball court and tennis court for everyone to enjoy. The basketball court doubles as the perfect place to play a game of road hockey with your friends and neighbours. The park also features a climbing and play set, washroom, shaded area perfect for picnics and benches.

Victoria Park is also home to the Lucknow Lawn Bowling Club. The club meets Tuesday and Thursday nights from mid-May to the end of September. Try a game for free and then pay as you play or join as a member and be eligible to play in tournaments all over Ontario.

Address: Victoria Park is located at the corner of Havelock St. and Hamilton St., 2 blocks north of downtown Lucknow.

Waterworks

This picturesque park features an incredible display of flowers by the Lucknow Horticultural Society. Stroll throughout the grounds and admire the beautiful gardens, rest at the covered pavilion, or relax on one the many benches by the river. This is a perfect rest area along the Lucknow Community Greenway Trail.

Address: Campbell St Bridge, Lucknow, ON

Whitechurch

Whitechurch Park Is nestled behind the houses on the Northeast corner of the community featuring a youth ball diamond, basketball net, a pavilion, as well as slides and swings for all ages.

Address: Just off Hwy 86 in Whitechurch

Pavillions and Picnic Shelters

Pavillions and Picnic Shelters can be the perfect place for a family reunion, wedding reception or office picnic. All pavilions and picnic shelters in Huron-Kinloss can be booked through the Community Services Department (excluding Caledonia Park and the Kinsmen Soccer fields in Lucknow). If you have any questions about our picnic shelters and pavilions or to make a booking contact Maggie at 519-395-2909.

Lighthouse Park Pavillion

This location also offers a small gazebo perfect for an intimate wedding, summertime picnic or to simply sit and enjoy the sounds of the waves cresting the shore.

Address: 526 Lighthouse Rd, Point Clark, ON

Lions Park Pavillion

The park offers a small youth ball diamond and a regulation sized tennis court, swings, a multi-play structure, climbers and outdoor fitness equipment. Also available at Lion's Park is the Lions Pavilion and washrooms.

Address: 530 Alfred St, Point Clark, ON, N2Z 2X3

Lucknow Lions Park Pavillion

This park is nestled between the Lucknow Sports Complex, the Lucknow Pool, Lucknow Youth Skatepark, and the Caledonia Ball Diamond. The Lucknow Lions Park features a splash pad, pavilion, volleyball court, and greenspace.

Address: 662 Campbell Street, Lucknow, ON

For more information contact the Lucknow Recreation Department at 519-528-3002 or lucrec@hurontel.on.ca.

Lewis Park Pavillion

A centrally located pavilion surrounded by trees, play structures and picnic tables. This park also features accessible family washroom/changeroom.

Address: Located at the corner of Queen St and Huron St, Ripley, ON

Point Clark Community Centre Pavillion

This multi-use park is home to a 30ft x60 ft pavilion, complete with bar area and picnic tables adjacent to a full size baseball diamond. This facility is equipped with a basketball court, a variety of play structures, swings, climbers, and several horse shoe pits located beside the Community Centre.

Address: 324 Lake Range Dr, Point Clark, ON, N2Z 2X3

View the Huron-Kinloss Facility Calendar available dates and times

Waterworks Parks Pavillion

This picturesque park features an incredible display of flowers by the Lucknow Horticultural Society. Stroll throughout the grounds and admire the beautiful gardens, rest at the covered pavilion, or relax on one the many benches by the river. This is a perfect rest area along the Lucknow Community Greenway Trail.

Address: Campbell St Bridge , Lucknow, ON

Whitechurch Park Pavillion

Whitechurch Park Is nestled behind the houses on the Northeast corner of the community featuring a youth ball diamond, basketball net, a pavilion, as well as slides and swings for all ages.

Address: Just off Hwy 86 in Whitechurch

Trails

No matter the season, adventure is only moments away on one of our trails. You will find trails that are suitable for walking and hiking, cycling and snowmobiling. Our trails brochure includes maps, difficulty level and approximate length. Whether you are a looking for a quiet walking trail or a more challenging cycling trail, we have something for you.

Attawandaron Nature Trail

LENGTH: 3km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking

Access off Attawandaron, Point Clark

This short loop passes by mature specimens of Yellow Birch, Sugar Maple, White Ash and Hemlock trees.

Blairs Grove Nature Trail

LENGTH: 2.3km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

Access off Blair's Trail, Lurgan Beach

Find a diverse array of wildflowers including four different orchid species plus two nationally and provincially rare beach grasses that exist within this natural area.

Deer Run Nature Trail

LENGTH: 1.5km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

Access off Deerhurst Road or Concession 2, Point Clark

This trail is designated as an Environmentally Sensitive Area. The trail provides passage to wildlife and promotes the growth of many types of vegetation including; Wild Red Raspberry, White Ash, Sugar Maple and more.

Great Lakes Waterfront Trail

Stretching over 3,000km from Sault Ste. Marie to the Quebec border, the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail is a signed route connecting over 140 communities and First Nations along the Canadian shores of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River.

DETAILS & MAPS: www.waterfronttrail.org

Green Acres Trail

LENGTH: 1.5km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

North Baseline and Concession 12 north to Saratoga

Wooded trail that connects to the Kincardine Trail System. Lots of wildlife can be seen amongst the hardwoods and cedars.

Lewis Trail

LENGTH: 1.4km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

Park Street (by the Bruce Botanical Food Gardens, Ripley lagoon, and soccer fields), Ripley

A nice, winding pathway of crushed stone dust with two rest stops along the route. Detailed storyboards are available throughout the trail to enhance the walking experience.

Lucknow Community Greenway Trail

LENGTH: 5.7km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

Multiple Stops throughout Lucknow

Provides the opportunity to experience the picturesque community at a leisurely pace with two possible routes. Trail lengths vary, with Lucknow walk being 5km and Loafer's Lane 2.5km.

Ripley Apple Rail Trail

LENGTH: 2.6km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

Park Street (by the Bruce Botanical Food Gardens, Ripley lagoon and soccer fields), Ripley

The Apple Rail Trail meanders through a heritage flower garden and apple trees before merging with the former CN Rail Trail to the Ripley-Huron Community Centre.

Tuscorara Trail

LENGTH: 2.3km

LEVEL:

USAGE: Hiking, Cycling

This short trail is home to many unique plant species; including Indian Cucumber Root, Indian Pipe, Partridge Berry, Beech Drops, Enchanter's Nightshade and Blackberry.

Snowmobiles

There is an extensive trail system maintained by Bluewater Snowmobile Club.

ATV (All Terrain Vehicles)

The ATV trails are expanding throughout the municipality and are maintained by the Huron Shores ATV Club.