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Named after the Canadian politician Walter David Baker, the Walter Baker Park is one of the largest city parks of Ottawa. Housed in the suburban area of Nepean it is visibly the best place for family outings, picnics or for some quality time by oneself. The park is a hot favorite when it comes to hosting social and cultural events, it hosts a variety of concerts too. It also houses the popular sports and recreational facility, Walter Baker Sports Center. A great place to rush away from the city, the beautiful green environs work their magic in soothing your senses.
Home of the Nepean Sailing Club, Dick Bell Park is a well developed, scenic park located along the Ottawa river. This park was named after the former solicitor of Nepean Township Richard Albert "Dick" Bell and serves as a perfect place for picnic and walks along the river.
The Andrew Haydon Park is situated along the banks of the scenic Ottawa River in the city of Ottawa, Ontario. Numerous beautifully landscaped walking trails are available at the park, ensuring a lovely view of the river. The park is also home to migratory birds such as shorebirds and Canada Geese. Another attraction at the park is the bandshell, where dance performances, concerts and other events take place frequently.
A unique recreation park that lies tucked away in the Western part of the city, Britannia Park is a dream come true for locals and tourists who're looking for a one-stop entertainment and leisure spot. Head here for the local folk festival that showcases Canadian and International folk traditions through dance, storytelling and crafts. Saunter over to the the beach where you can take a break and relax or simply enjoy a cultural event or two at the on site community theater. Either way, you're bound to have a gala time at this park.
With its rare beauty and outstanding architecture, the Maplelawn is a beautiful estate. Given the status of a National Historic Site, this mansion boasts of a walled garden that is well-maintained. For complete details, check website.
The Nepean Creek Park is a drainage basin park located in Ottawa, Ontario. This linear park is almost a kilometer long and includes recreational spaces such as biking paths and soccer fields. You may just spot a native bird or animal as you're strolling through this largely natural park by the river.
Horaceville, also known as Pinhey's Point Historic Site dates back to 1820. The site was named after Hamnett Pinhey’s son and is now preserved by the Pinhey’s Point Foundation. The site has a number of exhibits that are a reflection of the olden times. Guided tours and educational activities are carried out at the site to entertain and educate the visitors.
Hampton Park is a recreation and relaxation park located in Ottawa, Ontario. Existing since more than a century in the neighborhood by the same name, today the park has two baseball fields, a basketball court, swings and playgrounds among other recreational spaces. The park is also home to a seasonal outdoor pool, ideal for a warm afternoon. Bring your pooch friend along for a walk around the park for a fun evening.
The main building is a government building located on Tunney's Pastor Driveway in Ottawa. This building part of Statistics Canada was constructed in 1952 to adapt to the growing number of employees.
Nestled along the Ottawa River in Hull, this park is special because of its historical significance. The great explorers and voyageurs of Canada used the Ottawa River as a gateway to the interior and the west. Just past the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the park is not difficult to find.
You'll be surprised to find a fully functioning farm in the middle of the city! Located in the heart of the Central Experimental Farm, the museum pays tribute to traditional and modern farming practices in Canada. An exhibit called "Bread: The Inside Story" takes visitors through the process of turning Canadian wheat into the daily staple. "Living displays" at hand include a herd of dairy cattle, as well as a variety of sheep, horses and other animals.
This 500-hectare (1235-acre) working farm is hard to miss, as it is situated in the center of the nation's capital. The unique farming laboratory boasts a crew of scientists who give farmers and food manufacturers across the country useful information. The federal government runs the research station, and it's free to walk around the extensive grounds and view the variety of animals. Pop by the interesting Canada Agriculture Museum and tropical greenhouse located on the grounds.