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Parks and Recreation

Our Parks

Grenfell Park

53 Avonlea Road.  Dogs are not allowed in the park.  Tennis club, soccer field, children's play area and baseball field.

 

Pineglen Park

22 Brisbane Road.  Dogs are allowed but must be on leash at all times. Children's play areas and pools. basketball - full court and tennis club.

 

Country Place Finger Park

36 Amberwood Crescent.  Dogs may be off leash.  Children's play areas and pools.

Nepean Trail

A new multi-use paths and on-road cycling lanes. Just under 5 kilometres in length, these “missing link” cycling facilities extend from Farlane Boulevard/Baseline Road to Woodfield Avenue/Merivale Road.

Outdoor Rink

The Grenfell Glen outdoor rink is located at 53 Avonlea Road.  The rink can be booked through the City Of Ottawa and is not operated by the GCA.

Tennis Courts

Grenfell Glen Park

Grenfell Glen Park is a public tennis facility located at 53 Avonlea Rd Nepean, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2G 0M1. There are 2 public tennis courts at this tennis location. The tennis courts are lighted.

Pineglen Park

Pineglen Park is a public tennis establishment located at 22 Brisbane Rd Nepean, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2E 5X1. There are 2 public tennis courts at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are lighted. 

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The Pinhey sand dune complex extends from Woodroffe Avenue just south of the Nepean Sportsplex to the Grenfell Crescent and Burnbank Street intersection. The vegetation in Pinhey Forest was established on old post-glacial sand dunes. This unique ecosystem is home to a number of plant and animal species that can only live in well-drained, open areas with exposed, fine-grained sand.

The forest has 6.4 kilometres of trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

NCC Client Services

Telephone : 613-239-5000
Email : info@ncc-ccn.ca