The Collingwood Arboretum is a beautiful park with both paved and natural trails for hiking and biking. It is an ideal location to be used for special occasions, weddings and celebrations. It is a vital Botanical Park complete with historical records (genealogy, habits, common & Botanical names) of coniferous and deciduous trees, shrubs and plants. The entrances are located off First Street on Hickory Street or Cedar Street at Harbourview Park. If you'd like to reserve the Arboretum for a private function, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Central Park is a community park with different activities for all ages. These include playing baseball, hockey, skating, or curling. There is enjoyment for all ages, and is a great park to spend time with the family. If you want to reserve Central Park diamonds, Arena or outdoor rink please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Fisher Fields is a community park. This park has grown substantially in recent years and developed into state of the art soccer fields for all ages. If you'd like to reserve soccer fields, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Collingwood has had a twin city relationship with Katano, Japan since 1981. This pairing has been successful with active volunteers in both communities keeping the relationship strong. What many people may not know is that one of our parks is dedicated to this sister city relationship; the Friendship Gardens located just north of the Police station on Minnesota Street. This cozy space is ideal for small wedding ceremonies, a relaxing stroll or meditative time.
If you'd like to reserve friendship gardens, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Harbourlands Park was created in 2000 and is one of the most beautiful areas in the community. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the rugged beauty of a once active shipping/grain storage area. The backdrop of the Collingwood Terminals with its huge white columns rises up from the once wasteland "spit area", now a series of beautifully landscaped walkways and gardens with a history of the area on massive granite plinths.
Collingwood’s Harbourview Park allows for easy access to the waterfront. The boardwalk trail takes you through the park’s tranquil wetlands. Views of the Collingwood Terminals are visible along the Georgian Trail. If you are looking to book the soccer fields for any tournament or practices, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Heritage Park is a community park. Heritage Park is a beautiful complex that has access to a ball diamond, skateboard and BMX Park, along with our new Centennial Aquatic Centre. If you want to book a ball diamond or pool party, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Old Village (Legion)
The Old Village is an active neighbourhood park which hosts mini soccer fields and ball diamonds. It is located beside the Collingwood Legion.
Pawplar Park “Dog Town”
Enjoy a day with the pups, where they can meet other dogs and you can meet their owners. Dog Town opened May 30th 2009 and has been very successful. A small parking area is available at the adjacent water pumping station. If you have further questions, please call Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Sunset Point / Black Rock
Sunset Point Park is an iconic Collingwood waterfront location. Fresh air, Nottawasaga Bay breezes and absolute beauty make this a special place for all occasions. Vast greenspace, the nearby Enviro-park, volleyball courts, access to waterfront trails, canteen area and washroom facilities - this park has it all! If you'd like to reserve the park area or pavilion for an event, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
The Cenotaph was constructed and dedicated to local Collingwood men who volunteered and laid down their lives in the Great War of 1914-1918.
The north and south faces of the Cenotaph shaft lists the names of those who fell.
Millennium Park provides breathtaking views of Nottawasaga Bay, including magnificent views of Collingwood Harbour, with the ski hill of Blue Mountain in the background. You can also reserve Millennium Park for Special events. If so, please call: Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382
Shipyards Amphitheatre & Greenspace
The Shipyards Amphitheatre & Greenspace is a community park located at the nothern most point of Maple Street. It features a number of pedestrian pathways, cycling routes, a lookout point and an open-air natural amphitheatre at its north end facing Collingwood Harbour. Shipyards Amphitheatre is available for rental for small wedding ceremonies or other occassions, please call Community Service Representatives @ 705-444-2500 ext 3382 to reserve.
Whites Bay Park
Whites Bay Park is a community park that is located on the west side of the Collingwood Harbour. Hens and Chickens trail will take you to the boardwalk along the harbour breakwall.
Bell Blvd Park
Bell Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located around the corner from the local Catholic High School on the corner of Bell Boulevard and Sproule Avenue.
Black Ash Park
Black Ash Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located within the Georgian Meadows subdivision and was developed to appeal to all ages.
Cedar Park is a neighbourhood park located off of hwy 26.
Georgian Meadows is a neighbourhood park. It is located around the corner from Fisher Fields where a community of neighbours get together to enjoy the swings and playground.
JJ Cooper Park
JJ Cooper Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located in the Creekside subdivision and is Collingwoods first natural playground.
Kinsmen Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located behind the local Catholic High School with public tennis courts and a playground for smaller children.
Mair Mills Park
Mair Mills is a neighbourhood park. Along with a public tennis court, the community gathers together for the children’s playground and green space.
Morbay Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located off of Peel on Bush Street where it is surrounded by beautiful trees and a walking and bike trail.
Nip Spooner Park
Nip Spooner Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located off of hwy 26 on your way to Wasaga Beach.
Princeton Shores Park
Princeton Shores is a neighbourhood park with public tennis courts. It is located off of hwy 26 heading to Craigleith.
Walnut Park is a neighbourhood park. It is located off one of our local side streets between ninth and tenth.