- As we move from fall to winter, the Community Services Department is initiating its annual Public Park and Green Spaces tree and brushing program. From November 17 to approximately December 18, 2020, operations staff will be performing maintenance functions such as dead tree removal, pruning of hazardous limbs, brush trimming for undergrowth control and general site clean-up. Residents using Town parks and green spaces are asked to refrain from use during these operations. Work will generally occur during regular business hours Monday through Friday. Park locations will be left in a safe and useable condition at the end of each business day.
Chain link fencing will be installed in Jack Pine Park commencing Saturday November 21, 2020. The fence will be installed on the east side of the park property. Residents are asked to use caution when using the park during this period. For further information, please contact the Community Services Dept. at 613-687-5678 ext. 2108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Town boasts a wealth of parks and trails within its limits.
To see all that there is to enjoy in our great outdoors, download the Guide to Outside mobile application or see the Park Map for more information.
Whether on foot or on bike Petawawa offers opportunities to get off the paved roads and find yourself surrounded by trees and fresh air at many of our trails or trails found in the surrounding area.
Grab the family and a picnic basket and spend the day by the water at Petawawa Point Beach or by the postcard perfect and picturesque Centennial Park encompassed by views of tree lines, the Laurentian Hills and the sounds of the rushing water of the Petawawa River. Find peace and tranquility in our neck of the woods!