Grass Creek Park
Grass Creek Park is a 51 acre community park located at 2991 Highway 2 in the east end of the City. It is approximately fifteen minutes east of the La Salle Causeway. This park functions as a community park as well as a regional park for major cultural events. It has water frontage on both the Bateau Channel of the St. Lawrence River and along the bay at the mouth of Grass Creek. This park contains a very active sand beach, picnic areas, play equipment, a pavilion, parking, washrooms, a boat launch, open fields, an ‘Off-Leash Area’ pilot project, rolling hills and trees.
Grass Creek Park is a favourite destination for local and community residents for functions and is it is a very popular destination for family and group picnics. Reoccurring community events continue to be held in this park including: Canada Day celebrations, Sheep Dog Trials, Day Camp Programs, and outdoor music concerts. The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum is located at the front of the site and provides both indoor and outdoor educational displays that promote woodworking history in eastern Ontario.