Lakeview Park, AmherstviewUnder construction - rehabilitation of the playground in Lakeview Park. This project was funded in part by the Government of Canada - with support through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program/Avec l’appui du Programme d’infrastructure communautaire de Canada 150
Babcock Mill Park Natural Playground
Opened October 29, 2016, in partnership with Odessa Lions Club, a new natural playground for Babcock Mill Park.
Sand Beach Wetlands Conservation Area
5493 Concession Road 3, Amherst Island
Visitor's Map, Walking Trail, two Access Paths to Beach, Car Park, Marshlands Viewing Platform, Birdwatching, click here for more information.
A 54 acre acquisition by Loyalist Township with the support of the Natural Spaces Land Acquisition and Stewardship Program - a joint initiative of the Ontario Heritage Trust and Ministry of Natural Resources.
Loyalist Township Parks
There are numerous parks located throughout Loyalist Township. These parks vary from quiet green spaces and beautiful waterfront to sports fields and playgrounds. Ball fields and soccer fields are available for rent.
Bath Pickleball Courts
The new Bath Pickleball Courts are open. Pickleball started in Bath with indoor play in 2013 at the Bath Public School, moved to one of the tennis courts the following year and now Bath is home to four designated lit pickleball courts and one designated lit tennis court.
If you are new to the sport, pickleball was invented as a family backyard pastime but quickly became popular among adults as a fun game for players of all levels. The game is easy to learn and blends engaging aspects of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Its popularity is soaring, making it one of North America's fastest growing sports.
Five ways pickleball makes you better at life
Residents and friends of Loyalist Township have the opportunity to create a lasting memorial to a loved one through the donation of a public tree or bench in one of our parks or open spaces.
Your donation of a tree will add to the beauty of our public spaces while a bench provides a comfortable resting place. Please consider a contribution towards beautification while creating a lasting tribute to a special person.
Click here for more details and an application.
The Dog Control By-Law provides that any owner of a dog that defecates in a public place must clean up the dog droppings and dispose of them in a sanitary manner. Non-compliance can result in a $75.00 fine.
Dogs must also not be permitted to run at large at any time and must be on a leash when in a public park. Non-compliance can result in a $75.00 fine.
For the safety of the public and neighbouring properties, please -
NO GOLFING in Loyalist Township Parks.