|PARKS & BEACHES|
|John A. Gillies Recreatin Centre (Braeside): Ball Field/Outdoor Skating||138 Sarah Street|
|Burnstown Beach/Boat Launch|
|Play Structure/Seasonal Washrooms and Concession Area||1537 Calabogie Road|
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|Dochart Park/Soccer Fields|
|Play Structure/Seasonal Washrooms/Concession Area (Special Events)||278 Duncan Drive|
|Glasgow Downs Ball Field||56 Calabogie Road|
|McNab Centre Park/Ball Fields|
|Play Structure/Seasonal Washrooms/Concession Area||486 Calabogie Road|
|McNab Public School - Outdoor Ice Skating||1164 Stewartville Road|
|Red Pine Bay: Boat Launch/Washrooms/Special Events||642 Usborne Street|
|Braeside Beach: Seasonal Porta-potty|
|Waba Cottage Museum and Gardens||24 Museum Road, White Lake|
|Wellington Park: Playstructure/Seasonal Porta-potty/Horseshoe Pits/Gazebo||29 Wellington Street|
|White Lake Park Ball Field/Outdoor Skating/Play Structure||33 Diamond Lane|
|White Lake Dam Site Beach/Boat Launch|
|Recreation Trail Map||View map in pdf format|
PLEASE CONTACT THE RECREATION DEPARMENT FOR ALL RENTAL INQUIRIES
|CONTACT NAMES & TELEPHONE NUMBERS|
|Recreation Department||613-623-5756 ext. 226|
|John A. Gillies Recreation Centre||613-623-5756 ext. 226|
|Burnstown Rowing Club - Dr. Robson||613-623-3013|
|Euchre||613-623-5756 ext. 226|
|Pine Grove Community - A. Leblanc||613-623-3206|
|Recreation Trail Committee||613-623-5756 ext. 226|
|Soccer - Tony Veale|
|White Lake Community - P. Farr||613-623-1541|
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
Outdoor Ice Skating Rinks - Rinks are open from January to mid-March, weather permitting, for more information or for booking inquiries call the Recreation Department at 613-623-5756 extension 226.
Ball Parks - For Bookings or details call the Recreation Department at 613-623-5756 extension 226.
Winter Carnivals - For details or to volunteer as part of the event organizing committee please call the Recreation Department at 613-623-5756 extension 226.
Minor Ball - Download Application Form
Soccer and other programs - For details call the Recreation Department at 613-623-5756 extension 226.
McNab Days: Typically, a 10 day celebration of life in McNab/Braeside which features a Calling of the Clans party at the historic Waba Cottage Museum, a Scottish festival, which also celebrates the heritage of our local residents, the Braeside Riverdrive, a special event at Red Pine Bay featuring vintage boats, great food, traditional music and other attractions at our beautiful Ottawa River venue. Other components of McNab Days include activities such as a horseshoe tournament, the McNab Tartan Run 5 k road race, euchre tournaments, church suppers, paddling, the Township’s annual Canada Day celebrations and much, much more.
If you’d like to become involved or would simply like more information on this event, please contact the Recreation Department at 613-623-5756 x 226.
The Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives is a multi-municipal institution established by local volunteers as a non-profit, charitable organization, serving the citizens of the Town of Arnprior and McNab-Braeside Township. The Archives was established to acquire, preserve and make accessible important historical documents pertaining to the history of the area.
The Township of McNab/Braeside will reimburse each household $55.00 to use the library services offered by Arnprior and Renfrew Public Libraries.
The museum is full of memories from the past. Local families have been so generous in donating artifacts. We are very proud of our community volunteer force that helped, and continue to help maintain our Museum and Gardens showing ever-continuing support of our heritage. The buildings contain everything from Sunday's best china to farm harvesting equipment. Located at 24 Museum Road, White Lake, Ontario K0A 3L0.
The Ottawa Valley stretches from Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, westward to the wilderness of Ontario’s world-renowned Algonquin Park in the west. More than half the Valley is wilderness: 2.4 million hectares (6 million acres) of pristine waterways, rolling woodlands and dramatic landforms. This landscape stimulates an out-of-doors lifestyle with recreation opportunities that are varied and adaptable to season, scenery and technical challenge.
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