This page provides information about recent and ongoing park development projects. These projects are tied with the goals and objectives of South Stormont's Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

Play Structures

Arnold Bethune Park

This play structure was originally planned for a summer 2021 install, but with the pandemic and resulting supply chain issues, installation was completed in spring 2022.

This project was partially funded by an ICIP Community Culture and Recreation Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario. 

Arnold Bethune Play StructureArnold Bethune Play Structure 2

Arrowhead Estates Park

This play structure was installed November 2022.

This project is partially funded by the Federal Government. 

Arrowhead Estates Play Structure RenderingArrowhead Estates Play Structure Rendering

Chase Meadows Park

This play structure was scheduled for a November 2022 install, but has been pushed into spring 2023 because of supply delays. In addition, the parkland will need to be cleared and developed prior to installation of the structure. Brush will be removed and a proper pedestrian access along the pipeline from Jim Brownell Blvd will be established.

This project is partially funded by the Federal Government. 

Chase Meadows Play Structure RenderingChase Meadows Play Structure Rendering

MacLennan Park

This play structure was originally planned for a summer 2021 install, but with the pandemic and resulting supply chain issues, installation was completed in spring 2022.

This project was partially funded by ICIP Community Culture and Recreation Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario. 

MacLennan Park Play StructureMacLennan Park Play Structure

Maple Street Park

This play structure was installed in November 2022.

This project is partially funded by the Federal Government. 

Maple Street Park Play Structure RenderingMaple Street Park Play Structure Rendering

Moulinette Island Park

This play structure was scheduled for a November 2022 install, but must be pushed into spring 2023 for material delivery delays.

This project is partially funded by the Federal Government. 

Moulinette Island Park Play Structure RenderingMoulinette Island Park Play Structure Rendering

Simon Fraser Park

This play structure installation was completed at the end of October 2022.

This project is partially funded by the Federal Government. 

Simon Fraser Play Structure RenderingSimon Fraser Play Structure Rendering

Pavilions

Arnold Bethune Park - Metal Pavilion

This 20' x 40' metal pavilion is one of three being installed in South Stormont parks! The below image is a rendering of the structure to be installed but with a brown  roof.

These projects were partially funded by Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program - Community Culture and Recreation Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario.

Metal Pavilion RenderingLocation of pavilion

Ingleside Community Park - Metal Pavilion

This 20' x 40' metal pavilion is one of three being installed in South Stormont parks! The below image is a rendering of the structure to be installed but with a brown  roof.

These projects were partially funded by Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program - Community Culture and Recreation Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario.

Metal Pavilion RenderingLocation of pavilion Ingleside

Lost Villages / Ault Park - Wooden Pavilion

This 20' x 40' wooden pavilion is set to be installed at Lost Villages in October 2022. The below image is an engineered drawing of the structure to be installed.

This project was partially funded by Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program - Community Culture and Recreation Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario and the Lost Villages Historical Society

Concept drawing for Lost Villages Pavilion

Simon Fraser Park - Metal Pavilion

This 20' x 40' metal pavilion is one of three being installed in South Stormont parks! The below image is a rendering of the structure to be installed but with a brown roof.

These projects were partially funded by Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program - Community Culture and Recreation Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario.

Metal Pavilion RenderingLocation of pavilion Simon Fraser

Path and Trail Sections

Arnold Bethune Park - Phase I

As outlined in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, this trail section runs along the west perimeter of Arnold Bethune Park with connections to Saunders Avenue, St. Laurent Avenue and Johnson Crescent, concluding near the washroom building.

This phase of the project, completed in spring of 2022, was completely funded by ICIP COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Grant from the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario.

Phase I Park PathPhase I Park Path

Arnold Bethune Park - Phase II

Continuing with the village trail network as described in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, this section complements Phase I by creating a loop and connecting Simcoe Street, Bethune Avenue and Frost Avenue while also running near the Longue Sault Public School entrance gate. 

This phase has been completed with a small section to be repaved this fall or in spring 2023. It was partially funded by the Federal Government. 

Phase II Path Concept

Mille Roches Corridor

This 1km trail will provide residents and visitors with safe and accessible connections to the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail, Municipal Office, Woodland Villa Nursing Home and Long Sault Arena.

This project is scheduled to be completed in November 2022 and is completely funded by a Provincial COVID Community Recovery Grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. 

Mille Roches Corridor Path

Sports Courts

Ingleside Community Park - Basketball Court 

After material delays prevented the planned 2021 completion, this project is now on track for fall 2022 completion.

This 98' x 54' basketball court is partially funded by the R-O 50th Anniversary Committee. 

Ingleside Basketball Court