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Roller/Skateboard/BMX Park -

Skate and BMX bike parks are super facilities for exercising fitness and fun. Ontario's Bluewater regions have free access to professionally designed concrete pads with ramps, rails, bowls and pump tracks.

 


Little Lake Park
Little Lake Park in Midland, has a picnic area under huge oak trees, with tennis, volleyball and shuffleboard courts, mini golf, a recreation trail, skate park and playground.
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Rotary & Algonquin Regiment Trail & Skate Park
The Rotary & Algonquin Regiment Trail may be traversed on foot or bicycle from Great North Road around the harbour to the marina, Old Town Beach, Coast Guard Station and Waubuno Park Beach. The trail affords a good view of the Seguin Falls and it is lit for safe use at night. A Skate & BMX Bike Park with ramps is located on Great North Road.
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Oakview Woods Bike, Skate & Bark Parks
Wasaga Beach Area 6 has an information centre, band gazebo, soccer pitch and tennis courts at the Oakview Woods recreation complex on Mosley Street at 42nd Street. Skateboard and bike parks with ramps, rails and dirt jumps, and a “Bark Park” for exercising dogs, are located beside the information centre. All beach areas have washrooms, picnic areas and bike paths.
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Saugeen Shores Rotary Skate Park & BMX Track
Saugeen Shores Rotary Skate Park is home to 12,000 square feet of formed concrete including ledges, curbs, rails, a quarter pipe with wall, an open bowl, pole jam, up gap and more! Wear your helmet when you try out this hot spot for bikers, boarders and bladers. The park was designed by New Line Skateparks. It's located on Wellington Street behind the Police Station and Rec Plex in Port Elgin. The BMX Bike Park has a 1,000-foot dirt track with ramps, berms and jumps for stunt biking behind the complex. It holds races Sunday afternoons, Victoria weekend to Thanksgiving and Thursday evenings during July.
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Penetanguishene Waterfront Trail
Penetanguishene’s harbour, beach, playground and skate-park adjoin the Waterfront Trail that leads to Midland from Champlain Road. The town combines a colourful blend of French-Anglo culture with a full range of attractions and amenities for visitors. The Serendipity Princess paddlewheeler boat departs the Penetanguishene town dock daily for cruises May to September then offers fall colour tours on the Trent-Severn Waterway departing from Port Severn from September to mid-October.
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