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Contact(s)

ePlay Customer Service

240 St. Paul St. W.
Seymour-Hannah Sports & Entertainment Centre
St. Catharines, ON L2S 2E7

Tel: 905.688.5601 x1927

Fax: 905.682.1157

TTY: 905.688.4TTY (4889)

 

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Centennial Gardens

Address / Location

321 Oakdale Ave.
Gale Crescent and Oakdale Avenue

Overview

Centennial Gardens was unveiled in 1967 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Canada. It is located in Merritton Ward and provides a variety of passive recreational opportunities. The Merritt Trail passes through the park and provides opportunities to view the locks and path of the First and Second Welland Canals or travel further north or south along the Canal Valley. At the south end of the park, beneath Westchester Crescent, are the remains of one of the stone locks from the Second Welland Canal.
This is a beautiful park to visit, plan a picnic or have lunch. Within the park, visitors can view a special Centennial gift to the City, a totem pole.
Along Oakdale Avenue, Climate Action Niagara oversees a very busy community garden that provides opportunities for residents to grow their own produce. There is a small parking area located off of Oakdale Avenue.
This park is 9.3 hectares.

Hours of Operation

This park is accessible from dawn to dusk
This park is available for permit 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Please note: Parks are not available for permit on statutory holidays

Functions

Recreational Activity

Features

Passive area
Bicycle and Walking trail
Merritt Trail
Old Welland Canals
Climate Action Niagara Community Garden
Freedom Trail
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