Jaycee Park is a passive park located in Port Dalhousie Ward. It follows the path of the third Welland Canal that cut diagonally across the city between 1886 and 1932. The canal was filled in, within the park, but the location can clearly be seen along the path of the shrub bed located on the south side of the park. The west end of the park, close to Martindale Pond, contains the exposed remnants of one of the stone locks of the canal. Visitors can enjoy walking, open space, horticultural displays and passive recreation. Beautiful views of Martindale Pond can be found at the west end of the park. There is parking on site. This park is 8.7 hectares.
Planning a get-together or searching for a location for wedding photos? Permits are available for this park for those purposes.
Free wood chips are available to the public by bushel or bag from April to October at Jaycee Gardens on Ontario Street. Availability of wood chips is dependent upon supply. No truckloads allowed.
The wood chip pile is located near the park's parking lot.