Rich with natural history, Oak Valley Pioneer Park is a memorial to Eastern Ontario’s pioneers and a nut tree research site.
With pine and walnut in the east, and oak and butternut in the west—over 25 species of trees and shrubs grow in the park. Pick up a brochure to learn about the Park. The Volunteers of Oak Valley Pioneer Park operate this community resource together with SNC. For information, please click here. School visits to the Park are encouraged!
Area: 10 acres
Activities: Fishing, walking, geocaching, historical site seeing, dog walking (on leash), picnic facilities
The site is open from dawn until dusk from the long weekend in May until the long weekend in October.