Kiwanis Park Street View
Kiwanis Park is on the eastern edge of Waterloo, on the bank of Grand River making it a leading place in Waterloo to live in because of fun and healthier lifestyle. It has man-made lake and unique park setting that allure almost 40000 visitors to Kiwanis Park to make their day a joy. It’s a nice place in summer to visit.
The variety of facilities and activities offer by Kiwanis parks to the community to enjoy with their family and friend in summer include natural trail, lake-like swimming pool, athletic field, beach volleyball court, playground area, picnic shelter, ice rink in winter. Due to nearness to Walter bean trail and Grand River making it a marvelous place for fishing, biking and hiking.
Kiwanis Park Sports Camp
It is organized from 4 July 2016 to 26 august 2016. In this camp, there are a number of activities, games, competition for the campers. There will be volleyball, baseball, soccer and swimming competition between campers to increase the sense of sportsmen spirit and some sort of games are also designed for the training of teamwork learning and importance of teamwork.
“Beautiful Park. Tons of space to barbecue, picnic, birthday and just chill. There’s also a concession and large bathroom. The place is littered with life guards both in and out of the massive pool! Tons of kids but the park is so big no one invades your space, even right beside the pool (I’m writing this with my toes in the water). So much fun I’m coming again and again” – Mike C.
“My review of the actual Park and Swimming pool is great. As a parent I appreciate the rules and guidelines to help keep everyone safe. However, I have issue with the entrance gate. We were arriving at the park for a large group picnic. It took an un-necessary 45min. to get through the line. People were permitted to skip the line by walking up to the attendant and paying without consideration to the person next in line, whether they were in a car or not. The person that walked up to pay pro-ceeded back to their car and then drove in ahead of everyone else. The attendant’s at such places need to be swift and professional. This is not a time to be social with everyone. There should be 2 lines to speed things along and there should be no walk up paying to keep it fair for everyone” – Tracy Blackwood
educational institute are also there for the children of its residents. Kiwanis park schools are Our Lady of Lourdes, Mary Johnston Public School and Keatsway Public School and high schools are Waterloo Collegiate Institute and Resurrection.