Conveniently located at 150 Elmsley Street, The Rink of Dreams is an outdoor multi-purpose complex, created in partnership with the Gerry Lowe Foundation and the Sen's Foundation. The Rink of Dreams is open to use, allowing people of all ages the opportunity to play. It is open year round, offering ice hockey and public skating in the winter and basketball and ball hockey in the spring, summer, and fall. Do you have an event that you would like to host at The Rink of Dreams? Book now! This is an excellent space for summer camps, outdoor hockey games, birthday parties, etc.
The Smiths Falls Memorial Community Centre, located at 71 Cornelia Street West, is a place for many recreational opportunities, inside and outside. From the skateboard park, baseball diamond, tennis courts to the walking concourse, figure skating, hockey and events, the Community Centre cater's to the active lifestyle.
The Seniors Activity Building is dedicated to seniors activities in our community. Occupancy of 240 with tables and chairs and a kitchen facility. The seniors can participate in a variety of games such as shuffleboard and darts. There are daily activities taking place and during the summer the seniors can enjoy playing a game of lawn bowling.
The newly renovated Youth Arena, located at 71-A Cornelia Street West, is linked to the Community Centre and has the same amenidies such as the skateboard park, baseball diamond, tennis courts, figure skating, hockey and events. It also cater's to the active lifestyle.
Located on Alexander Avenue (through the subway on to HWY 15), this park is close to the outside of Smiths Falls and residentials near by can play and enjoy. It has a ball diamond and a large play area with a play structure.
This park is located on Confederation Drive near downtown, it is “Home of 100,000 blooms” passive walking park with water fountains along the Rideau canal. This lovely park is a nice place to come and enjoy your lucnh, walk along the trail, have a picnic, observe the locks open and close while the boats come and go, chat with the tourist who dock their boats in the summer time, go swimming or just anjoy the scenery.
Located behind the 2 arenas this park offers baseball diamonds, tennis court, play structure and a skateboard park. With the convenience of the arenas close by there are washrooms available and when the canteen is open you are able to have refreshments and food to help you recharge and continue having fun at the park.
Located off Chambers Street on Empress/Sussex Streets. This park offers 2 baseball fields and a play structure for near by residents to use. It is well maintained and available for mulitple purposes such as picnics, family gatherings and a day of fun.
Located next to the Town Hall on Beckwith Street. Treed area with picnic tables to sit and enjoy a short stop.
Located on Old Sly's Road, over 60 acres of parkland with 5 ball diamonds; 4 soccer pitches; outdoor beach volleyball; 3-on-3 basketball court; athletic field; picnic shelter; stage; treed picnic area; walking trail; 3 lit tennis courts; playstructure and a splash pad.
Creating a safe place for dogs to run and interact, in an off-leash venue which is an attractive community amenity for residents, newcomers and tourists. The Town of Smiths Falls understands that dog parks are becoming an essential part of the fabric of urban cities and towns across Ontario and that residents of Smiths Falls have expressed a need for such a facility. The Town also understands that dog parks have become an essential element for residential attraction as well as tourist interest. Dogs parks offer an excellent place for dogs to become socialized which can reduce behaviour problems when they are walked on the streets in town paths.
Located on in the heart of Smiths Falls on Lombard Street just over the Beckwith Street bridge. Tourist information site along with 50+ serviced camp sites with 30 amp power; 30 boat tie ups (finger docks); water hook ups; pump station; laundry & shower facilities; playground with wading pool.
Located next to Centennial Park on Park Street. Beach area to swim for little ones and larger area for swimming; treed picnic area right along the Rideau Canal.