Parks & Playgrounds
Elliot Lake is located in a rugged, wilderness setting that provides numerous trail and park settings to enjoy. Some notable and specialty parks and playgrounds within the City include.
For a detailed description of the tourism based parks in and around the City and to view an interactive map, visit Elliot Lake's Tourism Website.
Horne Lake Trails
Centred on Miner's Memorial Park, the Horne Lake Trails are a short network of surface treated trails providing easy access to lake views and fishing on Horne Lake.
Westview Park & Trans Canada Trail Pavilion
This outstanding park setting on the shore of Elliot Lake features a playground for children, a large grass open space, a pavilion for events and access to nature trails. It is the perfect setting for the Trans Canada Trail Pavilion - a permanent marker along Elliot Lake's section of the Trans Canada Trail. Westview Park is a beautiful site from spring to fall once the horticultural society put their green thumbs to work and turn the park into a "blooming" experience.
Glenden Fitness Park
Located at the corner of Washington Crescent & Ottawa Avenue next to the Washington Apartment Complex. The park hosts a variety of exercise equipment in a park setting. Includes cardio and weight equipment.
The fitness park is open to the public. Parking is available on site.
The City of Elliot Lake maintains playground structures and play areas at the following locations. Playgrounds are open to the public.
- Westview Park (Highway 108) - Wheelchair Accessible Structure
- Esten Park Public School (Access via McQuarrie Place behind the school)
- Roman Park (Roman Avenue & Joubin)
- Burley Park (Pearson Drive behind Lourdes School)
- Kiwanis Park (Dieppe Avenue)
- Spine Beach Park (Spine Beach)
- Spruce Beach Park (Spruce Beach)
- Paris and Axmith Park (Paris Drive & Axmith Avenue)
- Fire Tower Lookout Play Structure (Fire Tower)
- Trailhead Information Centre Play Structure (Highway 17 & 108)
Located just off Pearson Drive on Senator Trailer Park Road. The park has a fenced in area for dogs to run off leash. Dogs must be leashed outside the fenced area. Rules are posted at the site. Park benches, picnic tables and poop n' scoop bags are available on site. Parking is available outside of the main gate. The park is open to the public.