Andy Moffitt Trail: This is one of the best places in Barrhaven to walk – great for photographers who love getting nature shots.
Burnett Park: Great play structure and lots of wooded area for shade.
Calaveras Park: Tucked right into a subdivision, this park is wide open green space. You can lay down a blanket, bring a frisbee, and have a great afternoon.
Clarke Fields Park: This is a big park, with multiple sports fields, a playground, a bike path and a BMX racetrack. This park is home to a lot of events throughout the year, including Barrhaven Canada Day. It’s also close to a plaza with coffee and snacks.
Half Moon Bay Park: This park has a cool space theme that is sure to please kids. The play structure is situated amidst plenty of wide open, well-manicured green space and paths for walking/biking.
Houlahan Park: This is an amazing park for dogs because of all the space away from the play structures. Locals have taken to donating toys for kids to play with, and it’s a great place for a stroll in the fall.
Ken Ross Park: Splash pad, lots of trees, a ball park, soccer field, and plenty of parking.
Larkin Park: Small park with lots of open space, an ice rink in the winter, and a great place to exercise with your dog.
Mancini Park: Great for casual walks in nature, includes a splash pad and tennis courts.
Mowat Farm Park: A jungle gym for the kids, walking paths for pooches, and plenty of extra space for activities and soccer games.
Mulligan Park: Play structures for kids of all ages, soccer field, well-maintained and great for walking dogs.
North Harrow Park: Dog-friendly with a small jungle gym and swing set – perfect for a quick trip when your kids just need to blow off some steam.
Panda Park: You can really burn off some energy in these wide open spaces and on the jungle gym.
Rodeo Park: Located right off Rodeo Drive, this small park is well-kept and a great place to spend time with your family, play on the jungle gym or have a picnic.
Stinson Park: Play structure, a walking path, and a soccer field – plenty of space to play with the kids.
Stonecrest Park: There’s an impressive play structure, a giant splash pad, and a small hill that is perfect for safe sledding in the winter.
Utman Park: Wide open green spaces, great hills for sledding in the winter, and a playground.
Water Dragon Park: Picnic benches, soccer field, splash pad and play structure – a fun place to spend an afternoon.
Weybridge Park: Well-kept area with a jungle gym, walking paths, a ball field, and plenty of space for the pups!