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Victoria Park

Victoria Park, approximately 15 hectares (37 acres) in area, is located between Brighton Road and the Park Roadway. Walking among the trees in the park, one notices that the terrain is not typical of most of the city. The tree stands are a mixture of original and cultivated stock. Species such as Austrian pine, red maple, sugar maple, balsam fir, white spruce, white oak, red oak, beech, yellow birch, white birch and linden can be found throughout the park. A boardwalk extends the full length of the park along the waterfront.

Here, you are able to swim, play tennis, use the sporting fields, play on the playing fields (which must be booked in advance), play on the equipment, play horseshoes, have a picnic, enjoy a relaxing stroll through the numerous paths and walkways that are available in the park. Several open spaces allow you to enjoy the activities of your choice.

The use of the Boardwalk is for the pleasure of the residents and visitors of the City of Charlottetown. Please assist us in carrying out the following rules for the safety of all participants:

* Please No Biking
* Please No Roller Blading
* Please Clean Up After Your Pet

Tennis Courts:
Six hard surface, all weather plexi paved courts. Program, including instruction, tournaments, etc for both youth and adults. Courts are available to the public for recreational use on a daily basis. Visitors welcome. Daytime and night time use. Operated by the Charlottetown Recreation Department.



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Telephone: (902) 566-5548

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