Recreation: Parks & Facilities

playgroundThe Rotary Raceway Park (337 Marshall Street) is situated on the site of the former Middleton Driving Park, a horse racing facility operated from 1908 to the early 1950's. The track is still in place and encompasses two ball fields and a soccer field. The track has a total distance of 880 meters. In the early 1970's, the Town of Middleton began planning for recreational use of the site.

Between 1984 and 1987 the current Park was developed by the Town, with assistance from the Rotary Club and many hours of volunteer labour. It has since been extensively used for active recreation and competitive sports including softball, soccer, rugby, basketball, volleyball, and horseshoes.

This fine recreational facility also offers a children's pre-school playground that has provided hours of entertainment in a safe environment for the families of Middleton.

The Rotary Park is an excellent choice for any outdoor recreational event, with washroom facilities and a pavilion for shade on hot summer days. The pavilion is excellent for group BBQ's and other large gatherings.

All facilities can be booked for games, practices, special events and tournaments. To reserve a facility at the Park and get rental price information, contact the Department of Recreation & Community Services at 825-6611 Monday to Friday and between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm. The facility rental rates (ball, soccer, rugby, etc) can be accessed here: {phocadownload view=file|id=15}

pavilionFacilities Available:
Ball Field 1
Ball Field 2
Beach Volley Ball Pit
Horseshoe Pits
Basketball Courts with lights
Soccer Field
2 Tennis Courts
Pavilion

 

 

 

Riverside Park (80 Bridge Street)  is a seven-acre public park along the banks of the historic Annapolis River. Take a stroll along the scenic walking path while enjoying a panoramic view of the river, gardens and maple trees. The Park is also a great place to begin a canoe trip, as the water is easily accessible.

centennial_parkCentennial Park (formally Canada 125 Park), 41 School Street. A small, peaceful picnic area located in downtown Middleton. A pergola was constructed in the park to commemorate the Town of Middleton’s Centennial year in 2009.

Middleton & District Arena
31 Gates Avenue
Tel: 825-3583

Middleton Swimming  Pool (outdoor)
26 Gates Avenue
Tel: 825-6600

Middleton Curling Club
6 King Street


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