Bruce Park is a Neighbourhood Park located at 145 Brucedale Avenue in Ward 7 and within the Centremount neighbourhood,
Bruce Park contains various amenities including: two baseball diamonds, a washroom/storage building and a large open space in the southern end of the park. The open space is also used for volunteer run skating in the winter. Two basketball half-courts are located in the central portion of the park while a playground with two play structures and swings occupy the north portion of the park.
The park also includes an asphalt walkway to the playground, picnic tables and trash containers. During the summer months, Bruce Park is also home to the City’s Supie Program which offers free morning and afternoon drop-in activities (active games and crafts) for 6-12 year olds. For more information see https://www.hamilton.ca/parks-recreation/recreation/supie.
The City is currently preparing a Request for Proposal to design and construct a spray pad between the existing play structure and swing set. The design has not been finalized but will complement the existing play structures and neighbourhood. A new asphalt walkway will also be installed along the west side of the play structures to Queensdale Ave. E.
- January 2018 – City staff are preparing a Request For Proposal (RFP) for the design and construction of the spray pad and walkway
Conceptual Spray Pad Location (final size, shape and design is subject to change).
If you have any questions or wish to submit a comment, contact:
Ken Wheaton, OALA, CSLA
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext 2289
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