Coronation Park was established in 1937 behind the Pembroke Armouries and beside the Muskrat River across from City Hall to commemorate the coronation of King George VI.
Located next to the former home of the Hon. E. A. Dunlop, former Treasurer of Ontario (now Grey Gables, 353 Mackay Street). A pretty little gem near Pembroke's downtown area.
This 2.6 acre natural retreat between Cecelia Street and Elizabeth Street has winding paths that take you through a small, beautiful conifer and broadleaf forest.
Children will appreciate this park located on Almira Street with its multistation play structure to climb on. It also features a large passive green space that is ideal for frisbee or soccer.
Maintained by the International Order of Foresters, this parkette features the "Welcome to Pembroke" sign and contains multiple trees and flower beds, serving as a friendly and green welcome to visitors.
Home of the Kinsmen Pool, the park is located on Herbert Street. Facilities include a ball field, the little tykes ball field, beautiful open space area with a playground structures – and new in 2004, a multi-sport facility that has been developed through the generous support of the Kinsmen Club of Pembroke. The Kinsmen Pool also shares this location and offers indoor year-round activities and an outdoor wading pool during the summer months.
This one acre sanctuary is managed by Bereaved Families of Ontario - Pembroke, and serves as a place to remember deceased loved ones and friends in a special way.
Often called the “jewel” of the City, Pansy Patch Park is a 10 acre island park in the heart of Pembroke. Accessed by Dickson Street off Mackay Street, this oasis-like parcel contains some of the finest horticultural land in the county.
The City's Millennium Project focused on the complete redevelopment of the downtown waterfront, and while much of the work was completed in 2000, final touches, such as a small waterfall, a shaded pavilion and a paved courtyard that is wheelchair accessible were added in 2002. In 2003, the Boardwalk was extended by 350 feet to connect with the Living Legacy Landmark kiosk that explains the cultural and heritage significance of the Ottawa River as the original "Trans-Canada Highway".
With its spacious 75-acre tent and trailer campground, Pembroke's Riverside Park Campground is located within walking distance of the downtown. It boasts a number of amenities including: mini-golf, a canteen, horseshoe pits, ball diamonds, soccer pitches, a playground, a brand new splash pad, a dog park, a picnic area, washrooms, laundry, ample free parking, a field house, and a lovely walking trail linking the park to the Waterfront Park and downtown.
This small, shady corner park is a quiet place to sit and relax beside the banks of the Indian River.
Located on the corner of James and Mary Streets in Pembroke, Rotary Park is a very busy neighborhood park. Through the generous support of the Rotary Club of Pembroke, the park has beautiful tennis courts, playground equipment and is home to the Rotary Park & Play program during the summer.
This downtown parkette is a year-round gathering place as well as a site for live music, lunch time picnics and special events organized by the PBIA (Pembroke Business Improvement Area).
Memorial Cenotaph Park is Pembroke's war memorial to all Canadian service men and women who have served and died in WWI, WWII, The Korean War and more recent battles in which the Canadian military has been engaged.