Parks and Playgrounds

Parks and Playgrounds

Walk, play, jog or relax and enjoy the great outdoors at one of our many municipal parks and playgrounds. 

From small neighbourhood play structures to large community spaces like Bell Park, there’s something for everyone.

Get Involved

Learn more about how you can get involved. Check out the Bell Park Advisory Panel.

Get more information on Kivi Park, Greater Sudbury’s largest park. Find trails that will take you to or through our parks.

Fifteen municipal playgrounds will be renewed and improved in 2019 through a partnership of the City of Greater Sudbury and United Way Centraide North East Ontario / Nord-est l’Ontario. Greater Sudbury Council has approved a phased renewal of 58 municipal playgrounds identified as being in poor condition, over the next two to three years.

The City of Greater Sudbury will host Neighbourhood Huddle open houses at each of the 15 playgrounds scheduled for renewal this year to ask residents about their preferences for new play structures, landscaping and design.

A schedule of open houses and an online survey for residents who can’t attend are available at

Twelve municipal playgrounds that were scheduled for renewal in 2018 are now complete and ready for play. Informal celebrations will mark the start of a new play season at each location. See the schedule at

Smoke-Free Parks

Did you know that our parks are smoke-free areas? Learn more about our smoke-free parks.


Learn about upcoming festivals, music and more in beautiful Bell Park on Ramsey Lake.

Park Maintenance

If you have questions or concerns about the maintenance of our parks and playgrounds, or need information on our community planters, contact 311.