Dreamland Park, at the tip of the lake, downtown at the junction of Capelton and Main streets, featuring a bandstand where concerts are presented through the summer.
River Park, next to the municipal parking lot, with summer playground equipment, a skating rink in the winter, and home to the farmers’ market from June to October.
Veterans’ Park, across from the Post Office and LeBaron’s store, where a Remembrance Day service is held in November .
Pleasant View Beach Park, at 2070 ch. du Lac, which comprises the public beach, swimming and sailing lessons, a green picnic area, and tennis courts across the street.
Accessing Pleasant View Beach Park when the beach is not in operation
Pleasant View Beach Park is locked when the beach is unsupervised. Anyone who wishes to have access to the park when the beach is unsupervised may procure an electronic transponder key which will allow them to enter the park.
In order to use this new service, individuals will be required to sign a letter of agreement and to pay an initial refundable deposit of $20.00 for the key.
Should a key be damaged, lost, stolen or misplaced, it will be deactivated and the key holder will be required to pay a fee of $20.00 for a replacement. Anyone who wishes to have an access key will need to bring the following to the town hall office :
- A completed, signed letter of agreement (copies available at the town hall or click here)
- Identification (name, photo and address)
- Deposit of $20.00
The access keys can only be used during unsupervised hours.
For access to the park during supervised hours, the existing beach rules of entry (and any applicable fees) will continue to apply.
Please note that the park will not be accessible between the hours of 11 pm and 5:30 am.
- Ball Park, on the corner of Wadleigh and LeBaron Streets, this site features a baseball diamond and is used for ball games and other outdoor community events
The size of this field requires that the activity be reserved for youth under 15 years of age.