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Public Parks & Recreational Areas in and around Madawaska

Madawaska Parks and Playgrounds

Multi-Purpose Building
7th Avenue

The Multi-Purpose Center is a 30,800 sq. ft, building with a seating capacity of 3,240. The center sits on approximately 8 acres of land.
The building has 2 indoor tennis courts, a basketball court and 3 activity rooms on the 1st floor. During the winter months the center is converted into an indoor skating rink. The 2nd floor consists of 2 offices and storage space for Recreational Equipment.

The surrounding site has a Youth Baseball Diamond, a Regulation Baseball Diamond, 1 Volleyball Court, 2 Horseshoe Courts, 2 regulation Soccer Fields and a Nature Studies Area.

Dionne Park
Fox Street

This 2 ½ acre park is beautifully landscaped with trees and shrubs. A kid’s playground with swings, tubes & gliders is an enjoyment to the youngsters, while 2 Horseshoe Courts and a Basketball Court are enjoyed by the teens and adults. Benches and a drinking fountain add to a leisurely spent family afternoon.

Fraser Park
11th Avenue

This site is home to a regulation Soccer Field, an Elementary School Soccer Field, A Softball Field w/lights, 4 Tennis Courts and a 775 sq. ft. building which is also used by the Boy Scouts.

Bi-Cenntennial Park
Corner of 11th Ave. & St. Thomas Street

This park holds many events throughout the course of the year. A large staging area is located in the center with a dedication area suitable for gathering. A Vietnam Veterans Memorial is on site for visitors. Park benches, picnic tables, swings and a playground attract people of all ages.  

Birch Point Beach
Long Lake

A great place to spend an afternoon is at this beach on Long Lake. This 20 acre site has a picnic area, a sand Volleyball Court, Tetherball and Playground equipment. A bath house with rest rooms are open from sunrise to sunset May thru September.


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