Chutes Provincial Park

The only provincial park on Highway 17 between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, Chutes is an excellent stopover for travellers and a base to explore the North Channel of Lake Huron. Situated on the Aux Sables River, the park gets its name from a chute that once diverted logs around the waterfall. Follow riverside nature trails to see rapids upstream.  

NOTE: Chutes Provincial Park is NOT maintained nor owned by the Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers.

Contact: Carolyn O'Higgins
Imperial St., Massey
(705) 865-2021
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/chutes

Mouth Park


This Public Park, at the end of Carl Albert Street, is known as "The Mouth" as it is where the Sables River empties into the Spanish River.  The Park features a beautiful natural sand beach, natural clay embankment slide, shoreline fishing and great picnic areas for the family.
 

Heritage Park

Heritage Park is located at the Highway 17 traffic lights in Massey.  There are washroom facilities, maps of the Township, benches and picnic tables for residents and visitors to enjoy.  

Stop by for a picnic and tour the town!  

Note: Washroom facilities open from May long weekend to Thanksgiving Weekend in October.

Kenneth Teasdale Community Park & Trails

In 1979, the Teasdale family donated 129 acres of land north and south of Reserve Road to the municipality with the hopes that it would remain in its natural state, as a place for residents and visitors to enjoy.  

Playgrounds

(The Parks & Recreation Department recommends adult supervision at all of our playgrounds)

Massey Playground: Located on Imperial Street North and part of the fair grounds, this park includes a composite play structure and a merry go round.

Webbwood Playground: Located at the corner of Mary and Young Street in Webbwood, this park includes a composite play structure and a large open green space for creative play.

Walford Community Park:  Located on Walford Road in Walford, this park includes a variety of structures with swings and slides