Things to do:
The Bandshell at Haydon Park has a uniqueness of its own constructed in-between a pound in the Park it ensures a quality sound while adding a visually soothing atmosphere because of the bandhshells surrounding waters. Great young talented music artists of Canada come to perform live in the beauty of outdoors. Admission is completely free. For a number of years the Nepean concert band played concerts in summers in the bandshell.
The park has been housing Ceili’s in the park for a long time now. The park guarantees a day of celebration and fun with the Celtic cultures. Musician’s & Dancer’s drawing from the English land contain Irish, Scottish and welsh community come to celebrate on special events.
Wildlife Geese and shore birds are attracted from all over Canada to Haydon Park, being huge in numbers but they are not a distraction to the enjoyment of the open areas in the park. The Ottawa parkway bike path is just along the park so it is an ideal pit stop for bikers on the lengthy stretch from downtown to Kanata to take a relaxing break.
You can plan a visit any time; the park is opened seven days a week.
3169 Carling Avenue Ottawa, Canada
How to Reach Andrew Haydon Park:
The nearest bus stop is the Carling / Acres Side where route number 152 from Bayshore bus station makes a stop. From the stop head southwest on Carling Ave/Ottawa Road 38 and the move toward the Holly Acres Rd/Ottawa Road 16 W. after covering 25 meters distance turn right at Holly Acres Rd/Ottawa Road 16 W. the last right turn will take you towards the Andrew Haydon Park.