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Southside Park, Woodstock

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  • A very interesting park, well kept, a lovely lunch kiosk great french fries and ice cream. Always plenty of Canada Geese to watch, a very lovely laid out park. 
  • I have been fortunate enough to be able to enjoy Southside Park in Woodstock since I was a licensed driver and could get there. It is a lovely scenic place to either sit with a friend on a bench or wa...  more »
  • Well taken care of park, landscaped beautifully, clean bathrooms great skate/bike park, and has a free outdoor gym, a pure joy to visit. We love to go for a poutine and a slushy at the concession stan...  more »
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  • This is a great park, that lets Huron Park Baptist Church use each year for a free community event with live music and great inflatables. They usually have horse drawn carriage rides and some sort of entertainer for the kids as well. They give everyone free hotdogs, chips, and juice. The park is a great size and well maintained with a nice pond as well. The water feature really makes the place. For my kids it was the huge playground that was a winner. They also have ball diamonds there as well. There isn't a lot of parking but it is very centrally located.
  • A great park in south Woodstock. There's a skate park, 3 ball diamonds, a river, pond, 2 pavilions for family/group get togethers, sand volleyball, a great and safe playground for kids, a gazebo, walking/biking trails, and more. Lots of community events are held here as well (Canada Day, Cowapalooza, etc.) and the park is kept fairly clean. If there were any negatives, there can be a lot of duck/swan/geese poop around the waters edge (which can't much be helped), and the park is a way to hide a good sized hydro station but the city did the best they could with, most likely, low value property. Good job!
  • Very well kept up and nice park. One odd thing is that near the kids play area there is a chain link fence to stop kids access to the river, however it finishes way before the foot bridge?
  • Awsome place to pack a lunch and spend the day lots hear to do
  • Very nice park. I didn't get to explore much of it, but I met up with some band members and we practiced under a gazebo.