Community Collaboration at Work
Created in 1961, Leamy Lake Park is the largest urban park in Canada’s Capital Region.
Pindigen Park Highlights Indigenous Culture and Heritage
Explore the Capital’s green spaces. Visit the many parks and enjoy nature, sports or major events within the city.
Confederation Park in Ottawa is one of the Capital’s main parks for public events.
Dating back to 1905, Patterson Creek Park is one of the earliest parks created by the NCC.
Discover Gatineau Park past and present by diving into history, and learning more about our cultural relationships with parks and nature!
Gatineau Park’s Lusk Cave is a superb marble cave and natural geological phenomenon that has been thousands of years in the making.
Hike up Gatineau Park’s King Mountain Trail, and take in the spectacular view of the Ottawa River Valley. The 1.9-kilometre King Mountain Trail has interpretation panels and 10 lookouts.
To build a capital that is a source of Canadian pride, the NCC undertakes many development and rehabilitation projects.