Street Address: 3233 Ketcheson Rd
Location: Intersection of Hazelbridge Way and Ketcheson Road
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Recreation Area: City Centre
Ketcheson Neighbourhood Park is a 1.6 acre park in Capstan Village.
The park’s design incorporates landscape features reflecting the natural landscape of Richmond along with garden elements including a series of islands surrounded by water and a contemporary pavilion designed to be a reinterpretation of traditional Asian tea houses. Water weaves through the park and connects the varied spaces and activity points through a series of tranquil reflecting pools and meandering streams. Children are encouraged to creatively play with water in the playground through a series of troughs and water activators.
Children’s playground with slides, water and other play equipment;
Adult exercise equipment;
A grove of spring flowering Cherry trees;
Off-leash dog park;
Blue berries have been planted for park visitors to enjoy.
Pet owners in dogs off-leash areas adhere to the following usage guidelines:
Dogs must be kept under control by their owners at all times.
Stoop and Scoop: clean up after your dog.
Dog owners must carry a leash at all times.
All dogs must be currently and visibly licensed.
Dog owners must maintain effective verbal control of their dogs and always be able to see their dog when off the leash.
Any dog exhibiting aggressive behaviour must be leashed immediately.
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