Patterson Creek Park - The Glebe BIA

Patterson Creek Park

Patterson Creek Park runs two blocks from the canal in the heart of the Glebe. Dating back to 1905, the park is named after George Patterson, former Chief of the Rideau Canal Commissariat and one of the Glebe’s first residents. The park is also home to the Patterson Creek Pavilion, a federal heritage building that was built in 1923 and currently serves as a public washroom and changeroom. Surrounded by mature trees and overlooking the quiet creek, the park is an ideal location to take in the beauty of the Glebe, or even grab a bite to eat in the summer months at the NCC Bistro.

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