UPDATED JUNE 18TH - Please read more for what has been reopened and what is still closed.
UPDATED JUNE 18th
Playgrounds are now open as allowed by the province. ❗️PLEASE NOTE❗️ equipment will not be regularly sanitized so these spaces are to be used at your own risk. Sanitization is the responsibility of the user. Protect yourself and your family with regular hand washing before and after using playground equipment, and make sure to practice social distancing from others.
The following parks in the Town of Yarmouth are now open for use:
✅Doug Melanson Park
✅Yarmouth Dog Park
✅Sealed Landers Park
✅ Coronation Park - Sports Field and Gym Equipment
✅South Park Playground
✅Beacon Park and Playground
The following recreation facilities/trails in the Town of Yarmouth are now open for use with social distancing rules in place:
✅Broadbrook Recreation Park: Veterans Field, Mariners Field, & Travelers Field INCLUDING Broadbrook Trail
✅Play On Ball Hockey Arena At Mariners Centre
✅Gateway Park: Gateway Ballfield, Track and pits & St. Ambrose Field
✅Skate Park - - SEE UPDATED RULES BELOW
✅St. Ambrose Tennis Courts
✅Yarmouth South Basketball Courts (behind old south school)
✅Central School Sports Field and Basketball Courts
✅High School Sports Field
✅Old High School Soccer Field (Pleasant Street)
✅Meadowfields Soccer Field
✅Coronation Park: Sports Field is OPEN, Gym Equipment remains CLOSED
Skate Park rules:
➡️ 10 USER LIMIT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
➡️ Please Maintain Physical Distance (6 feet or 2 metres apart) safely inside and outside park.
➡️ 45 - 60 minutes of use at a time (depending on number of users waiting and they can get back in line). - Switch users in and out after the time frame.
➡️ Users MUST have equipment including a helmet. Do not Share Equipment.
➡️ Do not come to the Skate park if you do not feel well!
➡️ It's not a place to hang out so no equipment (skateboard, helmet, etc) NO ENTRY.
This area is monitored by security cameras and regular patrols by RCMP.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we move through this challenging time. #flattenthecurve #socialdistancing