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Port Williams Community Park

Village of Port Williams

Located In Port Williams
Where To Find Us
Highway 358
Port Williams, NS B0P 1T0
Areas Served Kings County (NS)
Phone 902-542-4411
Contact Village Office
Description & Services
The Port Williams Park, located on Highway 358 across from Centennial Drive, is a safe and friendly place for kids of all ages to gather and play. 
The park includes a play structure for children 2-12 years, swings (for babies as well), some stationary pieces and a tire swing. 
The hard-surface court is used for basketball and ball hockey. Trees, benches and picnic tables donated by villagers line the short walking trail. 
In the summer, the park is home to the Valley's only permanently located StoryWalk. A StoryWalk is what happens when you cross an energetic story with a walking path. Each page of the book is replicated onto a sign with a suggestion underneath for a fun physical activity related to that part of the story. 
When it gets too hot or in the case of a sudden downpour, the Lions sun shelter provides protection from the elements. This pavilion was the 40th anniversary project of the Port Williams and District Lions Club.  
Adults will appreciate the ample parking and seats around the perimeter of the playground which make it easy and comfortable to relax and yet keep an eye on their children. 
Visit our donor garden to see the many organizations and individuals who made this park possible. Donor garden 
The Port Williams Park – built by the community for all to enjoy.
Special Information
Established 2010
Tags Annapolis Valley Connect ; Family-friendly ; Outdoor Courts ; Outdoor Play ; Outdoor Recreation ; Park ; Playground ; Recreation Categories ; Walking
Categories - General Basketball ; Basketball Courts ; Community Parks ; Picnic Grounds ; Playgrounds