Whooping Crane Park

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The City is looking for your help to design a new park in Riverside South. Whooping Crane Park is a proposed 1.2-hectare park located on the north side of Whooping Crane Ridge between Canvasback Ridge and Spratt Road. To the north of the park is a woodlot that has been purchased by the City. The park’s municipal address is 71 Whooping Crane Ridge. Proposed park amenities include a playground, a wooded area, pathways, site furnishings and landscaping.

The City is conducting a two-step public consultation process for the park design. For the first step, we are requesting the public’s input to choose a style for the playground equipment. Two style options are proposed: a “Traditional Nature Theme” and a “Modern Nature Theme”. You can find a preliminary park concept plan and representative playground equipment images for each style option in the Document Library to the right.

Take the survey below to tell us your preference for one of the playground equipment style options. After the preferred style option has been selected, the Landscape Architect will prepare a final concept plan with a playground design. The final concept plan and images of the proposed playground equipment will then be posted on Engage Ottawa for the second step in the public consultation process.


The City is looking for your help to design a new park in Riverside South. Whooping Crane Park is a proposed 1.2-hectare park located on the north side of Whooping Crane Ridge between Canvasback Ridge and Spratt Road. To the north of the park is a woodlot that has been purchased by the City. The park’s municipal address is 71 Whooping Crane Ridge. Proposed park amenities include a playground, a wooded area, pathways, site furnishings and landscaping.

The City is conducting a two-step public consultation process for the park design. For the first step, we are requesting the public’s input to choose a style for the playground equipment. Two style options are proposed: a “Traditional Nature Theme” and a “Modern Nature Theme”. You can find a preliminary park concept plan and representative playground equipment images for each style option in the Document Library to the right.

Take the survey below to tell us your preference for one of the playground equipment style options. After the preferred style option has been selected, the Landscape Architect will prepare a final concept plan with a playground design. The final concept plan and images of the proposed playground equipment will then be posted on Engage Ottawa for the second step in the public consultation process.


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