Enniskillen has three recreational parks, each with a baseball diamond, picnic pavilion and public washrooms. Playground equipment are available at each of the parks. The Township purchased the land for the 6th Line ball park now known as Krall Park in 1953. Gorman Park was purchased in 1983 and Marthaville Park in 1988, which officially opened in 1991. Since 1958, the Enniskillen Parks & Recreation Committee has organized an active minor fastball program for the area young people. A number of Enniskillen teams have achieved distinction in the Ontario Rural Softball Association competitions. In recent years, the Committee has held the annual Canada Day Chicken Barbeque event.
For winter recreation programs, area young people are actively involved with minor hockey and figure skating available at the nearby Petrolia Arena. Past and present residents have achieved fame in the National Hockey League, include the Hunter brothers (Dave, Dale & Mark), Bobby Gould and Brian Dobbin.
To book an event, please contact the municipal office (519)882-2490.
Recreation Fee/park pavilion Donation only required
4555 Shamrock Street
13.5 acre park
4477 Shiloh Line
4.48 acre park
4.47 acre park
3879 Prince Street (Hamlet of Marthaville)
Each March, registration and fees for baseball programs accepted for the following teams:
Baseball registration: $50.00 per person
Plus $20.00 for the purchase of 50/50 tickets. The draw for 50/50 tickets held on July 1st. All tickets must be handed into the municipal office prior to draw date.
Lorne C Henderson Conservervation Area
In 1980, the Lorne C. Henderson Conservation Area in Lots 7 & 8, Concession 10, was officially opened by the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority. The land had been donated to the authority in 1973. The park is 282 acres in size, with 70 acres of water area and contains a nature interpretative center by which an estimated 3500 students visit annually. The campground at the park has 126 serviced camp sites, a swimming pool and a five kilometer walking trail.
Park telephone is 519-882-2280
To contact the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority administration office: