The Annie McNichol Playground is located on Providence Bay Beach near parking, public restrooms, the Discover Centre, and Boardwalk. Annie McNichol Playground features equipment for children aged 1 ½ to 12 years of age. Children of all ages can enjoy slides, swings, climbers, and other fun features. The playground is also accessible for wheelchairs and other assistive devices with the addition of mobi-mats that lead from the parking lot and circle the equipment. The Annie McNichol Playground was built through the work of many local volunteers and donations from local businesses and service clubs.
Playgrounds in Central Manitoulin
Take the kids out for some fun and fresh air at one of our awesome playgrounds!
The "Purple Park" is located behind the Mindemoya Arena at 6064 Hwy 542 Mindemoya, ON.
The park has spider web climber, a large slide, climbing structure and a digger for playing in the sand. This location includes picnic tables, benches, bike racks, on site waste diversion and recycling containers.
The park is adjacent to the Central Manitoulin Lions Club Pavilion which is a great place for picnics and a good area to find shade.
The park was built through the work of a volunteer fundraising group called the Mindemoya Special Events Committee as well as assistance from local businesses and clubs.
The Spring Bay Hall Playground is located behind the community hall at 9298 ON-542, Spring Bay, ON.
The park includes a climbing structure, swings, basketball net, picnic tables and a bike rack. Seasonal washrooms are located behind the Spring Bay Fire Station beside the hall.