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Learn why Bellevue Park has Defined our Community

Learn why Bellevue Park has Defined our Community

A park is neutral ground, an oasis the demands of urban life cannot infiltrate, a place where anxiety drops away. On any summer day the Sault’s Bellevue Park is a picnic site for families and office workers, a track for joggers, a playground for children, and a quiet space for the contemplative. This 17 hectare (42 acre) rolling expanse of paths, ponds, and shaded benches overlooking St. Marys River is a defining feature of the city’s waterfront.

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  • Tall Ships in SSM
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  • Bondar Tent and Marina
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  • Waterfront Moose
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  • Essar Centre Downtown
  • Bellevue Park
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