Greater Sudbury, ON
Bell Park is the City’s largest urban waterfront park located in the heart of Greater Sudbury on the western shores of Ramsey Lake, an ideal natural landscape and favourite local spot drawing both visitors and residents for scenic walks along the waterfront, and warm sunny days at the beach.
Bell Park is named for William J. Bell, whose former residence now houses the Art Gallery of Sudbury. The park is also home to many cultural events, annual festivals and a destination for all ages year-round. Whether you are taking a leisurely stroll on the 2 km boardwalk on the beautiful shores of Lake Ramsey, enjoying some family fun beachside, on the playground or enjoying watersports like swimming, canoeing, and kayaking, Bell Park has a variety of amenities and scenic views to impress.
Bell Park is one of several municipal parks in Greater Sudbury, located in the heart of the city with access and parking lots via 506 Elizabeth St. and 100 Ramsey Lake Rd.
The park includes the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre, William Bell Gazebo (next to the Bell Park Main Beach), the Katherine Bell Gazebo (on the Jim Gordon Boardwalk), flowerbeds, children’s play structure, a supervised beach and washrooms (seasonal), as well as a monumental sculpture commemorating Sudbury’s mining heritage.