Andrew W. Pate Park

85 Viscount Road, Brantford

Andrew W. Pate Park is a small sized neighbourhood park, 3.7 acres in size. There are two entrances, one from Viscount Road and the other from the trail system along Powerline Road. This park was recently renovated and includes many features such as:

  • bike rack
  • inclusive playground equipment
  • half-court basketball court
  • paved asphalt path
  • outdoor ice-skating rink (seasonal)
  • sand play area with benches
  • small grass soccer field
  • stone dust trail leading to the Brantford trail system
  • swings including an accessbile seat
  • wood mulch playground surface

Following the trail from the park to Powerline Road and along Powerline Road to Wayne Gretzky Parkway, you can make it all the way to Colborne Street.

If you are looking for a place to volunteer, Neighbourhood Associations (NA) are always looking for more help. The NA of this park is the Branlyn NA. Call us for more info.

6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
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To ensure the health and safety of all park and playground users, the City asks that users respect and adhere to the following requirements and guidelines:

  • Physical distance by remaining 2 metres (6 feet) apart from others outside of your social circle at all times
  • If the park is crowded, please delay your visit or consider using another park/amenity until children can use the playground equipment safely while physically distancing
  • Municipalities are not required to clean or disinfect playground equipment regularly. Please be aware of risks, use proper hand hygiene, do not touch your face while on playground structures and do not share sports equipment or toys.
  • Children and adults should wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and/or sanitize hands BEFORE and AFTER using the playground. Be especially vigilant after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
  • Wearing face coverings on outdoor playground equipment is not required under the City’s Face Coverings By-law. Should a face covering be opted for by parents/caregivers for children to wear when using playgrounds, caregivers should monitor the placement of face covering during play and re-adjust if needed.
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