Commissioners Park

4.56 Votes Currently Open
  • Address: corner of Preston Street & Queen Elizabeth Drive, Ottawa, Canada
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-8448788333
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

Commissioners Park is a beautiful park located beside Dow's Lake. This park is renowned as a tulip park. This region has the highest density of tulip flowers and every year the famous tulip festival is organized in this place. There are plenty of shaded areas and benches to sit down and relax. The park has a specified path for bikers. This facility is clean and well maintained. There is a statue in this place which depicts the freedom of Netherlands as Canadian soldiers played a pivotal part in the liberation process. The large open space, the beautiful views of tulip flowers and the family-friendly ambience make this park a perfect place to enjoy a picnic with your family.

How to Reach Commissioners Park

  • Bus 56, 101 & 103 to stop- Carling/ Booth

  • Commissioners Park Address: corner of Preston Street & Queen Elizabeth Drive, Ottawa, Canada
  • Commissioners Park Contact Number: +1-8448788333
  • Commissioners Park Timing: 24-hrs
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  • 0.33% of people who visit Ottawa include Commissioners Park in their plan

  • 75% of people start their Commissioners Park visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Commissioners Park

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Commissioners Park

People normally club together Sparks Street and National Gallery Of Canada while planning their visit to Commissioners Park.

People also prefer to start their day with Commissioners Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Commissioners Park Reviews & Ratings

  • The tulip festival in early Spring is sure to please the eye and nose. Summer at commissioners is full of the smell of flowers and plenty of shade cast by large deciduous trees. The same deciduous trees erupt into various brilliant yellows, reds, and oranges in the Fall, a picturesque Canadian landscape. Winter is just as lovely with, at times, a mainly undisturbed blanket of snow.

  • At the end of little Italy is this park. Surrounding a large lake. To just sit and watch the sun set and people cycle by can be such a pleasure. Definitely take a book and a coffee to just chill here.

  • Gorgeous year round gardens, peaceful and shady for walking and bench sitting. The tulips are always gorgeous, but the NCC maintains annuals in all of the beds. A lovely place to walk.

  • One of most beautiful parks in Ottawa. It does have flower beds, nice walk trails, and lovely view on Dow's lake. My only take is there's not enough parking spaces.

  • A pretty boring park with little to do but stroll along pathways. No points of interest beyond some flowers here and there. I counted 4 water fountains there yesterday and all four were broken with "sorry for the inconvenience" signs posted on boxes which covered them. It's been this way for years, yet NCC can erect a brand new super-sign telling patrons how much pride they take in managing the park. Don't bother with this place.

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