Smith Park

Smith Park was donated by the Smith Family to honour the memory of Elizabeth and Robert Smith, founders of Itaska Beach in 1934.  There is a rock path to walk through, and benches surrounding an area full of low growing junipers and other plants.
Parks in Itaska

Playground Park

Tennis Court

Professional plexipave surface. With anticipation of a busy tennis season this year, a sign-in board has been created and is posted on the side of the tennis court. There is a place for you to sign your name when you first start playing. You can also write your name down if you are waiting to play - this will allow you to leave for 20 minutes, and come back without losing your place in line!
Please wipe the board off with a clean, dry cloth.  If it becomes too dirty, a small amount of isopropyl alcohol may be used.
IMPORTANT: Tennis court net should have a bit of a bow in the net - do NOT over tighten as the crank will get stripped, and the poles will be pulled (professional tennis nets are not super tight).



Blue Pickleball lines have been added to the tennis court. There are two portable nets that can be used - one for either side of the tennis net (play the opposite direction as the tennis net).  If you wish to play tennis, the pickleball nets can be carefully lifted off to the side of the court.

Basketball Court

A plexipave surface is installed on the basketball court, making a great play area.

Beach Volleyball Court

Created in 2007 to official court size.


In 2012 a community meeting was held, to look at long term projects for Itaska Beach. One of the projects that was discussed was installing a new playground. A number of companies and designs were reviewed, and in 2016 Park N Play installed the playground. It has been designed for ages 2 - 12 years old.

There Are:

Interactive area for toddlers with mushroom slide

Apollo rotating climber

Custom Doe & Fawn climber  

Fish stairs into the tree house

Rock bench to sit and rest

Hidden animals

Expression Swing:

Promotes intergenerational play as adults and children swing together. The patented face-to-face design features a toddler swing seat for children under five and a comfortable adult swing seat that allows a parent and child (or a grandparent and grandchild) to interact with each other and to experience one another’s facial expressions while at play.

There are hopper rocks & tree stumps to play games on, slides and hours of fun.

The colours and design were chosen to fit fit within the natural setting of Itaska Beach.  The surface is EWF (Engineered Wood Fibre). The EWF is engineered just for playgrounds, although it may look like garden mulch, it performs and lasts and protects way different. EWF is non flammable, it holds the 11 foot fall height as a safety surfacing so that our children are safe to play.

It is extremely important in the Itaska Beach setting as pets and wildlife do not use it as a litter box, unlike sand or pea gravel. It is designed to support a variety of mobility devices including wheelchairs, crutches and walkers. This surface provides superior fall attenuation and has an attractive, natural look.

When the wood is first installed its loose but after about a month of play it settles and knits itself into layers to protect the children.

Engineered Wood Fibre is also all natural, no chemicals are used in the production or refining of this product, its hypo allergenic and clean.

Soccer, Football and Baseball field

Picnic tables

There are picnic tables available in the park for residents to use.

Schlosser Park

 A lovely bridge into the Audobon, with a bench to enjoy the view.


Speed limit within the buoys is 10 km / hr.

Boat Launch

The Boat Launch had wider ties installed in 2019 to assist with making it easier to launch your boat. 


That connect to neighboring Beaches, and thus the ability to bike / walk around the Lake


In order to access the tennis court, or boat launch, you will require a key. Please contact the office to receive yours, for a fee.