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Caseley Park

Caseley Park is located on Honour House Court, conveniently surrounded by Riverview Town Hall, Riverview Public Library and walking trails including the Findlay Boulevard pedway.

The park is named after former mayor of Riverview Ralph Caseley. It was officially dedicated on November 11, 1992 as part of the "Peace Parks Across Canada Project" in celebration of Canada's 125th anniversary. 

Pathways guide you past the Cenotaph commemorating the Canadian Merchant Navy and through a circle of trees where a monument pays tribute to the 14 female students who were killed at Montreal's École Polytechnique on December 6, 1989. 

Within the park, you will find spectacular gardens, sheltered picnic areas, seating, open green space and the Bandstand. Visitors enjoy the park for the music and culture on display during such events as Riverview's summer concert series, movies in the park and annual festivals and special events. 

On any given day you will find individuals, groups and families enjoying time at the park.

To book Caseley Park for a wedding, photography or another purpose, please contact Anne Othen at [email protected] or call 387-2060 for details.