The boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's longest-serving Prime Minister. The house has been restored to the Victorian style of the 1890's.
City of Cambridge
Riverside Park is Cambridge’s largest community park at 102 Hectares. There are a multitude of things to do: you can take a hike along one of the community trails, take in a ball/soccer game, or play on one of its many playground structures. The park also contains a number of picnic areas which can be reserved (for a nominal fee) for your family/group. If your organization is interested in using one of Riverside’s playing fields, please contact us for a “Playing Field Request Form” found on the park’s website. This form is required to be completed prior to booking your field. To check the availability of specific fields, associated costs, and further details on reserving picnic sites, please contact: 519-740-4681
Riverside Park has four reservable picnic sites (two with covered shelters); a number of softball diamonds with lights; two baseball diamonds, one with lights, grandstand and snack bar, as well as a number of lighted soccer fields. There are tennis courts, washrooms and a children’s spray pad. This park truly does meet all the needs that you would have when visiting a community park.