Nestled in the heart of downtown Uxbridge, with plenty of parking, Centennial Park is the perfect place to begin or end your visit. Just steps to the library, local shops and restaurants, the park’s greenspaces provide a beautiful backdrop to take a break after a busy day of shopping, enjoy some quiet time with a book, or have a picnic with take away from one of our incredible restaurants. 

You may also want to consider taking an easy walk along the Uxbridge Historic Trail, which starts in Centennial Park.  The Historic Trail winds through the oldest part of Uxbridge with a ‘Rotary Lookout’ deck over Elgin Pond. The feature of this trail is the series of six historical information plaques that describe Uxbridge life in “the old days” and illustrate what the town looked like, using old photographs and maps.

A hidden gem in downtown Uxbridge, Centennial Park is full of history and is a central component of the Township’s 2022 Downtown Revitalization Plan. The park is the site of the town’s original pond, used for waterpower until the late 1940’s. After the pond was reverted to a creek, the site was used as the town’s dump until it was redeveloped into a park in 1967 as a Centennial Project. 

Parking is available behind the Library on Centennial Drive, in Uxbridge.

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