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Walter Baker Park Pond

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This pond is behind the tobaggan hill. The park is beside the Kanata Recreation Centre and Ron Maslin Playhouse. There are water ponds and gazebos nearby as well as a toboggan hill. Lately the grounds have also been used for July 1st celebrations.

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