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Walter Baker Park Pond
Canada
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.
Copyright: Walter Arksey
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