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Canadian Lakes includes about 2000 acres of common property. There are 85-90 designated park spaces, although only few are developed. Most neighborhood parks are undeveloped at this time. In the northern part of the development, known as Lost Canyon, there are many parcels of park land. Some of that park land is in ravines between ridges where there are platted home sites. The Building and Grounds department (231-972-7651) can help you identify dedicated park land in your neighborhood.

Alpine Haus/Castle/Highland Haus Complex on Belle Isle Drive
This area begins at a sand beach and boat launch on Lake of the Clouds and extends north to the Castle and Highlands Golf Course. In addition to the Castle, the Alpine Haus and Highland Haus are located in this area. There are tennis courts, shuffleboard, a playground, green space, driving range, and a skating rink in the winter.
Greenwood Park on Clubhouse Drive East
This small, flat waterfront park offers a practice golf hole. There is currently no sign on this park which is located at the junction of the south end of Taylors Turn and Clubhouse Drive East.
Highland Beach Park on West Royal Road
This large area features woods, steep hills, wetlands, and green space, tennis court and basketball court, boat docking, and Ĺ mile of shoreline along the northwest arm of the Main Canadian Lake.
Lost Canyon Park on Cheyenne Wells Trail
Lost Canyon Park features extensive green space, woods, and two tennis courts on the shores of Lost Canyon Lake.
Pines Park on Pierce Road at West Royal Road
The Pines Park with extensive green space includes a sand beach with a covered shelter and picnic tables, an outdoor pool, playground, pavilion with picnic tables and grills, horseshoe pits, and boat docking. It is adjacent to the Pines Golf Course, the Main Canadian Lake boat launch, and the CLPOC Office.
Royal Clubhouse/ Lake Laura Beach on Seven Mile Road at Clubhouse Drive East.


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