Verona Ontario Recreation

Parks and Picnic Areas

McMullen Park & Beach
McMullen Park and Beach are located on McMullen Street behind McMullen Manor. From Main St. (Road 38) turn east onto Carleton Street. Then turn right onto McMullen and follow it until you see the sign for the beach. The township offers swim lessons and day camp in July and August. For information about these programs, call 613-376-3027 ext. 299

Verona Lions Mini Park
Located 0.5 km. west on Verona Sand Road, a popular children's playground with swings, slides and climbers. Owned and maintained by the Verona Lions Club.

Portland Conservation Area on Hambley (Silver) Lake
Located just south of Verona on the east side of Road 38. Offers picnic tables and toilet facilities.

Depot Lakes Conservation Area and Campground
Depot Lakes Conservation Area is located just north of Verona. This Conservation Area is 1,214 hectares (3,000 acres) in size. Second, Third and Fourth Depot Lakes make up this Conservation Area, and offer some of the best fishing in eastern Ontario. This is our only Conservation Area that offers camping. There are 60 seasonal sites as well as 20 interior sites, thoughtfully sprinkled along the shoreline as well as on a few of the tiny islands of Second Depot Lake. Access to these is by canoe, and a few can be backpacked in from the hiking trails. All campsites have picnic tables, fire pits and outdoor privies. Quinte Conservation Camping

Boat Launches and Water Access
Boat Launch at the foot of Salmon Drive. Turn east off Road 38 onto Carleton St. and follow it straight to the water (Carleton St. becomes Salmon Drive.) There is convenient trailer parking very near the water.

Another launch at the foot of Water Street (east off Road 38). Very limited on street parking.

Sports Facilities

Tennis Court & Shuffleboard
Located on the south side of McMullen Manor next to the cemetery.

For information about local soccer or 613-530-4250

Ball Diamond
The Ball Diamond is owned and maintained by the Verona Lions Club. Located on Lions Club grounds a short distance up Verona Sand Road, west off Road 38.

For information about softball in Verona, call Mary Jo Dowker (613) 483-9126 - email:

Skating and Hockey
North Frontenac Community Arena is located less than five minutes north of Verona in Piccadilly, off Road 38, on Arena Boundary Road.

Frontenac Girl's Hockey Association (Frontenac Fury)
Frontenac Fury The Frontenac Girl's Hockey Association - Frontenac Fury provides girls the opportunity to play hockey with other girls from within their community, and the communities of Stone Mills, Gananoque, Napanee and Kingston.

Our home games are played at the North Frontenac Community Arena. We have Atom, Pee Wee, Bantam, and Midget teams, providing hockey for girls age 10 to 17.

Interested girls may contact Sue Hitchcock at, or visit the website at