One of the most important needs in our community is a one-stop-shop for large-scale events and gatherings. The Wesley Clover Parks and the RBC Festival Field answer that need!
With close to 500 acres of wide-open space, Wesley Clover Parks is primarily an outdoor venue offering diverse landscapes for event organizers to create unique, and most importantly safe, experiences for their guests. Whether you are looking for intimate tree-filled setting or open space with ample parking, Wesley Clover Parks provides a venue for athletic events, drive-in and drive-through experiences, large-scale gatherings and beyond. Our professionally engineered RBC Festival Field and stage pad is also equipped to support stages, stadium seating and other infrastructure.
The Color Vibe, BADASS Dash, RBC Race For the Kids and Drive-In Experience Ottawa have made Wesley Clover Parks their home in the past. The first large-scale headliner to use our venue was country music star Shania Twain, with a single-performance concert attended by more than 21,000 people. Since then, the site has hosted talented artists such as Deadmau5, The Reklaws, The Sheepdogs, Big Wreck and The Trews.
The Covid-19 pandemic has presented many challenges for event organizers across the globe. Wesley Clover Parks and our many programming partners have collaborated with the City of Ottawa and relevant industry associations to successfully reopen with strict Covid-19 protocols in place that have ensured the safety of all involved, while also allowing events to run uninterrupted. As we all move forward discovering new ways to overcome present challenges, our team will work with you to ensure our park is a safe space for you, your team and guests to enjoy remarkable events!
Ticks are most often-found in forests and wooded areas but they can also live in shrubs, tall grass and leaves. By taking precautions you can enjoy the great outdoors! Visit http://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/lyme-disease.aspx for more information about ticks and preventing Lyme disease.