Combining a sports destination with a family fun packed park, RBJ Schlegel Park is worth a visit soon!

On this page:

  1. About RBJ Schlegel Park
  2. Location
  3. Parking
  4. Washrooms
  5. Park features
  6. Future phases
  7. Our partners

About RBJ Schlegel Park

RBJ Schlegel Park has:

  • two soccer fields (available to book)
  • multi-purpose turf sportsfield
  • sports courts, including a cricket pitch
  • separate junior and senior play areas
  • sand play area
  • splashpad
  • outdoor exercise area


Address: 1664 Huron Road (beside Kitchener Fire Station 7)

Get directions on Google Maps


Free parking is available within the park off Huron Road.


There are no washrooms available at RBJ Schlegel Park. Portable washrooms are available as work on permanent facilities is being completed.

There are no washrooms available over winter.

Park features

RBJ Schlegel Park is home to these amenities:

  • playground
  • sand play area
  • artificial turf fields
  • natural turf field
  • splashpad
  • cricket pitch
  • outdoor fitness equipment
  • pickleball, tennis and basketball courts

The turf fields are open for booking.

These accessibility features are available at RBJ Schlegel Park:

  • partially rubberized play surface
  • accessible swing seat
  • accessible sand digger
  • saucer swing
  • inclusive accessible playground spinner
  • accessible, universal, gender neutral washrooms
  • accessible picnic tables and seating

Future phases

Phase two outdoor amenities have opened and are available to use. The on-site washroom and change facility within the heritage building remains under construction during the 2023 season. Temporary washrooms remain available during this time. Visit our park development page to learn more and to see videos of construction.

Take a look at the overall plan and phasing plan for the park.

Our partners

RBJ Schlegel Park would not have been made possible without the collective effort of community and government partners.

A $2.3 million investment from RBJ Schlegel, a local company involved in seniors care and urban development, is the largest sponsorship agreement in the City of Kitchener’s history. 

RBJ Schlegel Park’s green infrastructure was made possible thanks to a $750,000 investment from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program funded by the Government of Canada.