Located on Kipawa Road at the corner of the bypass at the southern entrance of the town, this sporting park regroups a baseball field, a soccer field and a tennis court. The name "Parc Irwin" was given in honor of Sir William "Bill" Irwin, Témiscaming Mayor from 1956 to 1963. A monument and a commemorative plaque were set-up in his honor.
The baseball field is used by the following leagues:
- Adult softball
- Teenager softball
- Minor softball
The infield is covered with stone dust and the outfield with grass. There is also some lighting for evening games as well as two shelters; one for each team.
The soccer field does not have the regulated dimensions but it accepts friendly soccer matches.
Now located on rue Lafort, matches are being held based on a pre-determined schedule.
Come back to see this section in the spring for more details!
The tennis court gathers two grounds with an asphalted surface; the whole is enclosed and lit. No reservation is needed. It is open all summer long.