Welcome to Canada's largest outdoor contemporary art exhibit at Confederation Park. Sculpture Park sits on what was once an industrial site that occupied both sides of the Gananoque River. When the Jones Shovel Company ceased operation in the 1960's, the Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce developed a park which was dedicated on July 1, 1967. Over time, the Rotary Club added walks, lighting, ponds and a beautiful fountain in the centre of the river. Pack a picnic and enjoy both the Art Bank of Canada sculptures, local sculptures and the swans.