Update on Huntley Sports Fields

Update as of June 15 2020.

The City of Ottawa has announced that sports fields (including our fields in Carp) are now “open” for practice and training use, with a maximum of 10 people at one time.

Soccer – We are currently not booking the soccer fields for formal games, but people are allowed to use them informally.

Baseball – If individuals or a small group (10 or under) want to have an informal ball practice, access is available to the ball diamond beside the Mess Hall, on Craig Side Road. We would prefer people to stay off the 2 main diamonds (on the fairgrounds) as they are under construction at the moment.

Competitive play and any activity that is likely to result in individuals coming within 2 metres of each other is not be allowed.

To allow for physical distancing and to limit the spread of COVID-19, maintain a two-metre distance from others, avoid picking up someone else’s sports equipment, use hand sanitizer regularly and avoid touching your face.

Splash Pad – The City plans to open the splash pad soon, and the HCA plans to install a Porta Potty nearby at that time.

Playgrounds – Playgrounds are still closed. However, benches and picnic tables can now be used. Benches and tables are not cleaned frequently, however, so please wash your hands after using them, and be sure not to touch your face.

Transportation Survey

There are two documents available that contain some analysis of the Carp Transportation Survey held in January of 2020. This is part of the transit options study for the Carp area, begun in 2019.

The documents available are:

Facilities Temporarily Closed

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all of our facilities have been closed to the public, as directed by the City of Ottawa. We will attempt to reopen our venues and restart our programs and activities as conditions permit.

We apologize for this inconvenience.

City of Ottawa Public Health COVID-19 Information

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On March 13, this statement was issued by the City of Ottawa:

The City of Ottawa is closing all City-managed recreation and cultural facilities, and all Ottawa Public Library branches, based on the recommendation of the Ministry of Health’s guidance to limit mass gatherings.

  • All recreation and cultural facilities, including recreation complexes, community centers, arenas, swimming pools, theatres and museums will be closed, effective Monday, March 16.
  • City programs, including March break camps and fitness classes, will also be cancelled, starting Monday, as will performances at the Shenkman and Meridian Theatres. There is no need for ticketholders to call 3-1-1 as tickets will be refunded automatically. Programming and rental fee refunds will also be processed automatically. All other inquiries can be sent by email to

Accordingly, the Huntley Community Association Mess Hall building on Craig Side Road and the Outdoor Rink on Juanita Drive will be closed effective March 16

2020 Softball Program has been cancelled

Carp Winter Carnival 2020

Information and schedule now available.

Outdoor Rink Info Updated

Information about the HCA Outdoor Rink has been updated. Rental availability, schedule and rental rates are available at

Outdoor Hockey Registration

Registration for the 2019-2020 Outdoor Hockey season is now available. Click on “Outdoor Hockey” in the menu above to go to the registration information.

Christmas Parade 2019

Sponsor a Carp Decorative Christmas Basket!

The Huntley Community Association: Carp Ontario

The Huntley Community Association: Carp Ontario