Ringwood Lake Park is located on Maroondah Highway, Ringwood.
The 8.5 hectare park is used for various recreational activities and includes a lake and bridge, sound shell, mining history display, playground with accessible equipment, a liberty swing, picnic shelters and barbecues, a walking circuit that is approximately 1.1km long and bushland.
Ringwood Lake Park also has a Changing Places bathroom as part of its public toilet facilities.
The playground features a network of play trails that weaves through the existing trees, linking all areas of the playspace with active play opportunities, in the tree canopy, under the canopy trail, along the forest floor as well as a creek area for water and sand play.
Features include track glides, rope courses and balance platforms, as well as natural play elements such as sand and water areas, which allow creative play for all abilities, including cubbies and animal sculptures to fuel children’s imaginations.
There are five disabled car parking bays that can be accessed from the Maroondah Highway entrance. The disabled parking bays are connected to the playspace via an accessible path. The Maroondah Highway entrance only offers access to the disabled parking bays.
General parking can be accessed from the entrance on Mt Dandenong Road.
Dogs on leash