Lansdowne Park

From BR Bullpen

Lansdowne Park is located on the banks of the Rideau Canal, near downtown Ottawa, ON. It is a large recreational area that includes the fairgrounds used by the annual Eastern Ontario Agricultural Exhibition (better known as the Ex) and the present Frank Claire Stadium, used for Canadian football and soccer, and the Ottawa Civic Center, home of the Ottawa 67's junior hockey team and the original home of the NHL's Ottawa Senators from 1992 to 1995.

The baseball park was demolished when the current football stadium was built in the early 1960s, but served as the home of Ottawa Senators (1912-15), 1924 Ottawa-Hull Senators and the Ottawa Nationals in the 1940s and 1950s, among other teams. The park also hosted two home games in 1898 for the Ottawa Wanderers before the team moved to the Metropolitan Grounds.