Further east along the Rideau Canal, tulip beds can be found in sight of the Bank Street Bridge, by the pond that is linked to the Canal. You've seen the pond from time to time in shots I've taken from there. Here's the view of the bridge.
The tulips in these beds are not as densely organized as those at Dow's Lake, but they are pretty. When I photographed them, blossoms from spring trees had fallen around them and into the water.
Here at the west end of the pond we have the other set.
Two ducks were resting nearby in the grass.