Recreation Facilities

A list of Town, Partnership and Privately operated recreation facilities.

Town Operated

Ball Fields – click here

Our Recreation Department has fields that are available for use. These fields include the Little Lions and Senior Lions field at Lions Field and the Softball field at RVMS. These fields are scheduled for use the week after the Victoria Day weekend each year, weather permitting.

Big Paw Little Paw Dog Park – click here

The Town’s Dog Park is located at 319 Highland Road in Grand Bay-Westfield, and is open daily from dawn to dusk. There is a small dog area for dogs under 30 lbs and a large dog area for dogs over 30 lbs. The Dog Park rules are posted at the entrance. Dog owners/handlers are legally responsible for their dogs and any injuries caused by their dogs.

Splash Pad – click here

The Splash Pad is a unsupervised public user water feature that is open seasonly with public washrooms / change rooms on site. There is a public gazebo for shade and picnic tables.

Tailwhip Park – click here

Tailwhip Park is an unsupervised youth park with a mini skate park and 3 on 3 basketball court located at 741 River Valley Drive next to the River Valley Community Centre (arena) and the River Valley Middle School.

Partnership Facilities

River Valley Community Center – click here

Our River Valley Community Center opened in 1996 after a successful fundraising campaign. Since then, it’s been more than just an ice surface—it’s a safe, fun, recreational facility for all ages that serves our local community. The center offers room rentals for birthday parties, showers, dances, fundraising events, children’s programs, and is home to the licensed Early Learning and Childcare Centre and much more.

Privately Operated

Nature Preserve at Blueberry Hill – click here

The Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve is an environmentally sensitive area located along the shore of the St. John River. This 50-acre property was acquired from the Province of New Brunswick in 2010 by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick with access to the property via River Valley Drive at Station Street in Grand Bay-Westfield. The main sign for the Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve is located on River Valley Drive at Station Street. Just look for the blueberry symbol signage—it will direct you along Bayview Road to the main parking area at Shannon Road.

Westfield Golf & Country Club – click here

Nestled on the slopes of the St. John River Valley, Westfield Golf & Country Club has long been regarded as New Brunswick’s most scenic golf course. With spectacular views of Kennebecasis Island, Crowley Mountain, Sunset Valley, and the Nerepis Hills, it is no surprise.