Things To Do

Brundage Point River Centre

The Brundage Point River Centre in Grand Bay-Westfield is surrounded by water on three sides and offers ample green space for summer walks and picnics.

4 Ferry Road
Grand Bay-Westfield, NB
Phone: (506) 738-6400
Fax: (506) 738-6424

“When I drive home at the end of the week I feel a real sense of relaxation arriving in Grand Bay-Westfield, like I’ve left behind all of the kafuffle.”

 – Trish Dunham, Dental Assistant


Boating and Sailing

The Town of Grand Bay-Westfield is located on the section of waterway which gave rise to the St. John River’s early nickname, “Rhine of North America.” It includes Grand Bay, where the waters of the St. John and Kennebecasis rivers come together to flow out through the Reversing Falls. Prominent features are the sandbars of Brandy Point and Oak Point and the confluence of the Nerepis at the base of the Long Reach, leading to the hidden beauty of Belleisle Bay.

Situated on the banks of the St. John River the Brundage Point River Centre is a gateway to the newly designated Trans Canada Trail Water Route. As part of the Lower River Passage the Brundage Point River Centre offers visitors free river access via a double boat ramp and dock, free use of its visitor boat dock, and five overnight boat moorings.


Westfield Golf & Country Club

The Westfield Golf & Country Club is an 18-hole golf course with scenic views overlooking the St. John River. The Par 69 layout has a long-standing reputation of being one of New Brunswick’s most challenging courses. Westfield Golf & Country Club offers home-style cooking in our licensed dining room or patio overlooking the 18th green. Tee time reservations can be booked 24 hours in advance by calling (506) 757-2907. We have a fully stocked Pro Shop offering club rental, pull carts, power carts, and instruction by our CPGA Professional. “New Brunswick’s most scenic golf course, overlooking the St. John River”.

8 Golf Club Road
Grand Bay-Westfield, NB
E5K 3C8
Office: (506) 757-2250
Tee times: (506) 757-2907
Pro Shop: (506) 757-2907


Grand Bay-Westfield Dog Park

The Grand Bay-Westfield Dog Park is a 1 acre fenced area located at 319 Highland Road, Grand Bay-Westfield.

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 dog and any injuries caused by their dog. Use of the park is at your own risk. The Grand Bay-Westfield Dog Park is open dawn to dusk, unless otherwise posted or advertised.


Grand Bay-Westfield Splash Pad

The Grand Bay-Westfield Splash Pad is open from mid-June to mid-September each season. It is located at 37 Epworth Park Road, Grand Bay-Westfield. The Splash Pad is unsupervised and it is open daily from 10:00 am – 8:00 pm during the season.


Sunrise Play Park

The Sunrise Play Park is an inclusive, family-focused indoor Play Park that is located at 20 MacDonald Avenue, Grand Bay-Westfield. This bright and welcoming space is designed for children aged 1-12. It offers a toddler play space, fixed play equipment for older children, a cafe, and eating area as well as fully accessible washrooms.

This space operates from the first of October to the end of May and gives children in the area an exciting place to play during the chilly winter months.  For more information:

Our website:
Call: (506) 738-9668


Wize Guys

Wize Guys is your community’s favourite place to play, relax, and have fun. We feature a comfortable atmosphere and first-class billiard tables. It’s the perfect gathering place for friends, colleagues, and fellow pool player.

3701-104 Westfield Rd.
Saint John, NB
E2M 7T4
Phone: (506) 738-8177
Fax: (506) 738-820


Welsford Golf Course

Welsford Golf Course is an affordable, friendly, 18-hole public golf course, nestled in the valley of the Douglas Mountain Range along the Nerepis River. Welsford Golf Course offers both 9 hole and 18 hole rounds of golf, out of the fog belt, where the sun usually shines. Memberships are available at Welsford Golf Course and company and group golf outings are welcome.

1750 Route # 7
Welsford, NB
Ph: (506) 486-2217


Westfield Beach

The Westfield Beach is an unsupervised freshwater beach that has been a popular local swimming and sunbathing area for generations. It offers a small picnic area with a shelter and picnic tables. Parking is located at the Brundage Point River Centre. The Westfield Beach is located at the end of Ferry Rd., left of the Westfield Ferry.


Municipal Heritage Trail

The 13.5 km Municipal Heritage Trail links our arena, service clubs, local schools, parks, ball fields, restaurants, shopping, Visitor Information Centre, beaches, and boating. Interpretative signs and photos celebrate our history displayed behind easy-to-read lexan panels that show you where you are at all points along the trail. The trail is designed to blend with the natural setting while offering clean, quality picnic tables and comfortable benches at the scenic kiosks. Walk, run, bike, or drive the Grand Bay-Westfield Heritage Trail.


Tennis Courts

3 public asphalt tennis courts with picnic shelters and tables.
Corner of Pamdenec Road and Inglewood Drive.


Tailwhip Park

Tailwhip Park is an unsupervised youth park located at 741 River Valley Drive next to the River Valley Community Centre (Arena) and the River Valley Middle School. The River Valley Track and softball field are also nearby, creating a nice recreation cluster of facilities to help keep residents active and healthy. The permitted uses at Tailwhip Park are Skateboarding, BMX Biking, Basketball and Ball Hockey. Tailwhip Park is open every day until 10:00 pm during the summer, spring and fall but closed in winter.

The Lower River Passage

The Lower River Passage, the southern part of the placid and historic St. John River, meanders 130 kilometres (80 miles) from the port city of Saint John, up through rolling hills, and along pastoral landscapes, including the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield, until it reaches Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital city.

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