Home to our Community Garden, Maple Street Park also offers a variety of walking trails as well as an easily accessible Orchard Pathway that winds around the garden and the growing fruit orchard. There is also an outdoor skating rink, as well as pet waste disposal stations on hand for dog owners to enjoy outdoor experiences with their furry friends.
Located in Maple Street Park, the Community Garden connects neighbours through gardening/food knowledge and inclusion. To reserve a ground plot or raised box bed, call Karen at 756-8224 or Cathy at 756-2068.
The perfect outdoor winter activity for adults and children alike, the outdoor skating rink in Maple Street Park is fun for everyone. Weather dependant; follow Petitcodiac Happenings for updates on when the ice is ready to enjoy.
Not far from the Petitcodiac Regional School, the Community Pool is a wonderful place for children to learn how to swim. With a playground on the other side of the chainlink fence, parents can easily entertain their little ones while siblings are in lessons and still see their child's first leap off the high diving board.
Home of the Petitcodiac Flyers hockey team, the Petitcodiac Arena hosts a variety of events all year round. From open skate, skating lessons, and hockey programs for both youth and adults in the winter, to craft sales and fundraisers in the summer. For public skating hours, please check out our Winter Activities page. For information on local hockey programs, follow the Petitcodiac Salisbury Minor Hockey Club.
Equestrian enthusiats thrive at our county fairgrounds. Draft horse pulls, ATV pulls, light horse shows and our annual agricultural fair create many opportunities for members of our community to get together and have a good time. If you would like to keep track of events taking place on the grounds, follow the Westmorland County Ag Fair Facebook page.
Located in the heart of the Elgin Community, Elgin Eco Park boasts a beautiful new playground proudly constructed by volunteers of the Elgin Eco Association as well as a lovely Heritage garden and an outdoor skating rink.
Built by the Elgin Eco Associtaion (EEA), this 3 km nature preserve trail is marked by blue diamonds and is of moderate difficulty, with an additional 0.5 km loop of increased difficulty. Open all year long, snowshoes or ice-grippers are recommended during the winter season. The trail is maintained by Elgin Eco Association volunteers and more information can be found on the group website.