Parks & Playgrounds


141 James Renforth Drive

Renforth Rotary Park was established in 1993 with a partnership between the Village of Renforth and the Rotary Club of Rothesay Kings in memory of Donald Flaglor MacGowan and the Paris Crew. In 2014 a major renovation was done to the park with funds provided by Rothesay and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. The upgrade included a new retaining wall, boardwalk, lighthouse restoration and new plant material. Renforth Rotary Park also includes a fully accessible playground that was installed in 2011.

Drop by and enjoy the beautiful views, have a picnic, go for a swim at the beach, launch your boat, participate in our Sunset Yoga summer sessions, go for a skate or catch a smelt at one of the ice fishing shacks. Renforth Rotary Park is truly a 4 season amenity!

Amenities: Lifeguarded beach, boat launch, wharf and swimming raft, playground, greenspace, benches, washroom available seasonally, and the iconic Rothesay Renforth Lighthouse.


2602 Rothesay Road

ERK Park is located in the former community of East Riverside-Kingshurst and is a beautiful riverside area that encompasses a large green space with a perimeter walking trail. The park provides stunning views of Kennebecasis River and is a popular spot for walkers and photographers. Visit our Trails page for a detailed map of East Riverside-Kingshurst Park:

Amenities: Washrooms available year-round, accessible trail, sheltered picnic tables, benches, trails, and community bulletin board.


24 Gondola Point Road

Located in the heart of Rothesay, the Rothesay Common is a community gem that is used all year round. Featuring multiple large green spaces, basketball courts, playground, Sculpture Saint John’s the Arc by Jo Kley, Cenotaph, and in the wintertime the Rothesay Common Ice Surface. The Rothesay Common Skate House has two accessible washrooms and space to put on skates. The Rothesay Common was voted as the 2016 “People’s Choice Public Space” in the Great Places in Canada contest. The Rothesay Common is home to many special community events throughout the year, including: Canada Day, Concert in the Common, Mayor’s Tree Lighting, Winter Carnival, and special skating events throughout Fundy Winterfest.

Amenities: Washrooms available all year round, playground, basketball courts, greenspaces, benches, and ice surface.


8 Ricketts Lane

Jordan Miller Park is located in what is known as “old Fairvale”. The Park was named in memory of Jordan Miller, past Mayor of Fairvale. The park provides a large green space, tennis court, basketball court, beach, and a playground for citizens to enjoy.


401 NB Route 111

Bi-Centennial Park is home to a baseball field, trails, and Rothesay’s Native Tree Arboretum. Visit our Trails page for a detailed map of Bi-Centennial Park:


75 French Village Road

Wells Recreation Park is host to many outdoor recreation activities, from hiking, biking, softball, baseball, soccer, basketball, tennis, pickleball, cross-country and skate skiing, snowshoeing, and more! Now with the new Wells Community Centre building that serves as a hub for recreation, learning, and social activities for residents of all ages. During the summertime, kids aged 5-12 can enjoy all the beauty of this park by attending the Rothesay Playground Program. Dog owners can enjoy a fenced in dog park for off-leash fun, however, please have your dog on a leash in all other parts of the park. Visit our Trails page for a detailed map of Wells Recreation Park:

Amenities: Washrooms available all year round, dog park, trails, sheltered picnic tables, groomed trails for cross-country and skate skiing, softball diamond, baseball diamond, soccer field, tennis court (with pickleball lines), basketball court, benches, and playground.

Facility Booking: Want to rent the Wells Community Centre for your next event? Visit our Recreation Facilities page for more information:


12 Scribner Crescent

Scribner Park is home to a playground and the Scribner Park Community Garden that opened during the spring of 2014. Interested in renting a garden plot, visit our Scribner Park Community Garden page for more information.


8 Steele Street

Mr. John H. Steele and Mrs. Margaret E. Steele conveyed 20 acres of land to Rothesay for a public memorial park. This natural park honors John Steele’s late mother, Ethel B. Steele and late uncle, Arthur J. Kennedy.

The park gives citizens the opportunity to enjoy a one-kilometer loop walking trail, trees, gardens, flora and other vegetation and provides a direct link to the Arthur Miller Fields, Rothesay Pickleball Courts, and Rothesay Elementary School. Visit our Trails page for a detailed map of Steele Kennedy Nature Park:


42 Cameron Road

The Stuart Dobbin Memorial Park is a small memorial park with a trail and bench.


43 Wharf Road

Anniversary Park is a small greenspace located on the waterfront near the Rothesay Yacht Club.


Islay Drive
40 Islay Drive

Monaco Drive
75 Monaco Drive

Eriskay Drive
116 Eriskay Drive

Scribner Cresent
12 Scribner Crescent

Dobbin Street
25 Dobbin Street

Donlyn Drive
2 Chinook Lane


K-Park Elementary School
10 Broadway Street

This Playground also includes a Beach Volleyball Court that is available for public use seasonally.

Rothesay Elementary School
230 Eriskay Drive

Fairvale Elementary School
15 School Avenue

Ultimate Dreamland Playground


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