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Community Parks

Moncton is blessed with a variety of parks, ranging from the sprawling, multi-purpose parks to playgrounds designed for active play, as well as a host of small passive neighborhood green spaces that provide a welcome summer relief from the brick and asphalt of modern living. These green areas are developed and maintained by the City of Moncton's Parks & Leisure Services. Please contact the department at (506) 853-3516 for further information on our city’s many community parks.

Passive Parks

Bessborough Park, 135 hedgewood Drive
Bonaccord Park, Bonaccord and John Streets
Bore Park, Bendview Court
Brentwood Park, 150 Brentwood Drive 
Garden Hill Park, 20 Garden Hill Avenue 
Gérald-LeBlanc Park, 655 Main Street
Jubilee Park, 1 Jubilee Avenue
MacAleese Park, MacAleese Lane and Queen Mary Road
McSweeney Park, 250 McSweeney Avenue
Sommet Art Park, St. George at Botsford Street
Victoria Park, Weldon at John Street

The City is also home to a number of community playgrounds, some of which feature splashparks in the summer months and outdoor rinks in the winter months.