Centennial Park

Located in the city centre, this 94-hectare park offers year-round activities that can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.

Centennial Park features a mix of lush forest and open recreational spaces. Gravel and paved trails are popular with hikers and cyclists as well as parents with strollers. Summertime offers swimming, an accessible splash park, picnic and playground facilities. Winter visitors enjoy skating, snowshoeing, tobogganing and skiing along Eastern Canada’s longest lit cross-country ski trail. Dog lovers will find forested dog parks for large and small dogs. Centennial Park hosts annual festivals and is also home to Rocky Stone Field, the Moncton Lawn Bowling Club, Tennis Moncton, TreeGO® aerial adventure course and Camp Centennial, a privately-operated summer camp for kids.

  • Accessible Playground
  • Basketball Courts
  • Bike Racks
  • Centennial Rotary Lodge
  • Dog Park
  • Mixed-Terrain Trails
  • Park Benches
  • Parking
  • Picnic Area with BBQs
  • Playground
  • Tennis Courts


Playground swings, slides and climbing nets are safe for toddlers and school-age children. In summer, the accessible SuperSplash Park keeps kids cool with a giant tipping bucket, spray jets and other water features. Walking trails lead to picnic areas, an outdoor swimming pool (under construction) and basketball courts are also available. Winter offers skating, snowshoeing, tobogganing and cross-country skiing.

Other Highlights

  • Accessible SuperSplash Park (Seasonal)
  • Camp Centennial (Seasonal)
  • Canteen (Seasonal)
  • Centennial Beach (Under construction - Open 2019)
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Lawn Bowling
  • Rocky Stone Sports Field
  • Skating
  • Snowshoeing
  • Swim Changing Facilities (Under construction - Open 2019)
  • Tobogganing
  • TreeGO® Aerial Adventure Course (Seasonal)
  • Washrooms (Seasonal)


The recreation areas by-law prohibits the use of parks outside of the designated hours of operation. Littering, hunting, overnight camping and use of motorized vehicles on trails are also prohibited. Permits are also required to host festivals and events at any municipal recreational space.
BY-LAW H-302