The Town of Upper Island Cove provides a variety of recreational programs and facilities to the public and community groups. Our Parks and Recreation department strives to help you find ways to enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.
Our Sports Complex is located at the entrance of our beautiful town and is the home of our Conception Bay North Bulldogs baseball program. The ball field is a state-of-the-art facility able to host both baseball and softball games/tournaments. It is equipped with lighting to accommodate nighttime play, it has a clubhouse equipped with washroom facilities, a score clock, bleachers, scorekeepers box, and a playground for children. It also has a paved .5km walking track.
The Community Center, located on 68 Back Road in Upper Island Cove, is a fully functional facility for all sporting events and special events. If you would like to book the gym or one of our party rooms, please contact Roxanne at email@example.com or (709) 589-2759.
Parks & Playgrounds
The town of Upper Island Cove provides a variety of Parks and Playgrounds for all ages. The Parks and Recreation Association oversees all parks and playgrounds. Parks and Playgrounds are inspected regularly.
Located next to the Community Center, this public garden officially opened in 2012 and provides a quiet, green space for residents and visitors to sit at and enjoy a picnic
Robert John Clarke Community Garden
Located at the corner of Back Road and Spoon Cove Road, the Robert John Clarke Community Garden was officially opened July 2021 and serves as a beautiful green space for residents and visitors to our Town as well as host to the Firefighters Memorial Site.
St. Peter’s Public Park
Located on Pinch Road behind St. Peter’s Elementary School, St. Peter’s Public Park offers a playground and soccer area and overlooks the ocean. Stay tuned for more announcements for this area.
Ringwood Crescent Community Garden
Located in Ringwood Crescent Subdivision, our Community Garden is home to 15 vegetable beds and a beautiful green space with benches and picnic tables.
Shoreline Heritage Walk
The Shoreline Heritage Walk begins at the Robert John Clarke Community Garden, located across the road from our Community Center, and ends down at the Long Shore Lookout, located at the end of Meadow Road. This walk takes in the sites, tranquility and the fresh, salty air as you make your way through our Community. There are storyboards along the way that mark special places from our past.
‘Long Shore Lookout and Walking Trail
Located at the end of Meadow Road, the ‘Long Shore Lookout provides ocean views of the Shoreline Walking Trail, a 1.5 km, lightly trafficked trail. This trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking and walking. Take a seat on one of our benches along the way to take in the view.
Linda Adams – Chairperson
Parks and Recreation Association
Telephone: (709) 589-2671