Having places to relax, play, and be active is important to people—so the measure of any community is the quality of parks, trails, playgrounds, and green spaces that residents have access to. In this regard, St. Stephen is thriving indeed, with an abundance of park riches. Our beautiful waterfront and newly renovated public wharf provide our residents and visitors with breathtaking, panoramic views of the St. Croix River and our neighbours in Calais.
To request a rental of one of our green spaces, please complete a rental request form, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go online to http://ca.apm.activecommunities.com/chocolatetown/ for more information.
Municipal District of St. Stephen owned playgrounds
David Alison Ganong Chocolate Park
Abbott Street Tot Lot
Elm Park Tot Lot
Anglophone South School District owned playgrounds
Milltown Elementary School
St. Stephen Elementary School
Sports fields, parks and green spaces
Sports fields open mid- to late-May, weather permitting. To prevent damage to fields, “Field Closed” signs are posted in wet conditions. If you see any issues, damage, or vandalism at our sports fields, playgrounds, or green spaces, please call the Community Services Department.
Dover Hill Park
Elm Street Nature Park
Jake Donahue Park
Riverside Drive Park
Salmon Falls Park
NOTE: We hope all residents enjoy our abundance of parks! But remember to use them responsibly. Park By-law L-1.1 prohibits using parks between sunset and one hour before sunrise; prohibits the tampering and destruction of public property; prohibits the use of motor vehicles and bicycles in all areas not designated for such usage; and also prohibits littering.