Atlantica Outdoor Recreation Center, 110 Steeves Street
Gray Brook Marsh Wildlife Habitat & Walking Trails. A walk along the lake on Grey Brook Marsh features an active fish ladder and dam along with a wide variety of wildlife.
Hank Braam Community Kiwanis Center, 47 Legion Street
Hillsborough Arena, 31 Mill Street – Open October through March
Hillsborough Golf Course, 443 Golf Club Road (& Hills Restaurant)
Hillsborough Mastadon – See the site where the Hillsborough Mastadon was discovered in 1936, one of the best preserved and most complete ever discovered. (remains now located in the NB Museum in Saint John, NB)
Hillsborough Outdoor Public Pool, 7 School Lane – Open Seasonally
Hillsborough Public Library, 2849 Main Street, Unit 2
Hillsborough Visitor Information Center – open seasonally
New Brunswick Railway Museum, 2847 Main Street
Petitcodiac Dykeland Trails. A pleasant stroll around an active beaver pond, and numerous duck ponds, to the dykes along the Petitcodiac river where the remnants of numerous old docks and the old gymsum silos may be viewed.
Battle of the Petitcodiac – 1755. Stroll the marshes where the Battle of the Petitcodiac was fought here on the site of the Acadian Village des Blanchards, one of the only major defeats of the British in the 7-Years war. The Monument which depicts the event can be viewed near the parking area at the Village Office / NB Railway Museum.
VOODOO Aircraft-CF 101 Voodoo Fighter Jet
On Display at the Steeves Street Parking Lot
Wetlands Nature Park. Hillsborough offers trails for all ages and showcases many natural, historic, and geological sights.
White Rock Recreational Area
Enjoy beautiful walking and mountain bike trails. Located on the Golf Club Road, just before the Hillsborough Golf Club.
Please visit https://www.facebook.com/CodiacCyclingTrails/ for more information on these trails and trail system, as well as the mandate of the Codiac Cycling Trails committee. The Village of Hillsborough is very pleased to have the Codiac Cycling Tails committee manage and maintain this trail system that provides well maintained and unique trails for all outdoor enthusiasts. To access a printable map of the White Rock Recreational Area, click here: TrailsMap
William Henry Steeves House Museum, 40 Mill Street