Parks & Recreation
Parks and Recreation Committee Application
- Published: January 17, 2019, 4:16 pm
Are you a Bible Hill resident who is interested in influencing local recreation opportunities?
The Village of Bible Hill is looking for nominations to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. The committee meets monthly on a Tuesday evening, and position terms are for 2 year. The committee makes recommendations to the Commission on everything from new programs, park and trail development, to the pricing for day camps.
If you would like to view the Parks and Recreation Commitee Application and Policy, click here.
- Published: January 8, 2019, 12:57 pm
Rec Park Night Hike
Meet at the Bible Hill Recreation Park at 7PM on Friday, January 18th for this fun night hike along the Salmon River.
A nearly full moon should provide lots of light but bring a flashlight if you wish. Dress for the weather, this hike will happen snow or shine.
Family friendly. To reserve snow shoes, please call (902) 893-8083.
Valentine's Day Snow Shoe
Meet at the Village Court Trailhead at 10AM on Thursday, February 14th for this relaxing Valentine’s day hike along Farnham brook.
There are a few hills and the trail will likely be snowcovered, but this trail is otherwise suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Dress for the weather, this hike will happen snow or shine. Family friendly.To reserve snow shoes, please call (902) 893-8083.
Holiday Events in Bible Hill 2018
- Published: November 19, 2018, 2:51 pm
Check out Action on the Hill - this year's upcoming Christmas events in Bible Hill are listed!
2018 Canada Day
- Published: May 21, 2018, 10:01 am
Come join the parade!! Entry forms are available at the Village Office or by downloading the attached document! If you have any questions, please call the Village Office 902-893-8083.
Recreation Open House - Thursday, May 31st, 2018
- Published: May 11, 2018, 3:53 pm
The Village of Bible Hill will be holding an Open House on Thursday, May 31st from 6pm – 8pm regarding existing small parks and the potential development of them.
The Village has many small parks, many of which have no development beyond benches and regular mowing. The Village would like input on these parks, especially from community members who resided in close proximity to them.
The Village Office Commission Chambers will have several stations set up with maps focused around various parks. Parks and Recreation Committee Members will be at stations to take notes on comments around how parks are maintained currently, and what changes are suggested. There will also be several potential projects available for community feedback.
Projects currently under consideration:
Farnham Rd Park: There is potential to create a toboggan hill at Farnham Rd Park. While there would be no parking available, it is walkable for many families in nearby subdivisions.
Scenic Drive: A Community Garden could be built at the Scenic Drive Park, with a source of water and a fence to protect it from deer.
Armstrong Park: Armstrong could be another location for a community garden, or it could be a site for a small basketball court or pump track (For children’s scooters or small bikes) to be used by local children.
If you are interested in giving feedback on our small parks, please consider attending our open house to both learn more about our existing facilities and give feedback on their future development.