Tom Kelley Memorial Park

Tom Kelley Memorial Park is a place for the whole family. The imaginative play structure and swings made from tree trunks and roots are one-of-a-kind, climb-on artful play structures. The slide, net, fireman’s pole and climbing rings are installed in a whimsical wooden structure that prompts imaginative play. Sheltered by a state-of-the-art sun shade, this is the perfect place to play in the sun, rain or snow.

It’s great spot to spread out family picnic while the kids pedal in the pump park, practice soccer skills on the mini-field, or create their own games. Parking, a vault toilet and a garbage receptacle are maintained for public convenience. 

Every Halloween, the local residents gather for a bonfire and treats. Watch for details in the community.

Take our word for it; Tom Kelley Memorial Park is the place to go in the Blaeberry.

Park Location

If you are driving southeast on the Trans-Canada Highway, turn left onto Hartley Road. After 2.7 km, turn left onto Golden Donald Upper Road. After 4.8 km, Golden Donald Upper Road turns into Oberg Johnson Road. The park will be on your left-hand side. If you have reached Short Road, you have gone too far.

Address: 1703 Oberg Johnson Rd