With a recognized Canadian course and a challenging nine-hole executive layout, Glen Arbour is first and foremost a golf community. But opportunities abound for different kinds fun and exercise, summer and winter.
Walking the many trails and pathways through the community is at the top of the list for many residents.
Our new double tennis court is also laid out for pickleball, the fastest-growing sport in the community and an activity that's also enjoyed year-round at several indoor locations in the area.
A horseshoe pitch, bocce ball pad and shuffleboard court are located beside the children's playground, stocked with all necessary equipment.
Others enjoy swimming, fishing and kayaking in the lakes. Rumours abound about the bass!
Glen Arbour homeowners tend to be avid gardeners, taking particular pride in home and property. Many are also members of local gyms and fitness centres.
And if enjoying a great meal is "recreation", the Deerfield Pub is there for the enjoyment of golfers and residents -- especially on the patio overlooking "18" beside Sandy Lake.