Dominion Park, Milford, Randolph, Greenhead
Natural. Spacious. Falls.
Though the Milford Randolph neighbourhoods look quite rural, they are balanced with access to city conveniences. With many nature trails, Dominion Park, and spacious yards, residents of these neighbourhoods can easily enjoy the great outdoors.
Much of the homes here were built pre-1960, into the 60s. They share space with many well-known names, such as the Moosehead Brewery, Irving Pulp and Paper and the Reversing Falls, near Wolastoq Park.
The history and character of Milford Randolph is defined by lumber mills and limestone quarries. Until 1936, Milford even had a ferry service that crossed the St. John River in order to connect the mill community with the shops and businesses in the Old North End.
The boundaries and data used to define the neighbourhoods in this section are supplied by Statistics Canada as Census Tracts and may not reflect exact local area names and boundaries. Every effort has been made to include as many local names as possible.