Harry Hays, Canadian politician, founded Haysboro in 1958. The community is bordered by Southland Dr SW to the south, 14th Street SW to the west, Heritage Dr SW to the north, and Macleod Trail SE to the east. Homes, priced from $350k to $900k and beyond in some cases, number nearly 3,700 in this small 2.9km community filled with 7,000 residents approximately.
Bus route 35; the Canyon Meadows CTrain station is nearby.
Parks & Recreation
Macleod Trail is a magnet for shopping, so residents need to travel east when buying goods and services is the priority. Full Figure Fashions, Winners, Walmart, The Original Basket Boutique, Knickers n’ Lace and the Southcentre Shopping Centre are just some of the outlets available.
Elbow Park has a tennis court and is located within the Haysboro community. But that’s not the only park — others are Chinook Park, Tom Brook Athletic, Oakwood and South Glenmore, located just outside the community. Entertainment can easily be had at the Heritage Park Historical Village right down 14th Street SW, Canada’s largest historical amusement operation. Outdoor recreation besides the common experience had at nearby parks is available at Weaselhead Natural Environment Park which includes berry picking, mud flats for canoe touring, hiking trails, pathways and more.
Schools in Haysboro include Bishop Grandin Senior High, Woodman Junior High, Haysboro Elementary and Akiva Academy.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship in Haysboro include the Southwood United Church, the Holy Nativity Anglican Church, the Foundation Baptist Church, and the Woodgreen Presbyterian Church.