Offering 5 km (3.11 mi.) of multi-use trails, this park offers floral displays, benches and the Celtic Cross monument. The trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail system. Portions are groomed for winter running. Other points of interest include Bore Park, Settlers Green, Hal Betts Sportsplex, and the Treitz Haus Visitor Information Centre.
Mill Creek Nature Park
Sackville Waterfowl Park
Waterfowl, wildlife, boardwalks, and more than 3 km (1.86 mi.) of trails brings you into the heart of nature. Stunningly beautiful marshes and wetlands connect to the real adventure of experiencing outdoors.
Fundy National Park
Discover Fundy National Park like never before . . . Whether you’re exploring our shores for the first time, or revisiting your favorite family getaway, expect the unexpected.
Fundy Trail Parkway
The Fundy Trail Parkway opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 19 km (11.8 miles) trail begins just outside of St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111.
Irishtown Nature Park
Canoeing, hiking and bird watching are just some of the activities enjoyed at this beautiful 890-ha (2,200-acre) park. Groomed cross-country ski trails are available in the winter.
Kouchibouguac National Park
Discover a national park on New Brunswick’s Acadian Coast where lush mixed-wood forests lead to colourful salt marshes and warm ocean beaches. Offshore, golden sand dunes foster calm seas. At night, this Dark Sky Preserve is a celestial masterpiece. And in winter, it is a snowbound fun-zone.
This 121-ha (299-acre) park in Moncton’s north end offers something for nature lovers of all ages. Featuring wide, accessible trails and more rustic trails, it is a haven for runners, walkers, cyclists, cross-country skiers and skaters.
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