The Tidal Bore in New Brunswick Canada, occurs along the Petitcodiac River near Moncton & Riverview and is a naturally occurring phenomenon that is caused by the surging waters from the Bay of Fundy tides which are the highest tides in the world, that roar up the Petitcodiac River twice daily during the changing tides.
Renton All-Wheels Skatepark
CN Sportsplexe Bike Park
Mill Creek Nature Park
During the tourism season, stop by Moncton’s seasonal Visitor Information Centre located in Treitz Haus, Moncton’s oldest standing heritage building adjacent to Bore Park. You will receive exceptional travel tips to plan a memorable stay in our city!
Open during the tourism season, from Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day.
Open daily: 9 am – 6 pm. 1-800-363-4558
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.
Magnetic Hill is an amazing natural phenomenon that has been baffling visitors for decades. Be amazed as you drive your car to the bottom of the hill – put it in neutral – and roll back uphill! Incredible!
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