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#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
Great walk trails in the woods awesome view walk on walk bridges enjoy nature wild birds the view of the water of lake incredible also great place for winter walks also
Great atmosphere!! Super fun with kids.. Twin girls brought their bikes and the trails are big enough to bike and walk.. Beautiful nature!
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
Love the park for the excellent trails deeper in - perfect for walking, running, cycling (some nice hills, too, so it's a good workout) and cross country skiing in winter.
This is a wonderful free city park, perfect for families, friends, groups, couples or solos of all ages with it's many facilities form Barbques, tennis, paddle boats, hiking, walking, beach, picnics, playgrounds e...
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
There is always something going on at the zoo, new animals like the baby tigers this year, baby gibbon, zebra and alpaca, all a great way for our daughter to learn about life and nature.
I have went to this zoo many many times with and without children love it here great fun happy atmosphere there is also a huge play park for the kids and the zoo is located right next door to the water park if y...
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
The river is easily accessible via a boardwalk, and there is also a park where you can sit and watch the tide come in.
Make sure you see it from the viewing platform and get there early before the states tide time just in case Mother Nature has her own ideas of them that day.
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
This small park located in a very busy part of the city, is just a wonderful little treasure.
It is the perfect distance for a run, and definitely lots of nature to be seen.
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
We explored the park more the next day, hiking along the Riverside Trail, which is also part of the Great Trail, what used to be called the Trans Canada Trail.
The Riverfront Park is part of a 10K trail along the banks of the Petitcodaic River, and is populated by a host of walkers, runners, and bikers.
#8 of 10 Nature & Parks in Moncton
amazing fun indoor park
Caseley Park Riverview 3.7 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Riverview
During the Canada Day celebrations there is always a bustle of activity and events to get involved in and the park is used during the winter months for Riverviews winterfest activities.