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Hopewell Rocks Hopewell Cape
#1 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
The trails are easy and well marked, the lookout points are breathless And walking on the ocean floor at low tide among the rocks makes Nature wonderful.
It was, then, a great day: leaving Saint John early, Hopewell Rocks, Cape Enrage, two short hikes in Bay of Fundy National Park, back to Hopewell Rocks, and on to Charlottetown, PEI (very long day).
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#2 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
The park gave us a map of the whole island - but I really mostly only enjoyed the park itself, with it's wonderful views, self guiding tours of the "cottages", and we especially loved the interpretive bog trail.
... family, a painted portrait of George Bernard Shaw, to the views of the expansive Bay of Fundy from a cozy bench, we enjoyed our visit to Roosevelt Campobello International Park on July 26, 2017, enormously.
Fundy Trail Parkway St. Martins
#3 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
This is nature at its best, It has gorgeous views weather you are driving or willing to hike some of the trails, Some of the trails will lead you to beaches, waterfalls and other adventures in nature.
You drive along a winding paved road high above the coast(inplaces) and there are areas you can park your car to take in the scenic views - rocky cliffs that drop into the bay, sandy beaches, and caves which are o...
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#4 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
The trail is made of wood, and surrounded by nature you are able to view many bird species, a variety of ducks, including Canada Geese, as well as muskrats and small fish.
Park at the visitors center near the highway and you can stroll thru the center and visit the gift shop which houses beautiful homemade crafts.
Irving Nature Park Saint John
#5 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
We are in this area nearly every summer and always try to get to Irving Nature Park for a beautiful, peaceful day of gorgeous views, fresh air, soothing surroundings, walks & hikes for different abilities, and a g...
Like a wild slice of wilderness, tucked away between an Oil Refinery and a Nuclear Plant, The Irving Nature Park is gorgeous crag overlooking the majestic Fundy Bay, nestled in a protected wetlands marsh.
#6 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Bay of Fundy park is a gem! exploe and hike to great scenic overlooks, marshes, waterfalls, etc. Hopewell Rocks is a MUST see!
Her energy and knowledge of the area and her personable nature helped make the tour a most enjoyable experience.
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#7 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Alma is the little Town just off Fundy National Park .. so easy access to Hikes and nature !! but everything is here to take advantage of while staying in this cosy little gem of a place right on the Bay of Fundy.
The park has many trails to nature lovers wild beautiful water falls picnic areas ting to see and the kids can have lots of fun! Loved it sure will go again!
Kingsbrae Garden Saint Andrews
#8 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
There are often special events--most of an artistic nature (including music), and they are a breath of fresh air.
A sculpture park is also featured.
St. Martins Sea Caves St. Martins
#9 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Park at the lighthouse, walk about 100 feet through the covered bridge heading towards the sea caves, turn around and you can get an awesome picture of both bridges and the lighthouse in one beautiful shot.
Nature is so awesome in all her beauty!
Rockwood Park Saint John
#10 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Wonderful park, a lot of runners and lots to see! Has a wonderful restaurant at the pavilion that also has kayaks, hydro bikes, canoes, and Paddle boards!
Great for bike ridding, horseback ridding, kayaking on one of the lakes, the dog park, hiking or walking... etc. very beautiful and maintained wonderfully
#11 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Tranquility and nature at it's best .
On our way back from Kouchibouguac National Park we stopped in on a hot day.
Odell Park Fredericton
#12 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Odell Park is the perfect setting for long walks, picnics, runs with the dog, Easter egg hunts, climbing in the monkey trees, skating, sliding, swinging, or simply sitting in the shade of a big old tree and watchi...
Odell Park has many trails and is a nature park located right in the middle of Fredericton, great place for a walk, mountain bike run, Frisbee golf, picnic.....
#13 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
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!
Kouchibouguac National Park Saint-Louis-de-Kent
#14 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Loved the anode rental and the Kayac rental as well as the Thick tire bicicles... Beautiful memory for many years to come... and hopefully the beginning of a more adventurous life at Parks...
Lots of wild life, and camping facilities that makes us close to nature.The camping sites are openings among the trees, so to allow for privacy, bathrooms are clean, and there are cooking shelters with sinks to wa...
Centennial Park Moncton
#15 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
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...
Miramichi River Miramichi
#16 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Relaxing by the River and Enjoying Nature
I usually grab a coffee and pastries at Napan Bakery early in the morning then walk to the park. 3) Last is Richie Waif.
#17 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
The little park near by also provided much need swing time that I enjoyed :) great with my partner and I but for families too highly recommend.
Long stretch of beautiful sand makes Parle Beach as one the provincial national parks best kept beaches.
Herring Cove Provincial Park Campobello Island
#18 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
We spent the day at the beach in Herring Cove Provincial Park... Lovely safe beach for kids..great for a stroll of run..or just sit & watch the water..from the lookout platform.. Walked around the camp ground..The...
Close to Herring Cove golf course and restaurant and with access to a beautiful beach that is almost completely deserted even in the busiest of times, Herring Cove Provincial park offers a wonderful getaway with s...
#19 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
This IS THE PLACE for you (as it was for us!!!) if you are looking for charm, simplicity and sincerity, if you want to reconnect with nature and watch local Maritimers live their daily lives, watch fishing boats g...
... Park campground on Friday night --Exploring tidal pools on the beach at the Anchorage --Extraordinarily friendly people Moon Handbook describes it as "where serious nature lovers base themselves," and it's true.
#20 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
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...
Tidal Bore Moncton
#21 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
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.
Grand Falls Gorge Grand Falls
#22 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Climb down 400 stairs into the gorge and see the power and wonders of mother nature.
The Falls and Gorge are a breathtaking wonder of nature.
#23 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
You are taken around the block from the meeting place in a van to a place on the border of the park.
Cape Enrage Waterside
#24 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
The staff were so friendly and proud of where they worked, and a wealth of information about the area's nature and history.
This was a fine event for us to sandwich in with Bay of Fundy National Park between high and low tide viewings at Hopewell Rocks.
#25 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Love this place its so peacefull tou get to se wildlife nature nice trail to walk run have fun with family...definetly a place to visit..been there many times to walk run and get together with family and friends
In the trails you can find a couple of educational stations with information on the trees and the wildlife in the park.
#26 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
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#27 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Great beach, lovely walking trail, picnic area, beach combing, bird watching, nature viewing.
I recently spent a week on Grand Manan and went to this park every day to go birding on both the forested trails and also along the beach.
Reversing Falls Saint John
#28 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Really enjoyed visiting the Reversing Rapids, worth a visit and great views from the Rapids restaurant - the park nearby up the hill beyond the Rapids is also worth a look with it's large figures and stories and t...
Our captain (he is a character) shared local history and geologic and nature facts and let my son drive the boat.
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Harbour Passage Saint John
#29 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
#30 of 151 Nature & Parks in New Brunswick
Large sandy beach, Provincial Park , great for a picnic.
We went on the nature trail walk (2.5km) on Sunday and were treated to some different views of the NRB and some new coves.