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Moncton, NB E1E 1H9
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A municipal park located in Moncton, New Brunswick, the Centennial Park occupies an area of 93 hectares (230 acres). The park has separate areas such as an artificial beach, a boating pond, a children's play area, a football field, hiking trails, skiing trails, ice skating rinks and a tennis court, among many others. The park also has displays of a jet, a locomotive and a tank. There can never be a dull moment at this park.
Located in downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, the Victoria Park is a public green space. This urban space is a hub for cultural and community events and it comprises of a bandstand and cenotaph, where events such as annual fairs, music concerts, visits by dignitaries and other ceremonies and celebrations are frequently held. The park is also home to a few monuments. However, those looking for a quiet stroll can also find their peace in the park.
Operated by Cadillac Fairview, Crystal Palace is an indoor amusement park in the city of Dieppe which offers access to number of thrilling attractions in its complex. The park comprises an adventurous roller-coaster ride, a fascinating Science Center, an 18-hole miniature golf course, Lazer Tag gaming zone, play area for children and a state-of-the-art video-games arcade. A perfect place to spend a weekend inside this complex where you can stay at the luxurious Ramada Plaza Crystal Palace Hotel, dine and celebrate at the McGinnis Landing Restaurant or watch latest movies at the Crystal Palace Cinema. Call or visit their website to book group tickets and for more information.
The Mapleton Park in Moncton, New Brunswick is a nature park. This urban park spans across 120 hectares (300 acres). The park has a quaint duck pond, a few hiking trails and many walking trails. In the wintertime, the park offers skiing trails and ice skating over the pond. The Mapleton Rotary Lodge in the park is a rustic log house available for private events and parties.
The Irishtown Nature Park is a municipal park situated in the urban wilderness of Moncton, New Brunswick. Spanning an area of 22,000 acres (8,900 hectares), the park is one of the largest of its kind in all of Canada. It is used for recreational purposes such as hiking and biking along popular trails such as the red, yellow and blue trail. In the winter, the park transforms into a skiing destination, with several cross country trails. The picturesque park lake offers canoeing and kayaking. Another popular activity at the park is bird watching, as it is home to Purple Finches and Nuthatches among other varieties.
The Magnetic Hill Zoo was founded with a mission to conserve and protect animals and further the cause of species that are on the verge of extinction. All its endeavors and efforts are directed towards this goal and it is home to mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and aquatic animals. For more details, check website.
Magnetic Hill is a strange little place that has become a huge tourist attraction because of its “magnetic powers”. Apparently when you drive up the hill, you can put your car on neutral or even turn off the engine, and it will still roll up-hill! The hill now is facilitated to be one of the country’s best tourist attractions with restaurants, ice-cream shops and a very famous fudge factory, all at Wharf Village, which is themed as a fishing village. There is a gift shop where you can pick up themed souvenirs to take home from this magical mystery. Other attractions include a zoo and Magic Mountain Water Park at Magnetic Hill Park. Doc check the website for details.
The Magic Mountain Water Park offers fun for the entire family. With splash pad and mini slides just for children, it ensures total fun activities for kids. Teens and grown-ups have not been left out either. With extreme water-slides like the fully enclosed ones, you won't be resting for too long. You can also get yourself a season pass to make the most of the theme park. There is also a dry park wherein you can enjoy a game of golf, have refreshments and enjoy a pleasant fun-day out. Check website for timings and admission prices as days vary.
Located on the shores of Bay of Fundy, the Hopewell Rocks is magnificent structure that was formed by tidal erosion. These rocks are a major tourist attraction and offer a lot of recreational activities. A stroll around these rocks and a visit to the interpretive center will make you aware of its rich history. You can expect to go canoeing, sunbathing or picnicking on this pristine beach.
The Sackville United Church of Canada dates back to historic times and till today serves as the Methodist Church which it originally was.