The Best Hiking Trails in Moncton

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Moncton, NB. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1151 Elmwood Drive, Moncton, NB E1H 2H7

Wildlife, Hiking, Walking, Nature Trail, Outdoor Activities, Mountain Biking, Snowshoeing, Birds, Runners, Wheel Chairs, Boardwalks, Outdoor Education Programs, Nature & Park

This picturesque nature park consists of 2,200 acres of forest and 250 acres of water - The park has a large (1.20 km2) lake which is popular for kayaking and canoeing - It has 22,000 acres (8,900 ha)

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Just outside Moncton off Elmwood Drive extending to the Irishtown Road. Plenty of places to park. Great washroom facilities with a latrine along the way. Walk through the forest with plenty of shade and wide graveled, easy-on-the-feet, walking trail with lots of wildlife if you go early in the morning. You also walk around the Irishtown Reservoir Lake where Common Loons reside. You end up walking along the stream as you hear the rush of water going over the damn. Good any time of the year.

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801 Street George Boulevard, Moncton, NB E1E 4E7

Since 1967

Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Cycling Trails, Playground, Splash Park, Sports Field, Bicycle Pump Track, Centennial Outdoor Centre, Event Zones, Basketball, Lawn Bowling, Tennis, Swimming, Cross-Country Ski Trail, Sliding Hill, Snowshoeing, Outdoor Skating Surfaces, Washrooms & Picnic Areas

230 acres of scenic parkland, an artificial turf sports field, high quality tennis courts and lawn bowling greens, offering fun and recreation all year long

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

We have been long time visitors to Centennial Park. The park has many walking trails and a lot of facilities. The splash pad park was added a few years ago long after my children were too old to use it. When we visit it is always busy with TONS of little ones and parents enjoying relief from the hot weather. One of the few things you can do as a family for free and have lots of fun. I still take my daughter to Centenial beach when we do not have time for the drive to Parlee Beach.

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Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB E1C 1A1

Trails, Walking, Running, Wheelchairs, Bicycles, Inline Skates, Petitcodiac River, Floral Displays, Benches, Monuments, Wildlife & Park

Five kilometres in length on the Moncton side, they offer both paved paths and a softer dirt surface for walkers, runners and bikers

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

There is a walking trail and a skate board area and goes right through the city and the walk connects to Dieppe. In the summer there are several events there and the Canada Day celebrations on July 1 are held there which includes children playground, food trucks and music.
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