Centennial Park, Moncton

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Relax or recreate in the heart of the city at Centennial Park, offering a diverse range of activities. This sprawling urban green space covers 93 hectares (230 acres) of picturesque parkland. Those looking to work up a sweat can make use of an artificial soccer field (the only one in the city), top-quality tennis courts, and bowling greens. The park even features a fine-sand beach, ideal for family swimming and sunbathing sessions. Younger visitors can work off some energy at the splash park or wheelchair-accessible playground. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Centennial Park by using our Moncton visit site .
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  • Great park for all people walking, bicycle s. Great play ground for children, also the play park is handycaped exassable for all ages. Great car show held here 8n July. We our self have spend many tri...  more »
  • Just a quick stop while visiting Moncton. We were looking for a great place to walk the new pup as well as see the fall leaves. Beautiful park.  more »
  • Nice Park very near Moncton, a few arrow walks to enjoy the quiet. Children's playground plain, boats (a season), ideal place to walk without difficulty
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  • We stopped by here as an after thought on a trip to Magic Mountain and I was blown away by great this park was. There are a number of picnic tables in and out of the shade. Numerous tennis courts in great condition. One of the best spray parks I have seen as well as playgrounds. There are about 3-4 playground areas close together with something for a variety of ages - toddler to middle school kids. My 4 and 6 year kids had a blast! We were there on a Sunday afternoon and there was a live band playing classic songs. There is also a OneTree facility on the grounds for older kids. Not to mention the man made beach, which we didn't see as it is closed. We spent 4 hours here and could have easily spent the day. A must see if you have kids. We will definitely be back. I just wish our city had a recreational area like this. Bonus - the parking is free.
  • A nice park with different types of play structures for the kids. There is a splash pad as well. It is a pretty big space for all types of playing.
  • Loved the lodge in the park. Went to a wedding dinner and dance. Very nice food was great with a bar. I would recommend this Lodge very nice place and private.
  • Kids had lots of fun here. Good size splash zone. Nice play ground. Has clean rest rooms. Nice walking trails around the pond.
  • Great place for kids!! All seasons!! Specially winter!! ;-)

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Where to stay in Moncton

The center of the city remains the most popular place to stay, with the appropriately named Main Street offering the best selection of hotels. Using this area as your base, you'll be just a stone's throw from the water, the pleasant Riverfront Park, and the city's main train station. For a more budget-friendly option, look to the motels a few blocks back from the water, along St. George Street. If you're just passing through, consider staying at one of the chain hotels near the airport, to the east of the city.
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