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Centennial Park, Moncton
(4.7/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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. Centennial Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Moncton Edition.
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  • It is a park with many amusements for the kids during the summer. They also have a small snack bar in the summer. The also have a sand pool. This is a great spot for families. In the winter you can st...  more »
  • Nice place for parents with children of all ages. There are various possibilities: tennis, picnic, water and watering for very young children "lawn bowling" "and various games for children. There are also '"Tree Go'"for those who have more physical abilities.
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  • There is always something beautiful to admire in this park, every season. It's a place to reconnect with nature and yourself. I am grateful for it. 
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  • Great place to walk or jog or even bike. Theres lots of fun activities there for the whole family,and its a very clean park. Also can even go see ducks which my kids love.
  • Wonderful place. Walking, cycling, skiing, snowshoeing, manmade beach, playground - loads to do for all ages, all year round
  • It's a park, nothing really special. Nice place for a walk. Always quite clean when we visit. Splash park is fun for younger children. Play park is maintained. Can be a very pretty spot in fall to photograph.
  • awesome splash pad in the summer. good hills for sledding
  • A beautiful park! My wife and i had the pleasure of walking up on a man and woman fornicating not 40 feet from a children play structure and about 100 feet from a childrens camp. We also stumbled upon what must be the local circle jerk spot as we saw many old men also fornicating with eachother.....did i mention this was at 1pm while children were visably around? i would not let my children play here, i would not walk here alone as a woman. I called the police and they never showed up. Really , broad daylight in a public park...but hey the rest of the park is nice if you can over look the crazy amount of disgusting behaviour...so messed up! I cant beleive Kids play here! Also from what i heard its common there and the police do nothing.