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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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  • I live in Moncton, and have been to the Tidal Bore, Centennial Park and other places of interest many times over the years. The park boasts winter horse drawn sleigh rides (groups and appointment only...  more »
  • This park has plenty to do for the outdoor enthusiast. Hiking.. walking.. running.. skating.. x country skiing.. snow showing.. dog park.. playground.. water park. excellent place. 
  • We were here in July 2016. We spent the late morning/early afternoon just walking around the park. We found it very nice and peaceful. They had a splash pad/area for kids which was nice (even though w...  more »
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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.