Centennial Park, Moncton

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#3 of 7 in Parks in Moncton
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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  • 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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  • This is a large park within the city. However it does have a darker side to it on the west side of the park as it is cruising or pick up spot for people looking for casual hook up, mostly men looking ...  more »
  • It's great to have a park within the City. Very well kept and staff re always very nice and helpful!  more »
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  • All kinds of things to do here. Pool, a large playground with lots of equipment and a huge water feature. Picnic areas, tennis and Tree go to name a few. Well kept and has a snack bar and a few vending machines. Beautiful park.
  • Everything from tennis courts to swimming/wading pools , and hiking on the trail system. If you feel more like relaxing taking in the ducks in the lake is great as well.
  • Love this place. A nice bit of forest trails right in the middle of the city. Beautiful old white pines are abundant. Plenty to do with barbeques for cooking, a splash park and playgrounds, walking trails, and ducks to feed at the pond. In the winter the trails are groomed for cross country skiing.
  • I like how in the back of the park there are dirt jumps for bikes. And the trails are verry nice
  • Nice place to bring the kids to play. L although the trails aren't the best in the area, there are still some walking trails. I bring my dog there for walks at times. They also have a dog park.

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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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