700.00Trails & Parks in Fredericton
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FKPC 713.04 North Riverfront Walking Trail runs from the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge to the Atlantic Superstore in Nashwaaksis. Enroute the 4.2km trail passes through Carleton Park (pictured here) and the Nashwaaksis Stream Nature Park. 
FKPC 716.26 South Riverfront Trail FKPC 718.03 - Walking Trails of Fredericton716.04 - South Riverfront Walking Trail
716.08 - South Riverfront Walking Trail
716.14 - South Riverfront Trail travelling west between Ste Annes Drive and St. John RiverFKPCD 716.22  The South Riverfront Walking Trail runs along the banks of the St. John River from the Delta Hotel to just past the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge in downtown Fredericton.  Enroute this 3.6km trail passes by the Lighthouse on the Green and the Regent Street Wharf & Marina.
707.02 - Odell Park 707.01 - Odell Park 
717.01 - Valley Walking Trail
713.01 - North Riverfront Walking Trail
701.08 - Carleton Park, located along the St. John River on Fredericton’s northside, has a superb view of the City, especially at sunset. Large open spaces, with a number of elm trees, this green area provides a popular space for picnics, quiet strolls, as well as a public boat launch.
701-11 - Carleton Park, located along the St. John River on Fredericton’s northside, has a superb view of the City, especially at sunset. Large open spaces, with a number of elm trees, this green area provides a popular space for picnics, quiet strolls, as well as a public boat launch.
701.04 - Carleton Park, Fredericton North701.07 - Carleton Park, located along the St. John River on Fredericton’s northside, has a superb view of the City, especially at sunset. Large open spaces, with a number of elm trees, this green area provides a popular space for picnics, quiet strolls, as well as a public boat launch.
713-02 - North Riverfront Walking Trail runs from the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge to the Atlantic Superstore in Nashwaaksis. Enroute the 4.2km trail passes through Carleton Park and the Nashwaaksis Stream Nature Park. The section pictured here is behind the Southview Condos.
710.02 - Wilmot  Park

Directly across the street from Government House is Wilmot Park. Beautifully landscaped, the park boasts immaculate lawns, walking trails, lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, lawn bowling, a bandstand, a children’s playground, a huge wading pool, and is a perfect spot fFKPC 710-04
The Wilmot Park Splash Pad features multi-activity spray and splash components, designated shallow areas, barrier-free access, seating, sun shades and an on-site washroom. The Splash Pad was introduced to the popular Wilmot Park late in 2016.
715-02 - The Salamanca Trail meanders for 1.1km eastward down the St. John River, passing stately homes along Waterloo Row as it heads towards lush vegetation and a secluded path leading to the Loyalist Provincials’ Burial Ground.
FKPC 717-02
The Salamanca Trail (1.2km) travels eastward down the St. John River, parallel to stately homes along Waterloo Row on its upper side and the river on its lower side. Going through some old flood plains, now mainly lush vegetation, this trail has access to the old Loyalist Cemetery.
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