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Some of the province's tourist attractions include the New Brunswick Museum, Kouchibouguac National Park, Mactaquac Provincial Park, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, King's Landing Historical Settlement, Village Historique Acadien, Les Jardins de la Republique, Parlee Beach, Hopewell Rocks, La Dune de Bouctouche, Saint John Reversing Falls, Magnetic Hill Zoo, Crystal Palace, Magic Mountain Water Park, Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Preserve, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Sackville Waterfowl Park, Fundy National Park and the 41 km Fundy Hiking Trail. Whale watching in St. Andrews by-the-sea aboard the Island Quest, a 40' custom built cabin cruiser, provides tourists with the opportunity of a life time.
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Also 60-90mins outside of Moncton: The Fundy National Park is located on the Bay of Fundy near the village of Alma, New Brunswick. It includes both seashore and Acadian coastal forests. The park covers an area of 207 km².
Dickson FallsAt low tide, park visitors can explore the ocean bottom which was 9 metres or more below the water's surface at high tide. The Caribou Plain trail and boardwalk provides access to upland forest and bog habitats. The park also includes more than 20 waterfalls. In the 19th century, there were sawmills on the Point Wolfe and Upper Salmon Rivers which produced lumber for nearby Saint John and for export. After the nearby forests had been cut, people began to leave the area. The park was established in 1948 and was New Brunswick's first national park. Park amenities include a golf course, a heated saltwater swimming pool, three campgrounds, and a network of over 100 km of hiking and biking trails. [1] The Dobson Trail and Fundy Footpath extend out of the park to Riverview and St. Martins respectively. A unique red-painted covered bridge is located at Point Wolfe.
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Magnetic Hill Zoo Canada's largest. See more than 400 animals of over 90 different Species in our forty acre facility. Visit the Siberian Tigers, South American Jaguars, Dromedary Camels, Grants Zebras, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Squirrel Monkeys, Lemurs from Madagascar, Arctic Wolves, Capybara, East African Crowned Cranes, Burmese Pythons, South American Tarantulas and many, many more animals from every corner of the world. The zoo is open from Victoria Day Weekend to Thanksgiving Weekend, seven days a week, from 9am until dusk. We are wheelchair accessible. For all information, call at the Zoo. The Magnetic Hill Zoo
Exits 488A/B off TCH. On Route 126.
Magnetic Hill, Moncton, NB Mail: 100 Worthington Ave, Moncton, MI E1C 9Z3
No: (506) 384-0303
www.greatermoncton.com
e-mail: bruce.dougan@moncton.org
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In 2002, Moncton became Canada's first officially bilingual city. The Petitcodiac River exhibits one of North America's few tidal bores, a regularly occurring wave that travels up the river on the leading edge of the incoming tide. The bore is a result of the extreme tides of the Bay of Fundy. Originally, the bore was very impressive, sometimes between one and two metres (3.2–6.4 ft) in height and extending across the kilometre (.62 mi) width of the Petitcodiac River in the Moncton area. This wave would occur twice a day at the incoming of the high tide, travelling at an average speed of 13 km/h (8 mph) and could produce quite an audible roar.[28] When the causeway was built the water flow was greatly reduced and the bore now rarely exceeds 15–20 cm in height.
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