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#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Petty Harbour
Lots of amazing creatures and your kids can touch almost all of them...facility releases the creatures back to the ocean at the end of every season too!
The student facilitator was pleasant, patient with us (we had a lot of questions) and very helpful in showing us “how to” interact with the marine life!
Bowring Park St. John's 4.7 mi away
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
Take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the swans and ducks , in summer beautiful flowers and shrubs, walk or run the southbrook trail for cardio workout on the many inclines and steps trough nature.
Love this park, has everything, swans, ducks, picnic places, beautiful flowers and trees, monuments, river, pond, tennis courts, swimming, children playground, etc.
East Coast Trail St. John's 5.7 mi away
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
This trail is part of the East Coast Trail system which features 26 well marked trails along 300 km of coastline – we began the hike at Fort Amherst and concluded at Blackhead Cove – 10.6 km and the hike took us a...
The ECT (East Coast Trail) to me is the high point of this fine place we live and is a perfect reflection of Newfoundland; It is rugged and scenic beyond, it is as challenging as you want it to be.
North Head Trail St. John's 7.2 mi away
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
Typically we park close to the Terry Fox memorial and walk through battery and thence the narrows, the relic foundations of the early isolation hospital, a magnificent bluff overlooking the sea and the whales and...
... a Rocky Mountain ) holding a chain over various parts for stability and enjoying the breath taking view of the narrows ( entry way to St. John’s Harbour for fishing vessels , cruise ships and other watercraft).
Bannerman Park St. John's 7.0 mi away
#6 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
The park consists of a manicured garden, sports facilities (renovated pool, tennis courts) and a 3 km hike following a stream, later climbing up to the pool level and outdoor theatre (summer venue) through woods.
The day I was there, lots of kids playing in the splash pad, tons of people in the park's pool just beyond the splash pad, beautiful trails throughout, benches, a refreshment stand as well.
Quidi Vidi Lake Trail St. John's 7.6 mi away
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
Well done for the city for the great beauty restoration done on this easy walking trail around the lake, it is simply a pleasure to enjoy!
We started at one end of the lake loop, and made our way into Quidi Vidi, visited the local brewery, and bought some Iceberg beer, scenic spot, great for lunch!
MUN Botanical Garden St. John's 7.6 mi away
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
We greatly enjoyed the walking trails - if you walk them all, it will take a couple of hours, and will take in various ecosystems such as bog, marsh, and different types of forest.
A easy hike to the top of the mountain and you reach an unforgettable view of the Pippys Park.
Rennie's River Trail St. John's 7.0 mi away
#7 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
Follows Rennie's River from Long Pond to Quidi Vidi Lake providing access to trails around Long Pond (above) and Quidi Vidi (below).
Beautiful trail, very scenic, well maintained, with plenty of benches to sit and enjoy the spectacular views.
Harbourside Park St. John's 6.4 mi away
#8 of 14 Nature & Parks in St. John's
Have always loved the peaceful easy feeling of this park and its location across from the Newfoundland National War Memorial harking back to an era when Newfoundland was a nation before Canada joined it.
There are also two great statues of the province's "national dogs" - the Newfoundland and the Labrador Retriever - nice views over the harbour and a short walk to the National War Memorial.