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Saint John, New Brunswick, is the only city on the shore of the Bay of Fundy, home to the world's highest tides. Canada's oldest incorporated city, Saint John is a popular tourist destination known for its historic uptown streetscapes, cultural attractions, and natural wonders. There are two malls one being the closest Brunswick Square (39 King St, Saint John, NB) and second being McAllister Place (519 Westmorland Rd, Saint John, NB). They are both have high reviews on Google however some stores are closing. At Brunswick Square, there is a Goodlife gym as well. For another great gym facility Canada Games Aquatic Center at 50 Union St, Saint John is about a one-minute walk. There is a controlled swimming pool, cardio and weight machines, and many fitness classes.
If you’re looking for some local adventures with guided expertise insideoutnaturecentre.com is a website for tours and the owner has been doing it for over 40 years. They do a great job with guided tours and if you have an event or specific idea, they do specialize in making tours tailored to your needs and wants. If they don’t have what you’re looking for with them being local in Saint John, they have a lot of connections and can get you involved with the right people to make sure you have a great time!
This park is great there are so many activities one can do there, this is from their website describing what is offered! One of Canada’s largest municipal parks, Rockwood Park offers a campground, an Interpretation Centre, lakes for swimming, an 18-hole golf course, a zoo, and a playground. With more than 50km of hiking trails to explore, the park is a four-season adventure zone with something for everyone. In the summer enjoy rock climbing, kayaking, biking and more. Visit in the autumn and enjoy the spectacular colours of the Fall foliage. Explore the park in winter, and enjoy sleigh rides, cross country skiing, and skating. There are some caves also in Rockwood that a lot of locals do go in there are some restrictions with bats and the seasons.
Winter Hours: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm daily
Spring/Fall Hours: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm daily
Summer Hours: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm daily (listed)
Some really cool activities you could explore is Whale Watching!
Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching
16 King St Andrews NB
Jolly Breeze Tall Ship Whale Adventures
4 King St. St Andrews NB
Both of these are along the Bay of Fundy which is about an hour and 4 minutes away.
Dive shack offers scuba diving classes both in open waters and in a pool. If you're into surfing, parasailing or any water sport Mispec Beach, Simonds, NB about 16.4 Kms away is where most thrill-seekers venture to. If you want to just relax by a beach and watch the bay tides come in and out this is also a great spot.
Lord Beaverbrook Rink
Offers public skiing and rink rentals.
Also in the winter months, Rockwood Park has ice skating as well!
Fit Rocks Climbing Gym Saint Johns
Good for beginners and offer a few challenging limbs for more advanced climbers.
40 Ashburn Lake Rd, Saint John
200 Visart St, Saint John NB
Consists of 2 trails, the Lucky Charms Trails for beginners and the Shenanigans Trail which is the more difficult trails that require a bit of skill with the mountain bike.
Rainbow Park Basketball Court
Lots of fishing opportunities in Saint John I listed from the website https://www.discoversaintjohn.com/place/get-hooked-fishing on some of the regulations Sturgeon, trout, and more! If you’re hankering for a day on the water – just a simple jaunt to the shoreline, and the calm rhythm of casting and retrieving – we have great news. Non-residents do not require fishing licenses for tidal waters in and around Saint John. That includes most of the rivers around here – up to the reach of the tide. Thankfully our tides are huge, so that means large stretches of our river system are available for license-free, non-salmon fishing. Fishing licenses are required for lakes, however – so if dropping a line into the stocked lakes of Rockwood Park is in your plan, you’ll need a license. If salmon fishing is on your agenda, please note you may require a guide. All the information you’d ever need is available on the Natural Resources section of the Government of New Brunswick website.
This is just a few things to help give you an idea of some of the wonders Saint John has to offer. If you have any further questions, we would be happy to help!