Riverfront Park35 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: Assomption Blvd, Moncton, NB E1C 1A1, Canada
- Timings: 08:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5068533516
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
The Riverfront Park by the Petitcodiac River is equipped with a number of ancient monuments, picnic areas and a number of multi-use trails to explore the nook and corners. There are over five kilometers of trails meandering by the river with twinned tailings to let bikers, wheelchairs and inline skaters pass without any hazards. The soft dirt tracks are for casual walkers, hikers, and runners. Riverfront Park boasts of the floral displays and sculptures that stand in perfect contrast. The Moncton section of the Trans Canada Trail connects the park to the downtown area and the neighbouring communities.
How to Reach Riverfront Park
- Bus 52 to stop - 644 Main (Blue Cross)
- Bus 52 to stop -770 Main (Assomption Place)
- Bus 52 to stop - 880 Main
- Trains to stop - Moncton train station
13.11% of people who visit Moncton include Riverfront Park in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
70% of people start their Riverfront Park visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Riverfront Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Riverfront Park
Riverfront Park Reviews & Ratings
A pleasant walk by the river. Not fond of sharing the path with the bikes. It appears they have the right of way. Well kept greenery and a short walk back to Main St.
Beautiful park right on the river downtown. Plenty of seating and shaded area's. As well as walking/biking trails. A good place to watch the Tidal bore pass by.
As a former US LEO, this was one of my most important stops on our journey. The impact of this memorial can not be explained by words. I shared my experience and photos with LEOs back home and none of us could talk while viewing. My 3 year old son was with us and running around laughing while we visited. Even in the shadow of their memory these men brought a comfort of security to enjoy our visit. God bless those who sacrifice for others and thank you to RCMP and New Brunswick for honoring these lost defenders.
Lots of benches and picnic tables around around to enjoy the open grassy area right by downtown Moncton. Whether you are looking for a place to enjoy the beautiful summer day or a spot out of the office for some lunch Riverfront park is a great spot for you.
The Tidal Bore is something really cool to watch. You can check online what time it happens twice a day. It happens quickly but worth it to watch.