Irving Nature Park
|Record #: HDC0967||Last Modified: 07 Jul 2020||Last Full Update: 07 Jul 2020|
|Social Media||Facebook: www.facebook.com/IrvingNaturePark/|
|Primary Contact||Katie Breneol, Park Manager; Phone: 506-653-7367 * 506-333-6298; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mailing Address||c/o J.D. Irving, Limited
PO Box 5777
300 Union St
Saint John, NB
Canada E2L 4M3
|Description & Services|
|Description of service(s)||The Irving Nature Park is a 600 acre (243 hectare) site created by J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI) to help protect an environmentally significant area. Just minutes from downtown Saint John, this special part of the Fundy coastline is a place where everyone can come and experience the various ecosystems of the Southern New Brunswick coastline. Park admission is FREE!
Irving Nature Park features:
- 11 km (7 mi.) of rugged Bay of Fundy coastline
- Six different ecosystems with a diversity of flora and fauna
- 7 walking trails of varying lengths
- Boardwalk extending into the salt marsh
- Seal Observation Deck
- Lookout Tower (the park's highest point with 360° view of land and sea)
- Free interactive educational programs and activities
- Free picnic sites and gas barbecues.
- Children’s Forest with a playground and mazes.
Park upkeep, educational programs and beautification are fully funded by J.D. Irving, Limited.
We hope to see you soon!
For questions or information on events, please call 506-653-7367.
|Hours||Gates are open 7 days a week from 8:00am - 8:00pm during the summer months!|
|Dates Program is Offered||Changes each season.|
|Areas Served||New Brunswick|
|Languages||English ; French - some bilingual interpreters are available|
|Site Location||Drive to the end of Sand Cove Road|
|Located In Community||Saint John|
|Address & Map||
Barn - Park Headquarters
1379 Sand Cove Rd
West Side (Saint John), NB
Canada E2M 4Z9
View MapQuest Map
|Accessibility||Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***|
|Service Categories||Public Parks|