Hyla Park Nature Preserve


Park Amenities:
Wildlife Watching

Hyla Park Nature Preserve

Fredericton, New Brunswick, NB

Canada Parks, Trails & Places Guide

Hyla Park Nature Preserve is a wilderness park that has let nature run its course. It is a great place to see birds, bugs, beaver dams and amphibians. The trails are unsigned in the reserve sometimes making navigating the reserve challenging. It is a marsh, and marshes have mosquitoes so wear long short and pants.

What are the Things To Do, Activities, Adventures in the Hyla Park Nature Preserve?

Hyla Park Nature Preserve adventures, and activities most enjoyed in the marsh includes wildlife watching, hiking, biking (Gibson Trail), jogging, and walking.

Why the Hyla Park Nature Preserve?

If you like roughing it and being one with nature this is a great little park in the city. There is minimal trail maintenance and the reserve is more of a wildlife sanctuary for smaller wildlife and birds. It claims to be Canada's first amphibian park.

What are the highlights, amenities, services located in the Hyla Park Nature Preserve?

A few of the more popular highlights, amenities and services located in and around the Hyla Park Nature Preserve are pretty much nil. It is a natural park with no trail signage and no services.

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Hyla Park Nature Preserve
150 Greenwood Dr

How To Get ToHyla Park Nature Preserve

In Fredericton cross over the St. John River and travel on Union Street towards Watters Drive. Watters turns into Greenwood. Park at the Greenwood Baptist Church and connect to Gibsons Trail and then the park.
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