Irving Nature Park is a 243 hectare (600 acre) protected nature preserve exploring various eco systems along the Bay of Fundy coastline highlighted by forests, wetland, salt marsh, beach and various gravel, dirt and boardwalk walking trails combining for over 11 kilometres (7 mile) of adventure. If walking is not your thing, there is a road that circles the nature park as well.
Irving Nature Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed include walking, hiking, jogging, sightseeing, birding (birdwatching), marine wildlife watching, picnicking and photography.
It has been recognized as a top 10 attraction in New Brunswick. The nature park provides many amenities and an opportunity to view wildlife like seals and birds. Not to mention how much one can learn about the history and geography of the area. Oh... and the scenery is spellbinding.
The more important amenities and services located in and around Irving Nature Park includes sightseeing benches, washrooms, interpretive signs, picnic tables, shelters, lookout viewpoints, tower binoculars, propane BBQs, observation decks, playground, children mazes and guided tours.