Lepreau Falls Provincial Park is an all season destination for seasonal adventure enthusiasts who enjoy easy access scenery. Regardless of season a camera is a must-have item when exploring this river park on the shores of the St John River in New Brunswick Canada.
The short 0.6 kilometre there-and-back gravel, paved and board walk walking path leads adventurers to a lookout platform over-looking the St John River. The easy access waterfall is ideal for all capabilities, and often lacks any people, let alone crowds.
Once you enjoyed the Lepreau Falls Provincial Park, take some time out from travelling and relax, have a picnic, at the picnic site and comfort station. Active explorers, are able to reach the rivers edge and access some small swimming holes in the rocks.
The Lepreau Falls Park is a Stone Hammer UNESCO Global Geopark. The UNESCO Global Geopark is located on New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy, at the confluence of the Saint John and Kennebecasis Rivers.A UNESCO Global Geoparks are geographical areas where landscapes of international geological significance are managed, and protected.