Riverfront Trail – Hawkes St

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Sponsored by: TD Bank Group

The Riverfront Trail connects downtown Moncton to Dieppe and Riverview via five kilometres of paved and gravel trails running along the Petitcodiac River. Walk, run or bike along the riverbank, passing through Bore Park, one of Moncton’s oldest maintained public parks and home to several historical monuments; Treitz Haus, Moncton’s oldest building, which now houses a Visitor Information Centre; and skateparks and sports fields. In the winter months, trail sections are cleared for walking and running.

The Petitcodiac River features one of the most impressive tidal bores in the world, so be sure to check the tidal bore schedule before visiting! Along the Riverfront Trail you’ll find a beautiful lighthouse, picnic tables, seating shelters, a covered bridge, a large gazebo and even a playground.

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Trail surface:
Gravel

Description of terrain:
Easy – Great for families. May include some paved or gravel double-track sections and inclines.

Parking:
Hawkes St, 21 Hawkes St, Riverview

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