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Interesting but underdeveloped

We live just up the street from this little park. It is really inbreeding and a great place to see... read more

Reviewed July 21, 2016
via mobile
Kermit the Frog says "Yay!"

Just off the Gibson walking trail at Greenwood Drive, this is a park in progress. It is a... read more

Reviewed March 15, 2016
Fredericton, Canada
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21 Jul 2016
“Interesting but underdeveloped”
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150 Greenwood Dr, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3A 3T6, Canada
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Reviewed July 23, 2017

The Hyla Park Nature Preserve is pretty close to the city center of Fredericton and it is... sort of an adventure. Not a park with well signed trails, but perhaps that's the fun of letting 'real nature' run its course. Take gps/a smart phone with...More

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Reviewed July 21, 2016 via mobile

We live just up the street from this little park. It is really inbreeding and a great place to see birds, bugs and amphibians. There are a few trails and their maintenance is minimal. Is a great little place to pop into and explore for...More

1  Thank spudwick
Reviewed July 19, 2016

My friend and I just took our kids on a tour of Hyla Park. We were guided by a very informative guide Kayla, she showed us 7 species of frog, beaver dams. The tour was approximately 45 minutes, where we caught frogs gently, learned which...More

Thank 74Laura74
Reviewed May 30, 2016

I came here on the weekend, and spent over 2 hours here. There is so much to see here. It can be a bit hard to walk around at times, since the ground is uneven and you have to jump over some narrow streams sometimes,...More

1  Thank Katherine S
Reviewed April 25, 2016

I remember walking through the park when i spotted a deer while walking with the dog ..The dog did not see so i steered the dog away so i would not cause it any harm

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Reviewed March 15, 2016

Just off the Gibson walking trail at Greenwood Drive, this is a park in progress. It is a remarkably diverse marshy habitat, but like many urban habitats in North America, it has been abused (gravel hauling, a motor raceway, generally a dumping ground). The Nature...More

Thank jkmtravel
Reviewed June 3, 2015

We were looking for something fun to do in Fredericton and Hyla Park showed up in a google search. Frogs, lizards, dragon flies - it sound like an awesome way to spend the afternoon with our two boys. It was miserable. There is no "park"....More

3  Thank MacDuffys
Reviewed August 23, 2014

We found out about Hyla Park while googling ideas for new outdoor things to do with the kids in Fredericton. Run by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, this park is located right in the middle of the city, on the north side. The trails...More

4  Thank Mumo2girlies
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