Inside Out Nature Centre welcomes locals and visitors lakeside at Lily Lake (Hatheway) Pavilion in Saint John, New Brunswick! Our all season nature centre focuses on all ages, abilities & family friendly outdoor adventures in one of Saint Johns’ beautiful urban parks, Rockwood Park. Located only moments from the city centre, discover the great outdoors while biking, kayaking, canoeing, walking, hiking, rock climbing, snow shoeing, geocaching or simply take time for wellness and relaxation. We offer water sport rentals, customized activities including summer youth camps, naturalist guide services, special occasion & birthday celebrations, Wellness & Relaxation workshops, corporate, and school programming & events for all group sizes.
Pack a picnic and enjoy your day with friends & family at Rockwood Park & Inside Out Nature Centre. Whether you're celebrating a girls day out, a corporate retreat or a family occasion we can plan your adventure every step of the way.
Welcome to Saint John! Located 10 minutes from Uptown Saint John you will enjoy your day or multi-day visit in Saint John at Rockwood Park & Inside Out Nature Centre! With 55 walking/hiking trails, kayak, canoe, paddle board, pedal boat, bikes & hydro bike rentals, guided hikes & bike tours and rock climbing there is something for everyone to enjoy the great outdoors. Enjoy a lakeside lunch at Lily's restaurant, a spa treatment with "At the Lake Spa & Studio" and stay even longer by booking a cabin at the Camp Ground!
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Pack a picnic and enjoy your day with friends & family at Rockwood Park & Inside Out Nature Centre. Whether you're celebrating a girls day out, a corporate retreat or a family occasion, we can plan your adventure every step of the way.
With 55 walking/hiking trails, an 18 hole golf course, aquatic driving range, kids playground, 2 supervised beaches, kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, pedal boats, bikes & hydro bike rentals, guided hikes & bike tours and rock climbing there is something for everyone. For those looking for something a bit more adventurous we offer guiding bike tours, kayak tours, and walking tours.
Enjoy a lakeside lunch at Lily's restaurant, a spa treatment with "At the Lake Spa & Studio" and stay even longer by booking a cabin at the Camp Ground!
Inside Out Nature Centre & Go Fundy Events acknowledges that our tours and programming take place on the traditional unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq and Peskotomuhkati peoples.
This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which these nations first signed with the British Crown in 1726.
The treaties did not deal with the surrender of lands and resources, but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations.
Welcome to Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark!
We love Sparking Curiosity about the Earth!
With a landscape created by the collision of continents, the closing and opening of oceans, volcanoes, earthquakes, ice ages and climate change, Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark includes geological stories from the late precambrian time a billion years ago to the most recent Ice Age, and almost everything in between.
As North America’s first geopark, Stonehammer is about geology, but it is also about the people, society and culture. You can hike, kayak, rock climb, zip, eat and tour… you’ll have fun every step of the way!
A Geopark is an area recognized by UNESCO to have exceptional geological heritage. This simply means that the area has a natural landscape that is good for education, has a significant scientific value, is particularly rare or it is simply beautiful to look at.
Geoparks aren’t just about geology though, they also take in locations with interesting archaeology, wildlife and habitats, history, folklore and culture, all of which are intricately linked with the underlying geology.
DAILY OPERATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON, BUT WE CAN STILL OPEN UP FOR EVENTS, GROUP BOOKINGS, AND TOURS.
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