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New Brunswick, Saint John, Rockwood Park, Long Lake Trail at bridge
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Rockwood Park is enjoyed by hikers, walkers, joggers, skaters, swimmers, canoers, kayakers, golfers, bird-watchers, animal lovers, horseback riders, cross country skiers, berry pickers, dogs, geologist, and anyone that just enjoys the out doors.

Rockwood Park has 10 fresh water lakes and over 26 km of trails.

The Long Lake Trail is a wilderness tail in the Center of the park off the main Zoo Trail. The trail goes around Long Lake. Here at the northern tip a small stream flows out of the lake under the bridge.

Copyright: Jim Watters
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Caricate: 07/06/2012
Aggiornato: 21/07/2014
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Tags: new brunswick; saint john; rockwood park; long lake; hiking; walking; bridge; long lake trail; lake; water; stream
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