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New Brunswick, Rockwood Park, Fishers Lakes 2
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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 a 10 fresh water lakes and over 26 km of trails.

Fisher Lake has a trail going all around it. As the name implies fishing often happens here, as is happening now.

Copyright: Jim Watters
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8400x4200
Taken: 05/07/2012
Uploaded: 07/07/2012
Updated: 21/07/2014
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Tags: new brunswick; saint john; rockwood park; trail; hiking; walking; fisher lake; fishing
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