A beautiful walking bridge and trail systems to enjoy.Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve is located in the city of Saint John, on the border with the neighbouring town of Grand Bay-Westfield. Conserved by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, this nature preserve is one of the last undeveloped properties in the area and supports a variety of ecosystems. Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve features 2 km (1.2 mi) of looping trail systems for visitors to explore. The trail leads you across Henderson Brook on a walking bridge where you can stop and take in views of the wetland. There are two trails: Stevens Loop Trail and Hamm Loop Trail. The Hamm Loop Trail includes a lookout spot with benches to view Grand Bay. The main entrance is from Bayview Road in Grand-Bay Westfield where there is a parking area and a walking trail to the preserve. Just follow the blueberry signs! This is also a great spot for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter months. Find the ExploreEcoNB mobile application on Apple, Android, and Windows app stores (www.ExploreEcoNB.com) for directions to this nature preserve, as well as information about other Nature Trust of New Brunswick nature preserves and many more natural areas to explore throughout the province.
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