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Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve

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 ( 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.