Odell Park is a 135-ha (333-acre) park located in the heart of Fredericton. It's a sample of the once widespread northern hardwood forest that stretched unbroken from the Saint John River Valley to the Appalachian Mountains in New England. It is home to 420 hemlock trees that are more than 400 years old and a number of endangered, threatened and rare species. Winter features include an outdoor rink, sliding hill and cross-country ski trails.
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