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For those that have the need for speed, opt for the jet boat tour and speed through the rapids.
This ride is fully equipped with sharp turns and high speeds – make sure you bring an extra pair of clothes, you will get wet on this ride.
There are varying lengths for those from all walks of life to enjoy – from casual wanderers to avid hikers.
Choose to walk in the direction of the boardwalk that extends into the salt marsh.
It’s only at this time that the river becomes calm.
The Bay’s tides continue to rise and reverse the flow of the river, and rapids form again, peaking at high tide. To truly appreciate this phenomenon, it is recommended to visit just before the end of low tide.
Known as the jewel of the historic west side of Saint John, Irving Nature Park is located on the coastline that winds along the Bay of Fundy.
At low tide, the river empties into the bay causing a series of rapids and whirlpools.
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