A Walk In Odell Park

The centerpiece of the Fredericton’s park lands is the highly acclaimed Odell Park, renowned as one of the most beautiful parks of its kind in Canada.

Among the many distinguishing features of this 400 acre park are a duck pond, arboretum and botanical garden. Encompassing 400 acres in the heart of the City, Odell Park’s ambiance contributes much to Fredericton’s reputation as a “last surviving hometown of America”.

At Odell Park, amid woodlands and fields that once formed the estate of Reverend Jonathan Odell, people find space to play and commune with nature in all seasons of the year.
Odell Park 2015 202 The Odell family called their vast estate Rookwood, a name which today survives on the avenue leading to Odell Park’s main entrance. Officially proclaimed in 1954, the park has been enhanced with lawns, duck ponds and a multi-purpose visitors centre which the Queen Mother opened in 1967.
Odell Park

Odell Park

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Odell Park

Odell Park

Odell Park

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Odell Park

Odell Park

Odell Park

Odell Park

Odell Park

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