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The two RV Gypsies at Wolastaq Park
- Saint John, New Brunswick
Wolastaq Park is located just across the street from the Reversing Falls (area 2 overlook). After the two RV Gypsies climbed several stairs, the view of the Saint John River was outstanding.
sign - Wolastoq Parkclipart - history book
sign at Wolastoq Park regarding its name
sign at Wolastoq Park regarding history
wooden carvings of a Koluskap and Beaver
Karen Duquette checked out the size of the beaver carving at Wolastaq Park
Karen Duquette by the wooden carving at Wolastoq Park
sign at Wolastaq Park about the Koluskap and Beaver
Below: Photo of a sign at Wolastaq Park showing Irving Pulp & Paper Mill, the bridge, and both view sides of St. John River and the Reversing Falls.
Photo of a sign at Wolastaq Park
Below: Two Panorama views of the area as taken from Wolastaq Park
Panorama views of the area as taken from Wolastaq Park
Panorama views of the area as taken from Wolastaq Park
The photos below were taken at the bottom of Wolastaq Park. There were also two restaurants and a gift shop located there, that were not photographed at this time.
flags
sign about the Reversing Falls
Flags and a sign about the Reversing Falls
sign about the Reversing Falls
look below
continue on to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies Village of Saint Martins, New Brunswick
Sea Caves and the famous Fundy Trail