Explore the most popular Camping trails in New Brunswick with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
flooded
muddy
rocky
18 days ago

Is 30+km (NOT 21km) We just parked on hwy where the dot showed up but there is a dirt road that has a sign stating Turtle Mtn starts here and gate can be locked at anytime, so we walked it. The walk is decent following atv trails. It does get confusing at sections to where trail goes, where suddenly trails are popping up all over. So following the app map made it easy for us to navigate. Overall the trail stays easy nothing overly strenuous. We did hike after rain fall days before so a big part of the way there was figuring out ways past giant streams or ponds across the trail. Thankful I was wearing wool socks as my feet were very wet by the end. Dogs were very happy on this hike! And they are right the hike is worth it, the view is amazing!! This is definitely an all day event. We left the hwy at 930 and returned at 515.

running
muddy
rocky
washed out
1 month ago

Ran on a beautiful sunny day. This trail is in good condition for running. lots of water so be prepared to get soaked feet! Took 2.5hrs including picture breaks.

on Méruimticook Trail

hiking
1 month ago

The trail is in excellent condition, well maintained and marked.

There is a shuttle you need to pre book online through the parks website for two dollars each that drives you (at 9am) from the park entrance to the interpretation Centre. This way you do not have to do this trail out and back. The shuttle also can continue on to Long Beach where you can take the Fundy footpath to the interpretation Centre if you want to make the hike a little longer. Make a point of going all the way down to Melvin’s beach. it’s beautiful. On the way back up there is an unmarked gravel trail that follows the coast for a little bit before it connects you back to the multi use trail. Highly recommend this trail.

Best hike I've done... be prepared to cross rivers/waterfalls. Check tidal charts as well! Beautiful views...

hiking
blowdown
muddy
1 month ago

I did the first 45 km. very nice but it is a trail with challenges for those who have a hiking experience. Positive: very well marked with blue marks. many beautiful views. several sit to camp along the trail. Many streams and the water is excellent. Flat very muddy and flooded in places (especially km 5 to 10). I recommend doing it in dry weather and in autumn when the mosquitoes goes out. Cellular networks almost nonexistent. several trees on the path. This trail is a local treasure, it should be better publicized, maintained and the different entry point could be more inviting.

Stunning trail following the red trail along the cliffs. Path is difficult in places, up and down with fallen trees. It was slow going. Views over the cliffs are spectacular. To see the hole in the wall you need to carry on around the head on the red trail. An easier way to get to it is following the signs via the camp site roads. But it’s more fun to follow the trail.

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail - moderate conditions. Overall fairly flat other than the ascent to the peak. Some wet spots but able to walk around. My fitbit said 11 km from gate to peak. 2.5 hours each way for us! The view is totally worth it!!

my phone died after we reached the peak, so I only recorded one way. What an incredible trail. Moderate to challenging with amazing panoramic views from the Fire Watch Tower. A must see part of the Appalachian Mountains

hiking
2 months ago

Nice hike, beautiful view at the top! It was great!

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Nice trail, dog friendly and a great view. around 2:30 to 3 hours.

hiking
over grown
2 months ago

Beautiful hike! Really want to do this one again in nicer weather. Thunder scared us back down, haha. Gorgeous view at top from what we could see, though partially covered by fog.

hiking
2 months ago

Tough but fun. I only did 15km on south west end. Beautiful views.

hiking
2 months ago

really nice difficult but amazing trail like landscape and camping site

Great multi-day hike from Moncton to St. Martins. Both the Dobson trail and Fundy footpath were in great shape.

trail was a bit confusing...we missed the actual beginning. looking at the Mt. from parking lot...walk to the right side to begin...up the left trail, down the right. gorgeous views...no cell reception so plan for this. long drive but a terrific medium length hike! fire tower is neat. $7 per vehicle. CASH only. :)

Great trail! Seems to be less travelled than some of the other trails in the park, and is definitely less busy than Laverty Falls if you're looking for a different hike. the linear trail leads you through some beautiful forests and along some streams to the site of the Upper Salmon River. there is a small waterfall slightly down river and a nice spot to swim and have lunch. keep in mind that the way back out of the trail has some decent inclines - good footwear and hiking poles are recommended.

4 adults 6 kids two trucks and a hurricane chasing us down off the mountain in the rain and I’d do it all over again it was awesome

Trail has three water crossings, two high and fast (but short) one long and knee level. Watch for spray paint on the rocks as the trail can be hard to follow. Section after Black hole has guide wires as the trail is narrow and steep. Very much a black diamond trail but worth the hike.

hiking
3 months ago

Loved this trail lots of hills definitely challenging. Views along the river were very nice too, however no bridge to cross the river to continue the other part of the trail. Water was too deep with a strong current.

hiking
muddy
rocky
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

My hiking partner and I just completed the trail. The trail can be described as primitive. It is not as isolated as I was originally led to believe. Strenuous up and down from stream to plateau. They don’t waste anytime getting you from sea level to 600 or 700 ft. We went west to east from interpretive center to Fundy National Park. Only Seeley Brook, Little Salmon River, Telegraph Brook, and Goose Creek have privies. Avoid Quiddy River, as many locals frequent this site (we met a family of five with a generator running who had camped for a week. They came in on ATV.). They seem to be down playing the Goose River tidal crossing, as trail is unkept and bypass trail is in great condition. We took five days , and did side trips to Eye of the Needle and Martin Head. Eye of the Needle is about 30 min up Little Salmon River, then follow blue blazes. Bring water shoes for frequent river crossings. Distances on map are not accurate. Entire trail is about 48 km, plus 12 km in Fundy National Park. At western end, mileage is as crow flies versus actual switchback and trail distance.

took us three days averaged around 20km a day the first 20 had a lot of bugs but after that hardly any was some spots where you weren't 100 percent sure where to go but it didn't take long to figure out with the guide and gps. some nice views some decent up hill challenges. the bigger campsites are very nice and most have a stream near by for cooking and getting water. I never ran out of water the whole trip

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