Explore the most popular dogs on leash 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.

Hidden little gem in Fundy. Enjoy hikes by rushing water/waterfalls and this didn’t disappoint. It made for a nice easy walk my 4 year old and I could do together.

1 day ago

Fantastic Trail. Started at Big Salmon River, and finished in Fundy National Park, and that took us 3.5 days. Trail is well marked with white blazes although white moss on many trees made it interesting at times :). Lots of ascents and descents as you successively go from brook at sea-level to hill-top over and over throughout the journey. Great views and significant hiking in the woods to shield from the ocean winds. Next time I intend to try reverse direction.

This trail is one of my absolute favorites in the park. You can make it a quick overnight camping / backpacking adventure or a day trip. Whichever is your fancy be sure to go for a dip in the point wolfe river at the bottom of the ravine.
If you make it a loop and go towards Marven lake and Goose River be aware that you will walk along the main road for the last km or so making it about a 12km loop. I always prefer a loop to in and back the same way! Marven Lake and Goose River are an old cart path (double wide, loose gravel path)

Bring water shoes if you don't want your hikers wet for the return trip. The rocks are sharp and tricky to navigate without footwear. The NW side of the Foster brook trail is a steep ascent if you choose the loop.

A bit boggy in the riverview end but all in all a great trail for a multi-night hiking n camping:)

Will take your breath away.
Best to hike early to mid October before the leaves are falling. I would recommend taking the hard trail up and come back the same side but with the easy trail this time. Coming back on the other side will be walking several KM on loose rock on a straight paths with only a 90 degree angle. Difficult on the ankles to come back on that side of the mountain.

Been there in search of three caves.
Found two along Rockpile Road called Howes cave.
Won't disappoint but bring lots of water cause the refueling area are scarce.

Not the best trail in the park since over 1/3 is the road leading to the boat drop off.
Trail is often closed for renovations over the years it seems.
Have been sticking to the regular trails from the park but for those of you competitionists then enjoy.

trail running
9 days ago

Slippery when wet...

10 days ago

Great hike ! Do it soon before it’s gone !

10 days ago

Great trail down to Hopewell Rocks. Gorgeous scenery at end of trail.

14 days ago

Awesome little trail and if it weren’t for so many of is tourists, it’d be incredibly peaceful! I can see why reviewers before me gave it such a good score.

14 days ago

A good little hike to a nice, peaceful beach (depending on tide) and loops to follow a stream on the back half. Definitely worth the stop if you’re in the park, and right near Matthews Head Trail if you’re interested in doing both, OR, you can start the Coastal trail here as well.

15 days ago

Loved it . Good hike !

16 days ago

This was a quick, easy hike and the views are wonderful.

fun park around the reservoir with multiple trails for hiking

We didn’t do the perimeter road. Instead, we opted to do the perimeter trails. A number of trails intersect to take you around the coast. This gets you closer to the water, than the road. It also clocks in at around 7-km.

We set off early in the morning and had a great view of some Great Blue Herons and numerous smaller birds, squirrels and chipmunks. Some pictures attached.

mountain biking
20 days ago

at the Northern end of the park there's a place called Bike Zone has a couple nice sets of table tops 1 flow Trail One technical Trail

Worth the stop if I’m the area, especially at low tide.

Easy trail but worth the time.

This trails goes farther up the river than described here. I believe total there and back from the fork is 16.4 km parts of it were a little more complex as you had to watch your footing. Overall a great trail really makes you feel like you are in the wilderness. A few river crossings but a rope was provided for you and the water was very refreshing while hiking.

beautiful trail. quiet and peaceful

One of my favourites! Great for trail running, and hiking.

Awesome hike with an amazing waterfall at the end. The trail follows a constant downhill grade right to the falls (2.2 miles). It gets a little steep at the end but still quite manageable. Not too difficult as long as you are agile and somewhat in shape. Once you reach the stream, keep going down and towards the left. (This part is a bit tricky but not too bad). After a couple minutes, you will reach the waterfall! The hike back is all uphill. At a steady pace, this entire trip (including a 25 minute break at the falls) took us a total of 1 hour 50 minutes (4.4 miles) Totally worth it!

Please tell me if I’m wrong but I went to this trail and it was near the old abandoned motel. The trail was overgrown and hard to follow and left an overall eerie vibe.

This is a beautiful and amazing walk and a must for birders and also very wheelchair accessible, I will certainly be back many times

1 month ago

Nice trail. Great landscapes and views.
Trail marking is perfect but some part of the trail are not well maintened.

Wonderful hike. Moderate difficulty on the hike up but the loop down is very easy and comfortable. Highly recommend. Also the camping lots are huge and beautiful and the lake is amazing.

trail running
1 month ago

Really good trail for an easy and quick run

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