Explore the most popular lake 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.

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

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.

fun park around the reservoir with multiple trails for hiking

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

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

Fantastic walking trail. Well maintained and easy to follow.

walking
2 months ago

Went in March; it was a little cool for walking but still enjoyable, I would love to go again in the summer months!

Currently abandoned by the town. Plans to revamp it though

Nice park-not a hike, but more of a walk.

A lovely loop, lots to see. It is off leash in the Owen lake/moose trax/long lake portion of the hike. Cherry Brook Zoo rd is on leash only.

Short, but good terrain

hiking
10 months ago

Trail frequently used from Bennett lake to Tracey lake and very easy to hike. Tracey lake to Laverty lake is a bit different as it's a younger trail but very enjoyable nonetheless.

backpacking
11 months ago

You need land owner permission to access the private road past the white gate. If you do not have their permission it is about 15 km in and back.
We love this trail and try to do it yearly. It is a lovely walk through the woods for the majority of the walk. It is not until the last km or so that you are walking up a steep granite dome. However once you reach the top it is magnificent! We heard loons in all throughout the evening and early morning . It was magical. The light pollution is little, so perfect for night photos. You can see the city of St John and the Bay of Fundy in the distance.
For more info go tohttp://www.hikingnb.ca/Trails/LowerSJRiver/GrandBayWestfield/TurtleMountain.html

Doesn't seem to be used anymore

mountain biking
Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Great trails. Lots of hills and rooty sections

hiking
5 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

trail running
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

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