Fredericton, NB Trails and Parks

Fredericton has 14 trails in the vicinity, including 11 hiking trails and 3 for mountain biking. These trails range from 0.6 to 9 miles in length. The most popular trail is Maliseet Trail and Archer's Alley. Trails.com member Jean Robert R. recently completed Archer's Alley.
  • New Brunswick, Canada

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    Fredericton, NB

    New Brunswick, an Atlantic province, shares a common border with Maine, but once you enter the area you know you’re not in New England anymore. Of the approximately 34,000 Loyalists who fled ...
    •  Up to a week's worth of fun.
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    New Brunswick, an Atlantic province, shares a common border with Maine, but once you enter the area you know you’re not in ...

  • New Brunswick - Insiders' Guide

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    Fredericton, NB

    New Brunswick, the gateway to Atlantic Canada, is a province of brilliant contrasts. It is truly bilingual; both French and English are taught in public schools. And it is bicultural as well, ...
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    New Brunswick, the gateway to Atlantic Canada, is a province of brilliant contrasts. It is truly bilingual; both French and ...

  • Dunbar Falls

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    Fredericton, NB

    Dunbar Falls is a favourite waterfall for many people in York County, especially those living in the Durham Bridge area.
    •  15 min
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    Dunbar Falls is a favourite waterfall for many people in York County, especially those living in the Durham Bridge area.

  • Trout Brook Falls (The Twins)

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    Fredericton, NB

    Some folks know this waterfall as the Twins , but its official name is Trout Brook Falls.
    •  45 min
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    Some folks know this waterfall as the Twins , but its official name is Trout Brook Falls.

  • Dunbar Falls Trail

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    Fredericton, NB

    The trail provides easy access to the unusually wide Dunbar Falls. Trail Condition: wet spots.
    •  0.5 hours
    •  0.6 miles
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    The trail provides easy access to the unusually wide Dunbar Falls. Trail Condition: wet spots.

  • Odell Park Loop

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    Fredericton, NB

    Along this old-forest loop, interpretive signs at the Arboretum Nature Trail indicate different species of trees, shrubs, and ferns native to New Brunswick. Some trees are four hundred years ...
    •  1.5 hours
    •  3.1 miles
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    Along this old-forest loop, interpretive signs at the Arboretum Nature Trail indicate different species of trees, shrubs, ...

  • Nackawic Nature Trail

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    Fredericton, NB

    The main attractions of this trail are the many fine views across the scenic St. John River and a number of historic sites. Picnic sites and benches are plentiful, and in July black-eyed Susans ...
    •  1.25 hours
    •  2.5 miles
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    The main attractions of this trail are the many fine views across the scenic St. John River and a number of historic sites. ...

  • Hiker’s Dream Nature Trail

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    Fredericton, NB

    The trail allows access to the Pokiok Stream, a dam, and its peaceful headpond. It also features very nice stands of hardwoods, particularly birches. Trail Condition: rooty in parts.
    •  1 hour
    •  2.1 miles
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    The trail allows access to the Pokiok Stream, a dam, and its peaceful headpond. It also features very nice stands of hardwoods, ...

  • Streamside Nature Trail

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    Fredericton, NB

    The main features of the trail are the Pokiok Stream and its streamside vegetation, including trilliums and fiddleheads in the spring. Signs along the trail point to interesting natural features ...
    •  0.3 hours
    •  0.75 miles
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    The main features of the trail are the Pokiok Stream and its streamside vegetation, including trilliums and fiddleheads in ...

  • Lookout – Partridge – Beechnut Nature Trail

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    Fredericton, NB

    The main features of this nature walk are the scenery in its first part and the access to the Pokiok Stream, which is particularly impressive in the spring. Trail Condition: crushed rock at first, ...
    •  1 hour
    •  2 miles
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    The main features of this nature walk are the scenery in its first part and the access to the Pokiok Stream, which is particularly ...

  • Maliseet Trail

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    Fredericton, NB

    This well-maintained trail gently ascends through open softwoods onto a beautiful hardwood ridge, where it levels off and swings to the left. At about 1.5 km (0.9 mi) you come to a fork. Turning ...
    •  1 hour
    •  2.1 miles
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    This well-maintained trail gently ascends through open softwoods onto a beautiful hardwood ridge, where it levels off and ...

  • Woolastook

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    Fredericton, NB

    The trail is 6 miles west of Fredericton off the Trans-Canada Highway. Woolastook Park is recently privatized; the park has been rejuvenated and redesigned to accommodate a broad range of visitors. ...
    •  4.3 miles
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    The trail is 6 miles west of Fredericton off the Trans-Canada Highway. Woolastook Park is recently privatized; the park has ...

  • Odell Park

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    Fredericton, NB

    The trail is located in Fredericton, on the south side of the Saint John River. Odell Park is situated on a hillside overlooking Fredericton. The main trail through the park is a well-graded, ...
    •  3.6 miles
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    The trail is located in Fredericton, on the south side of the Saint John River. Odell Park is situated on a hillside overlooking ...

  • Archer's Alley

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    Fredericton, NB

    The trail is located in Fredericton, on the north shore of the Saint John River. Archer's Alley is the work-in-progress of an avid rider who operates according to the principal that if you want ...
    •  9 miles
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    The trail is located in Fredericton, on the north shore of the Saint John River. Archer's Alley is the work-in-progress of ...