Walking and hiking enthusiasts in Quispamsis won’t be disappointed. Whether you are looking for a leisurely stroll through town, or wanting a more rugged natural challenge, there is a trail for all interests. Most trails are accessible from many residential neighborhoods.
Residents are reminded that dogs are not permitted to run at large. Please ensure your dog is on a leash that is no more than three metres long. When out for a walk with your dog, stoop & scoop bags and garbage bins are available at the entrance to all trails for your convenience.
|Hammond River Walking Trails||Moderately challenging wilderness terrain||5 km (depending on route)|
|Homestar Off Leash Dog Park||Moderate climb||1 km loop|
|Matthew’s Cove Trail||Easy||1 km|
|Matthew’s and Saunders Brook Trails||Easy||9 km|
|Meenan’s Cove Park Trail||Easy||1 km loop|
|Ritchie Lake Park Trail||Easy||1 km|
Trail Development – Connecting Quispamsis
There are 14 kilometres of trails that network throughout Quispamsis. Before 2017, the town will have its portion of the Trans Canada Trail open from the Rothesay border to the Gondola Point Ferry.