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. The Trans Canada Trail connects Quispamsis to Rothesay, starting on Route 119, near the Gondola Point Ferry.