Kouchibouguac National Park
Named after the Tweedies who once lived here, the trail provides magnificent views of the Kouchibouguac River, fields, forest, and marshes.
The double loops along this trail allow hikers to either take a shortcut or go the long way around. The banks of the river are ideal for picnics and spring trout fishing.
This point, which juts out into the river, was a busy place at the end of the 19th century. It was the site of a shipyard and several large sailing ships were built in this location.
Look out for poison ivy found along the trail near the river.
The Tweedie trail is closed until further notice due to the presence of Poison Ivy and maintenance needed along the trail.
Know your physical limits
Kouchibouguac’s wilderness is famous for its hiking and bicycle trails. Choose a trail that is challenging but enjoyable for you.
Pack for comfort and safety
A sweater and a windbreaker are good insurance against variable weather. We recommend footwear with good traction and support. Pack fresh water and a snack, even if you’re planning a short hike.
Plan your route and stick to it
Let someone know where you plan on hiking and your estimated time of return.
Stay on marked trails
For your own safety and to preserve the ecological integrity of our park.
Leave no trace
Please carry out all garbage, yours and any you may find on the trail.
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