This small and modern town has preserved both its warmth and its rustic character and is brimming with joie de vivre, discoveries and unforgettable experiences. In one glance, enjoy a magnificent view of New Brunswick from the top of Mount Carleton. Discover the Restigouche River, the world's best salmon river, and satisfy your sweet tooth in Atlantic Canada's maple capital!
Discover Saint-Quentin’s past at the historic Roy Heritage Home and the 16 historic sites found along the Steps in History heritage trail.
Play a round of golf at the splendid 9-hole course or take advantage of the walking, hiking, ATV and snowmobile trails. What better way to discover the beauty of the Appalachians!
Many activities will be available during the summer season, including the Festival Western of Saint-Quentin, one of the largest of its kind in eastern Canada and the only one in the Maritime provinces. Other not-to-be-missed festivals include the Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada Festival held each spring and the magical Saint-Quentin Winter Carnival.
Stop by the visitor information centre in the Old Train Station Tourist Centre to get information about local events and area attractions. We look forward to meeting you!