Village of Kedgwick

The village of Kedgwick sits in the heart of the Appalachian-mountain country, where you will find a rich history, breathtaking beauty and endless opportunities for exploration!

Kedgwick’s history dates back to the early 1900s when many French-Canadian families were drawn to the area by the county’s rich forest and plentiful waters. See for yourself what life was like ‘way back when’ at the Kedgwick Forestry Museum. Join the crew at the 1930s heritage lumber village for cookouts, folklore, and bunkhouse living… learn about New Brunswick's largest industry in the most authentic way you can as you play the part of the camp cook!

The natural beauty and wide-open spaces in the Kedgwick area provide an excellent setting to enjoy a variety of terrific outdoor experiences… fish or kayak the rivers and hike or bike the surrounding mountains.

Anglers looking to get a few tips need look no further than the experts at our fishing camps, and hunters will delight in the bounty provided by our woods.

In the fall the beauty of the area is second to none as the trees turn brilliant shades of orange and red. Join us as we celebrate the changing of the season with our 6-day "Festival d'Automne" (Fall fest). Meet "Wick the Partridge," the festival’s friendly mascot, who exemplifies the warm welcome of the local residents. Take part in the many organized activities, offering something for all interests and all ages!