Sites and Attractions
Saint-Quentin Golf Club
Saint-Quentin Snowmobile Club Inc.
"Le lob" Tennis Club
Firendship Trail Club inc. (ATV)
Steps in History
Roy Heritage House
Mount Carleton Provincial Park
75 Labrie road
Saint-Quentin, NB, E8A 2C9
Telephone : 506-235-2578
Operating season : May to early OctoberA magnificent 9 hole golf club with an exceptional course and impeccable greens. Licensed establishment with terrace and food service on site. Establishment is available for rental during the winter season for family or other gatherings. Stop in and take advantage of life’s little pleasures!
21 Labrie Street
Saint-Quentin, NB, E8A 1R9
Telephone : 506-235-2711
Operating season : Winter
We’re in the mountains here. The trails, white as sugar, lead to the summit of the Maritimes. Follow trails 19 and 28 to get to Saint Quentin. The club organizes a variety of activities, including a Benediction Day, a Saint Valentine’s Day adventure, a Super Steak Day and more! Discover the Appalachian Chain’s white gold!
10 Deschênes Street
Saint-Quentin, NB, E8A 1M1
Telephone : 506-235-1951
Operating season : May to September
A delightful tennis club comprised of four fully lit courts.
229, Mgr Martin Street
Saint-Quentin, NB, E8A 1W4
Telephone : 506-235-2782
Operating season : January to December
Among the activities organized by the club are outings in the forest, activities during the Winter Carnival, scavenger
hunt rallies, snowshoe rallies, family activities, a deer antler competition, suppers and card game evenings.
PO Box 1411, Rural road 5&6
Saint-Quentin, NB, E8A 1A2
Telephone : 506-235-2693
Operating season : January to December
Summer or winter, the members can enjoy, in addition to the main chalet, five rest areas along the trail. Poker runs, casino
Phone : 1-506-235-3282 / 1-888-666-2425
Open : May to October
Discover this heritage touring route linking Saint-Quentin’s 18 heritage sites that locals and visitors can enjoy on foot, by car, on roller blades or by bicycle.
A brochure outlining the route and sites is available at the Old Train Station Tourist Centre. In addition, each site has a sign explaining the history of the building.
Bicycles may be rented at the train station and an audio (mp3) version is available.
212, Canada Street
Telephone : 506-235-3015
Operating season : June to August
The Roy Heritage House was built in 1924. This historical jewel is a reproduction of an old-fashioned general store.
Website : http://www.nbparks.ca/en-ca/01373/index. htm
You will fall in love with this local treasure, being seduced for days on end by its hiking and cycling trails, canoeing activities, camping facilities (wilderness and non-wilderness) and swimming spots. It is the largest wilderness park in
New Brunswick – a kingdom of lakes, rivers, mountains and forests. From the top of Mount Carleton – 820 metres or 2690 feet in altitude – you can contemplate nature at its most spectacular!
Mount Carleton Provincial Park, also known as the summit of the Maritimes, is the ideal place for exploring the Appalachian Chain. A veritable open-air paradise, this park of unspoiled nature has everything to seduce those who love the outdoors:cross-country ski and snowmobile trails, fishing, beaches, wildlife observation, and mountain climbing (the park has 11 different climbs), including Mount Carleton, the highest mountain in the Atlantic provinces. A mountain of adventures awaits you in the heights of the Restigouche region.
Our magnificent corner of New Brunswick houses a Canadian Heritage river, the best salmon river in the world – the Restigouche River. Glide down a river “that flows out of Eden”. Be at one with nature that has hardly changed in 200 years. Join the world’s movers and shakers, drawn here by “the best salmon river in the world”! 55 km long
and internationally renowned for its beauty and Atlantic salmon fishing, the Restigouche welcomes hundreds of visitors each year. It is an ideal vacation spot for fishing, canoeing and nature enthusiasts.
Map of the Restigouche River
Rallye Open Air Trail Club Inc. (ATV)