Edmundston hugs the St John and Madawaska rivers, with a waterfront golf club and baseball field, cosy cafes and historic buildings complementing its scenic setting. This charming city is perfect for relaxation and adventure among nature, thanks to its mountain biking trails, regular art shows, forested camping sites and ski fields.
Things to do
Learn more about Edmundston at the city’s fascinating museums, such as the Madawaska Historical Museum, which features a miniature railway, a working centuries-old forge, antiques and contemporary artwork. Afterwards, check out the iconic Petit-Sault Fortin, where you can step inside a recreated traditional house with vintage furnishings.
Want to immerse yourself in nature? Stroll through the tranquil New Brunswick Botanical Garden, which sits on the Madawaska River and showcases more than eight hectares of seasonal flowers, arboretums and themed gardens. The nearby Provincial Park Gardens of the Republic offers camping by the river, regular music shows and walking paths.
If you’re looking for some adrenalin-pumping fun, head to Mont Farlagne during winter. This skiing and snowboarding area is just north of Edmundston and offers excellent trails for all skill levels. During summer, head to Fraser Edmundston Golf Club to tee off at an immaculate 18-hole golf course.
The centre of Edmundston is perfect for casual dining and shopping, the latter of which centres around the Carrefour Assomption shopping mall. Here you can find national retailers and unique boutiques, including Fashionista and Studio Mode. Grab a sweet treat at the Boulangerie Chez-Francois Bakery or hearty food and beer at the Les Brasseurs du Petit-Sault brewpub.
Edmundston is serviced by the Trans-Canada Highway and U.S. Highway 1, along with long-distance buses. The city is easily explored on foot or bicycle, while a hire car is best for venturing further afield.
We value your privacy
Do not sell my info
* The definition of "sale" under the California Consumer Privacy Act is applicable only to California consumers.