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From Fredericton South take Route 102 west along the Saint John River. After approximately 15 km take the exit to Route 105 and Keswick Ridge, and turn right at the yield sign. Continue down over the hill and across the Mactaquac Hydro Dam. Continue straight and you will soon cross a causeway and pass a marina. Climb a long hill with a gas station on your right and at the top of the hill you should start to see the Mactaquac Park golf course on your left. The main entrance to the park is after the golf course.
From Fredericton north take Route 105 west along the river. After approximately 19 km you will come down over a long hill and see the Mactaquac Hydro Dam on your left. At the stop sign at the bottom of the hill turn right. Continue on route 105 and you will soon cross a causeway and pass a marina then climb a long hill. You should start to see the Mactaquac Park golf course on your left through the trees. The main entrance to the park is just past the golf course.
From route 2 at Pinder take exit 231 towards Nackawic. Cross a bridge on the main Saint John River, then you will soon cross another smaller bridge on the Nackawic Stream. Continue on route 105 east along the river for another 39 km and you will come to the main gate at the park.
Mactauquac Provincial Park is located just across from the Mactaquac Hydro-Electric Dam. The park provides opportunities for many different outdoor activities including swimming at the beach, golfing, camping, tree-go, and a marina. There are also many hiking trails throughout the park that show the different habitats within the park. The beauty of the area and the proximity to the City of Fredericton make this a great park to explore.
This park is in the Hiking NB trail guide for the Lower St. John River Valley Region - Meductic to Fredericton. The guide is available for download below:
Other trails in the park:
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Page Last Updated August 9, 2013.