The Most Definitive Guide to Hiking in New Brunswick
The Town of Grand Bay-Westfield is situated along the Saint John River between where Nerepis and Kennebecasis Rivers flow into it. The Centennial Trail is a long crushed rock trail that follows along the road and railbed with views of the river and the Kingston Peninsula on the other side. Grand Bay-Westfield is also home to the Blueberry Hill Nature Preserve. The Nature Preserve has several trails that access an undeveloped piece of shoreline.
If you are looking for a big adventure check out the Turtle Mountain Trail. This trail follows old roads for 11 kilometres into the woods behind the town. The trail ends by climbing up to the granite dome that gives Turtle Mountain its name.