The Peninsular Coast Quad Trail will take you to what many are calling the winter quad capital, while seven interconnected quad clubs are committed to offering high-quality trails that span over 1,000 km.
Four different lodging accommodations provide direct access to the Peninsular Coast Quad Trail. You can opt for the Best Western Plus in Bathurst, the Super 8 Hotel in Caraquet, the “Chalets de la Plage” in Bas-Caraquet, as well as the Beauséjour Motel and the Chez-Raymond restaurant in Neguac.
Almost all the municipalities on this circuit provide access to their streets which allows visitors and quad bikers to access essential service points.
You will not be able to leave this region without visiting its trademark on its trails, the famous Tipis. This region also has an unrivalled number of gathering places that turn into musical events on the Friday and Saturday winter nights. Paquetville is the epicenter of this circuit and in the wintertime, it becomes a popular meeting spot for quad bikers. And when you stop by Shippagan's Pizza Delight restaurant, don't miss your chance to admire the many fishing boats on the "Slip".
In the summertime, clubs are limited to closed courses which still offer you terrific opportunities for one-day excursions that can go up to 200 km round trip. However, you will have to trailer your quad bike with another vehicle to get from one club to another. Many projects are in development to address this. Shippagan is waiting for you at the foot of the wharf. Stop at the “Carrefour-de-la-Mer” in Caraquet. The coastal trail between Saint-Leolin and Bathurst will leave you with irreplaceable experiences along breathtaking coastal landscapes while crossing farm land. And what about the Great Tracadie, also with a vibrant cultural life.
Browse the regions 2, 3 and 4 for the points of services.