The southeastern region of New Brunswick stands out for its flat land, its large Memramcook Valley, its proximity to two neighboring provinces and its accessibility to the great center of Moncton. The Southeast Quad Trail offers a three-day stay and you will have a new experience with each outing.
Visitors will make a point of circulating on these trails which bring together five of the 9 region 5 QuadNB clubs. Work is underway to access streets of Shediac with even the possibility of going to Parlee Beach by quad, while other communities are awaiting approval of new accesses that will maximize your stay.
These few hundred kilometers of trails will lead you to natural attractions such as: a view on the other side of the Petitcodiac River from the tip of Dorchester, view of Nova Scotia on a day in the clear sky, the small stream between Memramcook and Sackville called Memramcook Beach by the locals, the new path to get to Cape Tormentine, without forgetting Black Lake and the Gaspareau River and the historic site of the Beaumont Church in Memramcook.
The Southeast Valley Quad Trail will offer two places to stay in Shediac even with the new access to the streets and one in Sackville which was approved in 2019. When you sleep in Sackville, you will need to take the opportunity to walk on the pedestrian walkway that surrounds Waterfowl Park. In Shediac or Sackville, take the opportunity to get a taste of their cultural life during your break after returning from a day filled with beautiful new quad experiences.
Whether you are coming from Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island, you can stop at one of the departure points in Sackville and head north for a night in Shediac. If you are coming from Quebec, the rest of the province of New Brunswick or the United States, we suggest a first night in Shediac. From there, you will have direct access to our trails and head towards the rest of the part of the South East.
You can also consult our events section for the schedule of club activities or go to “Find a club” to get in touch with a representative to find out the availability of a guide at need. You could even join a local group that is ready to accept tourists and experience local hospitality.
Browse the region's quad friendly points-of-services below.