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Coronation Park Walking/Cycling Trail

Coronation Park is our anchor trail. It is in the city center and it is completely paved for 2.8 km. It also joins other city trails. This trail has a park which can be enjoyed by all citizens of all ages and also includes a beautiful water splash park. It will be joining our South Bathurst trail in the very near future which will provide an extra 3.2 km of trail system.

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Chaleur Green Trails
Sentier NB Trail


West Bathurst Walking/Cycling Trail

The West Bathurst trail is a 4.3 KM wooded trail which provides a beautiful scenic view of a small stream and beautiful pine, cedar and hard wood trees. It joins City streets on both ends which will permit you to join other city trails.

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St. Mary's to Bass River Walking/Cycling Trail

The Saint Mary’s to Bass River trail gives you a total track of 5.6 km along an abandon railway bed. It has beautiful trees and is completely in a wooded area with the highway running parallel to it. On the west end of the trail you will access other city trails.

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Daly Point Nature Reserve

The Daly Point Reserve just northeast of Bathurst harbor is a naturalist's dream as it boasts some 100 acres of pristine salt marsh and wooded plots as well as trails. The Point is alive with wildlife and especially birdlife which attracts bird-watchers by the hundreds. The field trail leads visitors through fields and pastureland. The various trees and shrubs are typical of growth on abandoned land which is slowly becoming woodland through a process called "succession".

A full time coordinator is also at the Daly Point Nature Reserve

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Snowmobile Trails

It’s time for your greatest snowmobiling adventure ever. A journey along New Brunswick’s “Northern Odyssey” – more than 1,000 kilometres (621 miles) of trails winding through four amazing cities – is the ride of a lifetime. Travel from one of the world’s most beautiful bays to some of the oldest mountains on the planet. Along the way you’ll find cosy accommodations, fabulous food and warm welcomes after an exhilarating day on the trails.

Spend the night in Bathurst to take advantage of fantastic deals and experience the best of New Brunswick winter fun and activities. In between, cruise along scenic snowy trails. There’s no better way to navigate New Brunswick. Start your engines!

Websites:
Chaleur Snowmobile Club
Nepisiguit Snowmobile Club


ATV Trails

New Brunswick is blessed with a range of scenery: from ocean shores to the highest peak in the Maritimes (Mount Carleton); from crystal-clear streams, rivers and lakes to breathtaking groves of boreal trees. To really see New Brunswick's beauty, one needs to forego the well-traveled routes to discover New Brunswick's inside vistas, as ATVers are so lucky to be able to do. ATVers are lucky enough to "View New Brunswick from the Inside!"

Websites:
Chaleur ATV Club
NB All Terrain Vehicle Federation


Cross Country skiing

Twenty km of freshly groomed trails ready for either classic or freestyle techniques. Difficulty ranges from beginners to experts. Ski trails are accessible from the Nepisiguit River Company at 1015, St.-Anne Street (highway 11, exit 308). A room is available at Nepisiguit River Company during hours of operations to warm up after skiing. Washroom is also available on site. The Snow Bears Cross Country Ski Club encourages you to make the most of our winter. See you on the ski trails!

Link: http://www.bathurstski.ca/


Snowshoeing

When snow is on the ground in Bathurst, the West Bathurst Trail becomes a Snowshoe Trail. With the addition of some inside tracks that link up with the West Bathurst Trail, over 11 km of enjoyable snowshoe trail can be explored. The track’s terrain features some hills and flat land that can be enjoyed by the average explorer.

Mountain Biking

The Bathurst Watershed Park offers a total of 12 km of trails. The trail intertwines with the Bathurst Cross-country ski track. This trail follows the brook which connects both water reservoirs of the City of Bathurst and has two locations where you can stop and have a picnic.

Youghall Beach

Youghall Beach Park is a great meeting place for all ages, offering you swimming, Marina, volleyball, or just lazing in the sun! The park is fully operational from June to August and offers lifeguards for your peace of mind. Come enjoy our golden sands and beautiful blue waters!

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Bathurst Waterfront

Located on the Acadian Coastal Drive in Northeastern NB, La Promenade Waterfront Development showcases picturesque boardwalks allowing strollers and walkers to admire spectacular views of one of the most beautiful bays in the world, the Bay of Chaleur.

La Promenade Waterfront also offers restaurants & eateries, an art gallery, specialty boutiques and a Visitor Information Centre.

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City Hall at Bathurst, New Brunswick

Director, Recreation & Tourism
Gilles Bryar

Receptionist / Secretary
Nancy Lavigne

Recreation Programmer
Ryan Wilbur

Tel: (506)548-0410
Fax: (506)548-0406


Email: city.tourism@bathurst.ca
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