Kedgwick

When you arrive in Kedgwick, you’ll understand why it is renowned for its landscape and Acadian forests.

This village is in proximity to two world renowned magnificent rivers-- the Restigouche and Kedgwick. Both of these bodies of water are tributaries of numerous streams which are favorable for sport fishing. The outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy paddling a canoe along these rivers. During your stay, enjoy our many trails by foot, snowmobile or ATV.

The Village and Forestry Museum, le Festival d’Automne, la Rencontre des Cowboys, le Centre de plein air and salmon hatchery all await you in Kedgwick.

Did you know?
Kedgwick (Kè-dje-ouik) is a Micmac word meaning “troublesome current” or “meeting of two rivers”.

Kedgwick
114, Notre-Dame, St.,
Kedgwick, NB, E8B 1H8

Tel.: (506)284-2160
receptionsite@kedgwick.ca www.kedgwick.com

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