Edmundston, The Small Town with Big Personality
Nestled in the northeastern section of the Appalachian Mountains, Edmundston, New Brunswick is strategically located between the province of Quebec and the state of Maine (USA). Though this French speaking town is small in size, there’s no denying it certainly is big on personality.
Whether you’re exploring the majesty of the great outdoors or getting acquainted with our extraordinary culinary scene, Edmundston’s distinctive charm will have you coming back for more.
If you’re in mood to spend some time in nature, you’re in luck, Edmundston is home to a treasure trove of outdoor adventure. Take in the beauty of the region at a relaxed pace, with a voyage down the beautiful Rivière-Verte by canoe or kayak, or visit the Petit Témis Interprovincial Linear Park and cycle along their 134 km bicycle path from Edmundston, NB to Rivière-du-Loup, QC. If you prefer to set off by foot, you’re also in the right place; Edmundston is home to tons of paths for trekking, jogging and even snowshoeing!
When you’re in town be sure to capture an authentic taste of the region with specialties from Acadie Gourmet, a group of agribusinesses in the area who use local products including producers, food processors, restaurants and boutiques. Everywhere you turn delicious surprises await. From fiddleheads at the award-winning Auberge les Jardins Inn and the Madawaska Ploye (pancake) on Saturday mornings at the Farmers’ Market, to local craft beers at Petit Sault Brewers and the vegetarian fare at Cafeì Bistro Lotus Bleu, Edmundston is a culinary hotspot bound to impress.
Experience a taste of Edmundston. Visit tourismedmundston.com today.