New-Brunswick Botanical Garden
Botanical Garden - Park
For an unprecedented discovery of the natural flora of New-Brunswick, the World, and much more. Make sure to stop by the Café Flora, for a meal full of flavors
Offers a fresh, light, colored, and contemporary cuisine in order to enhance your experience at the Botanical Garden
A local lemonade, smoothie & juice bar. Enjoy their homemade recipe on a hot summer day, you won't be disappointed!
Au bout du monde
Clothes, decorations and jewelry. Put them together and it forms a selection of small delicate things, sometimes precious or rare
Artisanal cupcake shop
Specializes in creating cupcakes and cakes (gluten-free option available). New addition : breakfast muffins
Café Lotus Bleu
For a unique experience and excellent vegetarian (vegan, gluten free, etc.) food. Spiffy little coffee shop serving fresh local organic food, includes an espresso bar, over 50 organic & fair trade leaf teas to choose from & a great international vibe with local edge
Le Marché Express LM
Local restaurant & convenience store
Homemade dishes. The real comfort food experience. A new lunch special everyday
Resto-Bar Le Deck
Good food, pleasant service, a good variety of alcohol including beers exclusive to our province
Atelier d'à Côté/Atmosphère
Store for decorations, gifts, art supplies and furniture transformation. Stockist of Annie Sloan products and all kind of products from local artists and workshops.
Ouellet Fish Market & Restaurant
Fish Market & Restaurant
Enjoy fresh fish and a good meal at our restaurant on the 2nd floor, with friends, family for lunch, dinner or supper
THINGS TO DO
Situated in the legendary Republic of Madawaska, the Fraser Edmundston Golf Club offers you an unforgettable challenge throughout your round. We offer a variety of topographical changes, mature trees lining the fairways, well placed bunkers, the famous railroad track and lake.
Sentiers Madawaska Trails
Bike - Hiking
Enjoy the Madawaska Trails, by bike or going for a hike, proudly built and maintained by committed volunteers. Also enjoyable during the winter with your snowshoes.
John Emmerson Walkway
Walking & cyling path
Starting right next to your Suite on Emmerson Street, go down memory lane, see the Emmerson house, continue the pathway to the Lions Park, make a stop at our famous limonade stand named Lemon Boy and come back up by the Bernard Valcourt Bridge
Unique recreational campground located on a beautiful provincial park property on the shores of the Madawaska River. The park features scenic hiking and cycling trails, 2 volleyball courts, a fully equipped outdoor playground, 2 tennis courts, horseshoe pits, boat ramp, picnic sites and shelter, a playroom for indoor activities and a heated swimming pool. Enjoy the music shows at the amphitheater.
From its height of 352 meters above sea level, this “small” mountain has a lot to offer. Winter activities for the whole family as well as an unequaled quality of snow (to make our neighbors blush) in more than enough quantity! … And a little secret well kept, the outdoor Center Mont Farlagne is the door next door.
Famous for being the home of the Maritime Junior Hockey League team, The Blizzard.
Go Blizzard Go!
Petit-Témis Biking Trail
Walking & cyling path
You will be enchanted by this crushed and compacted gravel path, which never exceeds 4% of inclination. Here and there, rest stops have been set up to park your bike, to rest or to get information about the variety of services and tourist attractions available throughout your ride.
Bike rentals available at the Edmundston Visitors Information Centre at 121 Victoria St, Edmundston. Call (506) 737-6766 / 1-866-737-6766.