Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - New Brunswick
Canada Travel Guide - New Brunswick

Saint-Quentin

Since 1984, Saint-Quentin has hosted the Festival Western (Western Festival) in mid-July of each year, the largest Western-themed festival of its kind in New Brunswick, including rodeo, a parade, fireworks, children's activities and much more. The largest event is the "Pow-Pow", a flea market and gathering of local musicians and performers. Other local attractions include the Festival de l'√Črable (Maple Festival), which takes place in spring of each year, and includes tours of maple sugarbushes, shacks and refineries, as well as sawmills, which process maple wood. Tourist can visit a market, where vendors sell maple products, including syrup, sugar, salad dressing, and maple-flavoured alcoholic beverages. Also, there is a Carnival d'Hiver (Winter Carnival) held in February, comprising winter-themed activities. Golfing at the local golf course and riding ATVs and snowmobiles are popular activities.

The Canadian town of Saint-Quentin is located in Restigouche County, New Brunswick, in the Appalachian Mountains - 50 km west of Mount Carleton, the province's highest elevation point.

 

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Old Train Station Tourist Centre

In addition to the Visitor Information Centre, the building houses an exhibition hall and art gallery, an interpretation centre on forestry, agriculture and the maple sugar industry, along with a gift shop.

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