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We recommend downloading the app “all trails” on your phone to get more details including directions on how to get there, the type of trail/terrain, reviews, pictures, etc… Search the area of Queensbury, NB to see all the nearby trails (41 plus trails in total should come up in that search). https://www.alltrails.com/

1 – Alex Creek
Rock piles along this trail are an indication you are traveling through past farmland. The trail is a long narrow loop through the forest between a wetland and Alex Creek.
Length :6.0 km/3.72 mi. (Loop)
Estimated Time :0.75 h
Difficulty: Easy

2 – Alex Creek to Murch Field
Alex Creek tumbles towards the Saint John River through a small valley. Climb to the edge of the campground before dropping back down to the stream and the Murch Field Trail.
Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :0.25 h
Difficulty: Intermediate

3 – Beaver Pond
Find out how beaver dams are built and the habitats they form on this trail that circles a pond. Interpretive signs and a boardwalk crossing the pond give insight to the waterfowl, frogs, and ever-changing marsh vegetation that call the pond home. You will find signs of beaver activity and may even see a beaver.
Length :6.0 km/3.72 mi. (Loop)
Estimated Time :0.5 h
Difficulty: Easy

4 – Beaver Pond to Alex Creek
This trail is shared with the beaver lodge, and you can expect to see the busy beavers in action. Follow along a beaver pond with a large, old beaver hut. The pond was once a forest, and you can look for duck nesting boxes in the dead trees that were flooded by the pond.
Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :0.25 h
Difficulty: Easy

5 – Little Mactaquac Stream
After passing through a softwood forest the trail follows Little Mactaquac Stream before returning through a more mixed forest. Cross the stream and stop at the lean-to style shelter as you pass.
Length :6.0 km/3.72 mi. (Loop)
Estimated Time :0.91 h
Difficulty: Easy

6 – Maple Sugar
Interpretive signs describe the many, large hardwood trees you pass along the trail. This hardwood ridge is representative of the hardwood forest that lines the Saint John River Valley.
Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :0.25 h
Difficulty: Easy

7 – Murch Field
Take this trail to a beautiful view of the Mactaquac head pond, an old farmer field, streams and a striking waterfall. Pass under the TreeGO Mactaquac aerial adventure course and through several small fields. One field overlooks the sailboats in the Mactaquac Marina.
Length :7.0 km/4.34 mi. (Mixed)
Estimated Time :0.5 h
Difficulty: Intermediate

8 – Porcupine Pass
A quick walk through a mixed forest with massive, large-tooth aspen trees (a favourite of the beavers) take you to the end of a large beaver pond. Look for ducks swimming between the dead trees sticking out of the pond.
Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :0.16 h
Difficulty: Easy

9 – Scotch Lake Road
This short loop trail takes you from Mactaquac Stream to Scotch Lake Road along the back of the park. Mature spruce, cedar, and maple can be found along the mossy trail as it climbs gently up from the cedar stands through a magnificent forest of hemlock. Watch for the resident pileated woodpeckers.
Length :6.0 km/3.72 mi. (Loop)
Estimated Time :0.75 h
Difficulty: Easy

10 – Eagle
This old road starts at Mactaquac Beach and travels along the head pond created by the Mactaquac Dam. At several spots along the trail, you can look across at the dam.
Length :1.0 km/0.62 mi. (Linear)
Estimated Time :1.16 h
Difficulty: Easy

Other hiking trails nearby. Please check the “all trails” app which you can download on your phone to get more details including directions on how to get there, the type of trail/terrain, reviews, pictures, etc.:

Coac Falls (Upper Queensbury, NB)
Length: 5.6km
Estimated Time: 1h22 min
Difficulty: Easy

Vultures Bluff Trail (Greenhill Lake, NB)
Length: 2.9km
Estimated Time: 46 min
Difficulty: Easy

Howland Falls (Bear Island)
Length: 0.3km
Estimated Time: 5 min
Difficulty: Easy

Mactaquac Falls (Greenhill Lake, NB)
Length: 8.5km
Estimated Time: 2h01 min
Difficulty: Moderate

Joslin Falls (Prince William)
Length: 0.5km
Estimated Time: 9min
Difficulty: Moderate

Joslin Creek Upper and Middle Falls
Length: 1.4km
Estimated Time: 19 min
Difficulty: Easy

Nackawic Nature Trail (Nackawic NB)
Length: 4.3km
Estimated Time: 50min
Difficulty: Easy

Southampton Trail (Nackawic area)
Length: 14.8 km
Estimated Time: 2h56min
Difficulty: Moderate

Trout Brook Falls (Nackawic area)
Length: 0.2 km
Estimated Time: 2 min
Difficulty: Easy