Hays Falls

Hays Falls are located near Hay Settlement north of Meductic and are accessed as part of the well maintained Maliseet Trail – formerly part of one of the portages on the ancient canoe route between the Saint John River and the Penobscot River (Maine). Hays Falls themselves have a 20 metres of drop in height with a small rocky pool at the bottom of the falls. Use care when accessing all the areas around the falls — fencing has been constructed at the top of the falls and the off-trail is steep hiking to the bottom. How to get there: … Continue reading Hays Falls

Shogomoc Stream Falls

The Falls of Shogomoc Stream are located in Canterbury, north of Nackawic. The series falls are a highway-side accessed attraction with a variety types of falls to see along the way. The hike along Shogomoc Stream is not strenuous and despite having no trail, the sparse forest is relatively easy to walk along the stream. Following the stream for a half hour, forty-five minutes in order to see the various falls along the way. Three sets of falls can be seen and there are areas to swim and various rock ledges mid water. How to get there: Take the TransCanada … Continue reading Shogomoc Stream Falls

West Branch Musquash River Falls

In the sandy forests of southwestern New Brunswick, the Musquash River pushes its way to the Bay of Fundy. From a dirt road in ATV country near Lepreau, you can find the West Branch Musquash River falls. The falls span several drops over a hundred meters, with the most noteable a notch type fall, pushing water into the breach. The falls area is ripe for exploration with a meandering trail that follows the river from the road. To get there, take exit 96 on Highway 1 from the direction of Saint John or St Stephen. On the north side of … Continue reading West Branch Musquash River Falls

Little Falls (St. George)

On the same river as the well known and visited Lepreau Falls, lie Little Falls, a wide series of ledges that fall into a large pool beyond tight opening in the woods. The Lepreau river widens after Little Falls, on the way to the larger fall. A short hike will lead you to a expansive swimming area. To get there , head to Highway 1 between Lepreau and Saint John. At about 300-400 metres west of the bridge over the Lepreau River (mile marker 83), park after the guardrail. The trail is best reached on the south side of the … Continue reading Little Falls (St. George)

South Branch Oromocto 

  If looking for rugged rock and water, South Branch Oromocto Falls is the place to go. Found between Fredericton Junction and Welsford , the falls are part of a maintained trail system to falls in the area, owned by the Kilpatrick Family. The rocky surroundings were part of obstacles faced by loggers in the 1900s. (A plaque at the top of the lookoff dedicates the area to one log rider that lost his life in the area.) Hiking to the falls is easy. Follow the interpretive and marked trail for 1 km to the look off with a deck … Continue reading South Branch Oromocto 

Radcliffe Falls

Radcliffe Falls are east of the Saint John area and found in Baxter’s Corner. Showing off the dark rock of the river, the falls tumble in an ‘S’ down the brook, making it a fairly large and beautiful falls area. Differing perspectives of the falls can be viewed from three locations: above the falls, from a perch on a rocky outcrop across the brook or below the steep ledges overlooking the falls — requiring 2 crossings of the brook. There is a pool for swimming as well. To get there, drive to Baxters Corner on route 825. At the intersection … Continue reading Radcliffe Falls

Waterford Waterworks 

A roadside attraction near Poley mountain and minutes from the Sussex Bluff trail, Trout Brook in Waterford presents a unique opportunity to see remarkably clear (and cold!) water falling and winding its way through scenic rock formations. To get there, head along the Waterford Road past Poley Mountain.  Once in the area There are two main spots to explore.  The first is near the Waterford Community Hall off the Cedar Camp Road.  Park here and access the water by a short trail by the parking lot.  The second spot is shortly after a turnabout on the Waterford Road following Hawkes … Continue reading Waterford Waterworks