Madawaska Valley Events

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Find Your Path in the Madawaska Valley.

Walk through the doors of The Railway Station Visitor Information Centre and Museum and enter a world that is rich with history and innovation, with memory and imagination. The old Railway Station build in the 1890's has become a community hub, where minds and imaginations are transported through time and space. Take some time here to delight in the varied examples of what the Township of Madawaska Valley has to offer!
Canoe or boat over 60 kilometers of navigable waterways, including the York and Madawaska Rivers, world-renowned for white-water and flatwater canoeing and kayaking. Boat, paddle or swim in our sparkling lakes. Drift past the wealth of wildlife and plants in Conroy’s Marsh. Relax and soak up the sun on our public beaches. Roam the majestic hills and forests. Watch birds, catch fish and howl at the wolves. Explore in the comfort of your car along tree-lined back roads or seek out adventures by boat, by bike, or on foot. Investigate marked trails or trackless bush. Travel along miles of abandoned rail-bed year round. In winter, enjoy 175 kilometres of groomed snowmobile trails that run through the Madawaska Valley, accessing over 4000 kilometres in the provincial trail system.

Find your path here. Let that path cross with the diverse and vibrant local community and the paths of other travellers.

Weave your own adventure.

Come wander.

  • Hours of Operation : July to September Monday through Sunday 10am - 5pm
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  • Wheelchair Accessible : No

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