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Known as the Dairy Capital of Canada, the Friendly City or just Woodstock. Visit Woodstock to enjoy the shops and stores of historic downtown, stroll on the paths and boardwalk of our Greenway on the banks of the Meduxnekeag River, take the Heritage Homes walking tour or a hike on the trails of the Meduxenkeag Valley Nature Preserve.

Meduxnekeag River Nature Preserve

The Meduxnekeag Valley is the central part of a rich forest ecology only found in Atlantic Canada. This Appalachian Hardwood Forest contains many flowering plants and ferns wither rare or uncommon in New Brunswick. The 120 hectares of the Meduxnekeag Valley Nature Preserve has four kilometres of shoreline on the river, offering visitors 10 kilometres of well-marked low impact walking trails. The Preserve is connected to the Town of Woodstock by the river, and by a branch of the New Brunswick Trail which uses an old railway right-of-way. Meduxnekeag River Association click here for website and information.

10-109 Regent Street

Woodstock, NB E7M 2N6

(506) 328-8227

Sentier NB Trails

Sentier NB Trails website click here

Runs along the St. John River into the heart of downtown. The trail is accessible at the Greenway on both sides of where the Meduxnekeag River joins the St. John River. The trail is crushed rock within boundaries of Town limits. The trail is used for walking, cycling and jogging. No motorized vehicles are permitted. This trail is part of the Trans Canada trail connecting Canada by 2017.

The Maliseet Trail

Is located 10kms east outside of Woodstock on Route 165. The trail is part of the historic portage and canoe transportation route linking the St. John River system with the St. Croix, used by the Maliseet people for millenia.


The Town of Woodstock's Greenway Project transformed the banks of the Meduxnekeag River in the heritage downtown area. The Greenway Project, funded jointly by the Town of Woodstock and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency's (ACOA) SCIF program, developed walking trails, a boardwalk, a gazebo and extensive landscaping on both sides of the Meduxnekeag River between the Main Street and the NB Trails bridge. For information about the Greenway project click here.

A second phase of the Greenway Project focused on the banks upstream of the Main Street Bridge, along the Meduxnekeag River. It shifted parking spaces at New Brunswick Community College, back from the edge of the river. As well, added walking trails and constructed wetland areas to naturalize the margins and protect the waterside.

Reserve A Park Area

Nickerson Lake State Park

City of Woodstock
192 Old Wellington Street
PO Box 1539
Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7
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T. 519-539-2382 ext. 4101
TTY 519-539-7268
F. 519-539-7695

You can rent a number of our park facilities for private use. Contact the Parks and Recreation Department to book any of our community facilities.

Pittock Conservation Area

The Pittock Conservation Area is a 2,000 acre outdoor area located on the outskirts of Woodstock, known for its:

  • Family camping
  • Sailing
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Trails
  • Playgrounds

The Pittock Conservation Area is also home to the Dragon Boat Fun Race League , the Oxford Sailing Club and the Woodstock Sea Cadets Sailing.

Come and experience everything Pittock Conservation Area has to offer.

Pittock Conservation Area
221 Pittock Park Road
Woodstock, ON N4S 7W2
Phone: 519-539-5088

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