The Most Definitive Guide to Hiking in New Brunswick
|Estimated Time||2 hours|
|Surface Type||crushed rock, forested|
|Elevation Change||22 meters|
|Features||forest, wetland, stream|
|Trail Markers||blue diamonds|
|Maintenance Rating||well maintained|
|GPS File||available on request|
The main trail at Wells Recreation Park is a wide crushed rock trail that meanders through the woods. Along the way there are several side trails that loop into the woods and return to the main trail. The main trail crosses a bridge near a wetland. A side trail goes around the wetland and comes out on the old road that runs along the highway. From here you can turn left and return to the main trail where it meets the old road.
About half way along the main trail there is another main trail that goes to an adjacent neighborhood.
From route 1 take exit 137 and turn towards St. Martins. Drive for 2 kilometres and take the exit to French Village Road. Turn left onto French Village Road. Drive for 1 kilometre and turn left into Wells Recreation Park.
Trail Last Hiked: May 10, 2018.
Page Last Updated: November 9, 2019.