Situated in New Brunswick’s Appalachian Mountain region, Sugarloaf Provincial Park is the perfect destination for a family-friendly getaway or wilderness adventure.
Hike to the summit of Sugarloaf Park’s 305-m (1,000-ft.) mountain and see the city of Campbellton spread out below. The junction of Chaleur Bay and the Restigouche River create a waterscape of exceptional beauty, and the rolling hills of the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec on the other side of the water will have you in awe. This park contains more than 25 km (16 mi.) of hiking and biking trails, with the 4-km (2.5-mi.) Terry Fox Trail winding around the base of the mountain.
Sugarloaf’s downhill bike park offers Atlantic Canada’s only lift-service mountain bike park. Trails range from beginner to expert, and they’re jam-packed with berms, table tops, drops, step ups and wooden features. The park’s spacious ski lodge features a licensed restaurant. The lodge is available for business meetings, weddings and other private functions.
During the summer, visitors have the option of staying in one of the park’s unique yurts or camping in Sugarloaf Provincial Park’s wooded campground. The family-friendly campground has 76 beautiful sites: 8 full-serviced, 57 electrical (including 3 yurts) and 11 non-serviced. Sugarloaf also offers a playground, tennis court, hiking and picturesque lakes you to enjoy.
A peaceful trek through the forest. Along the way you will arrive at the Prichard family grave site. Enjoy a magnificent view of Prichard Lake from a lakeside picnic area.
Follow this trail around the shores of crystal-clear Prichard Lake. Look for loons on this long narrow lake. Cross the dam at the far end before returning on the other side.
A challenging and heavily forested undulating trail for the adventurous hiker. The trailhead is at the left shortly after entering the campground. Acadian forest with panoramic views of Sugarloaf Mountain.
This wide crushed-rock trail starts at a small pond and circles Sugarloaf Mountain. A beautiful place to take a quick walk or to access the trail up the mountain. Great hike for a family.
A steep climb but well worth the effort to reach this iconic New Brunswick view. A steel lookout platform provides uninterrupted views of Campbellton, Chaleur Bay and the Restigouche river.
Follow these old roads through a mainly hardwood forest before emerging at the top of the ski hill with amazing views of Sugarloaf Mountain and Campbellton beyond.
Pitch your tent, bring your RV, or enjoy the ease of one of our roofed accommodations.