Located in Restigouche County, Saint-Quentin is a small community of over two thousand people. Saint-Quentin is made up of mostly Acadian descendents. In fact, in the early days of Saint-Quentin, founded in 1910 under the name of Anderson Siding, Joseph Arthur Melanson, a prominent figure at the time, convinced Acadians to remain in the area and help him develop this new community into a Francophone haven. The result was a success and the community began to grow into the twentieth century, finally becoming incorporated in 1992 as a town.

Saint-Quentin is 103 km (64 mi.) northeast of Edmundston. Logging is the main industry here, though tourism is a key industry as well. Saint-Quentin is the newly dubbed Maple Capital of the Atlantic, with thriving maple sectors producing valuable income. Saint-Quentin is also a short drive to the highest point in all the Maritimes, Mount Carleton, which boast a nation park as well. Though the ocean is a fare sized drive away, Saint-Quentin is nestled in the Appalachian Mountain, amid the vibrant and scenic forests that surround the community. Saint-Quentin is a storied place, offering insight into its history, as well as many glorious heritage buildings, fishing in the Restigouche River for Salmon, golfing, kayaking, horseback riding and so much more.

Saint-Quentin accommodations include cottages and bed and breakfasts, inns and motels.

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Chalets Appalaches Long Term Saint-Quentin 132 Du Vieux Moulin Rd. Request Info
Chalets Carabinier Long Term Saint-Quentin 384 Route 180 Request Info
Gîte du Voyageur Durepos Bed & Breakfast B&B Saint-Quentin 59 Route 18 Request Info

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