Winter Sleigh Rides in New Brunswick

Winter is often a hard time of year to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. We are trying to do more and more in the winter months to get outside as a family and enjoy activities in the cold. 

While it is sometimes too cold to hit the slopes or skate outdoors, a sleigh ride, bundled up under a blanket with a thermos of hot chocolate could the perfect family outing. We have put together a list of Winter Sleigh Rides available to book in New Brunswick.

As always, if you know of any more, we would love to add them to the list. Comment below or send us a message to let us know.

***2022/2023 UPDATE: Please visit linked sites to confirm up-to-date details on dates, services, and pricing. 

Pick a region, find a sleigh ride and make plans for this fun family outing!

Moncton Region:

Country Sleigh Rides is located at 3294 Rt 490 Dundas (5 mins from the Irishtown community center). The sleigh ride takes about 40 mins and they have some animals you can see in the barn. Daytime and evening rides are available, with a maximum of 16 people. You can send Andrea Flanagan or Nick Flanagan a private message on Facebook or call 506-874-4090

Turtle Creek, is located five minutes from Riverview. For more info, call Anne Steeves at 387-2018 Sleigh rides last approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Broadleaf Ranch is located at 5526 Rte. 114, Hopewell Hill in Albert County, offers one-hour rides, requiring booking. There is a maximum of 20 people. There is a restaurant on-site and other winter activities as well. Call 506-882-2349 or send them an e-mail at to make your reservation.

Photo source: Tourism Fredericton

Sussex Region:

Snider Mountain Sleigh Rides – Located at 461 Snider Mountain Road, Snider Mountain, NB. The sleigh accommodates up to 6 adults and 3 children, and lasts approx. 30 minutes, riding through the ranch trails. 
For more information or to book a ride visit their website.

Mountain View Stables – Located at 156 Divkie Mountain Rd in Norton and a location at 1730 route 705 in Wickham. 

Fredericton Region:

Sandwith’s Sleigh Rides is located just 10 minutes outside of Fredericton on Royal Road. Meals and Snack options are available.

Mactaquac Provincial Park Grant’s Sleigh Rides  
1265 Route 105, Mactaquac, NB  (Call 506-328-7030)
Up to a max of 20 people. Check their page for more details (may not be running during the pandemic)

Oakland Farm and Lodge in New Maryland offer horse-drawn sleigh rides. Must reserve in advance by calling 506-459-5422 (NO email please)
Payment is by cash only.   

St. Stephen Region:

Jordan Sleigh Rides call 466-4172 for more information.

Saint John Region:

Saint John Rockwood Park 

Northern Region

Sunny Side Sleigh Rides is located in Belldune, NB. All rides are by appointment only. The ride lasts for about forty-five minutes, then all guests are invited to enjoy a campfire, some hot chocolate/apple cider, and marshmallows, all of which are provided. 

Sealy Sleigh Rides is located in Salmon Beach, just outside Bathurst, NB. You will enjoy a sleigh ride that lasts about 45 min to an hour. 

Deer Country Adventures is located in Salmon Beach, NB. This is a tractor-drawn sleigh ride.
Enjoy a ride along their privately groomed trails and experience a rare deer wintering area. Rides are day or evening by appointment only, last approximately one hour, and return to a warm and cozy rustic cabin.
Their sled can accommodate between 22-24 adults.

Miramichi Region:

Fletcher’s Sleigh RidesTake a sleigh ride through a wooded trail to a cozy camp. There you can try out snowshoeing or sliding or just sit by the stove and warm up with hot chocolate. Offering a 2-hour ride and a 4-hour ride. There is a 10-person minimum and 20 people maximum. You can message them on FB or call @ 773-9367

Hood’s Sleigh Rides is located at 405 Red Rock Rd, Red Rock, NB.  Phone (506) 367-2531 for more details on pricing and times.

Woodstock Region

Clarke’s Sleigh Rides offer an optional mid-trail open-fire cookout, located at 379 Mainstream Rd, Brighton, NB. (Text or call Jared 506-425-8185)
Approximately 50 mins on the trail and 30 minutes to cook your hotdogs and boil the kettle for tea and hot chocolate!  

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