Saint-Quentin is a quaint and charming rural town in northwestern New Brunswick, one of Canada’s maritime provinces. Located at the foothills of the Maritime Mountains, it abounds in beautiful scenery and crisp alpine air. Conquer the summit of Mount Carleton in the Maritimes, and you will have incredible views of all of New Brunswick. The town is incredibly laid-back and peaceful, apart from once in the year, for two days, when the Festival Western takes place, the largest of its kind in Eastern Canada, where you can enjoy the spectacle of professional rodeos, country and western shows, and parades. There are plenty of natural attractions to explore once you venture outside the town: lakes, mountains, rivers, prairies, and meadows all await your discovery.