Welcome to Adair's Wilderness Lodge and thank you for visiting our website. We want you to consider Adair’s Wilderness Lodge your home away from home. We are a four season resort offering high quality sport hunts and fishing. Couples and families are welcome. Featuring a private lake, onsite licensed restaurant, private, new cabins and much much more. Be sure to check out our Walton Lake link as well. Located in the wilderness of the Bay of Fundy region between the village of St. Martins, Fundy National Park and the town of Sussex. We offer vacation packages and day trips to wilderness beaches, wildlife viewing and birdwatching areas, waterfalls (including Walton Glen Canyon, known as the “Grand Canyon of New Brunswick”) and much more.
We offer a full restaurant with licensed dining, chalets, motel rooms and a new banquet room that can seat up to 250 people. Also on site is the 85-acre (34-hectare) Walton Lake with rustic lodge, available for daily and weekly rentals and perfect for family vacations!
One hour from The Hopewell Rocks, Cape Enrage, the village of Alma, Fundy National Park, Fundy Footpath, Fundy Trail and the city of Saint John.
On your own or with our guides, adventure along seacoasts & through long forgotten wilderness locations. Traverse stunning cliff top lands and kayak and fish in lakes, rivers and streams. See moose, white tail deer, black bears, local bird species as well as the spectacular flora.
If you are into adventure and good clean wholesome outdoor activity then you need to visit Adair's Wilderness Lodge. We are more than just a sportsman Lodge, we offer a wide variety of activities for your pleasure. Snowmobile and ATV rentals, canyon adventures, romantic getaways, wilderness retreats, historical packages, wildlife watching tours, adventure packages, maple sugar tours (in season), hiking tours. We also offer shuttles to the various trail heads and destinations. Please explore our website and see all various activities you can do. Thank you for visiting us ...
About Our Lodge
Adair's Wilderness Lodge, the four season resort with its cabins, restaurant, excellent fishing and hunting, snowmobile and ATV trails and its close proximity to a multitude of scenic and tourist sites, is your one stop destination. We have been featured in numerous articles, including Fodor's 8th edition travel resource book, Mountain Bike (Atlantic Canada) book on the classic bicycle trails, and Hunter Travel Guide to Canada's Atlantic Provinces.
"Among the people who have fought to keep the Fundy shore free of the trappings of civilization ... are Ida and Larry Adair (owners and operators of Adair's Wilderness Lodge). Larry grew up in these woods; his grandmother was born in a house just up the road from Larry and Ida's remote home on the shores of Walton Lake. When a parcel of William Randolph Hearst's property came on the market, Larry and Ida knew if they didn't buy it and build a good wilderness lodge, opening the land to responsible public use, someone else might do something far less appealing. The result is a comfortable, accommodating lodge and cabins, which have become a Mecca for those who love the outdoors in all seasons. In the winter it is awash in snowmobiles; fishermen come in the spring and fall; hikers and mountain bikers stop here in the summer. Their restaurant is open to the public. They take guests on hiking and nature tours, canoe adventures, and excursions to nearby natural attractions, including moss-covered glacial erratic and many waterfalls in the area."
" All the food at this cedar lodge in the woods is made in the kitchen from scratch. You are served hearty portions of just about anything you like, including scallops, rainbow trout, and sirloin steak."