“McAdam is a friendly community filled with people who care. A wonderful place to raise a family, lots of opportunity to enjoy nature and the great outdoors. We have lived here almost 60 years and have had a life of peace and contentment. Thank you to all the residents of McAdam, you are indeed the town’s greatest asset!”Austin Kelly
“Quiet, peaceful and no traffic jams! Great snow removal in the streets in a prompt manner. Lots of services for a small community like schools, grocery store, pharmacy, and a health center that other communities don’t have. There are great festivals like July 1st, there is an active station committee, Christmas parade, monthly bingo, open skating rink---all things that bring our community together. Everyone know their neighbour, if you need a hand there is always someone willing to help!”Ross Faulkner
“McAdam is a very friendly village where everybody knows everybody. There is always someone to give a helping hand to anyone that needs it. It's a great place to raise a family where you don’t have a lot of fears of a big city. We're big into sports and the community really supports their programs and teams. The village does a lot for raising funds for organizations and school functions. Overall, it is a very community orientated place, especially when it comes to holiday functions and celebrating.”Karen B
Welcome to McAdam
Discover our history. Delight in our nature.
Located along Route 4, just 45 minutes from Fredericton, the Village of McAdam awaits! Warm and friendly, the community welcomes visitors to the Historic Railway Station, several restaurants, a beautiful lakeside campground and a unique country experience. Pick an adventure - canoe the St. Croix River, picnic at Spednic Lake, tour the Station, hike the nature trail or browse through a variety of country shops.
A Little Of Our Story
Home of the McAdam Railway Station
This rural community is home to the McAdam Railway Station, a National Historic Site of Canada and New Brunswick Provincial Historic Site, and likes to be known as New Brunswick's friendliest village, having hosted thousands of passengers passing through by train.