The Meduxnekeag River is a 75-kilometer-long tributary of the Saint John River in New Brunswick, Canada. The river was once an important transportation route for the Maliseet people and early European settlers. Today, the river is used for hydroelectric power production, and there are several reservoirs and dams along its length. These include the Meduxnekeag River Reservoir, the Upper Meduxnekeag River Reservoir, and the Woodstock Dam. The river also provides recreational opportunities, such as fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. The surrounding area is primarily agricultural, with many farms using the river for irrigation. Despite being heavily used, the Meduxnekeag River remains an important ecological resource, providing habitat for a variety of species, including Atlantic salmon and brook trout.