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CampbelltonSet on the banks of the Restigouche River with the Appalachian Mountains forming a majestic backdrop, the Restigouche River Experience Centre has no shortage of breath-taking views! The Centre’s architectural features are inspired by the famous fishing camps found along the Restigouche River. Walk inside to find aquariums and exhibits depicting the history of the Restigouche River, the fish found along the river and the people who live here.
Mann Mountain SettlementAtlantic Salmon fly fishing on the Restigouche River in crystal-clear, private water, top notch local guides, comfortable lodging, fine dining and spectacular views. The Restigouche River Lodge features accommodations for up to 12 anglers, as well as a spacious lounge with a panoramic view of the Restigouche River and the Chic-Choc mountains, which are part of the Appalachian Mountain chain.
Wed, Aug 11, 2021Canoeing the majestic Restigouche River, in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, has always been on my list of things to do in New Brunswick. I‘ve been looking forward to this trip for YEARS and I finally got the chance. What I didn’t realize was that I had just signed up for a trip involving much more than just canoeing!
Mann's MountainTrailers with bedroom, living room, fully equipped kitchen and deck available for rent on the side of Mann's Mountain with stunning, panoramic views of the famous Restigouche River. One trailer sleeps 4 the other 6. A short drive away from Campbellton, Sugarloaf Provincial Park and many outdoor activities.
DalhousieThis is your introduction to the Restigouche region. Since the 1850s, the rich and famous have been coming to our river to fish for Atlantic salmon. Learn about them and other aspects of our area through recently upgraded displays, some interactive. There is also a gallery for temporary exhibitions and a great gift shop. Programming offered throughout the season.
Kedgwick RiverExperience nature's wonders while camping along the little main Restigouche River. A total of 24 unserviced sites with views of the river, and 29 serviced sites (some which can accommodate recreational vehicles). Toilets, showers and laundry facility on site. A canoeing expedition is a must! We also have a great playground, fitness circuit and swimming on the premises.
CampbelltonThe region's largest art gallery, also a cultural centre, offers a wide range of regional and national exhibits, workshops, art classes, special events including a fine craft show, and more. Its permanent display, on the Athol House site, tells the exciting story of the Mi'gmaq, French, Acadian and Scottish heritage of the Restigouche region. Two boutiques showcase unique items fashioned by regional and New Brunswick artisans.
DalhousieThe Restigouche Farmers Market is a regional community farmers market and tourist information centre located in the beautiful town of Dalhousie. The market aims to foster community health and local economic development by providing patrons with healthy, locally produced, environmentally friendly food. Bring your family along to admire the unique creations of our local artisans, sample the delicious tastes of locally grown food, or simply relax and enjoy the day! The market is housed in a 613 sq. m (6,600 sq.
CampbelltonThe Campbellton Visitor Information Centre would love to improve your travel experience by providing travel assistance, and information on attractions, events, and festivals. Browse the boutique for souvenir and take in the breathtaking views. The center is located near downtown Campbellton in the Restigouche River Experience Centre. Set on the banks of the Restigouche River with the Appalachian Mountains forming a majestic backdrop, the centre has no shortage of amazing landscapes!
CampbelltonExperience unforgettable moments at the Campbellton RV Camping, a recreational vehicle camping adjacent to the Restigouche River Experience Centre. With the Restigouche River at its feet, and the majestic Appalachian Mountains in the background, the camping offers breathtaking views with quality facilities and fully-serviced sites near downtown Campbellton. The Campbellton RV Camping includes 86 sites / 3 services / 30 and 50 amps sites / pull-through and regular entry. Seventh night is free. Tents are not allowed.
KedgwickExperience the thrill of hooking an Atlantic Salmon on the world-renowned Restigouche River during your 2-night 3-day stay at Larry’s Gulch Lodge. A guide will accompany you to our private salmon pools for an unforgettable fishing adventure. In the afternoon you can relax on our meticulously kept grounds overlooking the river, and at night, dream of landing the trophy in one of our eight rooms/cabins. Come make memories on the Restigouche.
CampbelltonThe city of Campbellton is the entry point to Atlantic Canada, set amid one of the world's oldest mountain ranges and on the shores of Chaleur Bay. Campbellton is also the home of the “world's largest salmon”, centuries of history and a world of natural wonders. Here, at the mouth of the Restigouche River, you'll find many adventures waiting for you. A stroll along the city's waterfront is highlighted by Restigouche Sam, the 8.5-m (28-ft.) tall Atlantic salmon - a shiny, larger-than-life stainless steel sculpture.
FlatlandsIf you love water, mountains, and outdoor activities, this is the perfect place for you to stay while exploring the Restigouche area in Northern New Brunswick. This newly renovated waterfront cottage is located on the mighty Restigouche, a Canadian heritage river world renowned for its salmon fishing. Within 15 minutes you have access to stores, attractions and activities like Sugarloaf Provincial Park, biking, skiing, canoeing, tubing, kayaking, ATV, snowmobiling and much more. There's a canoe/kayak rental place within 5-minute drive. Guided fishing available for a fee.
CampbelltonThe Quality Hotel and Conference Centre is located near the New Brunswick/Quebec border in downtown Campbellton, next to a shopping centre and the Restigouche riverfront walk. A continental breakfast is provided for guests, and wireless Internet is available. Kids stay free. CAA/AAA member. Canada Select 3.5-star rating.
Tide HeadMorrissey Rock Park offers travellers a small picnic site, perfect for enjoying the beautiful scenery while overlooking the Restigouche River and its islands. The park is situated on top of a cliff which houses the only train tunnel in the Maritimes’ railway system. The train tracks below the park are still in use today.
Thu, Jan 12, 2023When winter adventure plans start to form, the idea of tucking away into a snowy cabin, next to the most famous chain of mountains in North America’s East Coast, amongst towering trees, with an abundance of activities just outside our door . . . well, that sounds like the makings of a memorable family getaway.
Tide HeadAfter 75 years of service, the quaint little cottages and licensed restaurant still hold their charm and have been renovated, with the addition of a microbrewery and a patio. Located next to the Trans-Canada Trail, you'll be well positioned to explore some of New Brunswick's fabulous outdoor activities such as kayaking or canoeing on the beautiful Restigouche River.
DalhousieStop at the Visitor Information Centre in Dalhousie to receive a variety of FREE services that will enhance your travel experience, such as: • Travel assistance and itinerary planning • Information about events, attractions and festivals • Souvenir and coffee shop The Centre is situated in Inch Arran Park, at the mouth of the majestic Restigouche River and Chaleur Bay, and offers one the most beautiful locations for photography.