New Brunswick Summer Staycation – North East

2020-08-27T20:08:17+00:00 August 4th, 2020|Categories: News|0 Comments
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Dalhousie, Bathurst, Miramichi, Caraquet, Tracadie-Sheila, Shippagan, Lamèque Island, Miscou Island, Néguac

There are so many EXCELLENT things to see and do in New Brunswick and summer is a great time to get out there.

We hope this blog inspires your sense of adventure and helps you discover something new. We’ve mapped out fun things to do, cool places to stay and great food and drink options.

Share this blog and tag us when you visit one of these spots. If you own a business in this area, please comment below to let our readers know.

Help share the LOVE of LOCAL New Brunswick.


Sandy beaches and the soft ocean breeze. New Brunswick is surrounded by ocean coastline and some of the most stunning beaches can be found in the Acadian Peninsula. See map for more details.

Miscou Island

North East Beaches Map


Discover the Acadian Peninsula on your bike! La Véloroute is a series of 14 bike trails covering over 540 km, connecting the towns and villages of  the Acadian Peninsula. Many of the trails are newly paved disused railway tracks. You can’t get views like this in your car.

Miscou, NB. Photo by Nick Lavigne


Miramichi is well known for its excellent fishing which attracts celebrities from all over the world. But there is another way to get on the river and that’s in a tube!  Tubing the Miramichi river has become increasingly popular over the years and is a great way to spend a day with the kids.

Stewart’s Tubing


Village Historique Acadien
NB Aquarium and Marine Research Center

Take a step back in time and see how settlers lived in the 1770s at the Village Historique Acadien. With accommodations, a gift shop, restaurant and fun activities, this is a great family destination.

The NB Aquarium and Marine research center in Shippagan is a must see on your treck in the area.

Ile-Aux-Foins Park (Photo Village de Neguac, Camille Breau)

La Promenade in Bathurst and the Ile-Aux-Foins park & bird sanctuary also offer spectacular views of the ocean and its’ wildlife.


pabineau falls
Pabineau Falls

The Pabineau Falls Trail near Big River is 20 km of breathtaking views and woodsy forest smells.


ALOHA Café-Boutique

Dining options in the North East are plentiful offering fine cuisine from places like Origine Cuisine Maritime in Caraquet and Fresco Kitchen in Bathurst, to must have fish shacks, idyllic cafés with their homemade pastries and local craft breweries.

We’ve listed a few with their locations but be sure to share your favourite with us.

Le Moulin à Café
Fresco Kitchen
  • Cielo glamping ( Shippigan ) has a fun bar and food counter that offers locally made beverages and snacks and a house specialty, Oysters.
  • Fresco Kitchen ( Bathurst ) is owned by a repatriated NBer who travelled across Canada to gain his fine dining experience.
  • Cast & CrewGastropub ( Bathurst ) is a local favourite.
  • Origines Cuisine Maritime ( Caraquet ) is a fine dining restaurant offering the freshest, in-season ingredients from the province.
  • Aloha Café ( Lamèque ) offers sought after salad bowls, home made soups and sandwiches and a quaint little gift shop featuring many NB products.
  • Café Grains de Folie ( Caraquet ) brings the best of French pastries to the area. Its’ owners immigrated from France to the area looking for serene ocean views and a new adventure.
  • Le Moulin à Café ( Charlo ) has a five star rating on trip advisor – pretty impressive.
Four Rivers Brewing Co.

Stop by the craft breweries and distilleries in the area for some of the tastiest beverages and inspiring tales of how they got into business.


Cielo Glamping

There are many options of places to stay in the North East from chain hotels to local B&Bs, luxury domes and tree houses. Chose a local accommodation and take in the culture and way of life of the people in the area.

Miramichi Treehouse & Camping
Deux Rivières Resort
The Château Albert


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