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Come Play on Our River

Come Play on Our River

This just isn’t your ordinary day camp!  A full week where your children can unplug from technology and experience Atlantic Canada’s Great Outdoors! Each day is filled with a variety of activities related to salmon and trout fishing as well as conservation efforts. Your camper will be fly-tying, casting, trout and salmon fishing, learning water safety, canoeing and participating in educational nature hikes. The last day’s activities involve fun surprises! This camp offers a true New Brunswick experience, and memories for your child to take home of the week they learned something new on the Miramichi River, met some new friends and had a whole lot of fun.

Details

  • $125/child for the week
  • July and August
  • Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Duration: 4.5 days

 

Village Family Restaurant

Located in the heart of Upper Miramichi, Betts’ Village Family restaurant is a place where locals and visitors alike can gather to enjoy a cup of coffee, a hearty breakfast, or a traditional home cooked dinner. You can even find delicious sweets, like warm from the oven old-fashioned molasses cookies to take with you onContinue Reading

Four Fall Getaways for Four Legged Friends

Four Fall Getaways for Four Legged Friends

You’ve booked a few days off, you’ve got your suitcase packed… but you don’t have a dog sitter. Why not bring your barker half with you for a fall getaway on the Miramichi! Here are four suggestions for you and your four legged friend. 1. Upland Bird Hunting at Ledges Inn This one requires aContinue Reading

Old Mill Pond Golf Course

Old Mill Pond Golf Course

A beautiful nine hole course nestled in the Upper Miramichi River Route, The Old Mill Pond Golf course was named after the Old Mill Pond ‘Grist Mill” that was operated by the Doak family around the turn of the century. The course offers a daily special of 18 holes of golf for two and useContinue Reading

Doak House

Doak House

Weaving fabric is as traditional as weaving a tall tale along the Miramichi. When you visit the historic Doak schoolhouse, you’ll be schooled in the bygone art of weaving by either the Squire or his Missus in their period costumes. Tour a restored 19th-century barn and house on the site, and take an up-close lookContinue Reading

2014 Doaktown Fair

From Friday, August 1st through Sunday, August 3rd, the village of Doaktown will be holding it’s annual fair. Highlights include a baking contest, BBQ’s, dance at the legion, fireworks and parade! Doaktown Community Fair 2014

Atlantic Salmon Museum

Atlantic Salmon Museum

The Atlantic Salmon Museum is a non-profit organization located on the banks of the Main South West Miramichi River in the Village of Doaktown. The museum houses a very extensive collection of artifacts and interpretive displays that tell the story of the sport of fly fishing as well as the history of the Atlantic salmon. Their artifacts includeContinue Reading

Doaktown

Doaktown

Nestled in the valley of the Main Southwest Miramichi River, Doaktown is a village known for its quiet friendliness and easy going lifestyle. Visit us, stay awhile, tour the Atlantic Salmon Museum and the Doak Historic Site. Enjoy a meal in our restaurants and visit our shops. Stay overnight at one of our world famousContinue Reading

Taylor’s Motel

Locally owned by Clarence and Glenna Taylor, this convenient and comfortable motel offers an inexpensive and clean place to stay. Taylor’s Motel has spacious, affordable motel rooms in the heart of Doaktown. Local attractions such as the historic Doak House and The Atlantic Salmon are just a stone’s throw away!  Efficiency units allow you toContinue Reading

The Ledges Inn

The Ledges Inn

Located on the magnificent Miramichi River, the Ledges Inn offers a world class fly fishing experience. In the fall, you can spend a crisp morning engaging in an invigorating upland bird hunt! If you prefer the thrill of the chase, you will love taking advantage of their private, 200 acre pheasant preserve. During the coolerContinue Reading