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Things to do in Miramichi

Beaches, Bogs & Beautiful Scenery

Beaches, Bogs & Beautiful Scenery

Visiting Kouchibouguac National Park is on your bucket list? Congrats! You’ve made a great decision considering all the amazing attractions and activities this park has to offer. As summer students for Discover Miramichi, we had the opportunity to experience some of these attractions and activities on our day trip to Kouchibouguac. The park is approximatelyContinue Reading

Shaking Hands with the Past

Shaking Hands with the Past

Time travel is usually something only Hollywood can pull off in movies, so you can imagine that we don’t get much chance to partake in many time altering experiences.  Today we got just that chance to do so with a little help from our friends at Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre. We all boarded into theContinue Reading

Four Diverse Events, One City

Four Diverse Events, One City

Our city has many different people that live in the confines we call Miramichi, and with the mixture of people, we have a multitude of different cultures and interests.  This weekend, there are many of these activities and cultural events that you can get the chance to go and experience. Starting with Canada’s largest IrishContinue Reading

A Tube-Tastic Experience

A Tube-Tastic Experience

Don’t you just love being able to sit back and relax while floating in a tube down the Miramichi river? If you answered yes, then Stewart’s Tubing is the place for you! As summer students for Discover Miramichi we are always looking for new activities to partake in. The forecast called for beach weather, soContinue Reading

Elsipogtog Pow Wow

August 30th – September 1st

Espenoôpetitj (Burnt Church) Pow Wow

August 16-18th

Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq Nation Pow Wow

July 26-28th

Eel Ground (Natoaganeg) Pow Wow

Eel Ground (Natoaganeg) Pow Wow

Natoaganeg Pow Wow – hosted on the Eel Ground Pow Wow Grounds from July 18th – 21st.  Indigenous People come together to showcase the drumming, dancing, and regalia of the First Nation People in the spirit of peace and friendship!  You can also check out local artisans selling handmade items, food and supplies.

Connecting North and South

Connecting North and South

Today we experienced our first outing as summer students for Discover Miramichi. Upon arrival at Metepenagiag Heritage Park we were greeted by two of the summer staff, Hunter and Logan. They would eventually be guiding us through the teepee building process, but we were scheduled to explore the interpretive center first. From left to right:Continue Reading

A Foodie’s Roadtrip through Miramichi (5 Days)

The Miramichi brings together an eclectic mix of Acadian, Irish, Scottish & Mi’kmaq flavours. Savour fresh ingredients like wild blueberries or fresh from the wharf lobster. Day One (Upper Miramichi) Arrive at the 4.5 star Ledges Inn and relax while taking in splendid views of the river or perhaps even try angling. Everyday has itsContinue Reading