Authentic First Nations powwows, retracing the steps of early European settlers, experience the life of a seasoned fisherman, or spend the day in the fabled Miramichi river, fly fishing for Atlantic salmon. These are just a handful of experiences waiting for you in Miramichi. Connect to the Miramichi in a meaningful way, and leave not only with fond memories, but with a sense of enrichment and a lifelong tie to the river.
Recreate the trips of the region’s courageous first settlers as you head out from Kouchibouguac National Park in a re-creation of a voyageur canoe. Historical fact and folklore permeate your trip as you and your four- to eight-man team paddle along. As the interpreter talks about the history of the area and the Mi’kmaq way […] More Details
Despite the mysterious disappearances of tour guides, constant sabotages, and unearthly screams leaking from the depths of the French Fort Cove, the Dare The Dark with the Headless Nun Tour will continue to terrify the denizens of the Miramichi for another summer. Tour the depths of French Fort Cove as you uncover the legend of […] More Details
Step back in time with a visit to the Tabusintac Museum. See artifacts and pictures that details life in the settlement in years gone by. Learn about the history of the community and its early settlers including Charlotte Taylor, the Mother of Tabusintac. Follow the Steps of Charlotte Taylor and hear the story about her […] More Details
Fifteen acres of forest land immersed in lumbering legends, ghostly hauntings, folklore, and songs; help you savour the stories of the “Canadian” lumberjack. Their colorful and vibrant lives have been shaped by our majestic forest and the magic of the Miramichi River. Wandering the Museum buildings, you weave the story of the arrival of Thomas […] More Details
Pjila’si… Welcome to Metepenagiag, where people have lived continuously for over 3,000 years. Metepenagiag Heritage Park is a state of the art facility that tells the story of the Mi’kmaq of Metepenagiag. Experience the Mi’kmaq culture that has existed here for over 30 centuries. Enjoy the music and listen to the oral history, handed down through generations by the Mi’kmaq […] More Details
The King George B&B is listed as one of Canada’s Historical Places of Interest and has been painstakingly renovated and restored to maintain its gracious 100 year old character while providing modern amenities. There is an uncluttered mix of antiques and new soft furnishings with ample space, high ceilings and inviting King/Queen and Twin-size beds. Luxurious linens, soft robes, […] More Details
Christine and Jeremie Bray were both graduating from an outdoor adventure leadership program when they met at an outfitters at in Parry Sound, Ontario. With their hearts set on owning an outdoor adventure business, they headed east and in 2014 their dream became a reality as they purchased what was then known as O’Donnell’s Cottages. […] More Details