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Playing With the Current

Today we experienced the “Tidal Run” at Gallan’s Miramichi River Tubing where after a two hour drift down the Miramichi River, we were in awe of the beautiful Southwest part of this river.                                           UPON ARRIVAL Before […]  More Details

Elsipogtog Pow Wow

August 30th – September 1st  More Details

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.  More Details


Mulligans can be found in the Miramichi Golf and Country Club. Mulligans features locally sourced dishes like Siddall’s Burgers and Sirloin along with classic pub favourites like Spinach Dip. There are also vegetarian and gluten friendly options.  More Details


O’Donaghue’s Irish Pub offers upscale pub-style dining in the Historic Williston House. Here you’ll find local favourites like fish cakes and international flavours like Pad Thai. The menu offers diverse gluten free and vegetarian options. You’ll love tapping your feet to their regularly scheduled live music. The outdoor beer garden is the perfect place to […]  More Details

Knights Inn Miramichi

Make the most of this riverside city with a stay at the affordable Knights Inn Miramichi hotel. Conveniently located off Highway 8 in the heart of Miramichi, offering easy access to the Ritchie Wharf Park, French Fort Cove, and St. Michael’s Basilica. After a busy day of sightseeing in this inviting destination along the Miramichi […]  More Details

Tazza Caffe

Tazza Caffe prioritizes their guests comfort and well being offering hot coffee, muffins, pastries; and light, healthy meals.  Relax in the cozy bistro area with sofas, free wifi and even board games!  More Details

Pub 981

With a philosophy like “cooked here, made here”, what’s not to love? Founded by two young, local entrepreneurs, Pub 981 serves local favourites along with eclectic dishes from coast to coast. Pub 981 often hosts live entertainment, find their upcoming events on Facebook.  More Details

Chez Raymond

If the Village of Neguac is considered the gateway to the Acadian Peninsula, Chez Raymond is the gateway to eating well in the region.  Founded in 1947, by Raymond and Alvina Breau, after changing hands a few times, Jean-Guy Kenny has been the owner since 1999. A true family operation, his daughter Sonia Kenny now […]  More Details

Halcomb’s Moose Barn

Debbie & Dale Norton have five generations of experience behind them in creating unique travel experiences. Their most recent venture, The Moose Barn offers guests hot, hearty, homestyle meals with a side of their world famous hospitality. Don’t want to leave? You don’t have to! Call ahead to reserve your stay. Described as a snowmobilers […]  More Details

KC & Son’s Fish & Chips

Whether you’re hitting the snowmobile trails or out for a leisurely weekend drive, the Colepaugh family is happy to serve you a delicious, hearty meal! Try their crisply battered haddock, whole clams famous hangover poutine. Join them on Wednesday evenings for steak night, Thursdays for wings and Fridays for nachos!  More Details

Fletcher’s Farm

Try your best not to get lost while navigating your way through the five-acre corn maze and completing the Miramichi themed scavenger hunt! Fletcher’s maze is opening September 1st, 2019. Along with the regular day time maze, you’ll also have the opportunity to experience a night time maze! Once October hits, what better way to […]  More Details

The Vogue Theatre

Opening for the first time early in 1950, the Vogue Theatre was touted as “Chatham’s newest and most modern theatre.”  With seating for nearly 500 people, it was the place to see the newest blockbuster release of the day. For the next 50 years, the Vogue Theatre ran as a daily showing movie theatre to […]  More Details

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 […]  More Details

Creative Grounds Cafe

Located in Miramichi East, Creative Grounds Café is a cozy hideaway. Providing comfortable furniture along with free Wi-Fi, they also offer the perfect space to catch up on emails, play board games or meet up with an old friend. Drop by and enjoy an espresso-based specialty drink, coffee and tea from famed Atlantic roaster Nova […]  More Details

Capers Pub & Eatery

Located just off of Route 11, you will love Capers Pub and Eatery. Drop in for freshly fried fish in a light crispy batter made complete with a specialty poutine! While the winter months bring easy access to the trails for snowmobilers, the summer months bring the opportunity to catch the sunset from their expansive […]  More Details

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 on […]  More Details

Miramichi Monday #6: ASM, Doak House & more!

This week I made the pilgrimage back to Doaktown for another round of fun! You’re never too old to go to camp, as I realized when I joined “Come Play on Our River” at the Atlantic Salmon Museum. The camp is geared toward children aged 6-12 where they learn skills such as fly fishing, fly […]  More Details

Miramichi Monday #5: Tabusintac, Folk Song Festival & more!

This week I had the opportunity to make my first trip to Tabusintac and one of the community volunteers sure made it memorable! My day started at the light house where I climbed to the top for a view of the sparkling water. The light house features a slide show of the community photos showcasing […]  More Details

Miramichi Monday #4: Nelson & MacDonald Farm

Another Miramichi Monday has come and gone! This week I spent a lot of time stepping back into history! Thursday afternoon I took advantage of the beautiful weather and took the tour to Beaubears Island. The boat ride over the waters gives excellent views of the shoreline and Beaubears alike. The experienced and lovely captain […]  More Details

Miramichi Mondays #3: Upper Miramichi, Irish Fest & More

It has been another busy week on the road for me! My blogging skills have become in high demand! I have been loving every minute of my adventures in the Miramichi region. July 13 I made my first trip of the summer to Upper Miramichi! Upper Miramichi is home to some world class outfitters which […]  More Details

Miramichi Mondays #2: Salmon Conservation & Kouchibouguac Nature Park

Hey there! Welcome to Week 2 of Miramichi Mondays where I recount the awesome experiences I have had in the Miramichi Region this week. For those of you who don’t know I am a huge science nerd and am studying biology at MUN. This week was all about embracing my inner biologist and visiting some […]  More Details

Fletcher’s Sleigh Rides

Wind your way through the snowy woods by horse drawn sleigh until you find yourself at a cozy camp. There you can warm up by the wood fire with a cup of hot chocolate. The young and the young at heart alike will love trying our sliding hill, or enjoy a snowshoe in the surrounding forest, […]  More Details

Miramichi Mondays with Chels #1 July 3

I spent the past two months exploring Europe with its delicious food, beautiful landscapes and impressive architecture. I’ve come home and been antsy after spending everyday having a new adventure. Today, I was reminded that sometimes we get so busy exploring the world that we forget to explore what’s in our own back yard! I […]  More Details

Gallan’s Miramichi River Tubing

Located on the Main Southwest Miramichi River, Gallan’s tubing offers an experience fit for everyone!  They provide shuttle services, changing rooms, free parking and comfortable river tubes. They are open for the summer starting on June 28th and will remain open until September 2nd, 2019.  Gallan’s Miramichi River Tubing is open 7 days a week, […]  More Details

Jane St. Grill & Rotisserie

Located in the Howard Johnson Hotel the Jane St. Grill and Rotisserie overlooks the Mighty Miramichi River. Enjoy a cold beverage on their patio and take in the view. Enjoy their diverse selection of both local and international flavours. Every Wednesday evening is “Jerk Chicken” night available in traditional Jamaican spicy or Miramichi Mild.   More Details

Schooner Point Log Cabins

Schooner Point is a year round cottage rental destination just 15 minutes from downtown Miramichi. Enjoy rest and relaxation in a quiet, rustic setting overlooking the Miramichi bay.  Wake up every morning in your own two bedroom cedar-log cabin, complete with a kitchen, satellite tv and wifi!   More Details

Fishermen Pow Wow

  Fishermen’s Pow Wow – hosted on Waterford Green. Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief Roger Augustine brings together First Nations and non-First Nations fishermen in a spirit of peace and friendship.  Parade of boats, dance, music, cultural / artisan village and more. In solidarity with Jeux de L’Acadie, the Fishermen’s Pow Wow will not occur for […]  More Details

Miramichi Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival

June 27th – June 30th, 2019 Grab your poodle skirt and blue suede dancing shoes, this four-day Rock ‘N’ Roll festival takes place in Miramichi, New Brunswick.  Some of the many awesome events coming up for the 2019 festival A nightly showing of Mama Mia at James M. Hill theatre A street dance with a […]  More Details

Miramichi Exhibition

July 16th – 20th, 2019 From old favourites to new attractions, you will find something for the whole family with free admissions to the exhibition grounds every day.  An afternoon will fly by as you wander through the market place. Both the kids and the kids at heart will love the thrills of the amusements […]  More Details

Canada’s Irish Festival

July 19th – 22nd, 2019 People can’t stop talking about what a success the 2017 festival was! Big crowds, awesome entertainment, warm sunshine, and attractions to please the entire family. The Irish Festival committee can’t wait to do it again this year! Every year, thousands of people gather on the Miramichi for jam-packed weekend of […]  More Details

The 61st Miramichi Folksong Festival – August 4th – 9th, 2019

Canada’s Longest Standing Folksong Festival The 61st Miramichi Folksong Festival will be held from August 4th – 9th, 2019 at the Beaverbrook Kin Centre, 100 Newcastle Blvd. A musical week of celebration in song, dance, fiddles, Gospel Concert, New Brunswick Day Breakfast and noon luncheons with live music, children’s Show, Fiddle Workshop, Folk feast and […]  More Details

Napan Agricultural Show – August 8th – 11th, 2019

The 27th Annual Napan Agricultural Show is August 8th – 11th, 2019.  Each year, the organizers work together to promote agriculture and community living to the Miramichi and surrounding areas, through competitions, displays and volunteerism. Some of the highlights for this year’s show include: Ultimate Supreme Draft Horse Qualifying Show Wild ‘n Woolly (Kids Events) […]  More Details

Central NB Woodmen’s Lumberjack Festival

July 23rd – 28th, 2019   The Central NB Woodmen’s Museum is getting ready for another year of exciting axe wielding competitions and family fun! The Central NB Lumberjack games hosts the only Masters Division in the province where past champions compete in sports such as Cross-Cutting, Kettle Boiling and Axe Throwing as well as […]  More Details

Miramichi Scottish Festival – August 23rd – 25th, 2019

Kilt: It’s what happened to the last person who called it a skirt Join us in celebrating Scottish culture on the Miramichi. There will be traditional Scottish music (who doesn’t love the bag pipes?), traditional dishes, vendors, celidh, and dancing. For the full schedule, see below: August 23rd: The Tartan Banquet will be held at […]  More Details

Rotary Ribfest, May 24th – May 26th, 2019

A weekend of food, entertainment and friendly competition hosted by the Rotary Club of Newcastle on the waterfront, in Miramichi. Champion Ribbers offer up savory barbecued ribs, talented local performers provide musical entertainment and teams compete in the Rotary Atlantic Washer Toss Championship and the human foosball tournament. There are children’s and family activities, fire […]  More Details

Miramichi Striper Cup – May 25-27, 2018

Atlantic Canada’s premiere striped bass fishing tournament attracted over 1,000 fishing enthusiasts in 2015, its first year and has only gotten bigger & better since then. Now going into its fourth year, this multiple award winning tournament hosts competitive and amateur fishermen from throughout Eastern Canada and includes not only a professional team division but […]  More Details

Tabusintac Old Home Week

    Coming again in 2020  Tabusintac Old Home Week – Held every five years, the festival reunites family and friends in the small community of Tabusintac. Come join the fun at special events like the Blessing of the Fleet and Fireworks, the Old Home Week Parade, Family Day, Classic Car Show, Quilt Show, talent […]  More Details

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 use […]  More Details

Voyageur Canoe Adventure – Kouchibouguac National Park

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

Tabusintac Visitor Information Centre

The Tabusintac Interpretive Centre Lighthouse, designated a Municipal Information Centre. Visitors can also climb the lighthouse to view the Tabusintac River and to see the homestead of Charlotte Taylor, the lead character in the Sally Armstrong novel, “The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor”. The lighthouse site and experience is coordinated by the Community Development Corporation […]  More Details

Chatters Pub & Eatery

Chatters is Miramichi’s newest pub and eatery, located downtown Newcastle, next to Econolodge and across from Royal Bank. Chatters is dedicated to offering the freshest of Asian, Canadian and Korean cuisine.  Beautiful pub & eatery where great conversations never end.Choose from fresh, healthy, and delicious Canadian, Korean and Asian menu items with a variety of beers, […]  More Details

Miramichi Pronature

   Pronature is a family owned and operated outdoor store, focused on offering the very best products and services possible for every member of your family.  During the spring, from lines to lures, pronature will meet the fisherman’s outfitting needs for a premiere angling experience while the fall colours bring a wide assortment of “hunters […]  More Details

Pauline Young ART

     Pauline is a visual artist who was first exposed to the creative world through her father Phillip Young visual artist, who painted the bottoms on her feet. She still recalls the smooth sensation of paint oozing between her toes. She draws her inspiration from him and the natural environment and is always looking down […]  More Details


  Miramichi, une passerelle de motoneige de l’Odyssée du Nord Nouveau-Brunswick, est situé dans le cœur de la ceinture de neige avec des quantités de précipitations moyennes annuelles de 114 pouces (291 cm) et plus de 600 kilomètres de sentiers damées.  Les motoneigistes trouveront tous les services dont ils ont besoin à Miramichi. Des grands forfaits d’hébergement, des […]  More Details

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 look […]  More Details


Escape the hustle of everyday life with a hike through the natural beauty found along the Miramichi River. From flat wetlands to hilly hikes through the woods, there are trails for every skill level. You can also saddle up and enjoy kilometers of fast and flowing single-track. French Fort Cove Bike Trails Miramichi Trails Map  More Details

Dare the Dark With the Headless Nun – French Fort Cove Nature Park

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

Maurie’s Mini-Putt & Ice Cream

Maurie’s Mini Putt & Ice Cream is an 18-hole course, featuring whimsical obstacles such as a windmill, a swinging buoy, lighthouse and even a replica of Miramichi’s Centennial Bridge! Their dairy bar includes 48 delicious flavours of ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet. Along with a decision spinner for those who are feeling adventurous.. To […]  More Details

Kouchibouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac: Difficult to pronounce… impossible to forget One of two wilderness Canadian national parks in New Brunswick, Kouchibouguac is a fascinating mosaic of bogs, salt marshes, tidal rivers, sparkling freshwater systems, sheltered lagoons, abandoned fields and tall forests which characterizes the Maritime Plain Natural Region. Natural wonders abound in this Park that boasts the second […]  More Details

Pita Pit

At Pita Pit, what goes into the pitas is just as important as what gets left out. Nothing’s deep-fried, battered or grilled in fat. No added salt unless you say you want it.  There are some great vegetarian options like the much-loved falafal pita! Bring the whole family in on Tuesdays, when kids eat for free! On the […]  More Details

Ritchie Wharf Park

Shipbuilding is the theme of this charming public park. While this very waterfront was once a thriving shipbuilding industry, today it is a place where your children can have fun in the nautically themed playground. They’ll love to play and get wet on the splash pad, then sit down for a scoop (or 3) of ice cream! You’ll […]  More Details

French Fort Cove

French Fort Cove is a multi-season park with walking, hiking and biking trails. During the months of July and August courageous visitors can take part in the Dare the Dark with the Headless Nun adventure. Autumn brings beautiful views of colourful fall foliage.  More Details

Miramichi Folklore Park

Home of the Heritage Players – The Heritage Players is a Miramichi theater group formed in 2006 that is dedicated to preserving and presenting the region’s history and culture in a way that is educational and entertaining to today’s audiences. To date they have produced over 100 performances based on Miramichi characters.  At the Park itself, there is […]  More Details

Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association

The Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association (MRMA) is a non-profit organization that promotes education, understanding, communication, and harmony among all cultures; attracts and assists in the settlement of immigrants and, advocates for the interests of people of all heritages. MRMA’s Settlement Services Office, located at 1808 Water Street (Chatham), provides access orientation, support, and referral services for immigrant newcomers to […]  More Details

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 include […]  More Details

Newcastle Farmers’ Market

Come check out the Newcastle Farmers Market every Friday from 10am to 2pm.  Meet locals who sell their creations, from handmade jewellery, to homemade cookies and jam. Along with purses, wood crafts and tupperware.  It’s always a good idea to get some lunch while shopping at the market. The Farmer’s Market offers eat in or […]  More Details

Boston Pizza

Boston Pizza Miramichi offers a casual dining setting while serving gourmet pizzas made with their signature hand pressed dough. They’re also known for their mouth-watering pasta selections, wide variety of appetizers, salads, entrées and desserts. With a separate sports bar area, Boston Pizza is the perfect place to catch the big game! During the summer […]  More Details

Beaverbrook House

The childhood home of William Maxwell Aitken – better known as Lord Beaverbrook. Enter the beautiful 1877 Victorian style house and take pleasure in viewing the carefully restored architecture. Throughout your visit, you will learn more about the man who was once described as “an idle boy” and was credited with the phrase “Pots and […]  More Details

Wilson’s Sporting Camps

For almost a century and a half, the Wilson family has been in the business of providing great Atlantic salmon fly fishing, hunting, and outdoor adventures to clients from around the world. They are in the Miramichi River valley of New Brunswick, one of the most scenic places in Canada. A pristine, “just as God […]  More Details

Metepenagiag Lodge

Surrounded by nature with stunning views of the Miramichi River, this year-round operation offers accommodations, dining and conference room facilities. The beautiful 10-bedroom cedar lodge sits high on the banks overlooking the river and is just 20 minutes outside the city of Miramichi. Relax on the tranquil grounds, feast on traditional local cuisine. The Metepenagiag […]  More Details

Tabusintac Centennial Memorial Library & Museum

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

Middle Island

The Miramichi River Valley received a significant number of Irish immigrants in the years before and during the potato famine. Many early Irish settlers came for the economic opportunities promised by the lumber industry, but there were many others who were far less fortunate. On June 3rd 1847, the Looshtauk out of Dublin, Ireland arrived at Middle Island, which […]  More Details

MacDonald Farm Heritage Site

The Historic MacDonald Farm site in Bartibog overlooks the Miramichi River. To discover its secrets and appreciate the charming scenery, visitors take a horse drawn wagon along a winding trail leading to the spectacular historic homestead. A tour of the fine stone house, built in the Georgian tradition, in the company of the costumed guides will take you […]  More Details

Country Haven Lodge

Country Haven Miramichi is a 4-star, year-round outdoor adventure resort located on the riverbank of the world-famous Atlantic-salmon river, the Miramichi, located in central New Brunswick. Country Haven offers guest packages that can include air transportation from anywhere in the world, with choices ranging from “all-inclusive lodge accommodations” to “private self-catering 2- or 3-bedroom-cottage rentals”. While staying at Country Haven, […]  More Details

East Wind Gifts

This seasonal shop is located on Ritchie’s Wharf and offers an eclectic mix of crafts from local artisans including handmade jewelry, sea glass art, quilts, souvenirs and more! The knowledgable staff ensure that you get personalized service to help find that perfect gift to bring home (or will help you treat yourself!)   More Details

Days Inn

Welcome to the stylishly renovated Days Inn Miramichi where you’re guaranteed to have a relaxing sleep on the plush pillow top bed. For your convenience, all guest suites include microwaves, mini-fridges and 32″ flat screen TVs. The Days Inn is also pleased to offer both accessible and pet friendly rooms. Other hotel amenities include free […]  More Details

Camping Miramichi, A Treehouse Resort

A family campground set on over 200 acres in the heart of Miramichi. An idyllic country setting amidst towering pines bordering the Black River. Explore the forest and river trails, take a swim in the pool or just relax on the spacious lawns. Whether you’re a kid, or a kid at heart; you’ll love sleeping […]  More Details

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 cooler […]  More Details

O’Neill’s Fish Market

O’Neill’s Fish Market in Escuminac offers fresh-off-the-boat seafood. An authentic seafood market, located on the Escuminac Wharf, visit O’Neill’s to pick up the very best in local New Brunswick fish and seafood.  More Details

Econo Lodge

During your stay at the Econo Lodge Miramichi, you will have the choice of one of thirty-eight clean, well-appointed and cozy hotel rooms overlooking the scenic Miramichi River.  The Econo Lodge is in the heart of Miramichi, it is very close to popular tourist attractions, government and city offices, major banks, local businesses and many […]  More Details

Wilsons Point

Wilsons Point is a site with great significance to the history of Miramichi. Many of the earliest English speaking settlers lived and were buried in this area and it holds  the history of our Scottish ancestors. The Scottish Heritage Association has been working to preserve the history of this area, and have restored the original gravesites & walking […]  More Details

1809 Restaurant

Miramichi’s premiere dining destination! Let the chefs at 1809 wow you with their carefully curated dishes. Start your day off with a signature breakfast with mouth-watering options like smoked salmon Eggs Benedict. During the dinner hour, you’ll want to savour every bite of the farm to table feature, which showcases locally sourced ingredients. Friday evenings, […]  More Details

Priceville Footbridge

Nestled off Highway 8 on the outskirts of Doaktown, The Priceville Footbridge is one of the great wonders of the Miramichi. Travel back through time on this suspension footbridge, which spans the waters of the Miramichi River. Surrounded by scenic farmland and forests, the bridge makes for a great opportunity to stretch your legs, or just a […]  More Details

Central NB Woodmen’s Museum

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

Water Street Farmers’ Market

The Water Street Farmers’ Market is open Saturdays from 9am-1pm.  There is many food vendors as well as a kitchen staff who offer a hearty home-cooked breakfast. After having a bite to eat, why not check out all the small-town vendors who showcase their goods.  You may see locally grown organic meats and vegetables, handmade […]  More Details

Upper Oxbow Adventures & MROC Lodges

For over 190 years the Blackmore family has been in the business of providing the best Atlantic Salmon angling and outdoor adventure experiences on the Miramichi. Taking  up residence on the banks of the Little Southwest Miramichi in 1823 where they have been stewards of the river for six generations. Today, the tradition continues at […]  More Details

Tran’s Palace

Tran’s palace is a local favourite go-to for Chinese food! Family owned and operated, the Tran family is known all around the river for their excellence in customer service. Some of the delicious menu offerings include: fall off the bone spare ribs, perfectly crispy egg rolls, moo-goo gai pan and more! Their “Dinner for…” options […]  More Details

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 to […]  More Details

Tabusintac Chalets & Cottages

Warm, inviting cottages located on the banks of the stunning Tabusintac River. Nestled between the Tabusintac Regional Golf Club and ATV, snowmobile & walking trails, this is the perfect location to enjoy a blissful experience no matter the occasion.  16 cottages on a private lane with a beautiful view, each cottage fully furnished with either queen size or twin […]  More Details

Sunrise Campground

On the bank of the beautiful Miramichi River, overlooking Bartibog and Sheldrake islands, the Sunrise Campground offers many services, including wireless internet access, a swimming pool and an arcade for the kids. All lots are fully serviced and many are pull-through. The Sunrise Campground is very central. Gordon’s Wharf, with its sandy beach, boat launch and docks, is only a […]  More Details

Stewart’s Tubing

Sit back and enjoy a lazy day floating on an inner tube down the Miramichi River with Stewart’s Tubing, the original tubing destination on the Miramichi. All ages are welcome! Non-swimmers should bring own PFD.   Free Parking and a shuttle service to your launch point are provided! For your convenience: takeout facilities, a convenience store, ice […]  More Details

Rural Community of Upper Miramichi

Situated along the Miramichi River, the Rural Community of Upper Miramichi is approximately 45 minutes to Fredericton and an hour to Miramichi City along Route 8. Upper Miramichi is the geographical centre of the province and is made up of 16 communties. Whether you’re interested in the history of the forest industry in the area—The Central NB Woodmen’s Museum […]  More Details

Rodd Miramichi River Hotel

Nestled on the banks of the Miramichi River in the City of Miramichi’s Historic Water Street Business District, The Rodd Miramichi is not the typical city centre hotel. The riverside location provides both views of and step-outside access to the river and recreational trails. Instead of views of other buildings you can see blue sky […]  More Details

Retirement Miramichi

Retirement Miramichi offers a wide variety of rental homes with a size and style to suit your budget and lifestyle. With rents as low as $543/month, you’ll have more time and money in your pocket to do the things you want to do. Make the Right Move. Retire in Miramichi, New Brunswick.  More Details

Escuminac Wharf

The Escuminac Wharf is the largest full-service inshore wharf in Canada, gracefully overlooking the Miramichi Bay. Discover Escuminac’s welcoming hospitality, natural scenic wonders, and taste of the sea that is second to none! Whether you’re boating commercially, for leisure, or maybe just taking your family out for an afternoon adventure, we welcome you to experience […]  More Details

Pond’s Resort

The Pond Family of Porter Cove, New Brunswick has operated a riverside adventure lodge in central New Brunswick, for four generations, offering visitors opportunities to enjoy the legendary Miramichi River up close and personal.  Pond’s Resort on the Miramichi offers you the classic Miramichi River experience, specializing in private riverside lodging, family reunions and meetings, full-service hosting and catering, […]  More Details

Portage Restaurant

The Portage Family Restaurant is proud to feature a comfortable and warm atmosphere, a full menu with delicious and healthy selections the whole family will enjoy.  The Portage has been a family tradition for over 30 years in the beautiful city of Miramichi.  Whether it’s a full hearty breakfast, a delicious lunch, or a wonderfully […]  More Details

Storeytown Cottages & Expeditions

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

Napan Bakery

Specializing in German baked goods, the Napan Bakery is the place to stop for pastries, cakes, and breads. Sip on a hot coffee while you dive into a good book or even people watch in this comfortable café on Miramichi’s Historic Water Street.   More Details

Miramichi Salmon Conservation Centre

The Miramichi Salmon Conservation Centre (MSCC) is the oldest operating Atlantic salmon hatchery in Canada. Located in South Esk, New Brunswick, the facility is only 5km west of the City of Miramichi. The first buildings and ponds were constructed in 1873 and Atlantic salmon eggs were collected for incubation that year. The MSCC has operated continuously since that time […]  More Details

Miramichi River Boat Tours

Discover Miramichi aboard the 50 passenger, Max Aitken tour boat featuring the river’s only double decker touring. Relax in comfort as your colourful Acadian Captain, Azade Haché interprets the river and its history. Fully certified, licensed and bilingual, the Max Aitken is Transport Canada approved. Ninety minute tours depart Ritchie Wharf. In addition, evening cruises, special events and group […]  More Details

Miramichi Golf and Country Club

Miramichi Golf & Country Club was established in 1925 at Bushville, NB on the south bank of the Miramichi River. Among New Brunswick golf courses it stands as possibly the most challenging 18- hole layout in the northeast. The narrow fairways, sand traps and water hazards all come into play truly challenging its players golfing skills, where each stroke depends […]  More Details

Miramichi Dragway Park

You’ll be on the edge of your seat as you watch some of Canada’s finest racers fly past the grand-stands.  Miramichi Dragway Park is a 1/4 mile dragstrip located in Miramichi  with the best traction in Eastern Canada starting with 120ft of concrete launch pads, to a well maintained asphalt track surface of 1320ft. The track also […]  More Details

Metepenagiag Heritage Park

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

Kouchibouguac Resort

Nestled among the woods at the edge of Kouchibouguac National Park, the Kouchibouguac Resort boasts trails that connect directly to the famous hiking and cross country skiing trails of the Park. The resort is the only roofed accommodation and restaurant close to the Kouchibouguac National Park. The Kouchibougac resort is also close to a variety of activities like […]  More Details

King George B&B

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

Howard Johnson Miramichi

Enjoy a welcoming waterfront accommodation along the Miramichi River. The Howard Johnson Hotel is located just minutes from Downtown Miramichi, The Civic Center and Ritchie’s Wharf. At the Howard Johnson Hotel, enjoy a unique and comfortable Miramichi hotel stay with many great services and amenities. The hotel offers a free hot breakfast, an indoor saltwater […]  More Details

Gaston Adventure Tours

Let Gaston Adventure Tours take you on a guided river tour on the world famous Main Southwest Miramichi River. Take the signature tour by vehicle deep into the forest at the upper reaches of the river—find yourself at the brink of New Brunswick’s highest water fall spilling through mineral rich rock and old growth forest after a 10 minute […]  More Details

Fundy Line Motel

Clean, comfortable and affordable, the Fundy Line Motel & Restaurant welcomes all travellers to a home-away-from-home. The Fundy Line is centrally located, overlooking the Miramichi River, close to French Fort Cove and many other amenities and attractions. Rooms were recently renovated, ensuring that you’ll enjoy your rest in a comfortable bed covered with a hand-quilted […]  More Details

Escuminac Beach & Family Park

Whether you are looking for a quiet vacation or a fun filled day at the beach with your loved ones, Escuminac Beach and Family Park is waiting for you! Savour the sea, enjoy a leisurely stroll along the boardwalks built to protect the natural sand dunes or relax under a gazebo for a picnic and admire a […]  More Details

Enclosure Campground

Located on historic Wilson’s Point, the Enclosure Campground offers a variety of camping site options in an idyllic forest setting.If you don’t feel like cooking dinner, then our convenient fully licensed restaurant is ready and waiting for you! Then, you can enjoy an evening camp-fire beneath the stars before dozing off in your privately wooded […]  More Details

City of Miramichi

Situated along the world-famous salmon fishing river, the city of Miramichi, New Brunswick offers cultural experiences that allow you to discover the heritage of the region and its people. If you’ve ever tangled with the mighty Atlantic salmon, you know the fish tales are true. The ghost stories, lumberjack legends and other local folklore we leave to your imagination. […]  More Details

Carrefour Beausoleil

The Galerie ARTcadienne provides visual artists from Miramichi and all over New Brunswick with an exceptional venue to showcase their art works. For 25 years, the Galerie ARTcadienne, located at Carrefour Beausoleil School and Community Centre, allows art lovers to discover the works of established and promising artists in the area. The Galerie ARTcadienne has tasked itself with ensuring […]  More Details

Ile Beaubears Island

Visit Beaubears Island, a place where fortunes were made and lives were lost, and learn the role Beaubears Island played in Miramichi and Canada’s history. The modern Interpretive Centre and Museum in Nelson houses several artifacts, interactive touch-screens, and a model depicting how the Island looked in its prime circa 1840. After enjoying the Interpretive […]  More Details