Municipalities

Atholville

Atholville is a small municipality along the banks of the Restigouche River incorporated in 1966. For those who like fresh air, the Sugarloaf Park offers a variety of activities. Depending on the season, you can enjoy walking, mountain biking, birdwatching, cross-country or down-hill skiing, snowmobiling, outdoor skating and much more.

Balmoral

Sixteen kilometers from east to west, Balmoral boasts being the longest village in New Brunswick. Balmoral is also the gateway to the wooded paradise known as “The South East” where one can hunt, fish, snowmobile or go ATVing.

A tight-knit community, where Sunday breakfasts and evening social events are regularly on the agenda, Balmoral hosts their annual Trout Festival in early June.

Belledune

Located on the Bay of Chaleur, Belledune is one of the area’s most relaxing and picturesque vacation destinations.

In the summertime, enjoy the beaches, the playground, camping at the Jacquet River Campground, hunting, fishing, and bird watching. Visit Heritage Park, the Jacquet River Salmon Barrier or simply relax by the Bay at Roherty Point.

Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, sporting events and winter carnivals make for exciting family fun and adventure in the winter months!

Campbellton

Campbellton, a four season destination, is the entry point to Atlantic Canada. It is set amid one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges, the Appalachians, and located on the shores of the Restigouche River, known worldwide for salmon fishing.

This city has everything to charm the visitors. Campbellton is host to a number of annual events such as SnoFest, Salmon Festival, Bluegrass Campout and Harvest Fest.

Charlo

Situated on the shores of the Bay of Chaleur, Charlo is one of the oldest settlements in Restigouche County. Incorporated in 1966, this village presently has approximately 1400 citizens

While visiting Charlo, you will be charmed by its natural beauty (impressive landscape, abundant flowers and wildlife, beaches and lagoons), as well as by the events and facilities available to ensure a pleasant stay (Summer Splash Festival, Fall Fair, Blue Heron Camping, Aventuriers Ski Club and Chalet, NB Trail, Charlo Dam and Charlo Fish Hatchery).

Dalhousie

Situated at the mouth of the majestic Restigouche River, Dalhousie is the most northern community in New Brunswick. With a population of 3476, this coastal town is known for its magnificent scenery and its recreational and sporting infrastructures.

Dalhousie is the perfect place to unwind with its beach, campground, several playgrounds, a leisure centre comprised of an indoor pool and a weight room, tennis courts, soccer fields, ball fields and walking trails. Attend a concert during one of our festivals, or admire the picturesque landscape which is sure to delight you.

Eel River Bar 1st Nation

Micmac Culture
Despite having only 605 residents, the Eel River Bar First Nation unveils the secrets of its past and present through its unique language, folklore, and vibrant history of age-old traditions.

Experience the culture during National Aboriginal Day on June 21st and participate in the annual Pow Wow. Visit Heron Island, admire the panoramic view of the Bay of Chaleur and snowmobile or even ice-fish in the winter. Whichever the activity, the community awaits you.

A Micmac Adventure. Tjalasi-Welcome!

Eel River Crossing

Walk along our “Promenade des ministres” trail and you will discover a river abounding with wildlife, osprey and various floral species. Eel River Crossing, a municipality with 1168 residents, is home to one of the oldest fire trucks, a 1936 Chevrolet.

Kedgwick

When you arrive in Kedgwick, you’ll understand why it is renowned for its landscape and Acadian forests.

This village is in proximity to two world renowned magnificent rivers-- the Restigouche and Kedgwick. Both of these bodies of water are tributaries of numerous streams which are favorable for sport fishing. The outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy paddling a canoe along these rivers. During your stay, enjoy our many trails by foot, snowmobile or ATV.

St-Quentin

Maple Capital of the Atlantic since 2004, Saint Quentin greets you at the entrance to the Appalachian Mountains and the Restigouche. Located on Route 17, Saint Quentin will seduce you from the foothills of the summit of the Maritimes, the Mount Carleton Provincial Park, offering an incredible view that will delight you.

You will discover a modern but yet, old-fashioned town, with its very own personal and rustic charm. Hostess to the biggest Western Festival of the Maritimes where all the cow-boys get together to put on a show for you!

Tide Head

Tide Head, small village nestled between the Appalachian Mountains and the Restigouche River is a fisherman’s paradise. In the spring, the Islands and banks of the waterways are carpeted with fiddleheads. The River attracts canoeists, nature lovers and water enthusiasts.

Morrissey Rock Park, known for its railway tunnel, offers travelers a small picnic site, outdoor restrooms, and breathtaking views of the Restigouche River and its islands.

Activities include swimming, canoeing, snowmobiling, skating, snowshoeing, cycling and walking trails.

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