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.

Tide Head is part of the Appalachian walking trail route.

Did you know?
Tide Head is known as the Fiddlehead Capital of the world.
 

Tide Head
6 Mountain Road,
Tide Head, NB, E3N 4J9
Tel.: (506)789-6550
Fax: (506)789-6553
viltide@nb.sympatico.ca
www.tidehead.ca

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