Northeastern New Brunswick attractions

Top Choice Park in Caraquet

Acadian Historic Village

Just 15km west of Caraquet, this village of old is 33 original buildings relocated to this historical site. Staff in period costumes reflect life from 1780 to 1880. Several hours are required to have a good look, th…
Park in Campbellton

Sugarloaf Provincial Park

Dominated by Sugarloaf Mountain, which rises nearly 400m above sea level and looks vaguely like one of its other namesakes in Rio, Sugarloaf Provincial Park is located off Hwy 11 at exit 415. From the base, it's jus…
Museum in Caraquet

Founding Cultures Museum

If you're traveling down Rte 11 and feel the need to be wowed, stop in at the Founding Cultures Museum in Grande-Anse. Sure, there are detailed displays on Scottish, English, Irish, First Nation and Acadian cultures…
Waterfall in Bathurst

Pabineau Falls

On the territory of the Mi'kmaq Pabineau Nation, this pretty waterfall tumbles down the Nepisiguit River, about 14km south of Bathurst. The drive here is scenic and many people picnic on the banks. Check with locals…
Museum in Northeastern New Brunswick

Historical Museum of Tracadie

Unmasking a little-known but tragically gripping story, the Historical Museum of Tracadie focuses on the leprosy colony based here from 1849 to as late as 1965. Having originally been quarantined to nearby Sheldrake…
Nature Reserve in Bathurst

Point Daly Reserve

Stop in at the interpretive center before heading out on one of this nature reserves' nine marked trails, all courtesy of a former mining company. Just 5km from Bathurst, come here to see Canada geese on their migra…
Museum in Bathurst

Bathurst Heritage Museum

Bathurst's history is proudly displayed here with artifacts galore, from photos to maps and mining equipment.