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3 - 4 Days
Journey through adventurous wilderness and camp in pristine provincial parks.
Get an altitude adjustment. Some of the world’s oldest mountains are right here in our backyard, and this road trip has you hiking, biking and paddling through them. Let us guide you to the top of the Maritimes’ highest peak, or get a canoe’s-eye-view of the scenery below. Top it off with campfire tales told under the stars.
One of the points of entry to Atlantic Canada, Campbellton combines the best of the great outdoors with cultural charm for a unique urban experience.
Gateway to the Atlantic Provinces, Campbellton is a unique destination because of the community’s cultural diversity, the festivals and the nature.
Learn about the Restigouche region and the famous people who fish salmon here. Displays, exhibitions, research facilities and a great gift shop.
Meet Chef Edit Horvàth of Campbellton’s Café Europa and get her recipe for Spicy Butternut Squash Cream Soup.
Permanent display tells the fascinating story of the Mi'kmaq, French, Acadian and Scottish heritage of the Restigouche region. Various exhibits featuring contemporary artists.
Keep your camera and your best hiking boots handy. This pristine wilderness park offers adventure of all levels and a family-friendly campground.
Year-round activities; restaurant, lodge and campground. Great ski resort and Atlantic Canada’s only lift-service mountain bike trail. Hiking trails, wildlife viewing and more. Open year-round
Your guide will teach you the ins-and-outs of the bike park and help you improve your control skills on a “Cadillac” of a mountain bike!
A unique mountain biking experience, Atlantic Canada’s only bike park. Built by Gravity Logic, the company who built the # 1 bike park in Whistler, BC.
Find us next door to the city of Campbellton. Outdoor adventure abounds at Sugarloaf Provincial Park!
This is the heart of Appalachian Mountain country. Discover rich history and rivers perfect for fishing and paddling.
Explore a 1930s heritage logging village. Lumbering techniques, audiovisual presentation and 1- to 2-hour guided tour of a 14-building woodmen camp will introduce you to frontier life.
In the heart of the Appalachian mountain country you will find a rich history, breathtaking beauty and endless opportunities for exploration!
Discover various maple products: traditional or novelty candies, sweet or salty treats, maple for yourself or as a gift… there’s something for everyone!
Admire the splendour of New Brunswick’s waterways with a canoe or kayak ride through the heart of the Appalachian Range. Rentals and packages available.
Grab your cowboy hat – this is the home of a rockin’ rodeo and rustic northern character. Use Saint-Quentin as your home base for nearby adventure.
The third-largest Western festival in Canada and the only event that hosts a professional western rodeo in the Maritimes.
Atlantic Canada's maple capital! Discover the highest point of the Maritimes, Mount Carleton, and travel down the Restigouche River.
Itinerary linking Saint-Quentin’s 18 heritage sites, to be toured on foot, by car or by bicycle (brochures and rental bikes available at the Old Train Station Tourist Centre).
This Visitor Information Centre has an exhibition hall, art gallery and a gift shop and offers a variety of free services to travellers.
Ever wonder what 10-million treetops look like? Now’s your chance to find out. You’ll spot wild animals and rare plants, too, at this designated Dark Sky Preserve.
Guided trek up the Mount Carleton Trail, the highest peak in the Maritimes. Parks Natural Leaders provide support and expertise. See a view of 10 million trees from the peak!
The highest peak in the Maritimes. Camping, heritage cabins, fishing, canoeing, beach, wildlife observation and a 62-km (38.5-mi.) hiking trail network.
Meet Canoe craftsman Bill Miller and discover the rich heritage that courses through the waterways of New Brunswick’s Appalachian communities.
Unplug and play in New Brunswick’s Provincial Parks. Nine different parks with nine unique stories make play time instead of screen time fun and easy to do.
Part of every road trip is exploring along the way. Each route offers something different, but these are some things to keep an eye out for in the area.
Downtown, next to a shopping centre and the Restigouche riverfront walk. Continental breakfast. Wireless Internet available. CAA/AAA member. Kids stay free.
Family-oriented accommodation with 9 rustic chalets and 3 rooms near the river. On-site licensed lunch counter with meals to go and Sunday brunch.
The Appalachian Adventure Road Trip
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