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3 - 5 Days
Experience nature at its finest and go with the flow of the river.
Cast a line for the King of Game Fish. Follow this road trip along the Miramichi River to experience some of the best salmon fishing the world has to offer. Round it out with hearty home-cooked meals and plenty of outdoor activity that doesn’t require a fly rod. Paddle, relax, explore... with scenery this beautiful, it won’t be long before you’re lost in the magic of the river.
Nestled deep in the forest, this is the heart of lumberjack country. Come here for local folklore, cosy accommodations and prime salmon fishing.
Explore the folklore and ghosts of the Miramichi lumber industry at this historic site. Ride the Dungarvon Whooper Train and visit the Avenger Plane.
Experience the smell of freshly chopped wood, swish of the cross-cuts, taste of home-baked beans, and the roar of the hot saws, “the NASCAR” of the lumberjack world!
The essential New Brunswick riverside experience! Lodge and private log cabins on the Miramichi River. Pub & eatery, salmon fishing excursions and outdoor activities year round.
Spend two nights in a secluded, fully equipped riverside cabin with your very own private fishing waters. Guides are available if you need them!
Learn about the river and experience it firsthand in the heart of the Miramichi region. Paddling, fishing and delicious dining await.
Community owned museum housing 18 permanent exhibits that reflect the island’s fishery, navigational, cultural and natural science history.
Learn the bygone arts of weaving, butter making, and preserving/pickling among the 19th-century surroundings of historic Doak House. Costumed guides provide expert instruction.
You’ll find lots of outdoor adventure here! This is home to the Atlantic Salmon Museum.
Guest blogger Arpenter le Chemin shows you how to get back to nature in ‘The Miramichi’.
Legendary fishing lives here. Blackville offers the classic Miramichi experience, with bountiful salmon pools, knowledgeable guides and plenty of good times.
Gateway to the Miramichi Valley, internationally renowned for its Atlantic salmon fishing. Trails, family restaurant and unspoiled nature awaits!
Fish private pools on one of the world’s renowned salmon rivers and end the day with a delicious salmon supper.
World-class, all-inclusive fishing packages on the world-famous Miramichi River. Guided fishing, canoeing, kayaking tours. Day and multi-day packages available.
Plan to get away with this retreat to a cosy cottage and an afternoon of fun spent wheeling in a comfy side-by-side along scenic riverside trails.
Aboriginal roots run deep here. Ancient culture and 6th-generation fishing guides make for an unforgettable experience.
Take your appreciation of Mi’kmaq culture to a whole new level with an overnight retreat in a tipi and an evening of storytelling by the campfire.
Help prepare a traditional aboriginal meal at an outdoor cooking shelter. Linger by the campfire to hear more about 3,000 years of history.
NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
An interactive interpretive centre on 2 National Historic Sites: the Augustine Mound (burial ground) and the Oxbow.
Enjoy a half- or full-day guided salmon fly-fishing adventure on the river followed by a mouth-watering meal at the lodge.
With Irish, Acadian and Aboriginal influences, Miramichi offers a unique cultural experience surrounded by Atlantic Canada’s great outdoors.
Situated along the world-famous salmon-angling river, the city of Miramichi offers activities for all ages.
Chef Jesse MacDonald, of the excellent 1809 Restaurant & Bar in Miramichi, shares his recipe for a delicious blackened salmon.
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
Built in 1877, this is the boyhood home of Lord Beaverbrook. Learn about his life and historical Miramichi.
Discover Miramichi aboard the double-decker, "Max Aitken" tour boat as your colourful Acadian Captain tells stories of the river.
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 the in the area.
Situated on the Miramichi River. Fitness centre, indoor pool, restaurant with deck overlooking river. Contemporary atmosphere. Free high-speed Internet.
Family campground set on over 80 ha (200 acres) in the heart of Miramichi. Wi-Fi, laundry, walking trails, fishing, outdoor pool and treehouses.
World-class fishing and hunting and other outdoor adventures including canoeing and tubing on the spectacular Miramichi River. Snowmobiling in winter.
Mighty Miramichi Road Trip
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