Anne's Tubing is an all new river tubing company on the Nepisiguit River with a finishing point at Heath Steele Bridge, situated approximately 40 km from Bathurst. We will have a shuttle service for our customers to bring them from the starting point to the drop-in point.
The Life of a Musher / Sled Dog Adventures
Experience the life of a musher and the feeling of freedom while taking part in our dog sledding tours and getaways. You can take the security training to drive your own team of dogs under the supervision of a guide with more than 20 years' experience, or sit back and let the guide take care of the driving while you enjoy the beautiful winter scenery of northern New Brunswick.
Choose one of the many packages offered and embark on a great adventure.
L'Acadien Sea Adventures
Meet Captain Charles at the wharf, then board the 24-passenger boat that takes you to the fishing grounds. As you get farther out to sea, you can enjoy the scenery of Chaleur Bay before picking up a rod. You don’t even need special equipment to experience the thrill of a catch – one of the Captain’s regular fishing lines is all it takes!
Daly Point Nature Reserve
The park consists of 7.5 km of trails running through more than approximately 40 hectares. One can view hundreds of species of flowers, plants and animals. Special attractions include the thousands of Canadian Geese who arrive on their migratory voyage in the fall, and the rare Maritime Ringlet Butterfly found in only ten saltmarshes in the world.
Seafood Through the Seasons
Real fishermen greet you at the local wharf where they share their passion for the sea and its finest delicacy, the Atlantic lobster. Continue your experience at Danny’s Inn Restaurant or the Atlantic Host Restaurant where a variety of fresh seafood is served throughout the year.
For group reservations, you can fully experience lobster fishing and the culinary adventure that is preparation at the Fishermen Garage in Petit-Rocher.
Beach Taxi (seasonal), Beresford
Ride along 1.5 km of beachfront property in a unique bicycle-powered taxi, driven by a friendly local guide. The roofed taxi protects you from sun (or rain) as you’re pedaled along, listening to stories about the nature, culture and history of the Beresford area. Gain tips for beachcombing and sea glass hunting and learn about fascinating elements unique to the area, including the rare Maritime Ringlet Butterfly that calls Beresford Marsh home. Or just simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride along this serene stretch of coast.
Bicycle rental (seasonal), La Promenade Waterfront, Bathurst
Pedal your way along picturesque boardwalks while admiring spectacular views of one of the most beautiful bays in the world. This is the place to be for shopping for authentic regional products and souvenirs, for a fun afternoon by the water with the family or for a unique dining experience with friends in a restaurant overlooking the harbour.
Pilot for a Day with Evasion Air, Bathurst
Experience the thrill of a lifetime by becoming a pilot for a day. Our trained pilots will teach you how to fly, then hand you control of your own plane. Safe, fun and unforgettable.
Mother Earth’s Journey (seasonal), Pabineau First Nation
Your Mi’kmaq hostess leads you along a wooded trail to an ancient sacred space. There you’ll be invited to take part in a traditional ‘smudging’ ceremony. You’re presented with four indigenous, sacred plants, each with its own significance, and with them you create your own medicine pouch. Then you join in to share authentic lusgnign (Indian bread) and tea. While listening to the stories and legends, you feel connected to the fundamentals of Aboriginal culture and embraced by Mother Earth.
Atlas Park is an exceptional 45-acre site centered on a deep lake with crystal-clear water and surrounded by a majestic forest. This is the ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts, with activities such as rowboat, pedal boat & kayak rentals, arctic char fishing, pristine walking trails, licensed terrace and more.
Water Park at Coronation Park
Located in the heart of downtown Bathurst, Coronation Park offers a pristine green space getaway for the whole family! Numerous amenities include: splash pad, playground, 3 km of paved trails, gazebo, dog park and multiple playing fields.
What do you get when you mix 1,500 km (900 mi.) of groomed snowmobile trails with the most snow in the Maritimes? One unforgettable adventure. Get ready to test your limits as you explore the winter wonderland between the cities of Bathurst, Campbellton, Edmundston, Miramichi, and now the Acadian Peninsula.
Located at Auberge de la Vallée, Bathurst Adventure is an experience you’ll never forget. The knowledgeable guides will take you and your team on an enjoyable journey on groomed ATV trails surrounding the beautiful Bay of Chaleur. ATVs, touring quads and side-by-sides are available for rent.
Mount Carleton Provincial Park
Experience the view from the top of New Brunswick as you climb to the summit of Mount Carleton, the highest peak in the Maritimes. The trail to the top winds through majestic Acadian forests and across awe-inspiring mountain peaks. On a clear day, from the top of the Maritimes’ highest mountain, you can see 10 million trees.
From a wheelchair-accessible trail at Williams Falls to more challenging mountain hikes, all 11 trails are worth exploring.
- Mount Carleton, 820 m (2,690 ft.) the highest peak in the Maritimes
- Mount Head, 792 m (2,589 ft.) off the beaten track, but worth it
- Mount Sagamook, 777 m (2,549 ft.) our most challenging hike
- Mount Bailey, 564 m (1,850 ft.) an easier climb and great view
Sugarloaf Provincial Park is the perfect destination for a group getaway or wilderness adventures. The park contains more than 25 km (16 mi.) of hiking and biking trails, with the 4 km (2.5 mi.) Terry Fox Trail winding around the base of the mountain.
Sugarloaf’s downhill bike park offers Atlantic Canada’s only lift-service mountain bike park. Trails range from beginner to expert, and they’re jam-packed with berms, table tops, drops, step-ups and wooden features. The park’s spacious ski lodge features a licensed restaurant. The lodge is available for business meetings, weddings, and other private functions.
Historic Acadian Village
The Historic Acadian Village has been recognized for the authenticity of the historical reconstitution and their warm welcome. The Village recalls the life of our Acadian ancestors from 1770 to 1949. With more than 40 historical buildings – occupied and animated by interpreters in period costumes – you’ll get the impression you’ve traveled back in time. Each of the inhabitants has a story to tell and a craft or custom to bring to life.
The Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail
The historic Mi’gmaq hiking trail is an ongoing project that is the creation of an eco-tourism trail that extends from the Bay of Chaleur to Mount Carleton in central New Brunswick. The trail follows historic seasonal movement and hunting trails used by natives for hundreds of years. It is a 130 km trail sectioned for management hiking.
Chaleur Green Trails
Chaleur Green Trails is a non-profit group aiming to build and maintain non-motorised trails for biking and pedestrians in the Chaleur region. We want to give Chaleur residents and tourists the opportunity to take advantage of the benefits of physical activity while enjoying the wonderful sceneries that nature has to offer. This project will help the physical and mental wellness of the population, the environment by offering a green alternative for transportation, and the region’s economy by attracting families and tourists. With a mix of marked shoulders along streets, paved and fine-graveled trails, we plan to connect communities, existing parks, recreational areas and fabulous vistas.