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**Our tourism businesses have been hard at work putting place precautions to keep their guests protected from contracting the COVID-19 virus, and are waiting to welcome you to their establishments! Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), many events and attractions listed on the website may be cancelled, closed or have some restrictions. If you are a tourism operator, please visit the Tourism Industry Info website for updates and resources. For more information on COVID-19, visit New Brunswick’s Chief Medical Officer of Health website and the Government of Canada website.** Info-industrie pour obtenir des ressources. Pour plus d’information sur la crise du coronavirus, visitez les sites du Bureau du médecin-hygiéniste en chef du Nouveau-Brunswick et du gouvernement du Canada.**

Attractions

Acadian Peninsula Attractions is your guide to exploring a wide range of attractions that are fun for the whole family! Experience the Acadian Peninsula, one of the best travel destinations in Canada!

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Marina de Bas-Caraquet, 2242, rue Beauport, Bas-Caraquet, Canada

Adulte et jeunes de 13 ans et plus = 35$ ch., Enfants de 12 ans et moins = 17$ ch. / Adults and youth 13 and over = $ 35 each, Children 12 and under = $ 17 each.

Un après-midi sur l'eau - Expérience unique en tour de bateau ou pêche au maquereau! Matériel de pêche fourni. Départ de la Marina de Bas-Caraquet. Maximum de 10 personnes + l'équipage (3). Si vous pêchez le maquereau, vous ramenez ce que vous prenez. Réservation auprès de Christina Bonenfant au 506.724.2888.

Rue du Couvent Street, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1E1

The Heritage Trail tells, through explanatory panels, an important part of the history of Tracadie. See the public artwork “Leprosy on Sheldrake Island”..

399, rue du Couvent Street, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1E1

The important work of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph in the field of education in New Brunswick has made the reputation of the Académie Ste-Famille.

8166, route/Hwy 313, Petite-Rivière-de-l'Ile, Canada, E8T 1V9

The most important attraction after the Miscou lighthouse. This pretty wooden church, built in 1913, is inspired by Romanesque architecture. The interior is painted in different colors which make it an extraordinary place. Children have fun calling it “the candy church”.

184, rue Acadie Street, Grande-Anse, Canada, E8N 1A6

Voluntary contribution

Allow yourself to be absorbed by local history and discover the relations between the different Acadian communities and the vibrant cultures that founded New Brunswick and that continue to live together here, in a particular harmony.

15, boulevard St-Pierre Est Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B6

1 $ to 3 $

Come and discover the history and culture of the people of the Acadian Peninsula with the rich collection of various artifacts and documents from the Acadian Museum. Each year, the museum offers a new exhibition that will appeal to all. A real trip back in time to the very heart of Acadia!

675, boulevard St-Pierre Ouest, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A2

Discover the backstage of the oyster fishery. The Dugas family, owners of the Caraquet Oyster EcoMuseum, tells you about the peculiarities of breeding, the health benefits and more. Did you know that you could survive on an island by eating only oysters? They have enough nutrients to fill you up. Also learn how to taste an oyster like the real Acadians!

340 chemin Allain Road, Parc Neguac Festival Park, Neguac, Canada, E9G 3B1

The Neguac Parc Festival Park, in conjunction with the Down River Music Festival, presents the Summer Drive-In Concert Series featuring different shows every two weeks. The gates open at 6:30 pm and are on a first come and first served basis. Concerts start at 8:00 pm sharp. Admission: $40 – Vehicle up to 4 persons ($10 per extra person in vehicle). CASH ONLY.

1568 Route 135, Bois-Blanc (entre/between Paquetville et/and Saint-Isidore), Canada, E8R 2B4

$15 per car

The Cine-Parc Satellite Drive-in is a single screen drive-in located in Bois-Blanc, NB, Canada. It is open seasonally from Spring thru early October and shows movies in French.

3825, rue Benoit, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1B6

The Tracadie Driving Range is the only driving range in the Acadian Peninsula and one of the finest in New Brunswick. With its 24-hour service, you can practice anytime!

Acadian Peninsula, Caraquet, Canada

Gathers and mobilizes members of the kite surfing, windsurfing, surfing and stand-up paddle boarding community of the Acadian Peninsula, by organizing activities that promote the coastline as a playground for board sports. Summer programming and information on Facebook..

5, rue du Pont Street, Bertrand, Canada, E1W 0E1

Discover the natural beauty of the Village historique acadien (VHA) during winter! The VHA is proud to welcome, free of charge, walkers and runners on its historical site during fall, winter and spring or during closing season of VHA (except April and May). Dogs are allowed but always on a leash.

100, rue Deux Rivières Street, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 4S9

Come discover and learn the rich history of our site with a kayak ride (just over an hour) which will lead you to the city center of the municipality of Tracadie and where you will learn its history. Then let yourself be amazed by the beauties of our cycle route while taking the time to observe the flora and fauna by a bike ride (about 45 minutes). The kayak and bicycle portion is a ramble and not of competition (single or double kayak available). Indulge your taste buds by enjoying a clambake (clams and mussels) with local flavors while tasting a unique regional beer experience. Note that an alternative meal will be offered for those who cannot eat clams and mussels.

232, chemin Des Huîtres Road, Haut-Shippagan, Canada, E8S 2N7

Paddle for clam digging on a desert island. Harvest fresh oysters and cook them all yourself with local products on land … An eco-tourist experience from CIELO Glamping Maritime.

52, rue du Colisée Street, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A5

Outdoor activities for the whole family all year round and located in the heart of downtown Caraquet! 10 km of mountain bike trails to IMBA Canada standards, Mountain bike rental and Fat Bike, Footpaths and Running, Cross country skiing, Snowshoeing, Skating.

226, avenue de l'Église, Pavillon sportif de l'UMCS, Local 20, Shippagan, Canada, E8S 1J2

The Véloroute is more than 540 km, including 88 km of paved cycle path, which allow you to discover towns and villages through the picturesque landscapes of the Acadian Peninsula.

6, rue Bourgeois Street, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A4

Conrad Légère paints landscapes of the Maritime provinces and Quebec with, as inspiration, rural and picturesque landscapes, old farms and old houses, seaside, sailboats and lighthouses, in short scenes based on his inspiration of the moment.

237, chemin Thériault Road, Bertrand, Canada, E1W 1K1

When the emotion and the feeling of belonging come together, this is the inspiration that emerges from the paintings of this artist.

47 Avenue du Carrefour, Carrefour de la mer, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B6

The Quai des Artistes is a place of creation and gathering with artists and artisans. Several activities are organized from June to September. Looking forward to creation! Sale of arts and crafts, regularly organized activities for all, music and entertainment!

1-39, boulevard St-Pierre Ouest Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B6

Come and discover the works of several local artists in the premises of the Grand Caraquet Chamber of Commerce and Tourism.

220, boulevard St-Pierre Ouest Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B5

The Blue Constellation Artist Center, manager of the Bernard-Jean Gallery of the Caraquet Cultural Center, presents the works of contemporary artists from the region and elsewhere who have a professional practice.

579, boul. Saint-Pierre Ouest Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A2

This landmark site is the perfect spot for a hike on the trails, or take the stairs to a platform to get a nice view of the ocean down the shore.

65, rue du Ruisseau Street, Lamèque, Canada, E8T 1M2

Discover a place of unspoiled beauty, where the lushness of the plants and trees is left untouched. A place where wildlife is nurtured and protected, where you can roam the trails and experience the wonders of nature. Start at the Interpretation Centre, observation tower, the footbridge and the boardwalk, which stretches out across an estuary and into the forest. Stop at the lookout along the way and use the telescope to do a little bird watching. The trail you’re following crosses an arboretum where you’ll see about 30 species native to the area. The nature trail wanders through the forest, a place so peaceful it’s easy to feel like you’re all alone on the planet.

218, boul. J.-D.-Gauthier, Local 123, Shippagan, Canada, E8S 1P6

Exhibitions at the P'tite Église de Shippagan from June 1st until the end of August 2021, a series of shows (one per week possibly on Thursday) will begin in June and end in September at St. Jérôme de Shippagan. Talks in July and August on Tuesdays (location to be determined). The Canada Day and Acadian Day shows will be face-to-face and / or virtual.

This non-profit organization is actively present in the artistic and cultural fields to develop and promote Acadian artists from the Acadian Peninsula and New Brunswick through exhibitions, sales of works or artistic works, performances and / or other relevant cultural activities.

5, rue du Pont Street, Bertrand, Canada, E1W 0E1

Witness the birth of New Brunswick’s Acadie by travelling through 200 years of history! The Acadian Historical Village is a tourism complex built around a 2.2 km circuit bordered with historical buildings, all inhabited by fully bilingual (French and English) interpretive guides who portray the daily lives of the Acadian people from 1770 to 1949.

Rue Joseph Street, Neguac, Canada, E9G 1J1

Tourist park that includes interpretation signs, a lighthouse, boardwalks, a picnic area, a beach, a bird-watching tower, trails, a playground, a floating wharf, a changing room and washrooms. A day park only, it is located on a small island that can be reached by a bridge. In the area, you will discover more than 250 species of local and migratory birds. From the observation tower, you will be able to see the great blue heron and many other species.

9861, route 150 Hwy, Losier-Settlement, Canada, E1X 3B3

This blacksmith artisan manufactures quality products in his small forge in his back yard. It includes furniture, hooks, brass items and more.

3733, boulevard des Fondateurs Blvd, Saint-Isidore, Canada

Passionate about clay for 40 years, Monique Duclos awaits you in her workshop filled with treasures.

799, chemin Lavigne Road, Maltempec, Canada

Paradise Mini Farm is a small educational farm with a nice variety of animals that love to socialize with people. Come meet them!

Hwy 113, Miscou, Canada, E8T 2C4

Winner of the 2011 Phoenix prize and described as “one of the most beautiful places on Earth” by the American Travel Writers Association, The Miscou Island Lighthouse is the only National historical site in the Acadian Peninsula and is a definite “Must See”. This lighthouse stands guard over the wild beauty of Miscou Island and guided tours of this magnificent structure are available 7 days a week all summer long. Explore the windswept, sandy beaches while watching for birds and other forms of wildlife or enjoy many boardwalks on the natural peat bogs.

161, rue du Golf Street Landry Office, N.-B., Pokemouche, Canada, E8P 2G6

See Website for reservation.

The Pokemouche Golf Club is a paradise for golfers. Its original name MicMac means the sanctuary of birds. This beautiful 18-hole, semi-wooded golf course is located along the Pokemouche River in the heart of the Acadian Peninsula.

Camping Plage Val-Comeau 504, chemin Parc de Val Comeau Road, Val-Comeau, Canada, E1X 1H1

Live the life of a Lobster Fisher with Captain Claude. Step on board a traditional fishing boat to learn the secrets of the trade. Your hard work is rewarded with a shoreside lobster feast!

Shippagan, Shippagan, Canada

Reservations, $ 80 / person, output about 4 hours, children under 12 years = $ 20, ages 12 to 18 = $ 40.

Guide service for fishing striped bass on the seafront (surfcasting) in the region of Shippagan, Lamèque and Miscou Islands.

100, rue de l'Aquarium Street, Shippagan, Canada, E8S 1H9

Come touch a blue lobster at the New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Center in Shippagan, a must see attraction that reveals the splendours of the marine life in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. We have the largest collection of colored lobsters in the world! See a permanent exhibition on professional fishing practiced in the Acadian Peninsula. Discover adorable harbor seals that become frantic when it’s time for lunch! Near the Center there is a 19th century lighthouse and a marina.

599, chemin Principal Road, Petit-Paquetville, Canada, E8R 1G7

The Distillerie Fils du Roy micro-distillery, the first distillery in Acadia, aims to offer excellent quality liquor at an affordable price, as well as craft beers.

349, allée McGraw, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1B5

Come and discover the paddle board: lesson on board, Sup yoga, introduction to the ride, private lesson, rental, and sale. A rewarding experience awaits you.

57, chemin Gauvin Road, Petite-Lamèque, Canada, E8T 2M9

Ce sport consiste à se faire tirer par un gros cerf-volant sur l'eau avec une planche de style Wake. Personne-ressource et propriétaire, René Jobin, pour une aventure passionnante !

Marina de Bas-Caraquet, 2242, rue Beauport, Bas-Caraquet, Canada

Adulte et jeunes de 13 ans et plus = 35$ ch., Enfants de 12 ans et moins = 17$ ch. / Adults and youth 13 and over = $ 35 each, Children 12 and under = $ 17 each.

Un après-midi sur l'eau - Expérience unique en tour de bateau ou pêche au maquereau! Matériel de pêche fourni. Départ de la Marina de Bas-Caraquet. Maximum de 10 personnes + l'équipage (3). Si vous pêchez le maquereau, vous ramenez ce que vous prenez. Réservation auprès de Christina Bonenfant au 506.724.2888.

100, rue Deux Rivières Street, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 4S9

Come discover and learn the rich history of our site with a kayak ride (just over an hour) which will lead you to the city center of the municipality of Tracadie and where you will learn its history. Then let yourself be amazed by the beauties of our cycle route while taking the time to observe the flora and fauna by a bike ride (about 45 minutes). The kayak and bicycle portion is a ramble and not of competition (single or double kayak available). Indulge your taste buds by enjoying a clambake (clams and mussels) with local flavors while tasting a unique regional beer experience. Note that an alternative meal will be offered for those who cannot eat clams and mussels.

232, chemin Des Huîtres Road, Haut-Shippagan, Canada, E8S 2N7

Paddle for clam digging on a desert island. Harvest fresh oysters and cook them all yourself with local products on land … An eco-tourist experience from CIELO Glamping Maritime.

Camping Plage Val-Comeau 504, chemin Parc de Val Comeau Road, Val-Comeau, Canada, E1X 1H1

Live the life of a Lobster Fisher with Captain Claude. Step on board a traditional fishing boat to learn the secrets of the trade. Your hard work is rewarded with a shoreside lobster feast!

Shippagan, Shippagan, Canada

Reservations, $ 80 / person, output about 4 hours, children under 12 years = $ 20, ages 12 to 18 = $ 40.

Guide service for fishing striped bass on the seafront (surfcasting) in the region of Shippagan, Lamèque and Miscou Islands.

5, rue du Pont Street, Bertrand, Canada, E1W 0E1

Discover the natural beauty of the Village historique acadien (VHA) during winter! The VHA is proud to welcome, free of charge, walkers and runners on its historical site during fall, winter and spring or during closing season of VHA (except April and May). Dogs are allowed but always on a leash.

52, rue du Colisée Street, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A5

Outdoor activities for the whole family all year round and located in the heart of downtown Caraquet! 10 km of mountain bike trails to IMBA Canada standards, Mountain bike rental and Fat Bike, Footpaths and Running, Cross country skiing, Snowshoeing, Skating.

226, avenue de l'Église, Pavillon sportif de l'UMCS, Local 20, Shippagan, Canada, E8S 1J2

The Véloroute is more than 540 km, including 88 km of paved cycle path, which allow you to discover towns and villages through the picturesque landscapes of the Acadian Peninsula.

65, rue du Ruisseau Street, Lamèque, Canada, E8T 1M2

Discover a place of unspoiled beauty, where the lushness of the plants and trees is left untouched. A place where wildlife is nurtured and protected, where you can roam the trails and experience the wonders of nature. Start at the Interpretation Centre, observation tower, the footbridge and the boardwalk, which stretches out across an estuary and into the forest. Stop at the lookout along the way and use the telescope to do a little bird watching. The trail you’re following crosses an arboretum where you’ll see about 30 species native to the area. The nature trail wanders through the forest, a place so peaceful it’s easy to feel like you’re all alone on the planet.

5, rue du Pont Street, Bertrand, Canada, E1W 0E1

Witness the birth of New Brunswick’s Acadie by travelling through 200 years of history! The Acadian Historical Village is a tourism complex built around a 2.2 km circuit bordered with historical buildings, all inhabited by fully bilingual (French and English) interpretive guides who portray the daily lives of the Acadian people from 1770 to 1949.

Rue Joseph Street, Neguac, Canada, E9G 1J1

Tourist park that includes interpretation signs, a lighthouse, boardwalks, a picnic area, a beach, a bird-watching tower, trails, a playground, a floating wharf, a changing room and washrooms. A day park only, it is located on a small island that can be reached by a bridge. In the area, you will discover more than 250 species of local and migratory birds. From the observation tower, you will be able to see the great blue heron and many other species.

799, chemin Lavigne Road, Maltempec, Canada

Paradise Mini Farm is a small educational farm with a nice variety of animals that love to socialize with people. Come meet them!

Hwy 113, Miscou, Canada, E8T 2C4

Winner of the 2011 Phoenix prize and described as “one of the most beautiful places on Earth” by the American Travel Writers Association, The Miscou Island Lighthouse is the only National historical site in the Acadian Peninsula and is a definite “Must See”. This lighthouse stands guard over the wild beauty of Miscou Island and guided tours of this magnificent structure are available 7 days a week all summer long. Explore the windswept, sandy beaches while watching for birds and other forms of wildlife or enjoy many boardwalks on the natural peat bogs.

161, rue du Golf Street Landry Office, N.-B., Pokemouche, Canada, E8P 2G6

See Website for reservation.

The Pokemouche Golf Club is a paradise for golfers. Its original name MicMac means the sanctuary of birds. This beautiful 18-hole, semi-wooded golf course is located along the Pokemouche River in the heart of the Acadian Peninsula.

100, rue de l'Aquarium Street, Shippagan, Canada, E8S 1H9

Come touch a blue lobster at the New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Center in Shippagan, a must see attraction that reveals the splendours of the marine life in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. We have the largest collection of colored lobsters in the world! See a permanent exhibition on professional fishing practiced in the Acadian Peninsula. Discover adorable harbor seals that become frantic when it’s time for lunch! Near the Center there is a 19th century lighthouse and a marina.

599, chemin Principal Road, Petit-Paquetville, Canada, E8R 1G7

The Distillerie Fils du Roy micro-distillery, the first distillery in Acadia, aims to offer excellent quality liquor at an affordable price, as well as craft beers.

349, allée McGraw, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1B5

Come and discover the paddle board: lesson on board, Sup yoga, introduction to the ride, private lesson, rental, and sale. A rewarding experience awaits you.

6, rue Bourgeois Street, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A4

Conrad Légère paints landscapes of the Maritime provinces and Quebec with, as inspiration, rural and picturesque landscapes, old farms and old houses, seaside, sailboats and lighthouses, in short scenes based on his inspiration of the moment.

237, chemin Thériault Road, Bertrand, Canada, E1W 1K1

When the emotion and the feeling of belonging come together, this is the inspiration that emerges from the paintings of this artist.

47 Avenue du Carrefour, Carrefour de la mer, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B6

The Quai des Artistes is a place of creation and gathering with artists and artisans. Several activities are organized from June to September. Looking forward to creation! Sale of arts and crafts, regularly organized activities for all, music and entertainment!

1-39, boulevard St-Pierre Ouest Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B6

Come and discover the works of several local artists in the premises of the Grand Caraquet Chamber of Commerce and Tourism.

220, boulevard St-Pierre Ouest Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B5

The Blue Constellation Artist Center, manager of the Bernard-Jean Gallery of the Caraquet Cultural Center, presents the works of contemporary artists from the region and elsewhere who have a professional practice.

9861, route 150 Hwy, Losier-Settlement, Canada, E1X 3B3

This blacksmith artisan manufactures quality products in his small forge in his back yard. It includes furniture, hooks, brass items and more.

3733, boulevard des Fondateurs Blvd, Saint-Isidore, Canada

Passionate about clay for 40 years, Monique Duclos awaits you in her workshop filled with treasures.

Rue du Couvent Street, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1E1

The Heritage Trail tells, through explanatory panels, an important part of the history of Tracadie. See the public artwork “Leprosy on Sheldrake Island”..

399, rue du Couvent Street, Tracadie, Canada, E1X 1E1

The important work of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph in the field of education in New Brunswick has made the reputation of the Académie Ste-Famille.

8166, route/Hwy 313, Petite-Rivière-de-l'Ile, Canada, E8T 1V9

The most important attraction after the Miscou lighthouse. This pretty wooden church, built in 1913, is inspired by Romanesque architecture. The interior is painted in different colors which make it an extraordinary place. Children have fun calling it “the candy church”.

184, rue Acadie Street, Grande-Anse, Canada, E8N 1A6

Voluntary contribution

Allow yourself to be absorbed by local history and discover the relations between the different Acadian communities and the vibrant cultures that founded New Brunswick and that continue to live together here, in a particular harmony.

15, boulevard St-Pierre Est Blvd, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1B6

1 $ to 3 $

Come and discover the history and culture of the people of the Acadian Peninsula with the rich collection of various artifacts and documents from the Acadian Museum. Each year, the museum offers a new exhibition that will appeal to all. A real trip back in time to the very heart of Acadia!

675, boulevard St-Pierre Ouest, Caraquet, Canada, E1W 1A2

Discover the backstage of the oyster fishery. The Dugas family, owners of the Caraquet Oyster EcoMuseum, tells you about the peculiarities of breeding, the health benefits and more. Did you know that you could survive on an island by eating only oysters? They have enough nutrients to fill you up. Also learn how to taste an oyster like the real Acadians!