Authentic Experiences!

Clam Fishing on Heron Island

Heron’s Nest Cottages

The sun is up and already warm as you head out for the 15-minute drive to fish clams on Heron Island. Captain Dave shows you how to gather clams, working with you until the buckets are full. You learn there’s nothing better than a Charlo Clam Bake set to lively music under the night sky.

This fun experience is available bi weekly 4 days per week during July and August.

Prices start at $219 double occupancy.

Call Chantal at 1-866-544-3766
info@heronsnestcottages.com
www.chaletsnidduheron.com

6 Heron’s Nest St.
Charlo , NB

Life in a Lumberjack Camp

Kedgwick Forestry Village & Museum

If you’ve got an appetite for tall tales from the forests of New Brunswick, this experience will feed your hunger for history. Museum exhibits bring the lumberjack camp environment alive using sight, sound, and smell to create the mood.

Rounding out this unique interpretation is a sit-down lumberjack meal. You’re enjoying yourself so much you forget that you’re learning.

The 1 %-hour guided tour is scheduled 3 times daily between 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Bilingual. Cost is $22.50 (+HST) per participant or $57.50 (+HST) per family.

Call 506-284-3138
musee@nbnet.nb.ca
www.museeforestier.ca
7989 Route 17, PO Box 871
Kedgwick, NB

Defy Gravity

at Sugarloaf Park

Some days, you wake up ready to go. You ride the chair lift to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain - a thrill of its own. Then take off down the mountain, guided by an experienced. bilingual cyclist who will lead you down the breathtaking trails. Mountain vegetation and wildlife combine with scenic vistas to amaze you on the way; but never enough to distract you from manoeuvering your bicycle safely. Bring your own bike and helmet or rent when you arrive. Either way, you leave with new tips to improve your skill as a downhill rider.

Thursday to Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., $50 (+HST) per person (rentals extra)

Call Sugarloaf Provincial Park at 506-789~2366 or
sugarloaf@gnb.ca
www.gnb.ca.
596 Val D’Amour Rd. Atholville. NB

Canoe the Restigouche

Canoe Restigouche

The river laps against your canoe as you dip your hand in the cool, clear water. You’re somewhere on the world-famous Restigouche River, on a two-day run of paddling and camping in the heart of New Brunswick’s Appalachian region.

With unspoiled vistas in every direction this is an ideal experience for at least four people to enjoy as a group under the watchful supervision of your expert, bilingual guide.

Trips are launched daily for a cost of $275/person but you must reserve at least two weeks in advance.

Call André at 1-877-259-4440
canot@nb.sympatico.ca
www.canotrestigouche.ca
8 Arpin Rd.
Kedgwick River, NB  
E8B 1R9

Evening Ghost Walk in Dalhousie

Dalhousie Restigouche Regional Museum

You find yourself breathing softly as dusk falls. The gravestones stand silent in the warm evening shadows. Your evening ghost walk is about to begin. The the fall of darkness, a sense of mystery descends and personal histories unfold before you.

Ghost walks are offered every Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Dusk.

Recall the shivers of your ghost walk with a fascinating keepsake book about the cemetery. Cost is $25 (+HST) per person.

Contact Bill at 506-684-7490 or gurrm@nbnet.nb.ca
115 George
St. Dalhousie, NB

Be a Cowboy for a Day

Festival Western de Saint-Quentin Inc.

Visit the New Brunswick town where the Wild West comes to call, and be a cowboy for the day. Start it off with a hearty western-style breakfast, then head off to create a custom cowboy hat.

The rodeo itself is the main event, with skilled riders and ropers vying for a first place finish. You’re one of the guests of honour at the rodeo show, with a front row seat and up-close view. You’re feeling truly like you’ve lived the cowboy life, if just for awhile.

July 10, 2010, $145 (+HST) per person.
Call Cynthia at 506-235-1999 or
info@festivalwesternnb.com
www.festivalwesternnb.com

71 Pelletier St.
Saint-Quentin, NB   E8A 1Y4

Meet the Stars

at Mount Carleton Provincial Park

Set far away from streetlamps and headlights, Mount Carleton Provincial Park is the perfect spot to examine the stars. On a clear night, both the naked eye and the telescope provided reveal the constellations in all their brilliance; you feel you could reach out and touch them. You wrap yourself in the blanket of stars shining through a velvet black sky.

Between 9pm and 11pm, Fridays and Saturdays, from $25 per personne.

Contact Mount Carleton Provincial Park:
506-235-0793 or
mt.carleton@gnb.ca
www.nbparcs.ca

7612, Route 385
Saint-Quentin, NB

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