New Brunswick Water Activities

Water Activities in New Brunswick

Bass Fishing 101
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Cast a line for adventure. Learn everything you need to know about bass fishing in the heart of the Miramichi River region. A shuttle brings you to a prime fishing spot where your experienced professional guide teaches the basics of bass fishing, including bag limit, size and how to properly release the fish, before providing you with your fishing rod, prepared and ready to go. Watch the careful ...

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Address:

48 Kersey Ln., Route 118
NB
Phone: 15066223235
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Beach Taxi Promenade
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Wonders await you at Beresford Beach on beautiful Chaleur Bay! Ride along 1.5 km (.9 mi.) of beachfront property in a unique bicycle-powered taxi, driven by a friendly local guide. The roofed taxi protects you from sun and 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...

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Address:

218 Parc St. East
NB
Phone: 15065422727
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Come Play on Our River
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Not your ordinary day camp! We give children an opportunity to unplug form technology and spend five days meeting new friends, acquiring new skills, and learning about the beautiful Miramichi River and all it has to offer. We teach the basics of fly tying, casting, trout fishing, and canoe safety, and combine it all with nature walks, crafts, water games and a day on the water in a canoe. Our wee...

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Address:

263 Main St.
NB
Phone: 15063657787
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Fundy National Park
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Address:

8642 Route 114
NB

High-Speed Whale Watching Excursion
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Hit the seas on a high-speed adventure. Set out in search of whales and wildlife on a 33-ft. Zodiac Hurricane complete with comfortable Seaspension® seats and onboard bathroom. The Bay of Fundy is a playground for some of the world’s largest residents and you’ve got a front-row seat to the show. Keep your eyes peeled for the giants of the sea – you could spot minkes, humpbacks, the rare Right wha...

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Address:

4 King St.
NB
Phone: 18665298116
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Kayak the St. Martins Sea Caves and Fundy Trail Coastline
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You don’t need to be in the coastal village of St. Martins for long before you realize that seeing it from a kayak would be amazing. Our experienced guides at Red Rock Adventure know exactly where to go to give you the most breathtaking views…ever! There’s no kayaking experience required, they’ll teach you the basics of safe sea kayaking and whether you’re ready to commit to 2 hours or a full day...

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Address:

415 Main St.
NB
Phone: 15068332231
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Live the Life of a Lobster Fisher
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Now you don’t have to imagine what the life of a lobster fisher is like. You’ll live it once you step on board a traditional fishing boat at the campground wharf. All the techniques of the fishers will be revealed by your captain. You’ll find out how the lobster is trapped, hauled in and prepared for the return trip. On shore, a feast of flavourful lobster is yours to enjoy. You’ll see how they a...

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Address:

504 Parc de Val-Comeau Rd.
NB
Phone: 18553937150
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Lobster Tales: A Culinary Cruise
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Ditch your dining rut and prepare for a great culinary adventure! Relax on the upper deck of the Ambassador, enjoy a light breeze and take in the views of Shediac Bay while enjoying the Acadian hospitality served up by the captain and crew. Before indulging in a mouth-watering lobster feast, they’ll demystify the star of the meal. Learn to tell the difference between a male and female lobster, he...

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Address:

60 Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf Rd.
NB
Phone: 18888942002
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Shediac Paddle Shack
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Address:

229 Main St.
Shediac
NB - E4P 2A5
Phone: 15065328914
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Voyageur Canoe Adventure
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Recreate the trips of the region’s courageous first settlers as you head out from Kouchibouguac National Park in a re-creation of a voyageur canoe. Historical fact and folklore permeate your trip as you and your four- to eight-man team paddle along. As the interpreter talks about the history of the area and the Mi’kmaq way of life, you see Grey seals and a blanket of black and white Common terns....

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Address:

186 Route 117
NB
Phone: 15068762443
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