Mt St Joseph
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New Brunswick Day Adventures
Kayaking at Inch Arran Park: A variety of guided kayak trips are available at neighboring Inch Arran Park, including paddles out around the Bonamy rocks and past the Arch Rock.
Miguasha Park is a World Heritage Site located directly across the Restigouche River from Dalhousie. It's an important archaeological site since this is where fish began their journey on land and became the four legged animals we see today. Take a look at this article that describes the importance of fossils found at this site.
The Battle Of The Restigouche is a fascinating event in the Bay de Chaleur's history. Visit the Battle Of The Restigouche National Historic Site to view artifacts from the battle, including vestiges of the frigate Machault, which were excavated from the sea bottom. Learn more at this Battle Of The Restigouche informational website.
The native Mi'gmag people, at the Eel River Bar First Nation near Dalhousie, are in the process of creating the Aboriginal Heritage Gardens. This unique park and visitor's center, celebrating the contributions made by aboriginal people to society, is expected to draw thousands every year from all over the world.
Many thanks to Kenny for his recommendations.
Pourvoirie Black Lake Outfitters Bear Hunting, Hunting Guide, Fishing, Canoeing.
Approximately 50 km from the cottage.