Century home on outskirts of town, directly across from Miramichi River with easy beach access. 1/4 mile from Middle Island Provincial Park (day use only - gates closed at 10:00p.m.
Easy access to all amenities (gas, groceries, restaurants, etc.)
Boat tours, fishing, swimming, local festivals, farmer's markets, live music, hiking, cycling, ATV trails, natural forest and wildlife at your back door.
No generators after 9:30 p.m. please.
Pets welcome, please control and clean up after.
Water availability is contingent on well level, but RV fill-up and dump station close by.
Obey local restrictions regarding beach fires
Paved river road consistently maintained 1 mile (1.8 km) from downtown.
Driveway slopes up significantly from road. Longer RVs may strike back bumper when entering. Alternative entry may be possible. Please let us know your RV type so we can plan accordingly.
Tow rig can be parked attached, in front of, behind or beside RV
Available April to October
Middle Island Provincial Park,
Enclosure historic park, Beaubear's island, Irish Festival, Escuminac beach, Acadian Trail, local fishermen, beautiful Miramichi River, waterfalls, canoeing, boating, etc.
Quick response to questions before our arrival, easy in/out with our truck camper and very accommodating folks. Short walk to beach and sat to view sunset on the river. NB Nature trail next to yard with infrequent ATV traffic that stopped before RV midnight. It was an easy 1+km walk to the downtown area. Unfortunately the local Irish pub was closed. We used the BW spot as home base to golf in the area. Recommend golfing both Pokemouche Golf Course (approx 110km) and Miramichi Golf Course.
Such nice people. We hope to connect again soon. Big flat lawn at our disposal. So nice with our doggie.
Incredible how most of the BoondockersWelcome hosts are welcoming and helpful. I enjoyed very much my stay.
Our host was very accomodating, willing to help if we needed it. The view is of the river, which is so relaxing.
A rig bigger than ours would have difficulty turning up the steep driveway, we think, but once up there we had room to choose our spot. Thank you for a good night's rest!