Winter Travel Guide for Campbellton, New Brunswick
Explore the Restigouche River, the majestic mountains, and the vibrant culture of Northern New Brunswick this winter. Discover the warmth of the community, savour delicious regional cuisine, and create lasting memories against the backdrop of Campbellton's scenic charm. Whether you seek relaxation or exhilarating adventures, this hidden gem in New Brunswick promises an enriching travel experience like no other.
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Old Churches Cottages | Flatlands
With 2 charming cottages and multiple domes available, winter glamping has never been so fantastic. These cottages have been converted from old historical and decommissioned churches, each styled to bring you a unique experience during your stay. From reconnecting with your family to having a lovely weekend away with loved ones and friends, Old Churches Cottages and domes will bring you the peace and quiet of simpler times. Their domes even have private hot tubs and a fenced-in yard for privacy, making this the ultimate winter glamping experience. Enjoy the stunning Flatlands and surrounding area with winter fun.
Circolo Arts & Culture | Campbellton
From attending music shows performed by local groups, learning new skills at workshops, or seeing what artists' work they have on display at their gallery, Circolo Arts & Culture is the place to go for an arts experience. They offer a creative space where the community can connect with their creative side and network with those pursuing their talents. These meetings can vary from professional networking to social gatherings and community development. Be sure to keep an eye on their event calendar to see when the next one you want to attend is happening.
Smoke on the Water | Campbellton
Smoke on the Water is a, you guessed it, smokehouse restaurant! From Wing Night and taco Tuesday to rotating seasonal favourites on their menu, there is never a bad time to stop by for a bite. The microbrewery Artisan Brewing Co. resides in-house, with 30 drink options on tap and a high-end cocktail bar. With mouth-watering burgers and appetizers to savoury ribs and sandwiches, this is a fantastic place for family and friends to add to your next trip to Campbellton, New Brunswick.
Jake’s Restigouche Snowmobile Adventures | Flatlands
Along the Restigouche River sits a business that can bring excitement to your life and adventure to your bucket list. Rent a snowmobile from Jake’s Restigouche Snowmobile Adventures to explore the northern New Brunswick snowy forests and frozen waters. First time on a snowmobile, or not sure what route to take? No problem! You can opt-in for a guided tour where one of the experienced staff will take you on a path that is customizable to the time you want to go and what you hope to see. With a new partnership with Old Churches Cottages, going from your accommodation to getting set up for a day of snowmobiling has never been easier. When exploring Campbellton, you have to experience the great outdoors. Explore with Jake’s.
Sugarloaf Provincial Park | Atholville
As one of the most northern ski resorts in Atlantic Canada, Sugarloaf Provincial Park has one of the longest winter seasons, with snow coming earlier and staying later than all the other hills in New Brunswick. For skiing, they have a downhill ski resort with many runs, a snow school to learn how to improve your skills, one of the best snowparks in the Maritimes, and cross-country skiing with several trails of varying lengths and difficulties. If skiing is not your jam, they also have a rink for skating, orienteering to find your way through the woods, fat biking along their many forest trails, snowshoeing to explore the surrounding area, tube sliding, which is a winter classic, and weekly activities to keep you busy all year long. Sugarloaf is the place to visit for fun for the whole family.