Spring-fed brooks and waterfalls, interpretive signing,
looped trails with walking bridge, steep rock cliffs. Entrance is accessed off
the Fraser-Burchill Road from Route. 430 approximately 30 miles northwest of
Miramichi . Developed and maintained by Repap New Brunswick Inc.
A coastal walk of 6 km one
way, shoreline and beach, often changes with storm damage. Start at Park and go
around the point. Watch incoming tide so you do not get trapped.
Ten nature trails will escort you to the park's
major habitats: dunes, lagoons, salt marshes, Acadian Forest, bogs, old fields,
ponds and marine environments.
A walk of 4km (Miramichi Lookout Park to the Nordin
side of historic French Fort Cove) A cleared trail with a crushed rock surface
allowing an excellent opportunity to view the beautiful scenery on the
Miramichi. Easy to walk with low degree of difficulty.
The French Fort Cove: Legend has it that a ship came up
the Miramichi River with pirates on board - anchoring off the entrance at the
French Fort Cove. They came ashore with boxes of gold and other treasures.
These were buried under the trees or rocks on the north side of the
There is also the tale of the Headless Nun. The
deadly deed took place at Corneille (Crow Brook). Today on that infamous spot,
a bridge spans the brook that flows into the cove.
A 3km walk along a cleared trail with a grass
surface, starts from the historical Middle Island Park offering a beautiful
view of the river and circles the Park. The trail is easy to walk with a low
degree of difficulty.
A 7.5km walk through a cleared trail with a crushed
rock surface starting from Loggieville Ferry Wharf following the original
Colonial Rail Line to Miramichi (Chatham) at the Chatham Hydro plant. Trail is
easy to walk with low degree of difficulty. The Miramichi River can be observed
in numerous locations along the trail. There is a wide variety of wildlife and
wild flowers. The trail is spectacular in the fall with an array of
Loggieville to Chatham Trail: The railway was an
important addition to the village. A.R. Loggie Co. and many other businesses in
Loggieville prospered with the shipment of carloads of fish each day and many
other products from the Miramichi.
A 2km cleared trail with crushed rock surface
beginning on the opposite side of the road from Country Inns & Suites,
Miramichi (Newcastle) Moving along the Miramichi River to the new Miramichi
Bridge. A view of Beaubear's Island just off shore, sits majestically in the
Miramichi River with its stately pines. Be on the lookout for bald eagles. Rest
area available on the trail.
Located adjacent to the NB Power Millbank Terminal
off Route 11.