Things to do in Campbellton
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Campbellton, New Brunswick is the perfect vacation spot and is always bustling with new attractions and sites to see. Summer or Winter, you will never be at a loss of things to do in Campbellton!
The Salmon Plaza Monument is a 8.5 m (28 ft) stainless steel, Atlantic salmon that is located on the waterfront in downtown Campbellton. Its nickname is Restigouche Sam and he is a popular attraction in the Campbellton area.
Campbellton Salmon Festival is an annual celebration of the world famous Restigouche Salmon. Many events, new and traditional, are organized for all ages. These include: Miss and little Miss Salmon Festival Pageants, Canada Day Celebrations with giant fireworks, salmon suppers, Street Fest, Parking Lot Party with live bands, show and shine, book sale, pet show, Campbell Amusements Carnival, bowling tournament, many family activities, gigantic parade and much more. These exceptional events celebrated with family and friends will lead you through one week of well-deserved fun.
Sugarloaf Provincial Park is located just outside the city of Campbellton. It is a 1215 hectare (3000 acre) park, complete with wooded areas perfect for bird and wildlife watching. There is a full-service campground in the park, with tennis courts and hiking and biking trails. It home to Sugarloaf Mountain, the second largest mountain in New Brunswick, measuring 305 m (1000 ft). In the winter, the park serves as a winter ski resort, complete with downhill lifts, cross-country skiing and snowshoe tracks.
Campbellton's Regional Sno-Fest, four days of complete winter bliss, was organized and dedicated to all who want to make the most of a wintry weekend. Join us in our beautiful corner of the world, because no one wants to miss Campbellton's Regional Sno-Fest!
This one-day event is full of activities for the young and the young-at-heart: face painting, a petting zoo, magicians, music, cloggers and other dancers, hay rides and pony rides are offered, along with much more.
It’s a weekend full of Bluegrass music with an open Mic concept that allows local and outside groups to come and join in the fun.
Appalachian Motorcycle Rally
The Appalachian Motorcycle Association organizes this event to raise funds to assist sick children. The program features: poker run, smoke shows, Ride for Kids, show and shine, music and dance activities.
Part of Sentier NB Trail network. Twenty-five km (15 mi.) from Campbellton to Robinsonville Bridge.
It offers a wide range of regional and national exhibits. Inquire about the gallery's special events calendar for concerts, workshops, theatre, and more. Its permanent display, based on the Athol House site, tells the exciting story of the Mi’gmac, French, Acadian and Scottish heritage of the Restigouche region.
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