RVing in Bathurst
The drive to the city of Bathurst along Route 134 skirts the Chaleur Bay all the way, routing you through some of the most authentic shore side communities. In Belledune, there’s time for a stop at the Jacquet River Gorge, offering a sweeping views of the valley. Drop in to Atlas Park in Pointe-Verte, an outdoor recreational centre featuring pedal boats, fishing and scuba diving. In Petit-Rocher, it’s time out for a mackerel fishing excursion with Captain Charles, who shares the secrets of the Bay. Navigate to the Beresford Marsh and Environmental Interpretation Centre, or experience a different sight-seeing excursion with a Beach Taxi promenade.
The city of Bathurst – www.bathurst.ca – is the centre of the northeastern New Brunswick, and offers everything you’re looking for in the ideal getaway. The Bathurst Harbour gives you another opportunity to enjoy beautiful water views. Downtown Bathurst and La Promenade Waterfront are located in the heart of the city, offering succulent seafood, restaurants, unique shops and local artisan studios. Beach lovers can sneak away to Youghall Beach Park for saltwater fun, strolls on the boardwalks and beautiful views of Chaleur Bay. Enjoy two golf courses and kilometers of trail systems right within the city. Daly Point Nature Reserve is a birdwatcher’s dream come true. There, local interpreters will introduce you to over 100 species that live in or visit the region, and share their impressive “birders” diaries. The third week of July, Bathurst welcomes guests to its annual Hospitality Days festival with activities ranging from concerts to family activities and fireworks. There is a festival almost every week of the summer in our region to enjoy, so be sure to stop in and see us. The latest local information is always found at the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre, 86 Douglas Avenue. (tel. 506-548-0418, 877-548-1966). Email us at email@example.com or find as on youtube.com/experiencebathurst.
New or Not-to-miss
- A Danny Burger from the iconic Big D Drive In Restaurant
- A visit to Pabineau First Nations for their seafood and Mother Earth’s Journey
- Yoga on Youghall Beach
- Bicycle rentals at the VIC to explore our trails
- Expanded Interpretation Centre at Daly Point Nature Reserve
- Chal Baie Artisan Boutique, the place to find locally-made products and meet the artisans