Danny’s puts the best the region has to offer at your fingertips. When planning your visit to New Brunswick, be sure to check out some of our favourite attractions and things to do.
In New Brunswick, 8,000 km (5,000 mi.) of groomed trails maintained by volunteers with the New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs are primed and waiting for you. You’ll feel the wind race over your face as you travel through snow-dusted forests, along wind-swept coastlines, and following winding rivers.
Come and make the most of winter on the magnificent Snow Bear Cross Country Ski Club trails! Located in the heart of the city of Bathurst, the Snow Bear Cross Country Ski Club offers more than 10km of trails for all levels: from beginners to experts! The impeccable maintenance of the trails allows skiers of free or classic skating to live an extraordinary experience with each visit.
Sled Dog Adventures offers adventures for everyone including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fishing. Step in one of their sleds and speed through our forest trails filled with wild animals while enjoying majestic landscapes!
Summer is the best in Bathurst! We have miles of white sandy beaches, beautiful waterfalls and loads trails for you to explore.
View New Brunswick from the inside. Our vast wilderness has something different to offer in every region. From coastal outing to climbing mountains, you will discover a new experience in every outing. For trail maps visit Quad NB.
Take the road less travelled. If you’re a motorcyclist, you know what makes travel by motorbike so special. New Brunswick’s winding country roads, stunning coastal drives, and urban streets beg to be explored by motorcycle.
Want to head to the beach? You've got your choice Beresford Beach or Youghall Beach Park it is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Northern New Brunswick and is a great destination for the young and young at heart! Both are just 5 minutes from our door it is a must on your list!
Take a hike! The Daly Point Nature Reserve has 6km of stunning hiking trails along the marshes, beaches, and forest. The Sentier Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail is a 147 kilometre wilderness hiking and backpacking trail in New Brunswick, Canada that follows the Nepisiguit River from the Daly Point’s Nature Reserve in Bathurst to Mount Carleton Provincial Park.
Want to go for a bike ride? Bicycle enthusiasts have access to various bike trails in the city.
Want to stretch your legs? Enjoy a leisurely walk along the Beresford Marsh on the boardwalk.
Looking to chase a waterfall? The Pabineau Falls are recognized in the Chaleur region for their grandiose beauty! Located in the Pabineau First Nation, the falls are on the Nepisiguit River and are surrounded by breathtaking nature.
Gegoapsgog is the mi'gmaq name for this location, and it means "at the top of the falls".
Did you know that the granite of Pabineau Falls has an estimate age of 397 million years?
A must stop during a visit to the Chaleur region!
Stay for more than a day so you can enjoy the following attractions and events: