Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada is the largest community in northern New Brunswick. The community rests where the Miramichi River meets Miramichi Bay.
Activities most enjoyed in the community of Miramichi and throughout the surrounding areas include biking, fishing, boating, sailing, kayaking, sightseeing, birding, golfing, and xc skiing and snowmobiling.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations in the region include Waterford Green, St. Andrew’s Point, Strawberry Marsh, England’s Hallow, French Fort Cove, Ritchie Wharf, Chatham Waterfront Trail, Middle Island Irish Historical Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, and Elm Park.
Some of the attractions, historic sites and cultural venues to visit in and around Miramichi, New Brunswick include the Boishébert National Historic Site of Canada, Rankin House, Miramichi Natural History Museum, the Beaubears Island Shipbuilding National Historic Site of Canada, St. Andrew’s Anglican Church (1850), St. Michael the Archangel Basilica (1903)and the Eel Ground First Nation and Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq First Nation Pow-Wows.
Services important in and around the community of Miramichi include gift shops, art galleries, spa, accommodations, campgrounds, boutiques, restaurants, pubs, gas stations, cell service, grocery stores, liquor stores, internet, and transportation services including taxi, marina, bus and rail.