Middle Island Irish Historical Park



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Miramichi


Park Size: 6 hectares
Park Amenities:
Amphitheatre
Beach
Beachcombing
Birding
Canoeing
Concessions
Dog Walking
Gardens
Hiking
Horse Shoe
Interpretive Centre
Interpretive Signs
Jogging
Kayaking
Monuments
Mountain Biking
Murals
Pavilion
Picnicking
Sightseeing
Walking
Washrooms
Wildlife Watching
Wheelchair Access


Middle Island Irish Historical Park

Miramichi, New Brunswick, NB

Canada Parks, Trails & Places Guide

Middle Island Park is a 6 hectare (15 acre) historical island park located in the middle of the Miramichi River accessed by a short causeway. There is plenty of scenery and a 1.5 kilometre trail connecting to even more wonderful viewing opportunities. The history of the island dates back to the early days of the Micmac First Nation people.

What are the Middle Island Park Things To Do, Activities, and Adventures?

Middle Island Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed include hiking, jogging, canoeing, birdwatching (birding), mountain biking, wildlife watching, dog walking, beachcombing, picnicking, canoeing, kayaking, volleyball, horseshoes, entertainment and, yes, even weddings.

Why Middle Island Park?

Middle Island Irish Historical Park has it all. It is a full day adventure in itself with plenty of activities, beaches, scenery, entertainment, restaurant, and so much more.

What are the highlights, amenities, services located in and around Middle Island Park?

The more popular highlights, amenities and services located in and around Middle Island Park includes picnic tables, shelters, green space, sightseeing benches, interpretive centre, restaurant, murals, river docks, amphitheater, information signs, parking lot, hiking trails, and beach access.

Come to New Brunswick and explore Middle Island Irish Historical Park

Address:

Middle Island Irish Historical Park
Water Street
Miramichi
Canada

How To Get ToMiddle Island Irish Historical Park

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From Downtown Miramichi travel King George Highway and take a left onto Douglastown Boulevard to access the Centennial Bridge. Cross the bridge and take the Church Street Exit. Then take a left on Lobban Avenue and a right on Water Street. Continue on Water Street until you see the causeway on your left leading to the entrance of the park.
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