Discover the best top things to do in Campbellton, Canada including Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Salmon Plaza Monument, Campbellton Range Rear Lighthouse, Restigouche Golf and Country Club, Sugarloaf Mall, Experience Restigouche.
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4 based on 53 reviews
We really enjoyed walking the Terry Fox trail up toward the Sugarloaf Mountain trail, which was more challenging than we imagining, it could get steep and rugged, but getting to the peak was definitely rewarding. The views of Campbellton were lovely and there were interpretive boards with the history of the area and the river below us.
We camped in the park and the site that we had was very nice. It was rustic shelter and an electrical outlet was provided, which we did not anticipate but it was welcome. I found the campgrounds to be very quiet. The central area for showers was quite adequate.
The one point that I was not crazy about with our rustic shelter was when we put the air mattresses on the platforms provided, we could hear every movement made on that mattress. If I had to go again, I would use bring a large blanket to put between the mattress and the wooden platform to hopefully mute the noise.
The park has a restaurant/bar (T-Bar Restaurant) that is on site, but we could not seem to use it because we were told that there was a wedding party happening there, and although we were not told "don't go in' it seemed clear that we would be in the middle of someone's party, so we didn't go. We elected to go into town and eat and have a drink at Pizza Delight.
A note to anyone who likes mountain biking: this is a great spot for it, there are trails which are available and equipment can be rented.
4 based on 23 reviews
i love going walking by the salmon .their a nice view of the mountain and water. Also they a nice place to seat for picniking with friend or family. Have music to inertain in the summer also nice place for teh kid to play in tha water. Cantine etc.place to stop for motorhome.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
There were 50 of us seniors touring Canada. This was one of our picture ops along the way. What great pictures of the lighthouse. It was a beautiful sunny day just right for wonderful photography. This was so relaxing. A must stop when visiting the area for a quick break.
5 based on 1 reviews
We played here over the weekend and loved it!! I strongly suggest you get a power cart if you have not played here before!! This is a very hilly course and there are not many times you will find yourself with a flat lie. Although it is a shorter course than most, do not let that fool you!! This is a challenging course. Fairways were a vit rough as a result if dry summer but greens were excellent!! Many doglegs, water features and wonderful views. Last two holes are par 3's which is a bit odd, but it works!! We had a great day!!
2 based on 1 reviews
Came in here because I was going to the Dollarstore which is located in this mall but did a little exploring. Walking the mall took only a few minutes, it's rather small. It doesn't even have a food court. The one restaurant listed, an A&W isn't even in there. The few stores it does have though are popular ones like Shopper's Drugmart, the Dollarstore, Mark's and Hart. I wouldn't come here if you're look to kill a lot of time, but if you need to buy something then for sure.
Explore multiple facets of the Restigouche River through its history, cultures and biodiversity. Touch live aquatic specimens. Soak up the heritage of the region. Participate in animations and personalized visits. Guided tours, fishing flies, casting are just a few of the many authentic experiences and activities available. Live the Restigouche Experience! More to Explore!
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