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Rural Community of

            Upper Miramichi

            The Rural Community of Upper Miramichi spans the world-famous Miramichi River, its streams and tributaries.  Historic
        communities such as Boiestown, Astle, New Bandon, Ludlow, Taxis River, Bloomfield, and Holtville are scattered along
        this majestic river.  These small communities allow you to experience the lives of our ancestors, all the while exploring our
        forests and magical shores — A world-famous Atlantic salmon fishing river unspoiled by factories and mills, protected by
        our communities.
            Cast your line on our river, sleep in famous fishing lodges, canoe our
        rippling waters, explore our forests, saunter along our shores, admire the  Local Attractions
        structure of the Nelson Hollow Bridge, the only remaining bridge with a  • Nelson Hollow Bridge
        cottage roof, lie under the stars on a 650-foot long swinging bridge, walk or  • Priceville Footbridge
        bike our magnificent trail system, view fish jumping Porter Brook Falls, or  • Porter Cove Bridge
        meet the characters of our forest at the Central New Brunswick Woodmen’s  • Woodmen’s Museum
        Museum.    Discover  the  cathedral  Red  Pines  at  the  Upper  Miramichi  • Upper Miramichi Community Park
        Community Park while the kids explore the playground.                    • Cookhouse Shore
             The Rural Community of Upper Miramichi partnered with our local     • Porter Brook Falls
        Miramichi River Tourism Association to host the first “River Stop” at the  • Fall Brook Falls
        Priceville Footbridge.  “River Stops” give visitors the opportunity to view
        the Miramichi River, all the while, learning about our heritage.
            Upper Miramichi, in partnership with the Woodmen’s Museum and many other community organizations, assists with
        festivals and community events, community suppers, Canada Day Celebrations, an amazing Forest Festival, and Winter Fun
            Experience our local way of life by attending events and celebrations,  logging & fishing competitions, craft displays
        and church suppers. When we meet you in the community you’ll always find a friendly smile and a, “How’s she goin’?”

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