Erica’s guidebook

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Erica’s guidebook

Bouctouche Sightseeing

Bouctouche Dunes is located minutes from Bouctouche. The dunes are a 12km sand dune that extends into the ocean and surrounds Bouctouche Bay. A result of the constant action of wind, tides, and sea currents since the last ice age. Every major storm, its shape changes. A rich variety of marine and aquatic plants and animals, especially shorebirds and other migratory birds, make the dune their habitat. La Dune de Bouctouche is one of the few remaining great sand dunes on the northeastern coastline of North America. Parking is located across the street from the entrance of La Dune De Bouctouche. Free admission and parking There is a public BBQ onsite you can use with your family. To learn more you can visit: www.jdirving.com
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IRVING ECO-CENTRE, LA DUNE DE BOUCTOUCHE
1876 NB-475
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Bouctouche Dunes is located minutes from Bouctouche. The dunes are a 12km sand dune that extends into the ocean and surrounds Bouctouche Bay. A result of the constant action of wind, tides, and sea currents since the last ice age. Every major storm, its shape changes. A rich variety of marine and aquatic plants and animals, especially shorebirds and other migratory birds, make the dune their habitat. La Dune de Bouctouche is one of the few remaining great sand dunes on the northeastern coastline of North America. Parking is located across the street from the entrance of La Dune De Bouctouche. Free admission and parking There is a public BBQ onsite you can use with your family. To learn more you can visit: www.jdirving.com
A wonderful beach to enjoy with family and friends
Bouctouche beach
A wonderful beach to enjoy with family and friends
Le Pays De La Sagouine is a village straight out of the novel by internationally renowned author and playwright Antonine Mailley. Le Pays de la Sagouine is the modern home of Acadian joie de vivre! Imagine a land out in the open air where life resolves around songs, plays, shows, laughter, and good food. Every day all summer long, colourful characters bring Acadian culture and history to life along the shores of Bouctouche Bay. Interpretation centre, licensed dining, dinner shows (featuring traditional Acadian dishes and seafood) souvenirs, and arts, and crafts. 57 Acadie Street, Bouctouche, NB E4S 2T7 Telephone: (506)-743-1400 or 1-800-561-9188 Email: culture@nbnet.nb.ca Website: www.sagouine.com
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Pays de la Sagouine
57 Rue Acadie
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Le Pays De La Sagouine is a village straight out of the novel by internationally renowned author and playwright Antonine Mailley. Le Pays de la Sagouine is the modern home of Acadian joie de vivre! Imagine a land out in the open air where life resolves around songs, plays, shows, laughter, and good food. Every day all summer long, colourful characters bring Acadian culture and history to life along the shores of Bouctouche Bay. Interpretation centre, licensed dining, dinner shows (featuring traditional Acadian dishes and seafood) souvenirs, and arts, and crafts. 57 Acadie Street, Bouctouche, NB E4S 2T7 Telephone: (506)-743-1400 or 1-800-561-9188 Email: culture@nbnet.nb.ca Website: www.sagouine.com
An incredible counter with nature, well designed, located 5 minutes from downtown Bouctouche. The woodland offers variety and beauty and everything is quiet, away from traffic. We find water on 8 of the 18 holes. This course is easy to walk and has an above-average level of difficulty. The course is easy to walk while offering a good challenge to all golfers. The 18 hole course offers golfers a contrasting front and back nine. The tight front nine provides golfers a premium for accuracy while the back nine opens up making it more susceptible to wind. In addition, the expansion of the pond on hole 14 makes it an interesting challenge for players of all calibers. Prime Season: 7a.m-9:30p.m Off-season call for details: 506-743-5251
Bouctouche Golf
An incredible counter with nature, well designed, located 5 minutes from downtown Bouctouche. The woodland offers variety and beauty and everything is quiet, away from traffic. We find water on 8 of the 18 holes. This course is easy to walk and has an above-average level of difficulty. The course is easy to walk while offering a good challenge to all golfers. The 18 hole course offers golfers a contrasting front and back nine. The tight front nine provides golfers a premium for accuracy while the back nine opens up making it more susceptible to wind. In addition, the expansion of the pond on hole 14 makes it an interesting challenge for players of all calibers. Prime Season: 7a.m-9:30p.m Off-season call for details: 506-743-5251
It's a museum, a library, an art gallery, a boutique, and an entertaining show... step inside the door of the Olivier Soapery and you'll know you're someplace special. This is Canada's only Soap Economuseum, dedicated to keeping the traditional craft of soap-making alive. but it's hardly the dusty stuff of an average museum.
Savonnerie Olivier Soapery
851 Route 505
It's a museum, a library, an art gallery, a boutique, and an entertaining show... step inside the door of the Olivier Soapery and you'll know you're someplace special. This is Canada's only Soap Economuseum, dedicated to keeping the traditional craft of soap-making alive. but it's hardly the dusty stuff of an average museum.
On June 24, 1785, two men carved a cross on a tall pine tree, in the middle of the Bouctouche wilderness, as a symbol of their faith. Charlitte and Francois LeBlanc had left Memramcook six days before to explore the region, finally stopping on the fertile land by the shores of Bouctouche Bay. The LeBlanc brothers knelt at the foot of the tree bearing the cross and asked God to protect their future church, thereby taking part in one of the first Catholic services in what is now St. Jean Baptiste Parish.
Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-Restigouche
On June 24, 1785, two men carved a cross on a tall pine tree, in the middle of the Bouctouche wilderness, as a symbol of their faith. Charlitte and Francois LeBlanc had left Memramcook six days before to explore the region, finally stopping on the fertile land by the shores of Bouctouche Bay. The LeBlanc brothers knelt at the foot of the tree bearing the cross and asked God to protect their future church, thereby taking part in one of the first Catholic services in what is now St. Jean Baptiste Parish.
Plan a visit to see Charles Bernard, better known as Woodchuck, the master carver. An excellent storyteller, this self-taught artist, with a personal touch and unique style, brings life to his carvings. This internationally renowned artist has created more than 600 sculptures. The 3-masts Spanish Galleon, built on the outside of his studio, is worth seeing.
Woodchuck Carvings
1554 New Brunswick 475
Plan a visit to see Charles Bernard, better known as Woodchuck, the master carver. An excellent storyteller, this self-taught artist, with a personal touch and unique style, brings life to his carvings. This internationally renowned artist has created more than 600 sculptures. The 3-masts Spanish Galleon, built on the outside of his studio, is worth seeing.

Bouctouche Food scene

A Bouctouche seafood restaurant known for its lobster rolls and so much more. 10 Rue Industrielle, Bouctouche, NB E4S 3H8 Mon-Thur: 11a.m-7p.m Fri-Sun: 11a.m-8p.m.
Pirate De La Mer
10 Rue Industrielle
A Bouctouche seafood restaurant known for its lobster rolls and so much more. 10 Rue Industrielle, Bouctouche, NB E4S 3H8 Mon-Thur: 11a.m-7p.m Fri-Sun: 11a.m-8p.m.
A local favourite Acadian style restaurant In Bouctouche. For one looking for the new gastronomic meal, you can try the Acadian food or their famous seafood. 43 Irving Blvd, Bouctouche NB EAS 3J5 6a.m - 9p.m
La Sagouine
43 Irving Boulevard
A local favourite Acadian style restaurant In Bouctouche. For one looking for the new gastronomic meal, you can try the Acadian food or their famous seafood. 43 Irving Blvd, Bouctouche NB EAS 3J5 6a.m - 9p.m
The Bouctouche Farmers Market opened for its first season on Saturday, July 3rd, 1999. Located at 9 Irving Blvd, the market has become a focal point and now links the Dune Trail and the Waterfront Trail to the heart of downtown Bouctouche. The market offers local produce, baking, crafts, and more, with live entertainment on site. The Farmer's Market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m to 1 p.m from June to September.
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Marché des Fermiers de Bouctouche Farmers' Market
9 Irving Blvd
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The Bouctouche Farmers Market opened for its first season on Saturday, July 3rd, 1999. Located at 9 Irving Blvd, the market has become a focal point and now links the Dune Trail and the Waterfront Trail to the heart of downtown Bouctouche. The market offers local produce, baking, crafts, and more, with live entertainment on site. The Farmer's Market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m to 1 p.m from June to September.
Great local pizza, donairs, poutines, etc. Sunday-Thursday 11:00a.m to 8:00p.m Friday-Satruday 11:00a.m to 9:00p.m
Jack's Pizza
21 Rue Acadie
Great local pizza, donairs, poutines, etc. Sunday-Thursday 11:00a.m to 8:00p.m Friday-Satruday 11:00a.m to 9:00p.m
Delicious Pitas. Also available at this location is frozen yogurt.
Pita Pit
100 Irving Boulevard
Delicious Pitas. Also available at this location is frozen yogurt.
Local farming community.
Ferme Michaud
Local farming community.
Local ice cream shop
Le Petit Crèmier
Local ice cream shop

Popular City/town Outside of Bouctouche

A town located approx 30 minutes from Bouctouche. The town is known as the "Lobster Captial of the World" and hosts an annual festival every July that promotes its ties to lobster fishing. At the western entrance of the town is a 90-ton sculpture called The World's Largest Lobster. There are many things to do in Shediac including Parlee Beach Provincial Park, Croisieres Shediac Bay Cruises (Lobster Dinner Cruise- Amazing!), shopping, dining, and more.
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Shediac
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A town located approx 30 minutes from Bouctouche. The town is known as the "Lobster Captial of the World" and hosts an annual festival every July that promotes its ties to lobster fishing. At the western entrance of the town is a 90-ton sculpture called The World's Largest Lobster. There are many things to do in Shediac including Parlee Beach Provincial Park, Croisieres Shediac Bay Cruises (Lobster Dinner Cruise- Amazing!), shopping, dining, and more.
Moncton is the largest city in New Brunswick. Located approx. 40 minutes from Bouctouche, the downtown core has some delicious restaurants such as Catch 22, Tide and Boar, Mexi, The Keg. There are some shopping areas, a casino, and fine wine shops, spas, etc.
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Moncton
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Moncton is the largest city in New Brunswick. Located approx. 40 minutes from Bouctouche, the downtown core has some delicious restaurants such as Catch 22, Tide and Boar, Mexi, The Keg. There are some shopping areas, a casino, and fine wine shops, spas, etc.

Neighbourhoods

A fun spot for kids to swim and jump into the ocean Also, great restauarnts. Parking entrance fee to get into.
Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf Road
A fun spot for kids to swim and jump into the ocean Also, great restauarnts. Parking entrance fee to get into.
This is the main strip in Bouctouche that connects downtown. East leads you to main shopping areas, restaurants, coffee, and the west leads you to the Bouctouche Dunes and Bouctouche Beach.
Irving Boulevard
This is the main strip in Bouctouche that connects downtown. East leads you to main shopping areas, restaurants, coffee, and the west leads you to the Bouctouche Dunes and Bouctouche Beach.

Wineries

Experience Moncton's Premier Winery. Swirl, sniff, sip and savour our delicious award-winning wines as you discover why wine lovers everywhere are drawn to Magnetic Hill for more than the optical illusion.
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Magnetic Hill Winery
860 Front Mountain Rd
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Experience Moncton's Premier Winery. Swirl, sniff, sip and savour our delicious award-winning wines as you discover why wine lovers everywhere are drawn to Magnetic Hill for more than the optical illusion.
Award-winning grape wines from New Brunswick, Canada. Approximately 20 varieties of cold-climate hybrid grapes. The majority of our grapes are either French hybrids (Marechal Foch, Leon Millot, etc) or Minnesota hybrids (Sabrevois, Marquette, Raddison, etc) Hybrids are bred from crossings Vitis vinifera, and focusing on obtaining traits that are able to withstand our cold Canadian winters, ripen in a shorter growing season, and less prone to disease. This is done by careful selective breeding. Wines from hybrid grapes are quickly gaining popularity worldwide, known as the "modern varieties" and known for a "clean" taste, and producing crisp whites, and balances reds. Hybrids are also producing some of the world's top sparkling wines. To learn more: www.richibuctoriverwineestate.com
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Richibucto River Wine Estate
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Award-winning grape wines from New Brunswick, Canada. Approximately 20 varieties of cold-climate hybrid grapes. The majority of our grapes are either French hybrids (Marechal Foch, Leon Millot, etc) or Minnesota hybrids (Sabrevois, Marquette, Raddison, etc) Hybrids are bred from crossings Vitis vinifera, and focusing on obtaining traits that are able to withstand our cold Canadian winters, ripen in a shorter growing season, and less prone to disease. This is done by careful selective breeding. Wines from hybrid grapes are quickly gaining popularity worldwide, known as the "modern varieties" and known for a "clean" taste, and producing crisp whites, and balances reds. Hybrids are also producing some of the world's top sparkling wines. To learn more: www.richibuctoriverwineestate.com

Bouctouche Local Department Stores

Dollarama
193 Irving Boulevard
The local department store offering a variety of items from home, bath, living room, clothing, electronics, seasonal, and more.
Rossy
The local department store offering a variety of items from home, bath, living room, clothing, electronics, seasonal, and more.
Local grocery store in Bouctouche
IGA Cooperative Limited Bouctouche
191 Irving Boulevard
Local grocery store in Bouctouche
Alcool NB Liquor
193 Irving Blvd

Shediac Popular Restaurants

Great foods, great views of the Ocean and Marina. Located in Shediac approx. 30 minutes from Bouctouche.
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Captain Dan's
50 Pointe Du Chêne Rd
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Great foods, great views of the Ocean and Marina. Located in Shediac approx. 30 minutes from Bouctouche.
Whether you'd like to relax on the warmest waters of North of Carolinas, get a closer look at Acadian culture, or discover all there is to know about lobsters, Shediac Bay Cruises is what you need. Eric LeBlanc is a retired lobster fisherman with 29 years of experience, and Denise's father fished lobster for over 50 years. Along with their daughters, Renee and Chantal, and their experienced staff, they are eager to show off the region and deliver you a wonderful LOBSTER DINNER on their boat bay tour!
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Croisières Shediac Bay Cruises
60 Wharf Road
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Whether you'd like to relax on the warmest waters of North of Carolinas, get a closer look at Acadian culture, or discover all there is to know about lobsters, Shediac Bay Cruises is what you need. Eric LeBlanc is a retired lobster fisherman with 29 years of experience, and Denise's father fished lobster for over 50 years. Along with their daughters, Renee and Chantal, and their experienced staff, they are eager to show off the region and deliver you a wonderful LOBSTER DINNER on their boat bay tour!
Delicious seafood restaurant located in Shediac on La point de chene. A popular beach, marina, restaurant, and tourist area.
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Sandbar
70 Pointe Du Chêne Rd
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Delicious seafood restaurant located in Shediac on La point de chene. A popular beach, marina, restaurant, and tourist area.