Winter parking in effect from November 1st to March 31st

Attractions & Facilities

52 Weeks of Flight

52 Weeks of Flight is about BIRDS! Our region is rich with migratory species year round. We have the best environmental mix for widest variety of birds, with our Bay of Chaleur salt water, Restigouche River fresh water and the point where the two meet. Add in the Eel River Marsh Estuary, our...

Arch Rock

A natural rock formation, "the Arch Rock", carved by the tides and once called the "Gate of Fossil Cove", is a photographer’s dream. The beach area surrounding the Arch Rock is greatly prized by geologists, locals and tourists. On the edge of the rock an outline of a...

Arts Restigouche


Arts Restigouche School is open year round, and offers weekly sessions, and camp sessions for both youth and adults. All of our sessions are complemented with a variety of activities offered in the Restigouche region such as Aboriginal arts and crafts, swimming, kayaking, painting, decorative...

Bon Ami Rocks

This volcanic formation represents a lava flow deposited during the Devonian period, nearly 400 million years ago. It is named for Peter Bonamy, who is considered to be Dalhousie’s first European settler. He moved to the point in 1787 and, a year later, applied for a grant of land. At first...

Caron Bowling

8 Candle pin bowling lane are featured at Caron Bowling Bowling leagues are played Thureday and Friday nigths

Club des Aventuriers


Situated in Charlo, this state is a of the art cross country and biathlon facility. Here you are welcomed to develop or challenge your physical skills, have a great time with your family, or to simply relax in nature. For nature lovers, this is the perfect spot to rejuvenate yourself. For the...

Dalhousie Centennial Library


The Dalhousie Centennial Library is part of the New Brunswick Public Library system and is a branch of the Chaleur Library Region. In 1939, the Dalhousie Public Library was opened and served the community of Dalhousie and vicinity. Anxious to see the Dalhousie Public Library expanded, the...

Dalhousie Regional Marina

Situated on the Restigouche River facing the Appalachian mountain range, Dalhousie's marina is the only one in Restigouche County and accommodates up to 100 boats. In the winter season, the marina is popular for ice fishing. Presently a Waterfront Development Project has been undertaken for...

East Wind Boutique


East Wind Boutique cooperative features the works of 30 artists and artisans from the Restigouche County. The boutique is located in Inch Arran Park in the town of Dalhousie, on the shores of Chaleur Bay. Painters, potters, weavers, photographers, jewellers, sculptors, woodworkers, knitters, and...

Edward Poirier Memorial Dog Park

Park Rules The off-leash dog park is strictly for dogs, their handlers and those accompanying them. Alternative park usage is not permitted. Dogs must have current vaccinations (including kennel cough) and be legally licensed. Limit of two dogs per handler. Handlers must...

Ghost Walk: Stories in the Graveyard

Dusk falls and the gravestones stand silent in the warm evening shadows. Your guide is dressed in period costume and the modern world fades away as your ghost tour begins. Explore the histories of those who’ve lived in the Dalhousie community and learn the secrets and mysteries that may...

Inch Arran Arena


This Arena is heated with excellent seating and hosts many activities during the year. A portable, state of the art floor cover enables activities such as boxing and other events to be held year-round. Restigouche Minor Hockey schedule Public skating: Friday 7:10pm to 8pm and Sunday 1pm to...

Inch Arran Lighthouse

The ‘Bon Ami Point Range Front’ lighthouse was constructed on Inch Arran Point in 1870. It was built to guide ship to safety at night. Under the Federal Heritage Buildings Policy, the Bon Ami lighthouse became recognised as a Federal Heritage Building on September 5, 1991. To this...

Inch Arran Park Camping

Last day of camping is Saturday September 15, 2018 All trailers must be removed by Sunday September 16, 2018. No dry camping allowed Thank you for your patronage  Located just steps from the Bay of Chaleur, at the mouth of the Restigouche River, our campground has 40 full service and 8...

Jeunesses Musicales Dalhousie


Jeunesses Musicales Dalhousie is proud to unvail its 27th Season. Six (6) different concerts such as the well-loved opera Don Giovanni by Mozart with sets, costumes and lighting will delight you. This year will feature piano, cello, oboe, flute, violin and harp. All concerts will be presented...

LER Theater

This regional theater seats 495 people and is the host of wonderful events in Dalhousie.

Locating Dalhousie History

Grab a GPS and explore the history of Dalhousie. Begin at the local museum and head to Rotary Park, where you’ll meet your first storyteller. Navigate from site to site locating local landmarks, art deco architectural gems, distinguished family homes and the oldest cemetery in town. The...


Recreaplex is a multipurpose facility, which includes a beautifully designed indoor 25-meter pool with a 100 foot water slide, tarzan rope, kiddy pool and slide, sauna and hot tub. Recreaplex also has a new and top of the line fitness center which carries Nautilus and Atlantis Equipment,...

Restigouche Farmers' Market

The Restigouche Farmers' Market is open Saturday from 8am to 1pm Located in the beautiful town of Dalhousie, a few minutes drive from Balmoral, Charlo, Eel River Crossing and the First Nation Eel River, Restigouche Farmers Market was created in a spirit of solidarity and collaboration. Its...

Restigouche Golf Club


Is an 18-hole, 5641 Yard Ladies Par 73, Men’s Par 70 golf course and has a slope rating of 126. The course has a magnificent view of the Restigouche and the Appalachian mountain range. The Golf Club offers tee times for members as well as Guests, licensed bar, full canteen services. Club...

Restigouche Regional Museum

Restigouche is one of the largest most diverse counties in New Brunswick. From the highlands of the Appalachian Interior to the seacoasts of Chaleur Bay, it holds a wealth of history, both natural and human. The Restigouche Regional Museum dates from 1967 and attempts to recreate the Restigouche...

Rotary Park Outside Theater

During the age of sail, Polaris the north stars was the beacon which ships in the northern hemispheres could determine their latitude At 48.03.30N, Dalhousie is the most northern point in New Brunswick and has a rich past in shipbuilding and sail. This ship, Polaris, is dedicated to ours...

Soccer Field (Lions)

Lions soccer field offers 2 mid size field.  Typicly used for U-10 and U-12


These stairs bear the name of the county, Restigouche, along with the names of the civil parishes into which the county is divided. At one time, there were specific officers for each of these parishes – officials dealing with everything from control of animals and inspecting fences to care...

Sugarloaf Park


Sugarloaf Park, is the “Year-Round Outdoor Activity Attraction” in New Brunswick. In the winter, Sugarloaf Park receives between 300 and 400 cm of snow annually.The Park offers the largest variety of winter outdoor activities in one location and one of the longest snow season in...

Track and Field

This 400 m track has 6 lanes around and 8 for the 100 m. Place for shot put, javelin and discus. Place for high jump and long jump

Recent News

Recycling Calendar

DRHS Clothing Drive

Proposed By-Law 808-18

Sale of Surplus Equipment


Upcoming Events

Carl Philippe Gionet Ensemble

Saturday September 22, 2018

Monthly Committee meetings

Monday October 8, 2018

"Will to Life" Philippe Prud'homme, piano

Saturday November 10, 2018