Category Archives: Our Lakes & Rivers

26Feb/00
Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Grand Lake

Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Grand Lake, New Brunswick is┬áthe province’s largest freshwater lake. It is a lake in central New Brunswick, Canada. It is located approximately 40 kilometres east of Fredericton. The lake drains into the Saint John River, via the Jemseg River and the Grand Lake Meadows.

The lake is popular for boating, fishing, with camping, cottages, and beautiful beaches along its shores.

Lakes and rivers which drain into Grand Lake include:

  • Newcastle Creek
  • Salmon River
  • Coal Creek
  • Cumberland Bay Stream
  • Maquapit Lake

Some places to stay in the Grand Lake area:

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26Feb/00

Washademoak Lake

Washademoak Lake, New Brunswick

Washademoak Lake is a beautiful lake in central New Brunswick. The Village of Cambridge-Narrows surrounds part of the lake.

Washademoak Lake

Washademoak Lake

Enjoy boating, fishing, kayaking, swimming in the lake. Relax on the beautiful shores of the Washademoak Lake, go comping or stay in a cottage on the beach.

Here are some of the local businesses in the area to stay at or and eat at:

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Jemseg River

Jemseg River, New Brunswick

Jemseg River, New Brunswick

Jemseg River, New Brunswick

The Jemseg River is a short river New Brunswick, it drains into the Grand Lake and into the Saint John River.

It is a fairly slow-flowing river, and is approximately 5 kilometres long. It is a relatively deep river.

The river seen tug-barge traffic until the late 1990s, it was the last commercial shipping on the Saint John River system.

The river begins in the community of Jemseg, the southern end of Grand Lake

Some places to stay in the Jemseg River area:

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