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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 the 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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26Feb/00

Whites Cove

Whites Cove, New Brunswick

Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Whites Cove is a small community in New Brunswick, Canada. It is located on the southern banks of the Grand Lake.

 

Some places to stay in the Grand Lake area:

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26Feb/00

Waterborough

Waterborough, New Brunswick

Waterborough is a small rural community located on the Banks of the Grand Lake, in the Canadian province New Brunswick.

Waterborough on Grand Lake, New Brunswick, Canada

Waterborough on the Grand Lake, New Brunswick, Canada


Some places to stay in the Grand Lake area:

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26Feb/00

Cody’s

Cody’s, New Brunswick

Cody’s is a small rural community in New Brunswick, Canada. It had a population of 406 in the 2006 Canadian Census.

Some places to stay in the Cody’s area:

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26Feb/00

Young’s Cove

Young’s Cove, New Brunswick

Young’s Cove, New Brunswick is a rural community in the Grand Lake area. It is located off Route 2 between Fredericton and Moncton and is only about 30 minutes from Sussex. There is a gas station, restaurant and motel located just off the highway exit.

Young's Cove, Grand Lake, New Brunswick, Canada

Young’s Cove, Grand Lake, New Brunswick, Canada

Some places to stay in the Grand Lake area:

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26Feb/00

Cumberland Bay

Cumberland Bay, New Brunswick

Cumberland Bay, Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Cumberland Bay, Grand Lake, New Brunswick

Cumberland Bay is a rural community along the banks of the beautiful Grand Lake, New Brunswick. You can enjoy sailing, fishing, kayaking, resting on the beach. There are also local farms. You are close to snowmobile trail and ATV trail. You are only minutes from the Village of Chipman. About an hour’s drive from Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John and about 30 minutes to Sussex and 40 minutes from Oromocto.

Some places to stay in the Grand Lake area:

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26Feb/00

Shannon

Shannon, New Brunswick

Shannon is a small farming community in Queens County, New Brunswick. It is in the Parish of Wickham. It is only a short drive from the Village of Cambridge-Narrows

Some places to stay in the Shannon area:

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26Feb/00

Coles Island

Coles Island, New Brunswick

Coles Island, Fishing, Canaan River, New Brunswick, Canada

Coles Island

Coles Island is a rural community in New Brunswick and it is a small island in the Canann River. You are close to the NB snowmobile trail and ATV trail. You are only minutes from the Village of Cambridge-Narrows. About an hour’s drive from Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John and about 30 minutes to Sussex and 40 minutes from Oromocto.

Some places to stay in the Coles Island area:

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26Feb/00

Cambridge-Narrows

Cambridge-Narrows, New Brunswick

Cambridge-Narrows is a Canadian village located in Queens County, New Brunswick. The village is situated along the banks of the beautiful Washademoak Lake. The village is made up of two separate settlements on either side of the river, Cambridge and The Narrows, in 1966 they were merged under one municipal government.

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Cambridge-Narrows, New Brunswick

The beautiful village has a school (K-12), store (gas, convenience and liquor), campgrounds, vineyard, wharves, seasonal restaurant/take out and so much more!

NB snowmobile trail and NB ATV trail goes through the village. Cambridge-Narrows is only about an hour’s drive from Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John and about 30 minutes to Sussex and 30 minutes from Oromocto.

Some local businesses in Cambridge-Narrows:

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