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Where To Eat – Cambridge-Narrows & Surrounding Areas
Where To Eat – Cambridge-Narrows & Surrounding Areas, you will have lots of places to pick from!
Distance: 34km (30 min)
Hours: Daily: 8:30am-8pm
Creek View Restaurant
Distance: 35km (32 min)
Hours: Mon-Tues: 11am-7pm
Hatfield Pt. Convenience & Take-Out
Location: Hatfield Pt.
Distance: 26km (30 min)
Hours: Thurs-Sun: 11am-9pm
Holiday Restaurant & Wine Bar
Hours: Wed-Thurs: 11am-9pm
Mama George’s Restaurant & Take-Out
Distance: 25km (30 min)
Hours: Mon-Fri: 11am-9pm
McCready’s Motel & Restaurant
Location: Young’s Cove
Distance: 20km (17 min)
Hours: Daily: 7am-8:45pm
Old Boot Pub
Distance: 34km (35 min)
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 11am-10pm
Turners One Stop
Distance: 14km (15 min)
Hours: Daily: 6am-8pm
Up to Par
Distance: 26km (35 min)
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 11am-9pm
What To Do – Cambridge-Narrows & Surrounding Areas
When in the Cambridge-Narrows and Surrounding Areas here is some things to do:
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- Enjoy the Lake
Boat, swim, or just relax along the shores of the beautiful Washademoak Lake.
- Visit our Wharves
Visit any of our 4 wharves located in Cambridge-Narrows: Cambridge-Narrows Wharf, Mott’s Wharf, Humphrey’s Wharf, or Codwell’s Wharf.
- Walking & ATV Trails
Take a stroll along one of the many trails, or hop on your ATV and go for a ride. Check out Robinson’s Trail, go through the woods, and enjoy the view.
- Pines Conservation Park
Walk, play or have a picnic at our Pines Conservation Park.
- Historical House
With a beautiful history and a structure to show it, the Anthony Flower House is a place to visit and learn about the foundation of our community.
- Relax and Read
Visit the Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library and enjoy one of the various books, all stocked by volunteers.
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.
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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