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We are a natural setting for nature lovers. Our goal is to minimize the overdevelopment of a “camping” experience.
Although a Zero-Carbon travel experience may not be realistic, today, we aim to provide you with Low-No Carbon adventures within distance of any E-bike or E-ATV (Polaris makes a nice model). https://ranger.polaris.com/en-ca/ranger-ev/
We are upgrading to 30AMP electricity and Water services for summer 2023 across 10 sites near the Staff House. Another 20 sites with water only, and the remaining 28 sites are sans services/boondocking and are situated directly on the edge of the Baie des Chaleur.
We will be welcoming campers starting July 15th, 2023.
Your Journey Begins
… in the mountains & on the beaches of beautiful New Brunswick
Click on the picture below for stunning arial views of Clifton, N.B., home of Clearwater RV Parc & Campground
(We’re just off to the left)
Discover Unlimited Beauty
Meet different people, cultures, traditions and landscapes. Choose your next destination, we take care of the rest.
Let us explore our heritage together: https://www.itanb.ca/powwow/
Upcoming Tours and Destinations
From clam digging to ski resorts, the list is almost endless.
What People Say
‘We stopped Rv’ing for years. Then, at the age of 55 with the kids grown, we’ve just bought a new rig. We love our kids but we raised them and now we’re looking for somewhere that is quiet.’
Plan your day trip
find your own unique tour with our help…
Down to the local Greenhouse
This greenhouse is worth the visit anytime. Particularly beautiful from June 15th-Sept 1st. Astounding amount of sprouted veggies for your garden; Outstanding baskets of flowers for your enjoyment.
Out to the wharf to catch some flounder
It matters where you fish and what you’ll get. Petit-Rocher for mackeral, Salmon Beach for seabass and Caraquet for flounder. We’ll show you the good spots.
Best brook trout in the northern hemisphere
Northern New Brunswick stands as the hub of brook trout, rainbow, browns and the occassional wild atlantic salmon. For my dollar, I’d probably sit down with a plate of smelts but little rainbows are an incredible treat in their own right. Lets go get some, I know a place – (hint: no fishing spot required)
- Mount Carleton Star Party – RASC NB
- Dugas oysters from the Dugas oystershop in Dugas Road with…Andre Dugas and Dan Dugas
- Watch “How to build a canoe, using birchbark and materials harvested from the land | Mi’kma’ki : Gwitna’q” on YouTubeCanoe building over 30 days – anybody want to try their hand at it?
- Bass Attack FishingBass Attack Fishing (506) 252-0701 https://maps.app.goo.gl/BodC1WrLrhpBg4h18
- Indigenous / #ExploreNB / Tourism New Brunswick