Chalets Restigouche - #9 the Fox - Kedgwick
- Airport Shuttle
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
- Smoking Allowed
The Chalets Restigouche is a great complex of 9 log cabins near the river, a family restaurant and a campground.
Nestled in northern New Brunswick, in the heart of the Appalachians, our facility will impress you with its tranquility, astonishing scenery and wildlife!
Come visit this paradise where you will be greeted with open arms by our friendly team!
The Chalets Restigouche is ideal for a getaway with family and friends as it offers (all year round) a wide range of outdoor services and activities.
The Restigouche River, a 55 km long river, is renown internationally for its beauty and great salmon fishing. It is a great authentic outdoor facility for nature lovers. You will be able to take part in your favourite activities, from hiking, mountain biking, canoeing and fishing to snowmobiling, riding ATV and watching wildlife animals.
The adventure awaits you at Chalets Restigouche in the heart of the Appalachians region in New Brunswick!
Winter sports enthusiasts will enjoy their time at Chalets Restigouche with snowmobiling, tobogganing and snowshoeing just outside their chalet.
We rent tubes for sliding and snowshoes: look at our Fun in the snow package!
We are located on a skidoo trail 17 which connects Kedgwick to Moose Valley, Bathurst, Campbellton and St-Quentin.
A variety of great canoeing packages are available at Canoe Restigouche
Black bear hunting package (spring and fall)
Hiking and mountain biking (bicycle rental)
Swimming in the river
Workshop for children filled with all types of games
Play structures for kids
Petting farm (goat, guinea pigs, chickens, rabbits and cats)
Outdoor games (volley ball, giant checkers, horseshoes)
Great place for bird watching and wild life observationChildren under 12 stay for free
Fee of 10$ per additional person
check in 3 pm and check out 11 am
*** Please take note that a minimum of 2 night rental is required during the Christmas Holiday season (December 23 to January 2).