Your waterfront property is located close to small communities such as Cumberland Bay where you will find great farmers u-pick’s in the summer months. Not much further away is Coles Island where you can access the Trans Canada Highway. The Village of Chipman is only minutes away from you.
Located on the banks of the Salmon River, at the head of Grand Lake, the largest freshwater lake in the Maritime Provinces, explore the peaceful rural beauty of Chipman. Lots of outdoor fun with fishing, boating, snowmobiling and camping.
The Village of Chipman has much to offer including a marina, nature trails for hiking and playgrounds for the kids. Try an afternoon of fishing, a horseback ride in the countryside, play volleyball or tennis at Hamilton Baird Park.
The Chipman Marina Wharf has a waste-pumping service(on request), and washroom facilities. The marina is located in the village’s downtown area and is in walking distance to services such as picnic sites, Take-out Restaurant, banking, postal services, museum, public library with Internet service, an Inn for overnight stays, convenience store/gas bar/NB Liquor outlet, flower shop, garages, part suppliers, churches of all denominations and much more.
Historically, Chipman’s industrial base was grounded in forestry, coal and brick. The tradition continues with the ultra-modern facilities of J.D. Irving Woodlands Ltd. and Grand Lake Timber Ltd, which process much of the abundant local timber, which is still the main focus of the area’s economy.