The Lakes & Rivers

Private waterfront lots in beautiful New Brunswick

Salmon River

Lake Head Estates Waterfront Sub-division is located on the 1260 Road at Coal Creek on the Salmon River about 2 KM from the mouth of Salmon River which flows into the Grand Lake.

Salmon River is deep and well sheltered making it great for boating, water skiing, kayaking, swimming, fishing. There is a public marina in Chipman (on the Salmon River).

There are many species of fish in the Salmon River, making it ideal for year round fishing. Ice fishing is popular on this river.

Grand Lake

Appropriately named, Grand Lake is the largest natural lake in the Maritimes. The lake is over 20 KM long. It is a perfect place to enjoy a day of sailing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, fishing or just relaxing on the beach.

Fishing is popular on this lake year-round. Lake trout, burbot and whitefish can all be fished here, along with a large population of stocked landlocked salmon.

The Grand Lake covers 165 sq km and acts like a heat sink making this area New Brunswick’s warmest climate. Because of this the area also has the longest growing season in the province.

You can access the Saint John River from the Grand Lake via the Jemseg River.

Jemseg River

The Jemseg River, being relatively deep, shoart and a slow-flowing river, passes through a savannah-type environment with approximately 5 kilometres of meander length.

The river begins at the mouth fo the Grand lake in the community which was named after, Jemseg. The river drains into the Saint John River at the community of Lower Jemseg, opposite the village of Gagetown.

Saint John River

The Saint John River is one of the largest rivers on the East Coast. The 673 KM long river flows from Northern Maine into Canada. It runs south along the western side of New Brunswick, and empties into the Atlantic Ocean in the Bay of Fundy. This river is popular for boating, kayaking, swimming, year-round fishing, snowmobiling in winter months. It has many different species of fish but is especially noted for the striped bass. Some people even say this river is the best place in Canada to fish these sea-run fish. From the Saint John River you can access the Bay of Fundy.

Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world, making it a popular tourist place. But besides the highest tides, the Bay of Fundy is a sport fisher’s haven! Some of the fish that is popular for fishing here are cod, flounder, haddock, halibut, mackerel and Pollack, while larger fish such as Porbeagle sharks are also targeted. Scallop and lobster fishing are thriving businesses here as well. You can also spot whales, porpoises, seals and other marine animals.

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