Local Attractions

Harvey Station – The village of Harvey, situated between rolling hills, is surrounded by seven lakes. You’ll find an abundance of hospitality, craft and gift shops, restaurants, a post office and a bank.  www.village.harvey-station.nb.ca

The Big Fiddle Still– Big Fiddle Still is a Craft Distillery located in Harvey, NB; specializing in Flavor Infused Vodka. The motto at Big Fiddle is “Best Served With Friends” for most of our bottles are shared around a campfire or at gatherings, sometimes to celebrate an occasion, and sometimes just to share with friends. The owner is a must meet! He will dazzle you with tales of moonshining history, let you sample his flavored vodka, and make your stop worth while!  https://www.bigfiddlestillvodka.com/

The Gun Dealer – The Gun Dealer,  a 7000 sq ft store, which offers Canada’s Largest Displays of gun with over 750 firearms on our gun rack. New Brunswick’s largest stocking firearms dealer. Only a 15 min drive from the lodge. http://www.thegundealer.net/

The Kubbyhole – this co-op run store is full of local artisan’s antiques, woodworking, primitives, photography, jewelry, preserves, knitting, and more. It is located beside Moffitt’s Irving/Convenience Store/Pizza Shack as you’re heading into the village. https://www.facebook.com/Kubbyhole/

Smith’s Store – located in the heart of the village of Harvey, this store has been in business since 1869. http://harveyheritage.ca/item/286

McAdam Train Station – Built in 1900, the McAdam Railway Station is a National and Provincial Historic site and a designated Heritage Railway Station. It is an active museum offering tours, catered meals, and their famous Sunday Railroad Pie! Located 20 min. from lodge. https://mcadamstation.ca/

Woolen Mill – As Canada’s oldest woolen mill, it has been in production in the same place since 1857. http://www.briggsandlittle.com/

Kings Landing – This 300 acre museum houses over 70,000 artifacts, offers over 40 exhibits, horseback riding, theatre, workshops as well as a fully 1st person interpreted village where you can step back in time with a community of costumed characters in 70 historic buildings. From the American Revolution to the turn of the 20th century, Kings Landing is a collection of stories and events that shaped New Brunswick through settlement, the birth of the great nation of Canada, and to the age of progress. 20 minute drive from the lodge. http://kingslanding.nb.ca/

NB Waterfalls – New Brunswick has over 330 waterfalls to hike, explore and take photos of course! There’s many within a short distance of Harvey. Directions to waterfalls

Kingswood Golf – Kingswood is the most recognized and award golf course in NB. It was recognized by Golf Digest as The Best New Courses in Canada in ’03, Travel Leisure Magazine Top 20 International Openings, Top 100 Best Courses outside the US by Golf Digest in ‘06 and the “Best Places to Play” in ‘08. Kingswood is a 27 hole golf facility. The 18 Hole Signature Course has over 7,000 yards of the most outstanding golf scenery in Canada. The 9 Hole Executive Course allows the golfer with limited time to treat themselves to a course that is immaculately conditioned and fun to play. 40 minute drive. http://www.kingswoodpark.ca/golf

Saint Andrews – St. Andrews is one of New Brunswick’s oldest and most distinctive settlements. Saint Andrews is Canada’s premier historic seaside town and is less than an hour drive from the lodge. Founded by United Empire Loyalists fleeing the American Revolution, many of the Town’s buildings still reflect that history – as you will see during a casual stroll along Water Street. In fact, historic Water Street was awarded the “Great Place in Canada” distinction by the Canadian Institute of Planners, and USA Today named Saint Andrews the best place to visit in Canada. http://standrewsbythesea.ca/