The coastal village of Neguac is located on Neguac Bay. This location makes the area perfect for water sports, fishing and swimming at its beautiful beaches.
Our visitor information center is located at 1190 Principal St. in front of the municipal building. At this location, visitors who come through Neguac can get all tourist related information for our region. During the tourist season, you can reach us at 776-3838.
Off-season, visitors can get information from Neguac’s municipal building at 776-3950 or by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
This natural park located on the Ile-aux-foins offers both an Eco-tourism site and a location for outdoor family activities. At the park visitors will find a network of boardwalks with interpretation guides that explain the flora and fauna found within the park. Beautiful sandy beaches and a bird observation tower. The lighthouse site offers visitors a picnic area, a new playground for kids, barbecue pits, toilets, change-rooms, parking lots and boat launches can also be found at the park.
Tabusintac Regional Golf Club
A magnificent 9 hole course situated along the Tabusintac river. Put your golfing talents to the test.
Bastien "Factorie" Beach
The "Factorie" beach at Bastien offers beautiful sandy beaches sculpted by the waves. It should be noted that there are no lifeguard services available at this beach.
This estuary, known as Ramsar, is a site where a great variety of water birds can be seen. These birds include: puffins, Common Eiders, Canada goose, Osprey and Great Blue Herons.
Richelieu Municipal Park
This park, situated at the heart of the municipality, provides an excellent locale for a picnic. There is a gazebo that can be transformed into an outdoor stage and toilet facilities. The Savoie monument displayed at the entrance of the park is in memory of the first settlers of Neguac and their ancestors.
1988 marked the year when Neguac was officially proclaimed the "Capital of the Savoie’s of New Brunswick." The first Savoie’s arrived in the area around 1757. The family of Jean Savoie and his wife Anne Landry established themselves and became the first pioneer family of Neguac after being forced to leave Miramichi during the winter of 1756-57. The majority of Savoie’s of New Brunswick are descended from the first Savoie’s of Neguac.
The village of Neguac offers services and infrastructures to pleasure boaters. At the l’Eglise street dock, services include de-icing, water and electricity. Boat launches are also accessible at various locations throughout the village.