We are so happy you enjoyed your stay!
And thank you so much for the great review! We hope to see you again! Daniel M wrote a review Sep Summerside, Canada 2 contributions 2 helpful votes. Loved the Treehouses! A group of friends and I rented three treehouses for the week-end and had a blast! The staff was super friendly and willing to help, and the treehouses were a unique experience We went for a hike at Mount Carleton Provincial Park which was a long drive but also worth it.
But make sure to fill your car with gas before you make the trek! Date of stay: September Trip type: Traveled with friends. I am so glad that you enjoyed your stay. Sounds like you had quite an adventure.
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Thanks for the reveiw. Hope ro see you again! Heather M wrote a review Aug Campbellton, Canada 14 contributions 5 helpful votes. BEST camping in the Miramichi. Jenn loves fairy stones so she asks the kids to help find them and bring them back to her at the store and she will exchange them for a small gift.
As older campers it is great watching parents and kids searching for these Now that the campground is under their ownership Heather and Alex McLean site 4 …. Date of stay: August Derrick C wrote a review Aug Very bad. We had a cabin booked for two nights and the first night was pretty bad.
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It was full of bugs and dirty We didn't even sleep in sheets. We complained and the owner didn't do anything for us. The owner even lied saying that no one even complained. The pool was dirty and cloudy. The second night was much better because we didn't stay at the cottage. I would not recommend this place to anyone Over priced, dirty and the owner not caring Date of stay: July Trip type: Traveled with family.
Steve B wrote a review Jul Great getaway. Having been there 2 years ago we loved it. Were heading down from Ont for the second time last week of July first week of August because it was a pretty cool experience, and the kids love it.
For wanting to get away from it all and still have amenities for my basic needs were good. Problems with wifi I cant believe that's a complaint I still have wifi problems in the city never mind the country. So we should try to look past our screens once in a while. Had no problems with staff or owners found them pleasant, treated the kids great. We really have no complaints because we knew what to expect before we got there. Like my mom used to say don't sweat the small stuff. Lets keep in mind its not a 5 star hotel.
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Take it for what it is and enjoy. Date of stay: August Rooms. Room Tip: From some of the reviews make sure you get details on the unit staying in so you get what you need. Previous Next 1 2 3 4 5 6 … Samantha D asked a question May Sudbury, Canada 17 contributions 2 helpful votes. Answer from Robert T. May I think Stonehurst might be a bit more campfire friendly if you are so inclined.
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Joseph Cunard, brother of Samuel Cunard who founded the famous transatlantic steamship company, purchased a wharf and store on the Miramichi River in Backed by Samuel and partnered with Henry, another brother, Joseph soon controlled multiple mills, brickworks, stores, a counting house, and at least two shipyards in Chatham. Several navigational aids were established in the s to help protect the maritime traffic accessing Miramichi Bay and River. Range lights were established on Fox Island at the southern entrance to Miramichi Bay in , and in a lighthouse was placed on Portage Island to mark the northern entrance.
Also in , range lights were established at Grant Beach and at Oak Point. After the death of Keeper Russell in , George Grant was appointed keeper. Grant Beach is named after George Grant, who was granted fifty acres from lot 'B' on September 2, Additional lights on the Miramichi River were established on Sheldrake Island in , on Middle Island in , and at Newcastle in The Department of Marine Report for noted that pilots had complained that the Grant Beach Range Lights were placed too close together. As they were coming up the bay, the pilots would cross over the Grant Beach Range before the lights separated into two.
These new lighthouses, square in plan with sloping sides and surmounted by square wooden lanterns, each stood thirty-seven feet tall from their bases to the top of the ventilators on their lantern rooms. A dioptric, seventh-order lens was used in the front tower at a focal plane of fifty-nine feet, while a catoptric light, elevated feet above the high water mark, was employed in the rear tower.
The fixed white lights were visible at a distance of up to four miles and when in range marked the channel from a conical buoy at the narrows of Sheldrake channel up to Malcolm Point. Byron Savage, a veteran of World War II, became keeper of the range lights in upon the recommendation of the previous keeper, William Hay, who relocated to Ontario. I would fill up the lamps with kerosene oil and then light the wicks with a match. I would place the lamps inside the lanterns, replace the globes and the lights were all set for the night.
I would go back in the morning to put out the lights. Campbell and his wife Dorothy purchased Grant Beach Front Range Lighthouse in and hired Lionel Savard and George Bowie to move the tower from a location near the main road to a spot closer to their land on the riverbank, near a beautiful heritage house. Today the lighthouse sits in a park-like setting where it has been maintained in reasonably good condition.