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Nigadoo Village

The village of Nigadoo lies just 9 km (6 mi.) north of Bathurst, between Beresford and Petit-Rocher. Long before the Acadians first settled in the area, the Mi'kmaq Indians had discovered the natural shelter provided by the banks of the Nigadoo River, hence the name "Nigadoo," which means hiding place or refuge.
385, rue Principale, unité 1, Nigadoo, NB E8K 3R6, Canada (506) 542-2626

Tourist Landmarks

Most of the amenities found in larger centres are available in Nigadoo, such as camping facilities, an amusement park, fish market, motel, crafts, antiques and gourmet restaurants.

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Nigadoo Village

Incorporated in 1967, the village has a population of approximately 1,000 and has much to offer. Most of the amenities found in larger centres are available in Nigadoo, such as camping facilities, an amusement park, fish market, motel, crafts, antiques and gourmet restaurants.

The Nigadoo River is a picturesque site where one can enjoy swimming and fishing. Along its bank, in the Parc du Vieux Moulin, you will notice the remains of an old mill dating back to the 19th century.

The village of Nigadoo is a destination rich in history and entertainment; come spend a memorable family holiday!