Also, please see a list of Artisans at the end of this page.
1. Enjoy the Lake - Jump in, go boating, or just relax along the shores of the beautiful Washademoak Lake.
2. Visit our Wharves - Visit any of our 4 wharves located in Cambridge-Narrows: Cambridge-Narrows Wharf, Mott's Wharf (next to Norwood's B&B), Humphrey's Wharf or Colwell's Wharf in Lower Cambridge.
3. Walking & ATV Trails - Take a stroll along one of the many trails, or hop on your ATV and go for a ride. Walk the (3.4 km loop) Robinson's Trail. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 55 minutes to complete. Park at the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building on Lower Cambridge Road. The trail is across the road, a short walk, left of the apartment building, as you're facing it.. Look for the wooden markers.
4. Pines Conservation Park - Walk, play or have a picnic at our Pines Conservation Park. It's next to the Cambridge-Narrows Bridge.
5. Historical House - With a beautiful history and a structure to show it, the Anthony Flower House is a place to visit and learn about the foundation of our community. It's across the road from the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building. This is one of the buildings in Arcadia that is owned by Queens County Heritage.
6. Relax and Read - Visit the Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library and Visitor Information Center. Check out the book collection for children, teens and adults; search through the local history material; read a magazine or newspaper; visit with locals and visitors and have a coffee; take tourism brochures for yourself and guests from away; or use a computer. It's free! While at the library, ask if there are any special events taking place today.
7. Local Harvest - Go to one of the vegetable stands to gather fresh fruit and veggies. Waters View Produce on Lower Cambridge Rd. is located across from the Cambridge-Narrows Campground. Raymond Young's Fruit and Vegetable Stand is across from Turner's One-Stop at Jemseg.
8. Take a Drive - Enjoy the scenery as you drive through the beautiful countryside.
9. Campgrounds - Go camping at one of our top notch campgrounds.
10. Grab a munch - Visit a restaurant and indulge in a delicious meal - and finish it off with an ice cream.
11. Rent a Cottage - see 'places to stay'.
12. Acacia Gallery - Richard Flynn's Fine Art private gallery is open week-ends (free). Come and see his latest works of art.
13. Nan's Country Store - you'll find just about everything you need for your picnics or camping trip. Gas bar.
14. Pick blueberries and strawberries in 'u-pick season'.
15. Blueberry U-pick across from #3350 on Route 715, Lower Cambridge Rd. Also in West Scotch Settlement (485-2427).
16. Strawberry U-pick at Ray Young's in Jemseg in season.
17. Mott's Landing Winery, 3506 Lower Cambridge Rd. https:www.mottslandingvineyard.com
18. Acadia Gallery - http://flynnfineart.com
1. Go Fishing - Catch a fish off the Starkey Covered Bridge.
2. Have a picnic - The Women's Institute have provided picnic tables at the Bluff.
3. Connell's Store - Go to the Connell's store located on Long Creek Rd. (Rt. 710) and grab a few snacks to eat.
1. Rent a Cabin - Rent a cabin for your family at Pioneer Lodge and Log Cabins.
2. Enjoy a picnic - Have a delicious meal or snack while you enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
3. Rent a RV lot - Go on over to Buckwheat Point Estates and rent a RV lot or waterfront property!
1. Vegetable Stand - Visit Raymond Young's Fruit and Vegetable Stand. They also have homemade baking and local preserves. Ask about their strawberry u-pick (in season).
2. Turner's One Stop - gas bar, grocery store and restaurant.
3. Jemseg Lions Club - Enjoy fun activities at the Jemseg Lions Club - bingo on Friday evenings and Saturday morning market (8 a.m. to 12 noon) during the summer.
Grand Lake Area
1. Go Swimming at White's Cove Wharf and Fanjoy's Point.
2. Camping - at either Lakeside Campground or Mohawk Campground
3. Convenience Store - Stop at McCready's for a treat or meal (gas bar), or the Rte. 10 Store (no gas bar).
4. Slocum's Vegetable Stand - fresh, local produce available all summer.
There are many seasonal activities and sites in our area, one being U-Pick's. Signs are most often posted to direct you to things going on in the area.
Artisans of the Cambridge-Narrows, Washademoak/Grand Lake and Surrounding Area
Ackerley Area Quilt Guild - Year round meeting the 2nd and 4th Wednesday 9:30 am to 3 pm at the Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Bldg. Brenda Dunsmore (506) 488-3418
Donna Bird's Art; painting: commissions, wall murals, paint and sip; Cambridge-Narrows, NB; (506) 488-6050; Facebook: Donna Birds Art
Fun Day Monday (sewing/crafts) - Monday 9:30 am to 4 pm, Cambridge-Narrows Municipal Building; Carolyn Hetherington; (506) 362-2980
Maja Padrov Pottery; year round studio and gallery; by chance or appointment; Gagetown, NB; (506) 488-8091; Facebook: Maja Padrov Ceramics; majapadrov.com/#!gallery-4
Jugglers Cove Pottery; year round studio and gallery; Gagetown, NB; Peter Thomas (506) 488-2574; Facebook: Jugglers Cove Pottery; www.manta.com.jugglerscove
The Barn in Bloomfield; year round studio and gallery; by chance or appointment; Bloomfield, NB; Brent Rourke (506) 832-3716; Facebook: The Barn in Bloomfield; www.thebarninbloomfield
This only covers some of the Artisans. There are many more in the Sussex, Oromocto, Fredericton, Chipman and Minto Areas.
For More Information, please contact Craft NB, P. O. Box 1231, Fredericton, NB E3B 5C8; tel (506) 450-8989; website: https://www.craftnb.ca