Patty’s Beach Chalets, situated on the beautiful Bay of Chaleur (a member of the prestigious Most Beautiful Bays of the World Club) and home to the Phantom Ship is the gateway to the Acadien Peninsula with all the Acadien sites and events.

Tour the local marinas and wharves – speak with the local fishermen.

Spend time beachcombing for seashells and beach glass – learn to make beach jewelry.

Enjoy the serenity of canoeing and kayaking.

Enjoy the daily outdoor music concerts held in Bathurst.

Try clam digging in Maisonette.

Visit the farmer’s market.

Have a picnic at Pabineau Falls and watch salmon jump the falls during the autumn spawning season.

Try deep sea fishing with experienced outfitters.

Throughout the summer the surrounding communities host their local festivals

A naturalists dream as it boasts 100 acres of pristine salt marsh, fields and mixed forests.  Special attractions include the Canada geese and the rare maritime ringlet butterfly.

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An activity park for all ages.  Clear blue water fills a 30 meter deep quarry.  Rent a paddle boat, rowboat, go scuba diving or just relax on the spacious deck.

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Home to more than 50 families and 100 species of marine life including a rare blue lobster, plenty of activities for the kids – visit the touch tank and the tidal tank (mimics the flow of the tides).

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First built in 1856, is still active today with its’ original wooden octagonal tower.  Around the lighthouse are sandy beaches and peat bogs good for wildlife and bird watching.

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Won a number of prestigious awards, including the Phoenix Award for its authentic character. It brings to life the ancestral customs and traditional trades of Acadians from 1770 to 1939.

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There are many, many more beautiful sites, attractions and events to take in and Patty’s Beach Chalets is conveniently located in the midst of them all.