Nackawic is located on the south western interior of the province, a total of 64.9 km (40.3 mi.) west of Fredericton. Nackawic is also situated along the Saint John River. Original settlers to the area came in 1784, and were United Empire Loyalists. Nackawic was incorporated as a town in 1976. The largest industry in Nackawic from 1970 to 2004 was a large pulp mill. Its closure brought much change to the community, as hundreds were left to find other means of income in other areas and the town persona was forced to shift.

Nackawic is a breath taking community, home to a lush green forest, spectacular scenery and numerous activities for tourists. Nackawic Beach is a freshwater beach, prime for swimming, picnicking, playing sports and so much more. Nackawic International Garden is a large, expansive display of over 50 species of plants. Home to the World's largest axe, Nackawic is proud of its identity as being the "Forestry Capital of Canada." Also enjoy a plethora of local seafood and the annual community days celebration.

Nackawic accommodations include bed and breakfasts and cottages.

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Impressive Cove B&B Nackawic 78 Smythe Lane Request Info
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