Baie-Sainte-Anne is situated on the eastern shores of New Brunswick, along Miramichi Bay just shy of the Gulf of Saint-Laurent, which is northeast of the community. The population of Baie-Sainte-Anne is just over one and a half thousand people. Located in Northumberland County, Baie-Sainte-Anne was founded in the late 1700s by Acadian and British settlers. The main industries in Baie-Saint-Anne are fishing and peat farming.

Baie-Saint-Anne is located 151 km (93.8 mi.) north of Moncton. Baie-Sainte-Anne is the proud home of the Yvon Durelle's Museum, which offers displays, photos and insight into the life of Yvon Durelle, a professional boxer. Escuminac Beach and Family Park is as advertised, offering plenty of excitement for families looking to spend the day outside at the beach. Enjoy local seafood and other delicious dishes in Baie-Sainte-Anne. Baie-Sainte-Anne is also home to a wharf, plenty of sandy beaches, fishing opportunities and warm ocean water prime for swimming.

Baie-Sainte-Anne accommodations include bed and breakfasts and campgrounds.

Escuminac Beach & Family Park
301 Escuminac Pt Road
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