Boiestown is a small community located in Northumberland County in the central portion of New Brunswick, along the Southwest Miramichi River. The town name derives from the last name of Thomas Boies, an early resident who erected the town's first lumber mill. Today, forestry is still the most productive industry in Boiestown. Thomas Boies, traveling north from New Hampshire, first came to this area in the early 1800s. Boiestown is 68 km (42.3 mi.) northeast of Fredericton.

Boiestown is the home of the Central New Brunswick Woodmen's Museum, which features six plus hectares of a lumber camping area, as well as the history of the area, exhibiting equipment, artefacts and more. Boiestown also offers hunting in the surrounding woodlands, for such animals as the moose, deer, black bears and birds. As well, fishing tours are available. Boiestown holds an annual fair and also offers picnicking, swimming, fine dining and much more.

Boiestown accommodations include cottages and campgrounds.

Bullock's Lodge
Long Term
6307 Route 8
Burnt Land Brook Ltd.
Long Term
36 Pine Lane
Spencer's Fishing & Hunting Lodge
Long Term
3383 Route 625
Stoddard Hunting and Fishing Camp
Long Term
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