Notable industries during Chipman's inception include forestry and coal. Chipman is home to a covered bridge, the Gaspereau River Number two, which was constructed in 1913. Fishing, swimming, golfing, spending the day at the beach, sight seeing and an annual summer festival are just a few activities and events of interest in Chipman in the summer months. Many sports can be played in Chipman, including tennis, mini-golf, volleyball, baseball, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, ice-fishing and, of course, hockey.
Chipman accommodations include bed and breakfasts and inns.
Queens County Inn
122 Bridge St.
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