Welcome to Musquash / Pocologan!

Pocologan and Musquash are two small coastal communities located in southwestern New Brunswick, Canada. Situated along the Bay of Fundy, these two villages are renowned for their picturesque scenery, tranquil lifestyle, and rich cultural heritage. Despite their small size, Pocologan and Musquash have a deep-rooted history that dates back to the early 1800s when European settlers first arrived in the region.

Pocologan is a small rural community that lies on the western shore of the Bay of Fundy. Its name originates from the Maliseet First Nations language, which translates to “place of the rapids.” Pocologan has a population of approximately 300 people, and its economy is primarily based on fishing and tourism. Visitors to Pocologan can enjoy a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, birdwatching, and whale watching. The village also has several historic buildings and museums that offer insight into its past.

Musquash is another charming coastal community located about 20 kilometers southwest of Saint John, New Brunswick’s largest city. It is situated on the shores of Musquash Harbour, a protected inlet off the Bay of Fundy. Musquash has a population of around 400 people and is renowned for its spectacular scenery and natural beauty. The village is surrounded by forests, wetlands, and hiking trails, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The local economy is based on fishing, forestry, and tourism, with several bed and breakfasts and guesthouses catering to visitors.

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