Welcome to the Cambridge-Narrows Village Website
CAMBRIDGE-NARROWS BRIDGE CLOSURE
As of Tuesday, August 25th @ 11:30 am
Due to Unexpected Issues
New Bridge Closure Dates are as follows:
MONDAY, AUGUST 31th
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND
DURING THE HOURS OF: 8:30 AM TO 4:30 PM
Please be prepared for further, unscheduled closures.
For Further information on bridge closures, please contact Department of Transportation and Infrastructure at WWW.511.gnb.ca or dial 511.
The village of Cambridge-Narrows is located in south central New Brunswick on the picturesque Washademoak lake. Unspoiled landscape, scenic views, and local hospitality give the community it's country charm.
The village is home to approximately 650 residents, and a greater number of seasonal cottage dwellers. The three local campgrounds attract a considerable number of residents during the summer months.
The village was originally founded as two settlements, one on either side of the Washademoak Lake, Cambridge and The Narrows. In 1966, and government came into leadership and merged the two settlements , to form Cambridge-Narrows.
Cambridge-Narrows has grown considerably in recent years with a library, Pines Conservation Park, and a number of local businesses.
Browse our site and experience the country hospitality of Cambridge-Narrows for yourself.