The Village of Blackville is situated along the banks of the beautiful Main Southwest Miramichi River, where the Bartholomew
River flows into the main river. It is approximately 40 kilometres southwest of the city of Miramichi in New Brunswick.
Incorporated as a village in 1967, it has a population of 990 and has had a long history related to forestry and salmon
fishing. Blackville is considered the "Salmon Fishing Capital of the Miramichi".
To learn more about Blackville's history, view historic village photos
and watch video of residents sharing their memories of Blackville, visit www.MemoriesOfBlackville.com.
For a listing of local businesses, organization and groups, browse our business directory.