View from the park facing east.

Morrissey Rock Park, known for its railway tunnel, offers travelers a small picnic site, outdoor restrooms, and breathtaking views of the Restigouche River and its islands. Located at the western edge of the village, if you’re arriving from Quebec via the bridge from Matapedia this will be one of your first sights in the village.


View of the rail tunnel which is located below the park.

Below the park is the only active railway tunnel in the maritimes. Trains still pass along the rail line many times daily carrying passengers and freight between the east coast and the rest of Canada.