Browns Flat, New Brunswick

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Browns Flat is located in New Brunswick
Browns Flat
Browns Flat
Location of Browns Flat in New Brunswick

Coordinates: 45°28′22″N 66°08′16″W / 45.47265°N 66.137694°W / 45.47265; -66.137694

Browns Flat is a Canadian rural community in Kings County, New Brunswick.

Located within Greenwich Parish, Browns Flat is situated along a stretch of the Long Reach section of the Saint John River and is accessed by Route 102. From Moncton/Sussex, Browns Flat can allow be accessed via Route 124 from Norton. The Evandale Ferry runs 24 hours a day by the Department of Transportation at no fee to the user.

Browns Flat is home to:

  • Greenwich Volunteer Fire Department. Founded 1974.
  • Greenwich Recreation Center.
  • The Rite Touch Convenience.
  • Donald's Excavation Service.
  • Balemans Fruits and Vegetable Stand.
  • Beulah Camp, a campground belonging to the Atlantic District of the Wesleyan Church.
  • Catons Island, an island located in the Saint John River. It holds week-long summer camps for families (long weekend in August), kids and teenagers. It is owned by the Atlantic District of the Wesleyan Church.
  • 3034 Blue Mountain Rangers Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps.
  • Blue Mountain Sports.
  • Browns Flat Baptist Church.
  • Wesley United Church.
  • Galbraith Stables.
  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch #87 Greenwich
  • Jones Creek Hall.

The nearest large community is the town of Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick which is approximately 10-15 minutes drive from Browns Flat.


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