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Manufacturing Capital of NB… Settled in 1829 – Population 523

Manufacturing Capital of New Brunswick…

Situated on the Big Presque Isle Stream in the heart of one of the richest and most productive agricultural regions in New Brunswick, Centreville produces more manufactured steel on a per capita basis than anywhere else in the province. Fire trucks, transport trailers and large agricultural equipment are a few of the products manufactured. Picnic at one of the two parks – one at the corner of Central & Main Street with its floral garden and the other at the corner of Main & Burtt Street with Picnic Tables & Parking available. A self-guided driving tour of the local farmland will provide a memorable glimpse into how agriculture accounts for a large part of the regional economy. Walk the trails alongside Big Presque Stream to relax and enjoy nature.

Contact Information: Village of Centreville 836 Central Street | Centreville, NB E7K 2E7 Tel: 506.276.3671 | Fax: 506.276.9891 E-mail:

Exit# 172

Exit #153 to Route 110

Home of the World’s Longest Covered Bridge

Settled in 1802– Population 947

The Longest Covered Bridge in the World – one of New Brunswick’s “Top Attractions” (1,282 feet, 391 meters). Over 100 years of stories and history surround this wooden structure that crosses the beautiful St. John River in downtown Hartland. Walk or drive (no charge) across this National and Provincial Heritage Structure. Picnic along the St. John River by the World’s Longest Covered Bridge at the Charles R. Allen Waterfront Park. RV Parking at VIC. Stopping for scenic photo of the bridge, have a rest at the Becaguimac Stream Picnic Area with sheltered picnic tables along the Sentier Trail.


Research genealogical information at the Dr. Walter Chestnut Library in a historic 1912 building. The friendly staff will assist you in finding your roots. Local art displays can also be viewed here at the WW. Craig Gallery. Play a round of golf at the Covered Bridge Golf & Country Club. This championship 18-hole golf course will have you coming back for more, as you enjoy the spectacular scenery from this challenging course that overlooks the St. John River Valley.

Stop by the Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company to take a tour of their old-fashioned kettle-cooked chip factory. You can also sample hot chips that are fresh off the line, learn the history of potato chips and agriculture in New Brunswick, and visit the gift shop for unique souvenirs.

Contact Information: Town of Hartland 1-31 Orser Street | Hartland, NB E7P 1R4 Tel: 506.375.4357 | Fax: 506.375.8265 E-mail:

Home of the World’s Longest Covered Bridge


SJRVTA 2013  


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