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WELCOME TO NEW BRUNSWICK NB YOUR OFFICIAL 2016 NEW BRUNSWICK TRAVEL GUIDE

Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture P.O. Box 12345, Campbellton, NB E3N 3T6 Aussi disponible en français, 1-800-561-0123 ISBN 978-1-4605-1003-2

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FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

Don’t miss the natural wonders, marine life and stunning coastlines. Let the lighthouses be your guide. Introduction........................... 20 Festivals & Events................. 26 Experiences............................ 27 Things to Do........................... 34 Accommodations.................. 69 Campgrounds......................... 81

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ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

Looking for vibrant culture, Maritime hospitality and stretches of warm saltwater beaches? Just follow the music up the coast. Introduction........................... 84 Festivals & Events................. 90 Experiences............................ 91 Things to Do........................... 96 Accommodations............... 114 Campgrounds...................... 123


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RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE Do our roots show? Definitely. Heritage and inspiring landscapes meet here. Introduction........................ Festivals & Events.............. Experiences......................... Things to Do........................ Accommodations............... Campgrounds......................

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MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

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Let the legendary river navigate you to Atlantic salmon fishing and outdoor adventures. Tackle both, if you’re up for a challenge. Introduction........................ 176 Festivals & Events.............. 182 Experiences......................... 183 Things to Do........................ 187 Accommodations............... 193 Campgrounds...................... 195

APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

Get an altitude adjustment. Panoramic views and fresh air are waiting for you at the top of the Maritimes’ highest peak. Introduction........................ 196 Festivals & Events.............. 202 Experiences......................... 203 Things to Do........................ 204 Accommodations............... 211 Campgrounds...................... 213

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NAVIGATING YOUR NEW BRUNSWICK TRAVEL GUIDE

SCENIC DRIVES

The province is divided into five colour-coded Scenic Drives, each with its own unique lures to coax you off the beaten path. Explore the Fundy shore, Acadian coast, River Valley heritage, Miramichi adventures or Appalachian mountains. Which will you explore first?

THINGS TO DO

Are you a meticulous planner or a carefree spirit who thrives on spontaneity? This guide is bursting with things to do and can’t-miss EXPERIENCES you’ve gotta be here to try. Let it help you customize your vacation, in advance or on the fly.

ACCOMMODATIONS TEAR-OUT & CAMPGROUNDS MAP Do you prefer to stay in the city or at a quaint countryside B&B? Maybe a nature hideaway is more your style. Wherever you stop for the night, there are plenty of lodging options within each of the Scenic Drives.

Your full-size New Brunswick travel map is tucked into the back of this guide, including the locations of our Visitor Information Centres.

Acadian Coastal Drive 750 km (466 mi.)

Miramichi River Route

Appalachian Range Route

180 km (112 mi.)

278 km (173 mi.)

River Valley Scenic Drive

512 km (318 mi.)

Fundy Coastal Drive 460 km (286 mi.)

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NEED A GOOD EXCUSE TO GET OUTTA TOWN? WE’LL GIVE YOU 9. WHETHER YOU CHOOSE TO HIKE THE MARITIMES’ HIGHEST PEAK, SWIM IN CANADA’S WARMEST SALT WATER OR CAMP WHERE YOU CAN SEE THE STARS LIKE NEVER BEFORE, NEW BRUNSWICK

DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE

MACTAQUAC

PROVINCIAL PARKS WILL PUT YOU IN TOUCH WITH THE BEST NATURE HAS TO OFFER.

MOUNT CARLETON

NEW RIVER BEACH

THE ANCHORAGE

SUGARLOAF

HERRING COVE

PARLEE BEACH

YOU’LL LOVE OUR PROVINCIAL

PARKS Explore and learn with a variety of interpretive programs, special

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events and outdoor excursions. Whether you’re staying in a tent, RV, cabin or rustic shelter, you’ll find a wide range of on-site amenities that bring an added level of convenience to your stay –

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stores, playgrounds, activity centres and more.

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Looking to take in some spectacular views? Get a load of our rugged coastlines – they’ve been carved by the world’s highest tides! Better bring your appetite too, the seafood here is as good as it gets. You’ll know the Bay of Fundy has worked its magic when you can’t think of anywhere else you’d rather be. Your bags are already packed, aren’t they?

BAY OF FUNDY, GRAND MANAN


C’mon in, the water’s great! It also happens to be the warmest salt water in Canada (you may never want to get out). Settle into a cosy seaside cottage where the waves lull you to sleep and you wake to a beautiful ocean view. Grab your towel and claim your little slice of paradise – there are over 50 beaches here to choose from. We’ll save you a spot!

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In no time, you’ll be embracing the Acadian spirit and diving into traditional experiences and celebrations. And just wait until you try the food (you’ve gotta order the fricot)! It’s easy to get swept away by the Acadian way of life, especially when the locals welcome you with open arms. You already feel right at home, don’t cha?

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ACADIE

FESTIVAL ACADIEN DE CARAQUET, CARAQUET


All it takes to find unexpected treasures is a trip to one of our parks. Cruise along Eastern Canada’s best mountain biking trails, hike to waterfalls tucked away in lush forests or camp under starry skies. Build Instagram-worthy sandcastles or lounge on a beach. There’s no better way to recharge your batteries than with some time well spent in our great outdoors.

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FUNDY NATIONAL PARK, ALMA

PROVINCIAL & NATIONAL

PARKS


We hope you’re hungry! Let’s start by showing you all the ways to eat a lobster – it’ll come in handy throughout your stay. Feast on mouth-watering cuisine prepared by award-winning chefs while sipping on local wines and ales. Savour traditional comfort foods like poutine râpée or seafood chowder, and be sure to try anything featuring fresh fiddleheads – signature dishes you won’t want to miss! What, did you think we’d let you go home on an empty stomach?

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FOOD & DRINK

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MIRAMICHI RIVER, MCNAMEE

Love being waterside? Come see us – the rivers here are as famous for their natural beauty as they are for their world-class fishing. Whether you’re making waves with your paddle, taking it all in from your tube, waking up on a houseboat or reeling in a prized catch, one thing’s for sure: It’s hard to resist the lure of our rivers.


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No two cities are alike, so discovering something new in each one is a given. Road trip your way from top-notch music events, literary festivals and retail therapy, to live street performances and fascinating galleries. Then, it’s on to farmers markets serving up flavourful local fare. And the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Just wait until our nightlife sweeps you off your feet!


GRAND MANAN ISLAND

FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

Imagine yourself here in Whale Cove. You already feel relaxed, don’t you? Grand Manan is just one of the many off-the-beaten-path gems that you can expect to find along the Fundy Coastal Drive. Wait until you see the natural wonders, visit the energetic urban centres and taste the exquisite seafood that this spectacular drive has to offer. 20


BAY OF FUNDY, CAMPOBELLO ISLAND New Scotland Irishtown

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Colpitts Settlement

EXPERIENCE THIS!

Spend a few days island hopping. Sip tea at a historic cottage on Campobello Island (pg 29) or go whale-watching (pgs 27-30) in the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. Set foot on land and head to Saint John or Moncton for some of New Brunswick’s finest wines (pgs 30 & 32).

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ZIP-LINES AND COASTLINES Adrenaline junkies: Zip along the Bay or rappel down ancient rock formations towards the ocean floor (pg 31). Kayak on top of the world’s highest tides (pgs 31 & 32) for a change of pace. Laid-back adventurers will love exploring the sea caves (pg 31) in St. Martins or an Ice Age river (pg 30) in Saint John.

TASTE BUD TEMPTERS Pick out hand-crafted chocolates (pg 27) while you learn about the treat’s history in St. Stephen or crack into fresh lobster (pg 31) on the Bay of Fundy shore. For supper, dig in to a mouthwatering meal made with ingredients picked that day (pg 29) or feast on a magnificent dinner, prepared at a charming inn (pg 27). Yum!

WHERE YA

STAYIN’? For historic charm wrapped in a quaint seaside

FOR MORE FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE EXPERIENCES, TURN TO PAGE 27

setting check into the legendary Algonquin Resort in Saint Andrews, a stone’s throw from the Bay of Fundy.

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THE HOPEWELL ROCKS, HOPEWELL CAPE

FOR FUN ‘ON THE ROCKS’ Few places in the world are as spectacular as the Bay of Fundy (who else can say that they have The Hopewell Rocks right in their backyard?). Want the inside scoop on the best ways to enjoy it? Then Fran’s your gal. Take these pointers from her and you’re sure to have a visit you’ll never forget.

1 Time your visit. “The tide comes in twice daily, we have two highs and two lows in about 25 hours,” says Fran. “It’s approximately 6 hours per tide so you can walk on the ocean floor now and this afternoon it will be underwater, absolutely stunning.”

2 You have to see it to believe it. The term ‘flower pots’ comes from famed cartoonist Robert Ripley. “Believe it or not,” says Fran, “He was at The Hopewell Rocks in 1936, and with their rounded urn shape and vegetation on the top, he said they looked like giant flower pots.”

3 Don’t miss a chance to eat lobster. “I never, ever turn down a lobster,” says Fran. “Bay of Fundy lobster is my favourite!”

4 It’s a great honeymoon destination. “Some people have been here on their honeymoon and then their 50th Anniversary,” says Fran. “I find that you can really connect with nature, just the peace and quiet and love itself.”

5 Surround yourself with Bay of Fundy beauty. “When you get home, make it your screensaver and you’ll be happy every day,” says Fran. “Spread the news!”

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DON’T MISS TIPS FROM OUR LOCALS! Get the latest and greatest from Insiders. TourismNB.ca/InsiderFran


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THE LOCALS

Tag your favourite Bay of Fundy dish with #ExploreNB to share it with us! You can also impress your friends back home with this New Brunswick Fire-Grilled Clams recipe, care of . . . Chef Jesse

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CITY OF SAINT JOHN

THE ORIGINAL BAY OF FUNDY

HOT SPOTS

Visit Canada’s oldest farmers market in Saint John

Walk, bike or drive along the Fundy Trail, one of

where locals are ready to share stories and let you in

the last remaining stretches of coastal wilderness in

on the best eats in town. Have you ever tried our famous

North America. The view alone will earn you bragging

dulse? Pick up a bag to snack on while you stroll around

rights but telling your friends it’s the birthplace of

shopping for handmade crafts.

the Atlantic Ocean is pretty awesome, too!

FOLLOW THE FUNDY TRAIL ON TWITTER @fundytrail

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SHARE WITH US Tag your pictures and videos with

#EXPLORENB to share our Bay of Fundy natural wonders with others!


Betcha didn’t know . . .

“WOWs” INCLUDED

Set sail for an afternoon of whale-watching (the rare right whale loves to vacation here too!). Go for the total marine tour and you can add seals, seabirds, lighthouses and porpoises to your must-see list. TourismNB.ca/MarineLife

Sardine cans were invented here in 1932. Visit the Sardine Museum in Grand Manan where this collection is housed! WHALE-WATCHING, BAY OF FUNDY


FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE FESTIVALS & EVENTS ADD THEM TO YOUR CAN’T-MISS LIST! APRIL Frye Festival Moncton

MAY

Westmorland County Agricultural Fair Petitcodiac

Paddlefest NB Saint Andrews

AUGUST

JUNE

Chocolate Fest St. Stephen

Canada Day Week Celebrations Saint John

Dieppe Kite International Festival Dieppe

Moncton Highland Games & Scottish Festival Moncton

Fundy FRINGE Festival Saint John

Riverview SUNFEST Riverview

Granite Town Wild Blueberry Festival St. George

Shiretown Days Festival Dorchester

Rising Tide Festival Fundy National Park

The Seafood Festival in St. Andrews by-the-Sea Saint Andrews

Saint John Exhibition Saint John

Albert County Historical Society Quilt Show & Sale Hopewell Cape

City of Saint John

festival! CAN’T-MISS

Fire-breathers. Acrobats. Sword-swallowing contortionists. Don’t be surprised if you see them in Saint John Market Square. Remarkable performers like these meet each year to put on a show in a unique harbourside setting. Mark your calendars!

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Grand Manan Rotary Festival Grand Manan

Saint John Idol Saint John

JULY

BUSKERS ON THE BAY FESTIVAL

St. Stephen Concert Series St. Stephen

Annual Sandpiper Festival Dorchester Atlantic National Automotive Extravaganza Moncton Buskers on the Bay Festival Saint John

Salisbury Community Days Salisbury Summer End Folk Festival Grand Manan Turner’s Victoria Park Arts and Craft Fair Moncton

SEPTEMBER Sackville Fall Fair Sackville

OCTOBER

Campobello Island’s Fog Festival Campobello Island

Art Across the Marsh Sackville

Concerts in Caseley Park Riverview

Christmas Craft Show & Dessert Café Sackville

Concerts in the Park Sackville Granite Town Festival St. George Mosaïq Multicultural Festival Moncton Movies in the Park (Caseley Park) Riverview St. Martins Old Home Week St. Martins

Halloween Haunted House Tour Dorchester Indulge Saint Andrews Riverview Harvest Festival Riverview World Wine & Food Expo Moncton

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This collection features exciting must-do’s for daredevils and gentle drifters alike, alike and and some some of the best seafood in the world. Rappelling, Ziplining, nature ziplining, walking, nature or walking, or whale-watching, whale-watching, it’s all here. Grab it’s allahere. camera Grab and a camera capture a and capture colour explosion a colour at spectacular explosion at spectacular public gardens.public If you’re gardens. a If you’re a kinda hands-on hands-on person, kinda check person, out one check of ourout tours. theWater interactive you aquarium. waiting for? Water you waiting for?

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The Heritage Chocolate Walk The Chocolate Museum

Explore the sweet history of St. Stephen, home of the Ganong Brothers and the place to ‘Discover the Wonder of Chocolate.’

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Enjoy, Relax, Explore Europa Inn & Restaurant

Feast on a magnificent 5-course dining experience during your stay at this charming boutique inn, located near fine shops and a charming waterfront.

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Min. $11.95 to Max. $13.27 73 Milltown Blvd., St. Stephen chocolatemuseum.ca 506-466-7848

Starting at $56 48 King St., Saint Andrews europainn.com 506-529-3818

Search for Whales by Zodiac®

Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching and Nature Tours Inc.

Rugged beauty characterizes the shoreline as you weave through the channels of the West Isles in search of the largest mammals on earth.

Min. $45 to Max. $60 16 King St., Saint Andrews fundytiderunners.com 506-529-4481

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Cruisin’ with the Whales & Wildlife Island Quest Marine

Join Saint Andrews’ most experienced whalewatching company with a local Captain and marine biologist who will entertain and educate you on this authentic Bay of Fundy adventure!

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Tall Ship Whale Adventures Jolly Breeze

Whales plus a classic Tall Ship Experience! Marine biologist, licensed bar, touch aquarium, children’s pirate activities and more. Ahoy mate!

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Quoddy Link Marine Inc.

St. Andrews Sport Fishing Co.

Kingsbrae Garden

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

Min. $12.17 to Max. $29.95 220 King St., Saint Andrews kingsbraegarden.com 1-866-566-8687, ext. 1

Pinot and Palette with Geoff Slater Kingsbrae Garden

Our artist in residence will guide you to create your own painting, inspired by the gardens, accompanied by delicious indulgences, wine and laughter. Unleash your inner Picasso!

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$119/Sport; $250/Shark 205 Water St. (Market Wharf), Saint Andrews standrewssportfishing.com 506-529-9885

Magical Floral Carpet Ride

Your guided tour through magnificent grounds will have you rejoicing in the beauty of a garden. Enjoy afternoon tea and a special keepsake.

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Min. $38 to Max. $58 20 King St., Saint Andrews quoddylinkmarine.com 1-877-688-2600

Shark Fishing Expedition

Join Captain Chris and his shark biologists in search of the elusive sharks that inhabit the bay. Get ready to participate in tagging and releasing these amazing creatures.

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Min. $20 to Max. $60 4 King St., Saint Andrews jollybreeze.com 1-866-529-8116

Whales and Wildlife Catamaran Style

Navigate the Fundy tides on a modern, spacious power catamaran! Enjoy expert interpretation, touch tank, hot chocolate and hearty cookies as you watch for whales and other wildlife.

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Min. $38 to Max. $58 205 Water St. (Market Wharf), Saint Andrews islandquestmarine.com 1-888-252-9111

$35/person 220 King St., Saint Andrews 506-529-3335


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Tee for Two! Algonquin Resort

With champagne and strawberries on the signature 12th hole and an evening at the reimagined Algonquin Resort, this will be your most romantic game ever!

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A Taste of the Good Life Rossmount Inn

Stroll the inn’s garden alongside the chef, then savour the magic he creates with seasonal, local ingredients. Retire in an elegantly furnished room.

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Seascape Kayak Tours

Capt. Riddle’s Sea-Going Adventures

Min. $40 to Max. $55 Leonardville Wharf, Deer Island North Road Wharf, Campobello Island finback.com 1-877-FINBACK (346-2225)

Tea with Eleanor

Roosevelt Campobello International Park

Sip tea and hear stories about Eleanor Roosevelt from expert guides: her life on Campobello Island and her exceptional accomplishments. Daily (11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m.)

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$150/person 40 Northwest Harbour Branch Rd., Richardson (Deer Island) seascapekayaktours.com 1-866-747-1884

Nature, Wildlife and Scenery

An adventure full of natural wonder. Spot marine life, lighthouses and more on this whale-watching cruise in the Bay of Fundy.

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Starting at $105 4599 Route 127, Chamcook (near Saint Andrews) rossmountinn.com 506-529-3351

Touch the Ocean

Wildlife surrounds you during this Bay of Fundy kayak excursion. Explore secluded coastlines and whale feeding grounds; break for a gourmet lunch.

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$595/couple 184 Adolphus St., Saint Andrews algonquinresort.com 1-855-529-8693

$0-$14 459 Route 774, Welshpool (Campobello Island) fdr.net/tea-with-eleanor.php 1-877-851-6663

Whales of the Bay, guaranteed! Sea Watch Tours

Breathe in the fresh ocean air and feel the sunshine on your back as you cruise the open seas watching whales and wildlife.

Min. $39.82 to Max. $57.52 Seal Cove Wharf, Grand Manan seawatchtours.com 1-877-662-8552

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Whale Watching – Lots Of Whales N Seabirds Whales-n-Sails Adventure

EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE! 60’ sailing yacht – experienced marine biologist and naturalist – free fish chowder and hot drinks – dozens of whales on our doorstep . . . the ULTIMATE whale-watching experience.

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Saint John Uncorked! Uncorked Tours

Combine a sampling of some of New Brunswick’s finest wines, beer and food with a little bit of history and a whole lot of fun!

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Stonehammer Geopark

Various pricing New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square, Saint John stonehammergeopark.com 1-866-672-0770

Front Row for Buskers Buskers on the Bay Festival

Take a front row seat for a VIP Buskers experience where the performer brings your choice of element to life.

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$69/person Saint John (meet at King’s Square Bandstand) 506-324-4644

A Billion Years of Stories

Geology is pure fun at the Stonehammer Geopark. Our guides share where you can climb volcanic rocks, paddle an ice age river, dine from a geologically inspired menu and much more!

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Min. $50 to Max. $70 North Head Fishermen’s Wharf, Grand Manan 1-888-994-4044

$250/family of 4 1 Market Sq., Saint John marketsquaresj.com 506-658-3600

Harbourview and Hospitality – The Best of Saint John Hilton Saint John

Plan a stay with us for the best water view of the Bay of Fundy in the city and an engaging guided tour of the history.

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Discover Uptown Saint John New Brunswick Museum

Expert interpreters from the museum will guide your discovery of the history, architecture and landmarks in the heart of the city.

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

$249/couple 75 Smythe St., Saint John 506-694-4732

Starting at $15 1 Market Sq., Saint John nbm-mnb.ca 1-888-268-9595


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Whale of a Time at the New Brunswick Museum

Throw on a lab coat and examine real whale bones up close to discover what you have in common with these enormous mammals.

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Starting at $15 1 Market Sq., Saint John nbm-mnb.ca 1-888-268-9595

Kayak the St. Martins Sea Caves and Fundy Trail Coastline Red Rock Adventure

See the best of St. Martins by kayak, paddle with the Red Rock team around the harbour, past the Sea Caves and along the spectacular Fundy Trail coastline.

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Min. $60 to Max. $125 415 Main St., St. Martins 506-833-2231

Eat Lobster the Way it was Meant to Be Alma Lobster Shop

Enjoy freshly cooked lobsters on the shore of the Bay of Fundy. We crack them for you while you watch and offer many other Maritime favourites.

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Kayak the World’s Highest Tides FreshAir Adventure Ltd.

Explore the dramatic coastline of Fundy National Park by kayak and enjoy a remarkable, up-close view of this UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

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$69/adult; $59/child 16 Fundy View Dr., Alma freshairadventure.com 1-800-545-0020

Molly Kool Kitchen Party Fundy National Park

Be a part of this 1930’s Maritime kitchen party where laughter, dancing, music and skits featuring the community “goings-on” will immediately make you feel like family.

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Starting at $20 36 Shore Ln., Alma thankfultoo.com 506-887-1987

$4.90/person 8642 Route 114, Alma pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/fundy/ edu/mollykool.aspx 506-887-6000

Challenge Yourself at Cape Enrage Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre

Zip along the magnificent Bay of Fundy and rappel down a 43-m (140-ft.) cliff towards the rocky ocean floor. What a rush!

$45/person (zipline) 650 Cape Enrage Rd., Cape Enrage capeenrage.ca 1-888-423-5454

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Kayak the Rocks

Baymount Outdoor Adventures Inc.

You adjust your body to balance on the water at the practice session; later on your kayak skirts the world-famous ‘flowerpot’ rocks.

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Walk the Ocean Floor The Hopewell Rocks

Surround yourself with awe-inspiring rock formations as you walk the ocean floor at low tide and take in the giant “flowerpots” towering above.

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Delta Beauséjour

Magnetic Hill Winery and B&B

Free visit and tastings Picnic: $10-$15/person 860 Front Mountain Rd., Moncton magnetichillwinery.com 506-384-WINE (384-9463)

Zookeeper for a Week Magnetic Hill Zoo

Your teen will get a rare look into the world of zoo keeping and assist with the care and feeding of the animals!

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Starting at $265 750 Main St., Moncton deltabeausejour.com 506-877-7127

A Wine Lover’s Utopia

More than just a bottle of wine! Sip award-winning wines, experience the historic 1867 restored property, vineyard, licensed patio, the million-dollar view, gift shop and B&B.

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$6.42-$8.41 131 Discovery Rd., Hopewell Cape 1-877-734-3429

Fundy Foodies

The chef’s innovative menu showcases the best ingredients from local farmers, fishermen and meat producers, all within 100 miles of the restaurant.

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$59-$69 131 Discovery Rd. (The Hopewell Rocks, lower site), Hopewell Cape baymountadventures.com 1-877-601-2660

Min. $185 to Max. $230 125 Magic Mountain Rd., Moncton mhzooeducation.com 506-877-7722

Hopewell Rocks and Bay of Fundy Coastal Tour “Roads to Sea” Guided Tours

Walk along beautiful coastal trails and experience the dramatic rise and fall of the World’s Highest Tides during this informative, one of a kind, guided excursion.

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

$168/person Greater Moncton area, Moncton roadstosea.com 506-850-7623


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Full Spotlight on l’Acadie

Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site

Truly understand the story of the Acadian people with this customized tour, giving you rare insight into their history and an appreciation of today’s vibrant culture.

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Needle and Thread for the Bed Keillor House Museum and St. James Church Textile Museum

Weave new memories from New Brunswick’s 19th-century past. Use age-old practices to sew your own quilt block. Guided museum tours.

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$10-$25 480 Centrale St., Memramcook monumentlefebvre.ca 506-758-9808

Starting at $25 4974 Main St., Dorchester keillorhousemuseum.com 506-379-6633

Guided Wetlands Discovery Sackville Waterfowl Park

Discover a beautiful wetland world during this guided walk. Identify plants and animals; visit the charming downtown nearby. Snack included.

Min. $4 to Max. $6 34 Mallard Dr., Sackville sackville.com 506-364-4967

TWO RIVERS INLET, NEAR CAPE ENRAGE

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OLD RIDGE

BAYSIDE

HERITAGE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

DENNIS STREAM NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (MAXWELL CROSSING)

SAINT CROIX ISLAND INTERNATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Built in 1910, this covered bridge is 18 m (60 ft.) in length. Route 1 at St. Stephen, Route 3 north for 4.2 km (2.6 mi.), on to Maxwell Crossing Road for 1.5 km (0.9 mi.), at Old Ridge, near St. Stephen.

THINGS TO DO

Whether you’ve got a sweet tooth that needs satisfying or you’re looking for a fresh, home-style seafood meal, you can add it to today’s Fundy agenda! Driving, walking, biking or paddling – find all the ways to discover what the legendary Bay has to share. From St. Stephen all the way to Moncton, there’s a personality that the Fundy Coastal Drive will bring out in you.

OAK BAY

SAINT ANDREWS

BEACH STOPS

Saint Andrews is one of New Brunswick’s premier vacation destinations with adventures for every interest.

OAK BAY PARK BEACH Unsupervised sandy saltwater beach in sheltered tidal inlet off the St. Croix River. Change houses, washrooms, parking, food service, picnic areas and campground. 742 Route 170 506-466-4999

FOODIE STOPS TUDDENHAM FARMS

ST. STEPHEN

506-466-1840

St. Stephen is home to Ganong Bros Ltd., Canada’s oldest candy company, and is the place to “Discover the Wonder of Chocolate.”

GOLF STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS THE CHOCOLATE MUSEUM

Interpretive site commemorating the first attempt at French settlement in North America in 1604; symbolizes the founding of ‘Acadie.’ 3488 Route 127 506-636-4011

ST. STEPHEN GOLF CLUB 506-466-5336

PARK STOPS OAK BAY PARK Experience the beautiful Bay of Fundy and spend an afternoon on the sandy saltwater beach with change houses, washrooms and picnic areas. 742 Route 170 506-466-4999

FLUME RIDGE

ARTISTIC STOPS BERTHA DAY ART & CRAFT GALLERY 506-529-8837

JAREA ART STUDIO 506-529-8511

SERENDIPIN’ ART FINE ART AND CRAFT GALLERY 506-529-3327

SUNBURY SHORES ART AND NATURE CENTRE 506-529-3386

BEACH STOPS KATY’S COVE BEACH Saltwater sandy beach with washrooms, change houses and a playground and a beautiful view. 257 Acadia St. 506-529-3433

COASTAL STOPS SAINT ANDREWS MARKET WHARF 506-529-5170

Located in a former chocolate- and candy-making factory, the museum tells the story of candy-making in St. Stephen. 73 Milltown Blvd. 506-466-7848 chocolate.museum@nb.aibn.com chocolatemuseum.ca $8.50 to $30 Want the best experience? See page 27

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS GANONG NATURE PARK 506-467-9905

HERITAGE STOPS MAGAGUADAVIC RIVER NO. 7 COVERED BRIDGE (FLUME RIDGE) Built in 1905, this covered bridge is 18 m (60 ft.) in length. Route 3 near the Charlotte and York county lines, Flume Ridge Road 8.7 km (5.4 mi.), Mill Road 1 km (0.6 mi.), at Flume Falls.

DUMBARTON HERITAGE STOPS DIGDEGUASH RIVER NO. 6 COVERED BRIDGE (DUMBARTON) Built in 1928, this covered bridge is 23 m (76 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 25, Route 127 North 19.3 km (12 mi.), onto Tyron Road.

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FOODIE STOPS EUROPA INN & RESTAURANT

Want the best experience? See page 27

ST. ANDREWS FARMERS’ MARKET 506-747-2399


THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

GOLF STOPS ALGONQUIN GOLF COURSE

199 Carriage Rd. 506-529-5081 tours@ministersisland.net ministersisland.net $10

ROSS MEMORIAL MUSEUM

Situated on the shores of beautiful Passamaquoddy Bay, this signature 18-hole course, designed by award-winning architect Thomas McBroom, combines unsurpassed course design, conditioning and 5-star service. 465 Brandy Cove Rd. 506-529-8165/1-855-529-8693 jason.porter@algonquinresort.com algonquinresort.com/golf $40 to $105 Want the best experience? See page 29

HERITAGE STOPS

The Ross Memorial Museum displays an excellent decorative arts collection from around the world in one of Saint Andrews’ most beautiful historic houses. 188 Montague St., NB E5B 1J2 506-529-5124 rossmuse@nb.aibn.com rossmemorialmuseum.ca

SHERIFF ANDREWS HOUSE

Enjoy the Serenity of the Past with the Conveniences of Today Located in Historic St. Andrews by-theSea, this former estate of Sir Charles Tupper and the Rt. Honourable C.D. Howe is a delightfully private retreat

Tara Manor Inn

CHARLOTTE COUNTY ARCHIVES, THE OLD GAOL AND THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY COURTHOUSE

559 Mowat Drive, St. Andrews, NB E5B 2P2 Visit Us Online: TaraManor.ca

Phone: 506-529-3304

Toll Free: 800-691-Tara (8272) Email: ContactUs@TaraManor.ca

ST. ANDREWS HISTORIC DISTRICT NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Heritage buildings dating back to the 1800s. Guided tours of the courthouse and gaol, historical walking tours and evening ghost walks. 123 Frederick St. 506-529-4248 contact@ccarchives.ca ccarchives.ca

The warm interior of this 1820 neo-classical-style home immerses you in the daily life of the Andrews’ family. 63 King St. 506-529-5080 townofstandrews.ca/subcontents.php?id=7&sid=28

ST. ANDREWS BLOCKHOUSE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Founded in 1783 by Loyalists from Maine, Saint Andrews has over 140 heritage buildings, many marked with descriptive plaques. Self-guided and guided tours. 24 Reed Ave. 506-529-3556

NATURE STOPS KINGSBRAE GARDEN

MINISTERS ISLAND

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE The former summer home of railroad builder, Sir William Van Horne. Visit the 50 room ‘summer cottage,’ the bathhouse on the shoreline and tour one of the largest barns you will ever see.

Built during the War of 1812, today contains elements of the oldest blockhouse in New Brunswick. 23 Joes Point Rd. 506-529-4270/1-888-773-8888 info.martello@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/nb/standrews/index.aspx $1.90

An enchanting 11-ha (27-acre) horticultural masterpiece. Stroll through themed gardens with over 50,000 perennials, shrubs and trees. 220 King St. 506-529-3335/1-866-566-8687 kgoffice@kingsbraegarden.com kingsbraegarden.com $12 to $38 Want the best experience? See page 28

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PAGAN POINT NATURE PRESERVE 12-ha (30-acre) preserve located within Saint Andrews on Passamaquoddy Bay. Numerous walking and sightseeing opportunities. Salt Marsh Road 506-457-2398

WILDLIFE STOPS FUNDY TIDE RUNNERS WHALE WATCHING AND NATURE TOURS INC.

JOLLY BREEZE TALL SHIP WHALE ADVENTURES

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS NAVY ISLAND DIVE CO. LTD. 506-529-4555

OFF-KILTER BIKING TOURS Join us aboard one of our two 8-m (25-ft.) Zodiacs™ as we safely explore the Bay of Fundy for whales and other marine wildlife. 16 King St. 506-529-4481/506-469-4879 contact@fundytiderunners.com fundytiderunners.com $45 to $60 Join the Off-Kilter gang for a mountain bike tour around Saint Andrews while wearing a handmade kilt! Moderate to expert rides available. 18 King St. 506-466-8388 kurt@offkilterbike.com offkilterbike.com $60 to $120

Want the best experience? See page 27

See whales, seals, porpoises and eagles of the Bay of Fundy. Biologist guide, licensed bar, washroom, pirate costumes, face painting, touch aquarium! 4 King St., Saint Andrews Wharf 506-529-8116/1-866-529-8116 JollyBreeze@hotmail.com JollyBreeze.com $20 to $60 Want the best experience? See page 28

QUODDY LINK MARINE INC.

HUNTSMAN FUNDY DISCOVERY AQUARIUM

SPEARS’ FISHING & CHARTER

See fascinating creatures that inhabit the Bay of Fundy. 7.62 m (25 ft.) tidal display, gigantic touch pool, seals, seahorses, salmon, lumpfish and much more. 1 Lower Campus Rd., Marine Science Drive 506-529-1200 huntsman@huntsmanmarine.ca huntsmanmarine.ca/aquarium $9.75 to $14 Lobster fishing educational demonstration, whale-watching, diving, rod-and-reel fishing, lobster dinners and tours aboard an authentic year round working fishing vessel. Experience the best of the Bay of Fundy. 12 King St. 506-467-7537 spearsfishingcharters@gmail.com spearsfishingandcharter.com $10 to $320

ISLAND QUEST MARINE

Saint Andrews’ most experienced whale-watcher. Your best opportunity to sight whales and wildlife and here is why. The catamaran design is known for its stability and being the second fastest next to the Zodiacs™. Intersection of Water and King Streets, right of the Public Wharf 506-529-2600/1-877-688-2600 info@quoddylinkmarine.com quoddylinkmarine.com $28 to $58 Want the best experience? See page 28

CHAMCOOK FOODIE STOPS ROSSMOUNT INN

Want the best experience? See page 29

ST. ANDREWS SPORT FISHING CO. 506-529-9885 Want the best experience? See page 28

A truly exhilarating wildlife and whale-watching adventure aboard custom-built cruiser, M. V. Island Quest. Spacious seating and refreshments make a great experience. 205 Water St. 506-529-9885/1-888-252-9111 info@islandquestmarine.com islandquestmarine.com $38 to $58 Want the best experience? See page 28

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WILDLIFE STOPS

CANAL

WILD SALMON NATURE CENTRE

HERITAGE STOPS CANAL COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1917, this covered bridge is 38 m (123 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 56, Route 172 West 0.7 km (0.4 mi.), Main Street 2.7 km (1.6 mi.), Route 770 North 2.3 km (1.4 mi.), Canal Road 1.5 km (0.9 mi.), near St. George. Explore the mysteries surrounding the wild Atlantic salmon and efforts to restore it to its natural habitat. Enjoy nearby interpretive nature trails. 24 Chamcook Lake No. 1 Rd. 506-529-1384/506-467-5314 mwobma@asf.ca wildsalmonnaturecentre.ca $3 to $17

ST. GEORGE St. George is where the river meets the sea, old meets new, and visitors always meet a friendly welcome!

BEACH STOPS ST. GEORGE – CANAL BEACH

BOCABEC NATURE STOPS CAUGHEY-TAYLOR NATURE PRESERVE (SAM ORR POND)

Unsupervised freshwater sandy beach with washrooms, canteen, volleyball and parking. On the outskirts of St. George, Canal Road 506-755-4320

FOODIE STOPS GRANITE TOWN FARMS

Explore the trails of this biologically rich and diverse coastal habitat to view Acadian coastal forest, saltwater marshes and Passamaquoddy Bay. Birch Cove 506-457-2398

Manor Road 506-755-4320/1-866-333-8639 info@town.stgeorge.nb.ca town.stgeorge.nb.ca

ROLLINGDAM HERITAGE STOPS DIGDEGUASH RIVER NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (MCCANN) Built in 1938, this covered bridge is 26 m (86 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 25, Route 127 North 10.5 km (6.5 mi.), Route 770 East.

ELMSVILLE HERITAGE STOPS

Taste and learn about the northern wild blueberry. Shop our Wild Gift Shoppe for gourmet wild blueberry products, wild blueberry wine and pottery. 151 Brunswick St. 506-755-6314/1-866-660-9453 marketing@wildblueberry.ca wildblueberry.ca $15

PARK STOPS ST. GEORGE FALLS

NATURE STOPS DUCKS UNLIMITED WALKING TRAIL Once called First Falls; original name of St. George. View the falls, gorge, eagles and Atlantic salmon (seasonal) where fresh water meets the Bay. Brunswick Street 506-755-4320 info@town.stgeorge.nb.ca town.stgeorge.nb.ca

DIGDEGUASH RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (MCGUIRE) Built in 1913, this covered bridge is 35 m (115 ft.) in length. Route 1 at Bethel, onto Route 760 North 14.8 km (9.2 mi.), near St. George.

This 15- to 20-minute walking trail leads you on a scenic hike through marshes and wetlands along the lovely Magaguadavic River. Wildlife viewing.

WILDLIFE STOPS EAGLE’S NEST LOOKOUT 506-755-4320

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BEACH STOPS

Drive to the

DAi ly !

beaches & vistas

Tea with Eleanor limited seating Reserve online

that the Roosevelts so loved

• 34-room Cottage • 2,800-acre nature park: drive, bike, hike, picnic • The Fireside restaurant • Daily 9-5 EDT, 10-6 ADT May 28–Oct 15

“#1 Attraction in New Brunswick” —Trip Advisor

Roosevelt Campobello International Park New Brunswick, Canada, across the bridge from Lubec, Maine 877-851-6663

UTOPIA

fdr.net

FERRIES LETETE – DEER ISLAND FERRY

GOLF STOPS ST. GEORGE GOLF COURSE

506-755-2893

LETETE

Operated by Coastal Transport year round on the Passamaquoddy Bay between Letete on Route 172 and Deer Island on Route 772. coastal1@nbnet.nb.ca coastaltransport.ca

COASTAL STOPS

DEER ISLAND

GREEN’S POINT LIGHTSTATION (LETETE PASSAGE)

Drive aboard the ferry at Letete to Deer Island, where the tides of the Bay of Fundy create unlimited adventure.

Established in 1879. Octagonal wooden tower. Museum, picnic tables and bathroom on site, as well as fantastic views. 185 Greens Point Rd. 506-755-3630

ARTISTIC STOPS FIREBALL GALLERY & STUDIO 506-747-2009

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FERRIES DEER ISLAND – CAMPOBELLO ISLAND FERRY

Privately operated ferry from Deer Island to Campobello, and Deer Island to Eastport, Maine; operates during the summer months. Deer Island Point Road, Lords Cove 1-877-747-2159/506-747-2159 info@eastcoastferries.nb.ca eastcoastferriesltd.com $4 to $30

NATURE STOPS CLARK GREGORY NATURE PRESERVE Multiple-trail system through diverse forest ecosystems and an active fishing wharf on Deer Island, offering hiking challenges and breathtaking views. Route 772, Chocolate Cove 506-457-2398

The largest tidal whirlpool in the western hemisphere can be seen three hours prior to high tide from Deer Island Point Park. Route 1, Exit 56, onto Route 172 to Letete. Take the toll-free ferry to Deer Island (ferry interruption: 1-888-747-7006) onto Route 772, Fairhaven.

MASCARENE TOPSAIL CANVAS

Discovery beaches provide hours of beachcombing for driftwood, shells and rocks. Route 1, Exit 56, onto Route 172 to Letete. Take the toll-free ferry to Deer Island (ferry interruption: 1-888-747-7006) onto Route 772, Fairhaven.

OLD SOW WHIRLPOOL

506-755-3391

ARTISTIC STOPS

CUMMINGS COVE, ENGLISH’S BAR, STUART TOWN BEACHES

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS COJO DIVING

Guided SCUBA diving on Deer Island for divers of all skill levels. Spectacular marine life and great underwater photography!


THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE 195 Deer Island Point Rd., Cummings Cove 1-855-646-2656 sales@cojodiving.com cojodiving.com $125

GOLF STOPS HERRING COVE PROVINCIAL GOLF CLUB

ROOSEVELT CAMPOBELLO INTERNATIONAL PARK

SEASCAPE KAYAK TOURS INC.

506-747-1884 Want the best experience? See page 29

CAMPOBELLO ISLAND

FRIAR’S BAY STUDIO GALLERY

9 holes. Provincial course; daily green fees, clubhouse, restaurant, golf carts, driving range, showers, pro shop, putting green and lessons. 136 Herring Cove Rd., Welshpool 506-752-7041/1-800-561-0123 herringc@gnb.ca golfnb.ca/golf-courses/saint-john-a-south-west/ herring-cove-provincial-park-golf-club $22 to $35

BEACH STOPS

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

CAMPOBELLO ISLAND BEACHES (DUNN, FRIAR’S BAY, RACCOON, HERRING COVE, MILL COVE)

FUNDAY PASSENGER FERRY (BOAT TOURS)

Visit the Roosevelt Campobello International Park and the Herring Cove Provincial Park (camping, RV sites, and a 9-hole scenic golf course).

ARTISTIC STOPS 575-267-2450

Explore the impressive 34-room Roosevelt summer home, take a guided tour of the grounds, enjoy flower gardens, scenic trails and seascape lookouts, wildlife, picnic areas. New! The Fireside restaurant. 459 Route 774, Welshpool 506-752-2922/1-877-851-6663 info@fdr.net fdr.net Want the best experience? See page 29

WILDLIFE STOPS CAPT. RIDDLE’S SEA GOING ADVENTURES

506-752-2009

Dunn, Friar’s Bay, Raccoon (smooth, sandy, trail). Herring Cove (mile-long, sand and pebble beach, playgrounds, picnic areas). Mill Cove (pebbled, sandy bar). 506-752-2300

ISLAND DISCOVERY TOURS

HERRING COVE PROVINCIAL PARK BEACH

HERRING COVE PROVINCIAL PARK

506-752-1901

PARK STOPS

506-752-7010

Go for a total marine experience. Whale-watching, deep-sea fishing and combo tours – the most to see and do on any boat tour. 727 Friars Bay Beach, Welshpool 506-752-2009/1-877-346-2225 capnriddle@yahoo.ca finback.com $40 to $60 Want the best experience? See page 29

COASTAL STOPS HEAD HARBOUR LIGHTSTATION (EAST QUODDY HEAD LIGHTSTATION) PROVINCIAL HERITAGE SITE (Est. 1829) Second-oldest lighthouse in New Brunswick. Active. Original wooden tower. Classified heritage site. Accessible by foot at low tide. 210 Lighthouse Rd., Wilsons Beach 506-752-2454

MULHOLLAND POINT LIGHTHOUSE (Est. 1885). Original octagonal, wooden tower. Part of the Roosevelt Campobello International Park on Campobello Island. 459 Route 774, Welshpool 506-752-2922

An island retreat; beach, camping, hiking trails (some of which were used by the Roosevelt family), golf, kayaking, whale-watching and birdwatching. 136 Herring Cove Rd., Welshpool 506-752-7010/1-800-561-0123 herringc@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca

ISLAND CRUISES WHALE-WATCHING

FERRIES DEER ISLAND – CAMPOBELLO ISLAND FERRY See details under Deer Island.

Join the Campobello Whale Rescue Team for an exciting whale-watching cruise. See whales, seals and seabirds on the Bay of Fundy. 2295 Route 774, Wilsons Beach 506-752-1107/1-888-249-4400 islcrus@nb.aibn.com bayoffundywhales.com $40 to $50

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GRAND MANAN ISLAND Discover solitary beaches, hiking trails, birdwatching, whale-watching, kayaking, bicycling, lighthouses, rugged cliffs, museums, scenic fishing villages.

506-662-3724/1-855-882-1978 (in-province only) coastal1@nbnet.nb.ca coastaltransport.ca

FOODIE STOPS GRAND MANAN FARMERS MARKET gpidduck@live.ca

ARTISTIC STOPS GRAND MANAN ART GALLERY 506-662-3662

136 Anchorage Rd. 506-662-7022/1-800-561-0123 anchoragepark@hotmail.com parcsnbparks.ca $25 to $39

HERITAGE STOPS GRAND MANAN MUSEUM

WILDLIFE STOPS GRAND MANAN WHALE AND SEABIRD RESEARCH STATION 506-662-3804

SEA WATCH TOURS

BEACH STOPS GRAND MANAN BEACHES (THE ANCHORAGE PARK, CASTALIA PARK, DARK HARBOUR, DEEP COVE, NORTH HEAD, SEAL COVE) Enjoy the quiet solitude of Grand Manan’s beaches. Excellent location for viewing birds, beachcombing, swimming and sunning. 1-888-525-1655

COASTAL STOPS LONG EDDY POINT LIGHTHOUSE (“THE WHISTLE”) (Est. 1873). One of the best places on Grand Manan to watch the sunset; view whales, porpoises and seabirds feeding. Trails. 436 Whistle Rd. 1-888-525-1655

SOUTHWEST HEAD LIGHTHOUSE Whales, porpoises, seabirds and spectacular sunsets can be seen from the towering rock cliffs guarded by the lighthouse. Hiking trails with scenic views. 2571 Route 776 1-888-525-1655

SWALLOWTAIL LIGHTSTATION Est. 1860, altered in 1980 and restored in 2013/14, this historic, wooden lighthouse is the perfect setting for photographers, artists and sightseers. 50 Lighthouse Rd.

FERRIES BLACKS HARBOUR – GRAND MANAN ISLAND FERRY See details under Blacks Harbour.

GRAND MANAN ISLAND – WHITE HEAD ISLAND FERRY

Community owned museum housing 18 permanent exhibits that reflect the island’s fishery and its navigational, cultural and natural science history. 1141 Route 776 506-662-3524 gmadmin@grandmananmuseum.ca grandmananmuseum.ca $3 to $5

Join us aboard the Day’s Catch for an unforgettable encounter with the whales and birds of the bay. Whales GUARANTEED or your tour is FREE! S.C. Breakwater Road, Seal Cove Wharf 506-662-8552/1-877-662-8552 info@seawatchtours.com seawatchtours.com $45 to $65 Want the best experience? See page 29

NATURE STOPS

WHALES-N-SAILS ADVENTURE

GRAND MANAN NATURE PRESERVES – RED TRAIL SYSTEM Three nature preserves which encompass parts of the Red Trail, a 17-km (10.5-mi) long trail system that runs along the coast of the island. Grand Manan Island 506-457-2398

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS TOP OF THE ISLAND BOAT TOURS

506-662-3152

Enjoy the quiet power of the wind aboard our large, comfortable sailing yacht. Grand Manan Island is the best place to see whales – lots of whales! Route 776, Fishermen’s Wharf, North Head 506-662-1999/1-888-994-4044 info@whales-n-sails.com whales-n-sails.com $50 to $70

THE ANCHORAGE PROVINCIAL PARK

Want the best experience? See page 30

506-660-1122

PARK STOPS HOLE-IN-THE-WALL PARK

BLACKS HARBOUR Small, friendly fishing village on the world-famous waters of the Bay of Fundy. Featuring stunning ocean views and the Connors Bros. Nature Preserve at Pea Point. Toll-free service. White Head Island is accessible several times a day from Grand Manan Island at Ingalls Head. Crossing: 20 minutes.

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With picturesque campgrounds, hiking and cycling trails, you will be able to learn about the geology and wildlife of the Island.

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca


THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

FERRIES BLACKS HARBOUR – GRAND MANAN ISLAND FERRY

NEW RIVER BEACH

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS CHANCE HARBOUR NATURE SPA

PARK STOPS NEW RIVER BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

Toll. Operated by Coastal Transport Limited, from late June to early September. Blacks Harbour, Route 1, Exit 60, onto Route 176, to North Head, Grand Manan Island, Route 776. 633 Wallace Cove Rd. 506-662-3724/1-855-882-1978 coastal1@nbnet.nb.ca coastaltransport.ca $7.50

NATURE STOPS CONNORS BROS. NATURE PRESERVE AT PEA POINT Coastal nature preserve near Blacks Harbour on the Bay of Fundy. Many natural and geological features as well as a lighthouse lit in 1878. Wallace Cove Road 506-457-2398

BEAVER HARBOUR HERITAGE STOPS BEAVER HARBOUR ARCHIVES & MUSEUM

Campground and park featuring many recreational activities and coastal nature trails; picnic areas, sandy beach, volleyball court, playground, boardwalk, kayaking and canoeing. Wildlife viewing. 78 New River Beach Rd. 506-755-4046/1-800-561-0123 newriver@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $6 to $10

LITTLE LEPREAU

Let the beauty and healing power of the Bay of Fundy’s tides and fresh sea air, combined with our special treatments, restore you, naturally. 110 Cranberry Head Rd. 506-659-6060/514-983-3666 info@spachanceharbour.com spachanceharbour.com $40 to $299

PRINCE OF WALES NATURE STOPS MUSQUASH ESTUARY COASTAL TRAILS

HERITAGE STOPS LITTLE LEPREAU RIVER NO. 1.5 COVERED BRIDGE (MILL POND) Built in 1910, this covered bridge is 32 m (105 ft.) in length. Route 1, Route 790 South 7 km (4.3 mi.), onto Little Lepreau Road, near Lepreau.

DIPPER HARBOUR OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS EASTERN OUTDOORS

Experience stunning views while exploring the mossy coastal forest, rocky beaches and marshes of the Musquash Estuary. Managed by the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Route 1 506-450-6010/1-877-231-4400

506-529-4662

CHANCE HARBOUR Discover the history of the sardine industry, founding families and over 250 artefacts housed in an airport building from the Second World War. 18 Quaker Ln. 506-456-3087/506-754-1884 jhawkins2013@rogers.com sites.google.com/site/beaverharbourventuresltd

SEELEYS COVE

NATURE STOPS BELDING’S REEF NATURE PRESERVE Rugged, undeveloped coastline with shale and sandstone cliffs. Explore via the easy on-site trail. Spectacular Bay of Fundy views. Chance Harbour Road 506-457-2398

ARTISTIC STOPS HELEN STANLEY POTTERY 506-755-2030

NEW RIVER BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK, NEW RIVER BEACH

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CITY OF

SAINT JOHN

URBAN ADVENTURE ON THE BAY

Saint John is the only city on the Bay of Fundy, which makes it the perfect home base for a Fundy Coastal Drive adventure. After experiencing the world’s highest tides, turn your attention to the city. From charming boutiques and galleries, to cosy pubs and contemporary bistros, there are as many excuses to avoid calling it a night as there are reasons to return. And as Canada’s oldest incorporated city, Saint John boasts charming historic streets and unspoiled historical treasures. 506-658-2855/1-866-463-8639 l visitsj@discoversaintjohn.com l discoversaintjohn.com l

ARTISTIC STOPS

IMPERIAL THEATRE

ART IN PUBLIC PLACES SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOUR

1 Market Sq. 506-658-3600 info@hardmangroup.ca marketsquaresj.com

PETER BUCKLAND GALLERY 506-693-9721

SAINT JOHN ARTS CENTRE 506-633-4870

THIRD SPACE GALLERY

Learn about the pieces, the artists who created them and visit numerous art galleries. Guides can be picked up at the Visitor Information Centres. 15 Market Sq., City Hall 506-658-2855/1-866-463-8639 visitsj@discoversaintjohn.com discoversaintjohn.com

An original vaudeville theatre, this world-class performing arts facility has been restored to its original splendour, and celebrated its 100th anniversary in September, 2013. 24 King Sq., South 506-674-4100/1-800-323-7469 imperial@nbnet.nb.ca imperialtheatre.nb.ca $10 to $85

506-696-0862

TRINITY GALLERIES 506-634-1611

BEACH STOPS SAINT JOHN BEACHES

MARKET SQUARE FUNDY GALLERY OF ART 506-652-1409

New Brunswick’s Festival Place welcomes you to enjoy a taste of Market Square’s finest as you shop, eat and play. Check out our events calendar!

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Saint John boasts several public beaches. Supervised freshwater beaches include Lily Lake, Fisher Lakes, Lakewood Reservoir and Dominion Park. 506-658-2855/1-866-463-8639 visitsj@discoversaintjohn.com discoversaintjohn.com


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ENTERTAINMENT STOPS BUSKERS ON THE BAY FESTIVAL Want the best experience? See page 30

FERRIES SAINT JOHN-DIGBY FERRY (BAY FERRIES LTD.) 506-649-7777

3-139 Leinster St. 506-324-4644/506-324-4644 Gill@UncorkedNB.com UncorkedNB.com $50 to $250 Want the best experience? See page 30

GOLF STOPS ROCKWOOD PARK GOLF COURSE

FOODIE STOPS

506-634-0090

QUEEN SQUARE FARMERS MARKET

HERITAGE STOPS BARBOUR’S GENERAL STORE MUSEUM

Open air market in the south end of the beautiful Port City, a place where local farmers, food vendors and artists can showcase their offerings. Queen Square queensquarefm@gmail.com

SAINT JOHN CITY MARKET

Authentic 19th-century general store restored by the G. E. Barbour Company in 1967. Come reserve your Saint John tours with us and browse great New Brunswick merchandise. 10 Market Sq. 506-324-4644/1-866-GO-FUNDY barboursgeneralstore@uncorkednb.com

CARLETON MARTELLO TOWER NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Canada’s oldest continuing farmer’s market! Visit merchants displaying local produce, artists at work or one of the many eateries. 47 Charlotte St. 506-658-2820 city.market@saintjohn.ca sjcitymarket.ca

UNCORKED TOURS

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE At a glance, Carleton Martello Tower may look like a stone and mortar stronghold, like a pretty serious symbol of Canadian history. But never judge a fortress by its cover. 454 Whipple St. 506-636-4011/1-888-773-8888 fundy.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/nb/carleton/index.aspx $1.90 to $9.80

HILTON SAINT JOHN

Want the best experience? See page 30

Winery tours from Saint John, Moncton and Fredericton, New Brunswick. Join us for tours, tastings, and events across the province.

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SAINT JOHN

NO. 2 ENGINE HOUSE/SAINT JOHN FIREFIGHTERS MUSEUM

SAINT JOHN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

506-633-1840

SAINT JOHN’S HISTORIC SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOURS

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM

Three individually designed self-guided walking tours that allow you to experience Saint John’s history and beautiful architecture. 15 Market Sq. 506-658-2855/1-866-463-8639 visitsj@discoversaintjohn.com discoversaintjohn.com

Established in 1883, the Saint John Free Public Library offers seasonal children’s programs, computer access, genealogy research and reference centre. 1 Market Sq. 506-643-7236 sjfpl@gnb.ca saintjohnlibrary.ca

SAINT JOHN JEWISH HISTORICAL MUSEUM

A full-size right whale, a geological trail through time, lumbering and shipbuilding history, exquisite furnishings and artworks. 1 Market Sq. 506-643-2300/1-888-268-9595 NBM-MNB@nbm-mnb.ca nbm-mnb.ca $4 to $17 See and hear the Saint John Jewish story from 1783 to the present day in a beautiful Victorian mansion which is home to both Museum and Synagogue. 91 Leinster St. 506-633-1833 sjjhm@nbnet.nb.ca jewishmuseumsj.com $5 to $50

Want the best experience? See pages 30 & 31

THE LOYALIST HOUSE 506-652-3590

THE OLD (LOYALIST) BURIAL GROUNDS

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Commonly known as the Loyalist Burial Ground, the earliest gravestone is dated 1784. Granite pathways, historic style lamps and a unique fountain. King’s Square 506-658-2855/1-866-463-8639

NATURE STOPS BLUEBERRY HILL NATURE PRESERVE Conserved by the Nature Trust of New Brunswick, this preserve features 2 km (1.2 mi) of trails and lookouts with views of Grand Bay. 3700 Westfield Rd. 506-457-2398

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THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE REVERSING RAPIDS

ROYAL KENNEBECASIS YACHT CLUB 506-632-0186

SAINT JOHN ADVENTURES INC. 506-634-9477

PARK STOPS HARBOUR PASSAGE

A unique phenomenon of whirlpools and rapids created by the collision of the Bay of Fundy’s monstrous tides and the mighty Saint John River. Fallsview Avenue 506-658-2855/1-866-463-8639 visitsj@discoversaintjohn.com discoversaintjohn.com

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS GO FUNDY EVENTS

Guided adventures on the Historic Saint John River. Kayak tours, outdoor programs and customized group travel for all ages and activity levels. 712 Dominion Park Rd. West 506-672-0770/1-866-672-0770 info@gofundyevents.com gofundyevents.com $60 to $199

Witness the highest tides in the world and enjoy spectacular views of Saint John Harbour and its working port. 1 Market Sq. 506-674-4278 info@sjwaterfront.com sjwaterfront.com

Hardings Point Campground Inc.

Saint John’s Closest Waterfront Park!

MARITIME DAYTRIPPING INC.

Pets & Big Rigs Welcome

Hardings Point New Brunswick, Canada

hardingspointcampground.com We provide rentals, equipment and guiding for rock climbing, Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP), nordic walking, biking, hiking, pond hockey, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, geo-caching, canoeing, kayaking and pedal-boating. 55 Lake Dr. South 506-657-8747 info@daytrippingnb.com daytrippingnb.com $15

Reservations by phone only: 506-763-2517 May – September

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ROCKWOOD PARK

506-658-2855

STONEHAMMER GEOPARK

SAINT JOHN

IRVING NATURE PARK

STATION 1 SKATEBOARD PARK

Fun outdoor adventure that is never out of season! Swimming, supervised sandy beach, washrooms, food service, golf, canoeing, camping and more. 10 Fisher Lakes Dr. 506-658-2883 recandparks@saintjohn.ca rockwoodpark.ca

In North America’s first and only geopark, supported by UNESCO, you will experience and learn about our geology, society and culture through amazing activities in southern New Brunswick. 1 Market Sq. 506-672-0770/1-866-672-0770 wanda@stonehammergeopark.com stonehammergeopark.com $5 to $75 Want the best experience? See page 30

Enjoy hiking, walking, biking or driving this 243-ha (600-acre) park on the beautiful Bay of Fundy Coast. Woodlands and aquatic wildlife inhabit six distinct ecosystems all within the park. Sand Cove Road 506-653-7367 naturepark@jdirving.com jdirving.com/environment.aspx?id=314& ekmensel=8_submenu_106_btnlink

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THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE WOLASTOQ PARK

BEACH STOPS FUNDY TRAIL BEACHES (BIG SALMON RIVER, MELVIN AND PANGBURN) Pristine beaches along the awe-inspiring Fundy Trail with stretches of sand and cobbled stone, accessible by trails and footpaths, and lined with dramatic cliffs and rock formations. 3 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019

LONG BEACH – FUNDY TRAIL Take an educational tour of statues of prominent figures in the city’s history while enjoying breathtaking views of both the inner harbour and Reversing Rapids. 228 Lancaster Ave. 506-632-4133 honeyman.kelly@jdirving.com

WILDLIFE STOPS CHERRY BROOK ZOO

New Brunswick’s newest beach – spectacular tidal beach with sand stretching for 2.5 km (1.6 mi.). In the heart of the Fundy Trail. Unsupervised. Picnic shelters and washrooms. 1100 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019/1-866-386-3987 info@fundytrailparkway.com fundytrailparkway.com $6 to $50

MAC’S BEACH Home to over 35 species of exotic and endangered animals, as well as the Vanished Kingdom’s Trail of Regret and Endangered Species Awareness Centre and 18-hole miniature golf course. 901 Foster Thurston Dr. 506-634-1440/506-643-8523 noahsark@bellaliant.net cherrybrookzoo.com $4.50 to $23

TYNEMOUTH CREEK

Unsupervised beach in St. Martins; 5-km (3-mi.) strip of sand and gravel bordering Quaco Bay. Food service. Off Route 111 506-833-2010

COASTAL STOPS QUACO HEAD LIGHTHOUSE (Est. 1855) Altered in 1966 and 1976. Active. Square concrete building and tower. Route 111 to St. Martins, West Quaco Road, turn left on Lighthouse Road. 506-833-2010

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FOODIE STOPS ST. MARTINS FARMERS MARKET

HERITAGE STOPS

506-833-2220

TYNEMOUTH CREEK COVERED BRIDGE

HERITAGE STOPS

Built in 1927, this covered bridge is 29 m (94 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 137A-B, Route 111 East 27.3 km (16.9 mi.), Route 825 South 1.6 km (0.9 mi.), Tynemouth Creek Road 3.5 km (2.1 mi.), near St. Martins.

FUNDY TRAIL INTERPRETIVE CENTRE

ST. MARTINS

1-506-887-6000 fundy.info@canada.ca parkscanada.gc.ca/fundy

Once a shipbuilding centre, this gateway to the Fundy Trail is famous for its red cliffs, caves and birdwatching activities. Features natural and local history from the time when the region was a prosperous lumber and shipbuilding centre. Daily programs and guided walks available.

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1100 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019/1-866-386-3987 info@fundytrailparkway.com fundytrailparkway.com $6 to $50

3 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019/1-866-386-3987 info@fundytrailparkway.com fundytrailparkway.com $6 to $50

HARDSCRABBLE NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (IRISH RIVER NO. 2)

FUNDY TRAIL MULTI-USE TRAIL

ANAGANCE WILDLIFE STOPS FUNDY BIOSPHERE RESERVE

Built in 1946, this covered bridge is 22 m (72 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 137A-B, Route 111 East 39.2 km (24.3 mi.) to St. Martins, onto Main Street.

QUACO MUSEUM, ARCHIVES AND LIBRARY

506-833-2006

Discover the amazing places of the Fundy Biosphere Reserve during a guided tour or go off the beaten path to explore. 36 Whitfield Rd. 506-874-3272

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

PETITCODIAC

RED ROCK ADVENTURE

A pleasant example of a small town which offers unique shopping and an 18-hole golf course.

506-833-2019

ST. MARTINS SEA CAVES

506-833-2231 Want the best experience? See page 31

RIVER BAY ADVENTURES 506-663-9530

Exhibits illustrate 1800’s shipbuilding on the beaches that launched over 500 wooden ships. Learn about shipbuilders, sea captains and their wives. 236 Main St. 506-833-4740/506-644-9767 ericb@nb.aibn.com quaco.ca

VAUGHAN CREEK COVERED BRIDGE (IRISH RIVER NO. 1) Built in 1935, this covered bridge is 22 m (72 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 137A-B, Route 111 East 39.2 km (24.3 mi.) to St. Martins, to Main Street 2.3 km (1.4 mi.), onto Bayview Road.

NATURE STOPS BIG SALMON RIVER NO. 1 (FOOTBRIDGE) Built in 1974, this footbridge is 84 m (275 ft.) in length. 1100 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019

FUNDY FOOTPATH A challenging, 41-km (25.5-mi.) wilderness trail that hugs the coastline from Big Salmon River to Fundy National Park. All hikers required to register. 1100 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019

FUNDY TRAIL

UPPER WARDS CREEK HERITAGE STOPS

506-756-8129

HERITAGE STOPS MARITIME MOTORSPORTS HALL OF FAME

Built in 1909, this covered bridge is 18 m (59 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 198, Route 111 South 10.8 km (6.7 mi.), Wards Creek Road 1.8 km (1 mi.), near Sussex Corner.

WATERFORD HERITAGE STOPS TROUT CREEK NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (URNEY) Built in 1905, this covered bridge is 20 m (66 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 198, Route 111 South 4.2 km (2.6 mi.), Dutch Valley Road – Waterford Road – 5.5 km (3.4 mi.), onto Urney Road, near Sussex Corner.

TROUT CREEK NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (MOORES MILLS) Built in 1923, this covered bridge is 18 m (59 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 198, Route 111 South 4.2 km (2.6 mi.), Dutch Valley Road – Waterford Road – 8 km (5 mi.), onto Drummond Road, near Sussex Corner.

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PETITCODIAC VALLEY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

WARDS CREEK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (MACFARLANE)

SOUTH BRANCH (KINGS COUNTY)

A stunning 19-km (11.8-mi.) coastal drive, 10-km (10.2-mi) multi-use trail and footpaths, 20 lookouts, Long Beach (new for 2016), suspension bridge and Interpretive Centre.

GOLF STOPS

KENNEBECASIS RIVER NO. 23 COVERED BRIDGE (MALONE) Built in 1911, this covered bridge is 18 m (58 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 211, Route 114 South 5.8 km (3.6 mi.), Goshen Road 7.2 km (4.4 mi.).

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

The only motorsports hall of fame and museum in the Maritime provinces, housing all types of motor vehicles. 5 Hooper Ln. 506-756-2110 maritimemotorsports@gmail.com maritimemotorsporthalloffame.com $5

RIVER GLADE HERITAGE STOPS PETITCODIAC RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (HASTY) Built in 1931, this covered bridge is 38 m (123 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 239, Route 106 North 4.5 km (2.8 mi.), onto Powers Pit Road.


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COLPITTS SETTLEMENT HERITAGE STOPS COVERDALE RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (COLPITTS, BRAMFORD) Built in 1943, this covered bridge is 31 m (100 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 433, Route 112 South 5 km (3 mi.), C Route 895 South 5.2 km (3.2 mi.), onto Colpitts Road, M near Salisbury. Y

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ALMA, CANNONTOWN, HERRING COVE AND POINT WOLFE BEACHES

Unsupervised saltwater beaches, interpretation and picnic areas. Heated saltwater pool. Explore the ocean floor and discover a world of marine life! 506-887-6000/1-888-773-8888 fundy.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/pn-np/nb/fundy/edu/marche plage-beachwalk.aspx $3.90 to $19.60

Alpine Motor Inn FOODIE STOPS

Come relax and experience what the Bay of Fundy has to offer. Witness the highest tides at your doorstep. Clean, reasonably priced single, double and efficiency units. Adjacent to Fundy National Park. Wireless Internet access.

ALMA LOBSTER SHOP

Want the best experience? See page 31

GOLF STOPS FUNDY NATIONAL PARK GOLF COURSE

8591 Main St. Alma, NB E4H 1N5 Local: 506-887-2052 Toll Free: 1-866-887-2052 E-mail: alpinemotorinn@nb.aibn.com www.alpinemotorinn.ca

Parkland Village Inn & Tides Restaurant

Drift with your dreams… on the highest tides in the world. Panoramic oceanside accommodations on the Bay of Fundy. Two-room suites, standard and deluxe rooms on the Alma waterfront, adjacent to Fundy National Park. Enjoy Fundy’s finest seafood at Tides Restaurant.

Challenging, 9-hole golf course designed by Stanley Thompson. Features golf carts and pro shop. Among the Top 10 courses in Atlantic Canada.

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8601 Main Street Alma N.B. E4H-1N6 Tel.: 1-866-668-4337/506-887-2313 www.parklandvillageinn.com

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47 Fundy Park Chalet Rd. 506-887-2970 fundy.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/fundy/activ/ete-summer/ golf.aspx $15 to $34

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

PARK STOPS

FRESHAIR ADVENTURE LTD.

FUNDY NATIONAL PARK

From our Kayaking Centre on the Bay of Fundy’s Alma waterfront, FreshAir Adventure provides a variety of sea-kayaking experiences. 16 Fundy View Dr. 506-887-2249/1-800-545-0020 kayak@freshairadventure.com freshairadventure.com $59 to $69

Fundy National Park’s charm is, in part, created by the giant tides in the Bay of Fundy that influence the climate, making conditions for the growth of the lush coastal rain forest. 8642 Route 114 506-887-6000/1-888-773-8888 fundy.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/fundy/index.aspx $4 to $25

HERITAGE STOPS FORTY FIVE RIVER NO. 1 COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1914, this covered bridge is 29 m (94 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 211, Route 114 South for 45.6 km (28.3 mi.), onto Forty-Five Road, in Fundy National Park.

POINT WOLFE COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1992, this covered bridge is 29 m (94 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 211, Route 114 South for 41.5 km (25.7 mi.), onto Point Wolfe Road, in Fundy National Park.

Want the best experience? See page 31

NATURE STOPS

Want the best experience? See page 31

DOBSON TRAIL (ALMA TO RIVERVIEW)

WATERSIDE

A 58.3-km (36.2-mi.) footpath beginning in the eastern boundary of Fundy National Park and continuing to the town of Riverview. Route 114 (Fundy National Park) 506-459-1931

BEACH STOPS CAPE ENRAGE BEACH 506-887-2273

Sussex

PROUDLY RURAL… QUAINTLY CHARMING… As the highway winds through the wide open spaces of southern New Brunswick, the lush green landscape surrounding the Town of Sussex, dotted with historic homes, will awaken nostalgic memories. A picture-perfect small rural community – where doors are open to strangers and hospitality is second nature. In this Covered Bridge Capital of Atlantic Canada (there are eight “kissing bridges” within 10 minutes of the Town Hall) you’ll soon realize that farming is more than an occupation, it’s the very fabric of life. The Agriculture Museum of New Brunswick chronicles the town’s close connection to the land, a tradition which is celebrated each year at the Kings County Agricultural Fair during the fourth week of August which is one of the oldest agricultural fairs in North America.

EXPERIENCE SMALL-TOWN CHARM: • MURAL CAPITAL OF ATLANTIC CANADA www.sussexmurals.com • THE ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL BALLOON FIESTA (WEEKEND AFTER LABOUR DAY) • SUSSEX FLEA MARKET (3RD WEEKEND IN AUGUST) • THE PRINCESS LOUISE PARK SHOW CENTRE: EQUESTRIAN EVENTS • POLEY MOUNTAIN www.poleymountain.com • SUSSEX GOLF & CURLING CLUB sussexgolfandcurlingclub.ca

In downtown Sussex, a stroll down Broad and Main streets will take you to unique shops and wonderful restaurants that offer that hometown service… stop at the historic Sussex Train Station, which now houses the town’s Visitor Information Centre and the 8th Hussars Regimental Museum. Continue walking and see 22 larger-thanlife murals. This one-of-a-kind “outdoor art gallery” is a tribute to our rich local history that can be enjoyed by visitors and residents alike. No matter how you spend your time in Sussex, one thing’s for sure, you’ll leave with the knowledge that, in some places, contentment can still be found in the simplest of pleasures.

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THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE WATERSIDE BEACH An outstanding saltwater beach for beachcombing, listening to the surf as the waves break on the shore, and wildlife viewing. 1 Waterside Rd. 506-887-2273

FOODIE STOPS

HARVEY

GERMANTOWN

(ALBERT COUNTY)

HERITAGE STOPS

ARTISTIC STOPS

SHEPODY RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (GERMANTOWN LAKE)

STUDIO ON THE MARSH

Built in 1903, this covered bridge is 19 m (61 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 446, Route 128 East 6.6 km (4 mi.), Exit 3, Route 15 South – Wheeler Boulevard – 3 km (1.8 mi.), Route 114 South 65.7 km (40.8 mi.), onto Midway Road.

WATERSIDE WINERY 506-887-2058

CAPE ENRAGE

RIVERSIDE-ALBERT

COASTAL STOPS CAPE ENRAGE LIGHT STATION (Est. 1848). Altered in 1976. Active lighthouse situated atop 46-m (150-ft.) cliffs. On-site fine dining restaurant, take-out service, gift shop. 650 Cape Enrage Rd. 506-887-2273

Studio on the Marsh promotes the work of wildlife artist Lars Larsen and that of other fine artists in the area. 255 Mary’s Point Rd. 506-882-2917 wildlife@nbnet.nb.ca studioonthemarsh.com

NATURE STOPS CAPE ENRAGE NATURE PRESERVE Cobblestone beach, forested upland and saltwater marsh habitats that are home to numerous migratory birds. Bay of Fundy views. Cape Enrage Road 506-457-2398

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Quaint cultural community on the shores of Shepody River. Year-round outdoor activities. 20 minutes to The Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park and Cape Enrage.

ARTISTIC STOPS 5702KING NB ART & CRAFT 506-882-1121

COASTAL STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

ANDERSON HOLLOW LIGHTHOUSE

THE OLD BANK MUSEUM

(Est. 1889) Original wooden, salt-shaker tower is a historic landmark. The site is open; however, the tower is closed. 165 Mary’s Point Rd. 506-882-2015

This beautiful structure, formerly the Bank of New Brunswick, now houses a museum and Visitor Information Centre. 5985 King St. 506-882-2015

CAPE ENRAGE

Enjoy the history of this century old lighthouse station. Rappel the steep rocky cliffs, search for fossils on the ocean floor. Designated by Frommer’s Guide “Best View in Canada!” 650 Cape Enrage Rd. 506-887-2273/1-888-423-5454 info@capeenrage.ca capeenrage.ca $5 to $6 Want the best experience? See page 31

FUNDY NATIONAL PARK, ALMA

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Interpreters Walking Trails Tidal Treasures Gift Shop

Playground Interpretive Centre Restaurant Services

Carved by melting glaciers, then sculpted by the world’s highest and most artistic tides, the Hopewell Rocks immerse you into a high and low tide experience unlike anything you’ve seen or felt before. After all, when was the last time you took a walk on the ocean floor?

TH EH O P E W E LLRO C K S .C A

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HOPEWELL HILL

HERITAGE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

131 Discovery Rd. 506-734-2660/1-877-601-2660 info@baymountadventures.com baymountadventures.com $49 to $229

SAWMILL CREEK NO. 0.5 COVERED BRIDGE

Want the best experience? See page 32

ALBERT COUNTY MUSEUM

Built in 1908, this covered bridge is 33 m (105 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 446, Route 128 East 6.6 km (4 mi.), Exit 3, Route 15 South – Wheeler Boulevard – 3 km (1.8 mi.), Route 114 South 50 km (31 mi.)

CURRYVILLE ARTISTIC STOPS ALBERT COUNTY CLAY CO.

ALBERT MINES ARTISTIC STOPS Discover the People of the Tides. With 22 themed galleries housed in eight historic buildings, there is something here for everyone. 3940 Route 114 506-734-2003 albertcountymuseum@nb.aibn.com albertcountymuseum.com $8 to $25

NATURE STOPS THE HOPEWELL ROCKS

Using Bay of Fundy clay, Judy and David produce hand-built pottery in a 100-year-old community hall. 900 Albert Mines Rd. 506-734-2851 samcas@nb.sympatico.ca albertcountyclayco.com

HOPEWELL CAPE ARTISTIC STOPS WENDY JOHNSTON POTTERY AND ART EFFECTS FINE CRAFT GALLERY 506-734-2046

FOODIE STOPS ALBERT COUNTY MUSEUM FARMERS MARKET AND BREAKFAST

A truly unique farmers market and breakfast at the Albert County Museum. A joint venture with Foods of the Fundy Valley. 3940 Route 114 506-734-2003 albertcountymuseum@nb.aibn.com albertcountymuseum.com

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FARM LIFE STUDIO 506-734-3493

SALEM HERITAGE STOPS WELDON CREEK NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (STEEVES, HARTLEY) Built in 1923, this covered bridge is 18 m (60 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 446, Route 128 East 6.6 km (4 mi.), Exit 3, Route 15 South – Wheeler Boulevard – 3 km (1.8 mi.), Route 114 South 24 km (14.9 mi.), Route 910 West 4 km (2.4 mi.), near Hillsborough.

HILLSBOROUGH Home of the New Brunswick Railway Museum and the Honourable William Henry Steeves House Museum. Enjoy the wetlands park; walking trails and mountain biking trails. Experience the magnitude and power of the world’s highest tides. Unique access to the ocean floor, kayaking, birdwatching and wildlife viewing. 131 Discovery Rd. 1-877-734-3429 questions@thehopewellrocks.ca thehopewellrocks.ca $7.25 to $85 Want the best experience? See page 32

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

GOLF STOPS HILLSBOROUGH GOLF COURSE 506-734-6000

HERITAGE STOPS HONOURABLE WILLIAM HENRY STEEVES HOUSE MUSEUM

BAYMOUNT OUTDOOR ADVENTURES INC.

Kayak the Rocks, then try hiking or mountain biking. Choose one or more for the “Ultimate Bay of Fundy Adventure Vacation!”

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

A popular stop for those interested in the Steeves Family, the Village of Hillsborough, and the story of Canada’s Confederation. 40 Mill St. 506-734-3102 steevesmuseum@nb.aibn.com steeveshousemuseum.ca $2 to $8


THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE NEW BRUNSWICK RAILWAY MUSEUM

GOLF STOPS

NATURE STOPS

MONCTON GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

DOBSON TRAIL (RIVERVIEW TO ALMA)

506-387-3850

HERITAGE STOPS MITTON WILLIAM COVERED BRIDGE

New Brunswick’s largest display of unique railway rolling stock, replica of old station and museum of railway artefacts. 2847 Main St. 506-734-3195 nbrailway@nb.aibn.com nbrm.ca $3 to $10

A 58.3-km (36.2-mi.) footpath beginning in the town of Riverview and continuing to the eastern boundary of Fundy National Park. Pine Glen Road 506-459-1931

Built in 1942, this covered bridge is 23 m (76 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 446, Route 128 East 6.6 km (4 mi.), Exit 3, Route 15 South – Wheeler Boulevard – 3 km (1.8 mi.), Route 114 South across the causeway to Route 112 West 6.3 km (3.9 mi.), onto Mitton Road.

HOPEWELL CAPE

RIVERVIEW Riverview is located on the south bank of the Petitcodiac River. Visit the Fundy Chocolate River Station and enjoy the scenic views.

ARTISTIC STOPS STUDIO LYNNE SAINTONGE 506-388-6020

nature has given us

the best front yard

the best vacations are the ones where you stop and take in the view. so catch the famous tidal bore, grab a bite and discover our many festivals and events – it’s all here in riverview. tIDALBORE.CA

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OUR TIDE IS RISING

Moncton is the rising, bilingual city carved by the phenomenon of the Bay of Fundy tides. A vast network of deep tidal channels weave their way from the bay to an expanse of watershed habitat just a three-minute walk from downtown bars, restaurants, shops and hotels. One minute you’re relaxed under a bistro umbrella – the next, strolling amid flora and birdlife along a link to the Trans Canada Trail. No other Atlantic Canadian city is this close to nature, an appetizer for the neighbouring Acadian and Fundy coasts – close enough that you can day-trip and still return in time to dress for dinner. 506-856-4366/1-800-363-4558 l tourism@moncton.ca l tourism@moncton.ca l

ARTISTIC STOPS CAPITOL THEATRE

The theatre is the centre of the region’s performing arts, including drama, music, dance and comedy – in both English and French. 811 Main St. 506-856-4377/1-800-567-1922 capitol@capitol.nb.ca capitol.nb.ca

GALERIE D’ART LOUISE ET REUBEN-COHEN 506-858-4088

IMAGO INC. ARTIST-RUN PRINT STUDIO 506-388-1431

MCSWEENEY COMPANY DINNER THEATRE

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MONCTON GALLERY

KIWANIS CENTENNIAL BEACH

The Moncton Gallery exhibits the work of predominantly local and regional artists. For schedule of exhibits: info@moncton.ca. 655 Main St. 506-853-3593 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca/Residents/Recreation_Parks_and_ Culture/Arts_and_Culture/Moncton_Gallery.htm

A supervised artificial beach with change houses, washrooms, parking and picnic areas nearby. Visit the state-of-the-art SuperSplash Park to cool off on a hot summer day. St. George Boulevard 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca tourism.moncton.ca $1.50 to $130

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Spend an exciting day exploring the Magnetic Hill Zoo, home to more than 600 animals. Get your smartphone ready and capture your family’s reaction when they come face-to-face with a tiger at the Big Cat Exhibit. Continue the exceptional experience with hands-on animal interaction. This is only a preview of what’s waiting for you at the Zoo – just think about what else its 40 acres have in store.

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Magic Mountain is the perfect mix of fun in and out of the water. Where else can you rocket down Canada’s first Skybox drop capsule, float along the Lazy River, take in a round of mini-golf and grab a famous BeaverTailsŽ treat in the same place? From heart-pounding waterslides and amusement park rides, to old-fashioned carnival games, Magic Mountain has all the makings of a pretty fantastic day!

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The Hopewell Rocks are a must-see – it’s not every day you come across a world wonder. Learn about the site’s natural secrets at the interpretive centre then follow the trails (shuttle service available) to lookouts for breathtaking views. Try unforgettable experiences like kayaking around The Rocks during high tide and walking on the ocean floor during low tide. If you time it right, you can do both in the same day. How cool is that? Note: Shuttle service is not available at every lookout

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ENTERTAIMENT STOPS CASINO NEW BRUNSWICK

This state-of-the-art casino will dazzle you. Slot machines, live gaming tables, and more. Guests must be 19 years of age or older. 21 Casino Dr. 506-859-7770/1-877-859-7775 Reservations@CasinoNB.ca CasinoNB.ca $129.99 to $699.99

Fly into the Heart of it all

MAGIC MOUNTAIN

cyqm.ca  Get Wet! Go Wild! Slide down the waterslides at SplashZone, ride the amusement rides in FunZone and top it off with games in TekZone! 2875 Mountain Rd. 506-857-9283/1-800-331-9283 wave@magicmountain.ca magicmountain.ca $16.50

FOODIE STOPS DELTA BEAUSÉJOUR

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MAGNETIC HILL WINERY AND B&B

Selection of award-winning wines locally made in a restored 1867 historic site overlooking the city. Culinary delights and picnics on the patio. 860 Front Mountain Rd. 506-384-9463 info@magnetichillwinery.com magnetichillwinery.com

Best Western Plus Moncton Modern, luxurious and committed to the comfort and well-being of our guests, we strive to provide every amenity. Walking distance to Champlain Mall. Heated indoor pool & fitness centre. Complimentary Deluxe Continental Breakfast and high-speed Internet access. Spacious guest rooms & suite accommodations available.

300 Lewisville Road, Moncton, NB Tel.: 506 388-0888 • 1 888 887-8788 Fax: 506 388-0883 E-mail: gm@bestwesternmoncton.ca www.bestwestern.com

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HERITAGE STOPS CENTRE D’ÉTUDES ACADIENNES ANSELME-CHIASSON, UNIVERSITÉ DE MONCTON Established in 1968; collects and preserves all relevant documentary material concerning the Acadians and Acadian society in various fields. 415 University Ave. 506-858-4085

FREE MEETING HOUSE, NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE MARCHÉ MONCTON MARKET

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Reservations 1-800-595-4656

Enjoy a Free Hot Breakfast, ample parking, indoor pool with whirlpool & sauna, fitness facility, and Great Hospitality.

The Moncton Market is open Saturday mornings, year round and features a variety of fresh and delicious products. Shop for baked goods, fresh fish, farm produce, crafts, meat, eggs and more! 120 Westmorland St. 506-389-5969/1-800-363-4558 terri.simon@moncton.ca marchemonctonmarket.ca

Built in 1821 in the style of a New England Meeting House, this is one of Moncton’s oldest standing buildings. 20 Mountain Rd. 506-856-4383 info@resurgo.ca resurgo.ca/heritagelandmarks

ITOUR MONCTON

THE PUMP HOUSE BREWERY

Walk to: Magic Mountain Water Theme Park, Magnetic Hill & Zoo and the All New Moncton Casino. A short drive to: Major Shopping and Golf. Enjoy other local attractions including: Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park and Parlee Beach.

The Pump House has been brewing award-winning beer since 1999, find your favourite in the sampler and some delicious food at the Pump House Restaurant. 5 Orange Ln. 506-855-2337

Download the iTour to your media player, smartphone or tablet for an energetic way to experience Moncton’s history! 1-hour self-guided tour. 20 Mountain Rd. 506-856-4383 info@resurgo.ca moncton.ca/itour

LUTZ MOUNTAIN HERITAGE MUSEUM

GOLF STOPS COUNTRY MEADOWS GOLF CLUB 506-858-8909

MOUNTAIN WOODS GOLF CLUB 506-858-1611

ROYAL OAKS GOLF CLUB 506-388-6257

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Museum in a heritage building built in 1883. Artefacts, archives and meeting room.


THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE 3143 Mountain Rd. 506-384-7719 lutzmtnheritage@rogers.com lutzmtnheritage.ca $2 to $5

THE THOMAS WILLIAMS HOUSE

MUSÉE ACADIEN DE L’UNIVERSITÉ DE MONCTON

Founded in 1886; its collections contain more than 42,000 artefacts related to the Acadians of southeastern New Brunswick and elsewhere in North America. 405 Université Ave. 506-858-4088 maum@umoncton.ca www.umoncton.ca/umcm-maum $1 to $7

A Victorian-style home built in 1883 and decorated with period furnishings. Houses a display gallery and Victorian Tea Room. 103 Park St. 506-857-0590 info@resurgo.ca resurgo.ca

NATURE STOPS CITY OF MONCTON TRAILS 506-853-3516

TIDAL BORE

NDSC HERITAGE ROOM A museum relating the story of the Religieuses de Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur, from their beginnings in 1924 until today. 125 King St. 506-204-1134

Must be 19 years of age or older. Please play responsibly.

RESURGO PLACE A natural phenomenon caused by the surging Bay of Fundy tides (the highest in the world), the Tidal Bore activity occurs twice daily. 10 Bendview Crt. 1-800-363-4558 tourism@moncton.ca tourism.moncton.ca/Unique_Experience/ Attractions.htm

Home of the Moncton Museum, Transportation Discovery Centre, Moncton Visitor Information Centre and Free Meeting House. Exhibitions, education centre and gift shop. 20 Mountain Rd. 506-856-4383 info@resurgo.ca resurgo.ca $5 to $25

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS LA BIKERY CO-OPERATIVE labikery@gmail.ca

Moncton’s Largest Waterslide!

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“ROADS TO SEA” GUIDED TOURS

TreeGO® is an adult/youth aerial adventure, challenging and exhilarating, as you move from one course to another. 811 St. George Blvd. 506-388-4646/1-877-707-4646 worldcan@nb.sympatico.ca treegomoncton.com $15.93 to $31.86

PARK STOPS Guided Tours is a nature-based tourism company operating out of Moncton, which offers guests a chance to experience New Brunswick’s magnificent Bay of Fundy and Acadian coastal landscapes. 212 Glencairn Dr. 506-850-7623/1-877-850-7623 roads2c@nb.sympatico.ca roadstosea.com $50 to $175

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Situated in the city centre, Centennial Park boasts 93 ha (230 acres) of scenic park land with a variety of fun recreational activities available all year long. 801 St. George Blvd. 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca/Residents/Recreation_Parks_and_ Culture/Parks/Centennial_Park.htm

RIVERFRONT PARK

Complimentary breakfast Free parking 100ft waterslide and pool Microwave and mini fridge Complimentary airport shuttle HD TV Complimentary WIFI

506-855-0033 for reservations

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All-Suite Hotel Accommodations Residence Inn by Marriott is located in the heart of downtown Moncton, within walking distance of restaurants and shopping. Suites include full kitchens, living area and king bed, plus complimentary hot breakfast, saltwater pool and hot tub. Keg Restaurant on site.

Newly Renovated Hotel in 2016 Tel: 506-854-7100 800-331-3131 600 Main Street Moncton, NB

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Offers paved paths ideal for bicycles and in-line skates, and a softer dirt surface for walkers and runners. Floral displays, monuments and links to downtown. Assomption Boulevard 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca/Residents/Recreation_Parks_and_ Culture/Parks/Riverfront_Park.htm

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LAKEVILLE (WESTMORLAND COUNTY)

GOLF STOPS LAKESIDE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB

Get optimal value for your hard-earned money:

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• Clean, comfortable rooms • Free hot, fresh & healthy breakfast • Free Internet • Indoor pool & 80-ft waterslide

506-861-9441

Is it magnetic or magic? Drive your vehicle to the foot of the hill, shift into neutral, and sit tight while you coast uphill! Mountain Road 1-800-363-4558 judy.dougan@moncton.ca tourism.moncton.ca $5

WILDLIFE STOPS MAGNETIC HILL ZOO

HERITAGE STOPS COCAGNE RIVER NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (BUDD) Built in 1913, this covered bridge is 25 m (83 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 450, Route 126 North 6.2 km (3.8 mi.), Indian Mountain Road 7.4 km (4.6 mi.), Victoria Road 5.7 km (3.5 mi.), near Moncton.

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HERITAGE STOPS A diverse collection of animals from every corner of the globe. Don’t miss daily shows, two animal contact areas and the educational camps! 125 Magic Mountain Rd. 506-877-7718 bruce.dougan@moncton.ca moncton.ca/zoo $10 to $15 Want the best experience? See page 32

MAPLETON PARK

This 121-ha (300-acre) park offers nature lovers interpretive panels throughout the park, ample birdwatching, and features both wide, accessible trails and more rustic nature trails for walking, running and biking. 600 Mapleton Rd. 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca/Residents/Recreation_Parks_and_ Culture/Parks/Mapleton_Park.htm

COCAGNE RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (POIRIER) Built in 1942, this covered bridge is 41 m (136 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 459A-B, Route 115 North 15.5 km (9.6 mi.), Poirier Office Road 1.7 km (1 mi.), at Irishtown, near Moncton.

PARK STOPS IRISHTOWN NATURE PARK

Irishtown Nature Park consists of 890 ha (2,200 acres) of forest and 101 ha (250 acres) of water, with kilometres of maintained trails. This multi-use trail is accessible to walkers and joggers, wheelchairs and cyclists. Elmwood Drive 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca/Residents/Recreation_Parks_and_ Culture/Parks/Irishtown_Nature_Park.htm

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NEW BRUNSWICK’S NEWEST CITY

A major regional hub for unique getaways, the growing city of Dieppe is located at the southeast convergence of the Fundy and Acadian Coastal drives, where you can always find things to do; shop at CF Champlain Place, bask on nearby beaches, visit the Dieppe Market on Saturdays, hike the nature trails and parks, try a game of golf and don’t miss the many festivals and events or the points of historical interest. Discover the city of Dieppe, enjoy its accommodations, bountiful restaurants, and European-style downtown, it’s a special destination. 506-877-7900 l info@dieppe.ca l dieppe.ca l

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From farm to city; visit the Dieppe Market, Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and the express Market, Fridays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 232 Gauvin Rd. 506-382-5755 info@marchedieppemarket.com marchedieppemarket.com/home.cfm

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18 holes. Marries architectural design with natural beauty. Championship course; carts have GPS and leaderboard. 200 Du Golf St. 506-859-4653, ext. 1/1-888-257-4222 golf@foxcreekgolfclub.ca foxcreekgolfclub.ca $40 to $79

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Dad’s LIST

• Go to Bass Pro Shops • See a movie at Cineplex Cinemas • Play a round of golf at the Fox Creek Golf Club

To DO

July

• Circus Festival • Wednesday Show

August

• National Acadian Day • Kite International Festival

September • Harvest Festival

Mom’s LIST

• Shop at CF Champlain • Visit the Dieppe Market on Saturday between 7 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. • Visit the gallery at the Dieppe Arts and Culture Centre

Sophie’s LIST

• Play in the pirate ship at the Dieppe Aquatic and Sports Centre • Visit the splash park at the Rotary St-Anselme Park • Ride a bike on the trail that borders the Petitcodiac River


MEMRAMCOOK

GOLF STOPS

Memramcook is a great mixture of history, culture, and exceptional scenery. Golf, hiking and biking trails, historical sites, and concert hall.

MEMRAMCOOK VALLEY GOLF CLUB

ARTISTIC STOPS

MEMRAMCOOK RIVER NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (BOUDREAU)

MONUMENT-LEFEBVRE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE THEATRE

Built in 1930, this covered bridge is 23 m (74 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 482, Renaissance Road South 1.9 km (1 mi.), onto Gayton Road.

FOODIE STOPS

MEMRAMCOOK VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

506-758-9808

VERGER BELLIVEAU ORCHARD

MONUMENT-LEFEBVRE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

506-758-9242

HERITAGE STOPS

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Historical building (1896) commemorating Father Camille Lefebvre. Exhibit on the Acadian Odyssey. Guided tours, gift shop, and theatre. Open year round. 480 Centrale St. 506-758-9808 info@monumentlefebvre.ca pc.gc.ca/monumentlefebvre $1.90 to $9.80 Want the best experience? See page 33

SAINTE-ANNE-DE-BEAUMONT CHAPEL PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Historic orchard producing over a dozen wine and juice products. Year-round market and cafĂŠ on site. Seasonal tours available. 1209 Principale St. 506-758-0295 info@vergerbelliveauorchard.ca vergerbelliveauorchard.ca

This museum housed in the old village schoolhouse (1926) of Saint-Joseph features a collection of objects and photographs of the region. 612 Centrale St. 506-758-0087 shvm@shvm.ca shvm.ca

Chapel on the bank of the Petitcodiac River, where it served Aboriginal and Acadian people of Beaumont Cape, beginning in 1842. 643 Beaumont Rd. 506-758-9166

DORCHESTER This area has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including two unique museums.

HERITAGE STOPS KEILLOR HOUSE MUSEUM

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Early Regency stone home built in 1813. Antiques, farm tools, penitentiary collection and genealogy centre. Guided tours. 4974 Main St. 506-379-6633 keillorhouse@nb.aibn.com keillorhousemuseum.com $3 Want the best experience? See page 33

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ST. JAMES CHURCH TEXTILE MUSEUM

When visiting our 135 years of Crime and Punishment Exhibit you will see the Whipping Table, Oregon boots, a Penitentiary Cell and confiscated weapons. 4974 Main St. 506-379-6633 joansal@nbnet.nb.ca

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE This attractive frame church (1884) features a look into the making of textiles in the late 1800s. Antique looms on display and daily demonstrations. 4967 Main St. 506-379-6633 keillorhouse@nb.aibn.com keillorhousemuseum.com $3

Moncton Resurgo Place – Moncton Museum Transportation Discovery Centre Thomas Williams House, Acadian Museum La Salle Héritage NDSC Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum Memramcook Musée de la Société historique de la Vallée de Memramcook Shediac – Pascal Poirier House Grand-Barachois Église historique Saint-Henri-de-Barachois Grande-Digue – Pioneer’s Museum Bouctouche – Kent Museum Cap-Pélé – Smokehouse Museum Petitcodiac Petitcodiac War Museum Maritime Motorsports Hall of Fame Hillsborough New Brunswick Railway Museum William Henry Steeves House Museum Hopewell Cape Albert County Museum Riverside-Albert Old Bank Museum and Shipyard Park Alma – Molly Kool Centre Dorchester Keillor House Museum, Graydon Milton Library & Genealogy Centre Coach House Museum & Peniteniary Exhibit St. James Textile Museum Sackville Campbell Carriage Factory Museum Boultenhouse Heritage Centre Aulac Fort Beausejour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site Port Elgin Monro Heritage Museum

The Museums of South-Eastern New Brunswick are supported by the Province of New Brunswick

DORCHESTER

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SACKVILLE

SHEP – THE WORLD’S LARGEST SEMIPALMATED SANDPIPER

One of life’s great stops, Sackville has an extraordinary range of cultural treats, from beautiful parks, festivals, historic attractions and more.

The largest semipalmated sandpiper statue in the world. 4984 Main St. 506-379-3030

JOHNSON’S MILLS

ARTISTIC STOPS FOG FOREST GALLERY

NATURE STOPS JOHNSON’S MILLS SHOREBIRD RESERVE AND INTERPRETIVE CENTRE

More than two million shorebirds make this their feeding stop as they fly through the Bay of Fundy on their fall migration to South America. 2724 Route 935 506-379-6347/1-877-231-4400 atlantic@natureconservancy.ca natureconservancy.ca/en/where-we-work/ new-brunswick/featured-projects/johnsons_ mills.html

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Fog Forest Gallery exhibits and sells original artworks by professional Canadian artists. Custom framing is available. Drop in – it will be time well spent. 14 Bridge St. 506-536-9000 janet@fogforestgallery.ca fogforestgallery.ca

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THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE LIVE BAIT THEATRE

Brain food that makes you laugh and cry. A professional theatre company that loves new work, the Maritimes, and entertaining people. 43 Main St. 506-536-2248/1-888-655-2248 info@livebaittheatre.com livebaittheatre.com $1 to $45

BEACH STOPS

STRUTS GALLERY AND FAUCET MEDIA ARTS CENTRE

LILLAS FAWCETT PARK AND SILVER LAKE

An artist-run centre presenting contemporary art by regional, national and international artists. With diverse exhibitions, residencies and festivals. 7 Lorne St. 506-536-1211 info@strutsgallery.ca strutsgallery.ca

A freshwater oasis for a weary body, an outdoor playland for youthful enthusiasm, a launching point for nautical adventures. 110 Main St. 506-364-4955 r.kellyspurles@sackville.com sackville.com

OWENS ART GALLERY

Canada’s oldest university art gallery houses a permanent collection of approximately 3,000 works and presents artists’ talks, films, and guided tours. 61 York St. 506-364-2574 owens@mta.ca mta.ca/owens

SACKVILLE ARTS WALK 506-364-4938

SACKVILLE HARNESS SHOP

Smells of straw, wood, and leather mingle in this shop where tradition is spoken. Canada’s oldest manufacturer of handmade horse harness products. 39 Main St. 506-536-0642/1-800-386-4888 sackvilleharness@eastlink.ca sackvilleharness.com

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FOODIE STOPS

CAMPBELL CARRIAGE FACTORY MUSEUM

SACKVILLE FARMERS MARKET

TANTRAMAR RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (WHEATON) Built in 1916, this covered bridge is 50 m (163 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 504, Route 940 North 2.5 km (1.5 mi.), Church Street 1.3 km (0.8 mi.), onto High Marsh Road (Jolicure Road).

NATURE STOPS PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Morning-fresh shopping that’s good for the soul. Stop into the Saturday morning Farmers Market for laughter, conversation, croissants and more. Downtown centre 506-536-7378 sackvillemarket@gmail.com sackvillefarmersmarket.ca

Time travel to a time when things were simpler, when horsepower really meant powered by horses. A fascinating national treasure, Canada’s only surviving complete pre-industrial carriage factory. 19 Church St. 506-536-3079 tantramarheritage@nb.aibn.com heritage.tantramar.com

GOLF STOPS

HISTORICAL WALKING TOURS (SELF-GUIDED), SACKVILLE

SACKVILLE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 506-536-3437

506-364-4938

MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS TOURS

HERITAGE STOPS

SACKVILLE TO CAPE TORMENTINE TRAIL – TRANS CANADA TRAIL This 52-km (32-mi.) trail is built on an abandoned railway and runs through Acadian dyke lands, woodlands, freshwater swamps and salt marshes. 34 Mallard Dr. 506-459-1931

TANTRAMAR TRAIL (SACKVILLE TO PORT ELGIN) Part of the Trans Canada Trail; passes through boreal forest, freshwater and saltwater marshes. Sackville to Port Elgin. Wildlife viewing. Route 2, Exit 504 or 506 506-364-4967

TANTRAMAR WETLANDS CENTRE 506-364-4257

PARK STOPS BEECH HILL PARK

BOULTENHOUSE HERITAGE CENTRE

An easily accessible wooded park. Picnic tables, walking trails, disc golf and summer activities. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. Route 2, Exit 500 506-364-4930

WILDLIFE STOPS

Sackville’s glorious seafaring days revealed in a real shipbuilder’s mansion. Learn some of Canada’s oldest history where it occurred, and visit a unique octagonally shaped house too. 29B Queens Rd. 506-536-2541 tantramarheritage@nb.aibn.com heritage.tantramar.com

Tour one of Canada’s top undergraduate universities. Campus buildings, grounds, chapel, Owens Art Gallery and much more. 62 York St. 506-364-2257 campusvisit@mta.ca mta.ca/apply/tours.htm

SACKVILLE WATERFOWL PARK

Waterfowl, wildlife, boardwalks and more than 3 km (1.86 mi) of trails into the heart of nature. Beautiful marshes and wetlands next to a charming downtown. 34 Mallard Dr. 506-364-4967/1-800-249-2020 visitor@sackville.com sackville.com Want the best experience? See page 33

WALKING WITH WATERFOWL 506-364-4967

WETLANDS ADVENTURE 506-364-4967

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ACCOMMODATIONS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

ALMA & AREA

FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

ACCOMMODATIONS Wake up to an ocean view at a seaside bed & breakfast or rest in the lap of luxury at a premier resort; there’s a number of possibilities to pick from!

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Canada Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars.

ALMA & AREA Alma, Harvey (Albert County), New Horton BED AND BREAKFAST

Falcon Ridge Inn  24 Falcon Ridge Dr., ALMA 506-887-1110/1-888-321-9090 falcon@falconridgeinn.nb.ca falconridgeinn.nb.ca $90 to $135

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ACCOMMODATIONS: ALMA & AREA — CAMPOBELLO ISLAND Vista Ridge Cottages  41 Foster Rd., ALMA 506-887-2808/1-877-887-2808 vistaridgecottages@hotmail.com fundyparkchalets.com $99 to $165

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Alpine Motor Inn  8591 Main St., ALMA 506-887-2052/506-874-1462 alpinemotorinn@nb.aibn.com alpinemotorinn.ca $95 to $150 Bayview Motel 12 Snider Ln., ALMA 506-887-2103/1-855-366-0166 bayview@nb.aibn.com bayviewmotelchaletrvpark.ca $80 to $106

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Parkland Village Inn  8601 Main St., ALMA 506-887-2313/506-854-1432 parkland@parklandvillageinn.com parklandvillageinn.com $85 to $160

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Harbour Tide Inn ~ Bed & Breakfast 506-456-3400

CAMPOBELLO ISLAND Welshpool, Wilsons Beach BED AND BREAKFAST

Owen House  11 Welshpool St., WELSHPOOL 506-752-2977 jj@owenhouse.ca owenhouse.ca $115 to $225

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An Island Chalet  155 Narrows Rd., WELSHPOOL 506-752-2971 ischalet@nbnet.nb.ca anislandchalet.com $95 to $180

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Campobello Whale Watch Motel  935 Route 774, WELSHPOOL 506-752-2008/813-624-4807 cwwm@nb.aibn.com cwwm.ca $99 to $129

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ACCOMMODATIONS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

DEER ISLAND — GRAND MANAN ISLAND DEER ISLAND Fairhaven, Lords Cove BED AND BREAKFAST

Deer Island Inn 272 Route 772, LORDS COVE 506-747-1998/506-321-0150 deerislandinn@yahoo.ca diinn.com $95

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45th Parallel Restaurant & Motel  506-747-2222

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Eastern Outdoors Cottages 506-659-2769

FUNDY NATIONAL PARK (See also Alma & Area) COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Fundy Highlands Motel & Chalets  8714 Route 114, FUNDY NATIONAL PARK 506-887-2930/1-888-883-8639 info@fundyhighlands.com fundyhighlands.com $75 to $130

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SeaCup Inn 22 Route 776, NORTH HEAD 506-662-8854 readymyroom@gmail.com seacupinn.ca $110 to $170

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Castalia Marsh Retreat 11 Bancroft Point Rd., GRAND MANAN 506-662-8997 marshcabins@gmail.com castaliamarshretreat.com $55 to $140 Heritage House  506-454-7630

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Surfside Motel 506-662-8156 INNS

Compass Rose Inn 65 Route 776, GRAND MANAN 506-662-3563/1-800-732-5492 explore@adventurehigh.com adventurehigh.com/compass-rose.html#!IMG_1534 $99 to $165

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ACCOMMODATIONS: GRAND MANAN ISLAND — HOPEWELL HILL Marathon Inn  19 Marathon Ln., GRAND MANAN 506-662-8488/1-888-660-8488 mhl@nbnet.nb.ca marathoninn.com $74 to $139

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The Shorecrest Lodge Country Inn 506-662-3216

HOPEWELL CAPE & AREA Hopewell Cape, Lower Cape, Shepody (Albert County) BED AND BREAKFAST

Innisfree Bed & Breakfast  4270 Route 114, HOPEWELL CAPE 506-734-3510 innisfre@nb.aibn.com innisfreebandb.com $99 to $139

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Ponderosa Pines Cottage  4325 Route 114, LOWER CAPE 506-734-3121/1-800-822-8800 ponderosa@nb.aibn.com ponderosapines.ca $145 to $850

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Hopewell Rocks Motel & Country Inn  ∞∞˘ 4135 Route 114, HOPEWELL CAPE 506-734-2975/1-888-759-7070 hightide@nbnet.nb.ca hopewellrocksmotel.com BOOK ONLINE $75 to $220

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Shepody Bay Inn  4941 Route 1114, SHEPODY (ALBERT COUNTY) 506-882-2077/506-871-1378 kevin@shepodybayinn.com shepodybayinn.com $65 to $125

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Peck Colonial House B & B 5566 Route 114, HOPEWELL HILL 506-882-2114 stay@peckcolonial.com peckcolonial.com $65 to $75

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Broadleaf Guest Ranch  5526 Route 114, HOPEWELL HILL 506-882-2349/1-800-226-5405 info@broadleafranch.com broadleafranch.com $150 to $200

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ACCOMMODATIONS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA Berry Mills, Dieppe, Lakeville (Westmorland County), Moncton BED AND BREAKFAST

Auberge Au Bois Dormant Inn  67 John St., MONCTON 506-855-6767/1-866-856-6767 info@auberge-auboisdormant.com auberge-auboisdormant.com $85 to $160

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Magnetic Hill Bed & Breakfast  921 Front Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-854-1231/506-872-1125 magnetichillbb@nb.aibn.com bbcanada.com/4007.html $60 to $95

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Magnetic Hill Winery and B&B 506-384-9463 HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Amsterdam Inn  2550 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-383-5050/1-800-468-2828 moncton.mgr@amsterdaminns.com amsterdaminns.com $99 to $299 Best Western Plus Moncton  300 Lewisville Rd., MONCTON 506-388-0888/1-888-887-8788 bestwesternmoncton@rogers.com bestwestern.com/ca/moncton $99 to $260 Château Moncton  100 Main St., MONCTON 506-870-4444/1-800-576-4040 chateau@chateaumoncton.ca chateaumoncton.ca $129 Coastal Inn Dieppe  502 Kennedy St., DIEPPE 506-857-9686/1-800-561-3939 moncton@coastalinns.com coastalinns.com $99 to $169 Comfort Inn – Maplewood Drive  20 Maplewood Dr., MONCTON 506-859-6868/1-800-424-6423 cn242@whg.com monctoncomfortinn.com $85 to $295 Comfort Inn – Mountain Road  2495 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-3175/1-877-384-3175 cn296@whg.com magnetichillcomfortinn.com $90 to $249.99

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ACCOMMODATIONS: MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown  ∞∞∞∞˘ 1005 Main St., MONCTON 506-854-6340/1-866-854-4656 reservations@cpmoncton.com cpmoncton.com BOOK ONLINE $129 to $399

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Delta Beauséjour  750 Main St., MONCTON 506-854-4344/1-888-890-3222 bea.reservations.grp@deltahotels.com deltabeausejour.com $119 to $399

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Moncton  26 Marriott Dr., MONCTON 506-855-0033/1-888-236-2427 mbourque@fairfieldmoncton.com marriott.com/hotels/travel/ yqmfi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-moncton $110

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Four Points by Sheraton Moncton  ∞∞∞∞˘ 40 Lady Ada Blvd., MONCTON 506-852-9600/1-44-243-3684 reservations@fourpointsmoncton.com fourpointsmoncton.com BOOK ONLINE $129 to $299

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Hampton Inn & Suites  By Hilton Moncton 700 Mapleton Rd., MONCTON 506-855-4819/1-877-855-4819 monctonsuites.hamptoninn.com $139 to $329

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Holiday Inn Express Airport  425 Adélard-Savoie Blvd, DIEPPE 506-388-5050/1-800-465-4329 alyssa.williams@hieairportdieppe.com hieairportdieppe.com $109 to $399

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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites  ∞∞∞˘ 2515 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-1050/1-800-595-4656 guestservices@hiemoncton.com hiexpress.com/monctonnb BOOK ONLINE $99 to $299

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Hotel Casino New Brunswick  21Casino Dr., MONCTON 506-861-4661/1-877-859-7775 reservations@casinonb.ca casinonb.ca/english $99.99 to $999.99

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Hotel Moncton  2779 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-3554/1-888-457-2489 info@monctonhotel.ca monctonhotel.ca $59.99 to $219.99

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Moncton Scenic Motel 47910 Homestead Rd., BERRY MILLS 506-384-6105 scenicmotel2014@gmail.com scenicmotelmoncton.com $60 to $100

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˜ – private wheelchair √ – accessible

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ACCOMMODATIONS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA — POCOLOGAN Nor-West Court Ltd.  1325 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-1222/1-800-561-7904 info@norwestmotel.com norwestmotel.com $89 to $129

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Rodd Moncton  434 Main St., MONCTON 506-382-1664/1-800-565-7633 moncton@roddhotelsandresorts.com roddmoncton.com $89 to $199

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Quality Inn Airport  370 Dieppe Blvd., DIEPPE 506-858-8880 super8gm@advancedhospitality.ca choicehotels.com/cna72 $99 to $259 Travelodge Suites  2475 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-852-7000/1-800-578-7878 gary.smith@travelodgemoncton.com travelodge.ca $89 to $325 V Hotel & Suites  42 Highfield St., MONCTON 506-382-3395/1-800-561-4667 reservations@vhotelandsuites.ca vhotelandsuites.ca $79 to $199

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Auberge Wild Rose Inn  ∞∞∞∞˘ 17 Baseline Rd., LAKEVILLE (WESTMORLAND COUNTY) 506-383-9751/1-888-389-7673 wildroseinn@hotmail.com wildroseinn.com BOOK ONLINE $99 to $199

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POCOLOGAN HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

BayBreeze Motel & Restaurant  1425 Route 175, POCOLOGAN 506-755-3850 baybreezerestaurantmotel@gmail.com baybreeze-nb.com $54 to $75 Clipper Shipp Beach Motel  506-755-2211

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ACCOMMODATIONS: QUISPAMSIS — SAINT ANDREWS & AREA QUISPAMSIS HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Amsterdam Inn  114 Millennium Dr., QUISPAMSIS 506-849-8050 Quispamsis.mgr@amsterdaminns.com amsterdaminns.com $99 to $299

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RIVERSIDE-ALBERT BED AND BREAKFAST

1854, The Maplegrove Inn 5 Maple St., RIVERSIDE-ALBERT 506-882-1854/1-877-882-1801 themaplegroveinn@live.com themaplegroveinn.ca $109 to $166

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SACKVILLE BED AND BREAKFAST

Savoy Arms Bed & Breakfast  47 Bridge St., SACKVILLE 506-536-0790/1-800-583-5133 savoyarm@nb.sympatico.ca bbcanada.com/701.html $85 to $130

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Coastal Inn Sackville  15 Wright St., SACKVILLE 506-536-0000/1-888-704-7444 sackville@coastalinns.com coastalinns.com $99 to $169

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Tantramar Motel 506-536-1327 INNS

Marshlands Inn 55 Bridge St., SACKVILLE 506-536-0170/1-800-561-1266 info@marshlands.nb.ca marshlands.nb.ca $84 to $230

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Monika’s B & B  22 Maple Crt., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-8869 monikafr@nbnet.nb.ca monikasbandb.ca $70 to $85

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St. Andrews Cottages 3893 Route 127, BAYSIDE 506-529-8555/1-877-529-8555 standcot@nb.sympatico.ca standrewscottages.ca $110 to $149

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Blue Heron 506-529-9257

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SAINT ANDREWS & AREA — SAINT JOHN & AREA Seaside Beach Resort  506-529-3846

ACCOMMODATIONS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

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Algonquin Resort  184 Adolphus St., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-8823/1-855-529-8693 reservations@algonquinresort.com algonquinresort.com $129 to $539

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Picket Fence Motel  102 Reed Ave., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-8985/1-877-529-8985 info@picketfencenb.com picketfencenb.com $80 to $155

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Europa Inn & Restaurant  48 King St., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-3818/1-877-938-7672 info@europainn.com europainn.com $89 to $190 Rossmount Inn  4599 Route 127, CHAMCOOK 506-529-3351/1-877-529-3351 rossmountinn@nb.aibn.com rossmountinn.com $80 to $145 Tara Manor Inn  559 Mowatt Dr., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-3304/1-800-691-8272 contactus@taramanor.ca taramanor.ca $105 to $165

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SAINT JOHN & AREA Gardner Creek, Rothesay, Saint John BED AND BREAKFAST

Earle of Leinster “Inn Style”  Bed & Breakfast 96 Leinster St., SAINT JOHN 506-652-3275/506-650-3896 shalomm@bellaliant.net earleofleinster.com $79 to $160 Fundy Heights B & B  360 Young St., SAINT JOHN 506-635-1213/506-639-9848 fundyhbb@gmail.com fundyheightsbedandbreakfast.com $105 to $125 Homeport Historic B & B  80 Douglas Ave., SAINT JOHN 506-672-7255/1-888-678-7678 stay@homeport.nb.ca homeport.nb.ca $99 to $175 Mahogany Manor 220 Germain St., SAINT JOHN 506-636-8000/1-800-796-7755 mmanorbb@nbnet.nb.ca sjnow.com/mm $110 to $125

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ACCOMMODATIONS: SAINT JOHN & AREA Moore’s Specialties 1254 Route 825, GARDNER CREEK 506-696-4722/506-696-7911 stayatms@xplornet.ca sjnow.com/moores $75 to $85

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BEST WESTERN PLUS  Saint John Hotel & Suites 55 Majors Brook Dr., SAINT JOHN 506-657-9966 reservations@bestwesternsj.ca bestwesternsj.ca $99 to $229

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Château Saint John Hotel & Suites  ∞∞∞∞˘ 369 Rockland Rd., SAINT JOHN 506-644-4444/1-877-772-4040 chateau@chateausaintjohn.ca chateausaintjohn.ca BOOK ONLINE $99 to $259

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ACCOMMODATIONS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

SAINT JOHN & AREA — ST. GEORGE UNB Saint John Summer Hotel 100 Tucker Park Rd., SAINT JOHN 506-648-5755 reservations@unb.ca unb.ca/saintjohn/conferenceservices/accommodations/index.html $72 to $82 Admiral’s Quay Motel, B.B. & Suites  506-672-1125 Colonial Inn  506-652-3000

Hilton Saint John  506-693-8484 Island View Motel  506-672-1381 King’s Motel  506-672-1375 Travelodge Suites  506-635-0400

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SPRINGDALE BED AND BREAKFAST

Springdale Bed and Breakfast 11594 Route 114, SPRINGDALE 506-432-1016 michelle.526@hotmail.com springdaleb7b.jimdo.com $75 to $95

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ST. GEORGE HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Granite Town Hotel & Country Inn  79 Main St., ST. GEORGE 506-755-6415/506-639-4003 info@granitetownhotel.com granitetownhotel.com $99 to $175 Grove Motel  506-755-3725

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ACCOMMODATIONS: ST. MARTINS — SUSSEX CORNER AREA ST. MARTINS COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Red Roof Cottages / Aunt Susie’s Place  506-833-2357

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St. Martins Country Inn  303 Main St., ST. MARTINS 506-833-4535/613-769-1363 countryi@nbnet.nb.ca stmartinscountryinn.ca $119 to $159 Tidal Watch Inn 16 Beach St., ST. MARTINS 506-833-4772/1-888-833-4772 reserve@tidalwatchinn.ca tidalwatchinn.ca $110 to $250

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ST. STEPHEN & AREA Oak Bay, St. Stephen BED AND BREAKFAST

Blair House Heritage Breakfast Inn  ∞∞∞∞ 38 Prince William St., ST. STEPHEN 506-466-2233/506-466-8822 blairhse@nbnet.nb.ca blairhouseheritageinn.com BOOK ONLINE $94 to $149 Casa Breeze Inn  2211 Route 755, OAK BAY 506-466-2218 casabreezeinn@gmail.com $130 to $150

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Scoodic Motel  241 Route 170, OAK BAY 506-466-1540 dunlapautomotive@nb.aibn.com scoodicmotel.com $64 to $125 Winsome Inn  198 King St., ST. STEPHEN 506-466-2130/1-800-400-7111 reserve@winsomeinn.com winsomeinn.com $89 to $149

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SUSSEX CORNER AREA Shepody (Kings County) COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Adair’s Wilderness Lodge  900 Creek Rd., SHEPODY (KINGS COUNTY) 506-432-6687/1-888-895-9233 adairs@nbnet.nb.ca adairswlodge.com $125 to $450

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CAMPOBELLO ISLAND — FUNDY NATIONAL PARK

FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

CAMPGROUNDS Relax under the stars in your RV or if you prefer to live on the edge, camp at a cliffside wilderness site where whale songs from the ocean will lull you to sleep. Want to bring camping to a whole new level? Spend a night in an oTENTik – a tent-cabin combo!

CAMPGROUNDS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Camping Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars. Facilities - F

Recreation - R

CAMPOBELLO ISLAND Welshpool Herring Cove Provincial Park 136 Herring Cove Rd., WELSHPOOL 506-752-7010/1-800-561-0123 herringc@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $28 to $43

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DEER ISLAND Cummings Cove Deer Island Point Park 195 Deer Island Point Rd., CUMMINGS COVE  506-747-2423 deerislandpoint@gmail.com deerislandpointpark.com $28.25 to $33.90

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FUNDY NATIONAL PARK Fundy National Park,  Chignecto North Campground 8822 Route 114, FUNDY NATIONAL PARK 506-887-6000/1-877-737-3783 fundy.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/fundy/activ/camping.aspx $25 to $40 Fundy National Park, Headquarters Campground 11 Headquarters Campground Rd., FUNDY NATIONAL PARK 506-887-6000/1-877-737-3783 fundy.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/fundy/activ/camping.aspx $25 to $40

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dumping station ‡ – for trailers

*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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CAMPGROUNDS: GRAND MANAN ISLAND — SAINT ANDREWS AREA GRAND MANAN ISLAND Grand Manan, North Head Hole-in-the-Wall Park & Campground 42 Old Airport Rd., NORTH HEAD 506-662-3152/1-866-662-4489 hitw@nbnet.nb.ca grandmanancamping.com $28 to $36 The Anchorage Provincial Park 136 Anchorage Rd., GRAND MANAN 506-662-7022/1-800-561-0123 anchoragepark@hotmail.com parcsnbparks.ca $25 to $39

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HOPEWELL CAPE AREA Lower Cape Ponderosa Pines Park 4325 Route 114, LOWER CAPE 506-734-3121/1-800-822-8800 ponderosa@nb.aibn.com ponderosapines.ca $30 to $85

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MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA Berry Mills, Moncton Camper’s City / RV Resort / Killam Prop. Inc. 138 Queensway Dr., MONCTON 506-384-7867/1-877-512-7868 camperscity@killamproperties.com killamleisureliving.com/camperscity $26 to $42 Stonehurst Golf Course & Trailer Park 47915 Homestead Rd., BERRY MILLS 506-852-4162/1-855-295-7464 nryder@nbnet.nb.ca stonehurstcamping.ca $24 to $49

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PENOBSQUIS Pine Cone Trailer Park 506-433-4389

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CAMPGROUNDS I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

SAINT JOHN & AREA — ST. STEPHEN AREA SAINT JOHN & AREA Hardings Point, Saint John Hardings Point Campground Inc. 71 Harding Point Landing Rd.,  HARDINGS POINT 506-763-2517 hardingspointcampground.com $25 to $40

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Rockwood Park Campground 142 Lake Dr., South, SAINT JOHN 506-652-4050 sjhort@nb.aibn.com rockwoodparkcampground.com $28 to $495

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ST. MARTINS Century Farm Family Campground 67 Ocean Wave Dr., ST. MARTINS 506-833-2357/1-866-394-4400 cenfarcg@nbnet.nb.ca centuryfarmcampground.com $28 to $34

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ST. STEPHEN AREA Oak Bay Oak Bay Campground 742 Route 170, OAK BAY 506-466-4999 oakbaycampground@gmail.com oakbay-campground.com $30 to $42

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HERRING COVE PROVINCIAL PARK

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dumping station ‡ – for trailers

*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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SHIPPAGAN

ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

When you have a lifestyle shaped by the sea, what’s not to love? Get ready for a taste of coastal living you won’t find anywhere else. Imagine warm, saltwater beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see. Picture seaside towns, where thousands of festival-goers meet each year to celebrate National Acadian Day with a Tintamarre parade. Can you make it? We’d love to see you there! 84


Dalhousie Chaleur Bay Charlo

Campbellton

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Belledune

Grande-Anse

Beresford

YOU’VE GOTTA

EXPERIENCE THIS!

Pokeshaw

Nigadoo

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Saint-Isidore

WHEN IN ACADIE Wander through charming Acadian villages (pg 93) to learn about this joyful culture.

Shippagan Acadian Peninsula

Tracadie-Sheila Val-Comeau

11 Tabusintac

Neguac 11

BaieSainteAnne

Pointe-Sapin

Kouchibouguac National Park

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Kouchibouguac Acadieville

Escuminac

Hardwicke

St. Margarets

Grab a paddle and hop aboard a canoe for a tour of barrier islands and close encounters with the wildlife (pg 94).

Sainte-MarieSaint-Raphaël Lamèque Island

Pokemouche

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Allardville

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Kick back and relax while we take you on a beach sightseeing excursion (pg 92).

Lamèque

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Paquetville

Bathurst

Petite-Lamèque Pigeon Hill

SaintSimon

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Miramichi

EXPLORE BY LAND AND SEA

Miscou Island BasCaraquet

Bertrand

Pointe-Verte Petit-Rocher

The Acadian Isles

Caraquet Maisonnette

Rogersville Saint-Ignace Camerons Mill

Saint-Louis de Kent 134

Richibucto Richibucto-Village

Rexton

Mundleville Sainte-Annede-Kent

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Bouctouche

Saint-Édouard-de-Kent

475 530

Cocagne Grande-Digue

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Notre-Dame Shediac Bridge MacDougall

Moncton

Shediac

Shemogue Murray Beach Murray Corner 15

Barachois

Cap-Pelé

HauteParlee Aboujagane Beach Pointe-du-Chêne

Dieppe

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Cape Jourimain Cape Tormentine

Port Elgin

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Baie Verte

Aulac

Try your hand at living the Acadian joie de vivre lifestyle (pg 95) and sing along at a kitchen party. Create unique souvenirs with a little help from local artisans (pgs 92, 94 & 95).

‘SHELL’ WE EAT? For drool-worthy lobster experiences, start up in Val-Comeau (pg 93) and work your way down to Shediac (pg 95), stopping everywhere in between, of course.

CARAQUET

WHERE YA

STAYIN’? FOR MORE ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE EXPERIENCES, TURN TO PAGE 91

Journey back to the early 20th century at Hôtel Château Albert in the heart of the Village Historique Acadien, an authentic Acadian experience where old-world charm is a mainstay.

For other memorable places to lay your head, turn to page 114


(insider)

5 tips

MISCOU ISLAND

ON LIVING THE ISLAND LIFE

Sandra’s the perfect guide to help you make the most of your time on Miscou Island. Prepare for the spirit of the island to steal your heart and for the views to take your breath away. And yes, permanent smiles are guaranteed with every visit.

1 Tour the lighthouse. “Miscou lighthouse is a high point of the Acadian Peninsula. Right at the edge, it’s a bit like the keeper of America. The tower is grand and majestic. It’s a landmark. People see and recognize it from far away.”

2 Taste the flavours of the Island. “Right when you get off the bridge, La terrasse à Steve awaits. There you can taste fresh seafood in the great outdoors and meet Steve, the owner. He is quite a character!”

3 Spread your wings and watch the birds. “The Island is a very special world, like land’s end. I like to say that when they get here, birds turn around because there’s nowhere else to go. You can see them by the hundreds playing hide and seek around the lighthouse.”

4 Add colour to the ordinary, just like Acadians do. “In my shows, I talk about life on the Island, but I add a bit of colour to reality. If some things are beige, I add a touch of pink or blue to it.”

5 Feel the magic of the Island. “Sink your toes in the sand, look up to the stars, breathe in the fresh sea breeze and leave with, deep in your heart, the memories of a place a world away from the ordinary.”

Sandra Le Couteur Acadian Chanteuse Photo Credit: Julie D’amour-Léger

DON’T MISS TIPS FROM OUR LOCALS! Get the latest and greatest from Insiders. TourismNB.ca/InsiderSandra


MURRAY BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK, MURRAY CORNER

Eat like

THE LOCALS

Chowders, fried clams, traditional dishes like poutines à trou – which was your favourite? Tag your foodie pics with #ExploreNB to let us know! Can’t get enough? Try this Shrimp Cake recipe at home, care of . . . Chef Christian

PAQUET TourismNB.ca/ChefChristian

PARLEE BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK, SHEDIAC

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LE PAYS DE LA SAGOUINE, BOUCTOUCHE

VIVE L’ACADIE! FOLLOW LE PAYS DE LA SAGOUINE ON TWITTER @sagouine

400 YEARS OF HISTORY

IN LIVING COLOUR Understanding the passion behind this vibrant culture

And of course there’s always a reason to celebrate.

starts with a sensory journey at Le Pays de la Sagouine.

Each year, hundreds of artists come together to

Costumed characters will tell you tales of their ancestry

entertain visitors and locals alike with a never ending

while teaching you traditional recipes. You’ll even get a

musical soundtrack. Pick up a set of spoons and join in!

lesson in the local dialect.

CARAQUET

THAT LOOKS LIKE SO MUCH FUN! SHARE WITH US Tag your pictures and videos of Acadian joie de vivre with

connect with NEW BRUNSWICK

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#EXPLORENB so we can see how much you loved your stay along the Acadian Coastal Drive!


What is Stella Maris?

DREAMING OF

SUMMER?

Wake up seaside and enjoy a sunrise over the water while

you sip your coffee. Spend hours lounging under the sun or take a stroll and let your toes sink into the cool, clean sand before taking a dip in the ocean! Our beaches have the warmest salt water in Canada. We gotta say, you’ve picked a great location for a beach vacation.

TourismNB.ca/Beaches

CITY OF BATHURST

The yellow star on the Acadian flag represents Stella Maris, or “Star of the Sea,” which is the symbol of the Virgin Mary, patron of the mariners and the Acadian people. You’ll be sure to see this display of pride up and down the Acadian coastline.


ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE FESTIVALS & EVENTS ADD THEM TO YOUR CAN’T-MISS LIST! MAY Bathust Chamber Music Festival Beresford FestiVin Caraquet

JUNE Festival des arts visuels en Atlantique (FAVA) Caraquet

JULY

festival!

Bouctouche Shellfish Festival Bouctouche Burnt Church (Esgenoôpetitj) First Nation Powwow Burnt Church

Belledune Days Festival Belledune

Festival acadien de Caraquet Caraquet

Bon Ami Festival Get Together Dalhousie

Saint-Léolin Medieval Festival Saint-Léolin

Festival des châteaux de sable de Le Goulet Le Goulet

Saint-Simon Quilt Exhibit Saint-Simon

Lupin Quilt Fair and Market Port Elgin New Brunswick Fisheries and Aquaculture Festival Shippagan Pabineau First Nation (Oinpegitjoig L’Noeigati) Annual Powwow Pabineau First Nation Provincial Peat Moss Festival Lamèque

CAN’T-MISS

AUGUST

Eel River Bar (Ugpi’ganjig) First Nation Powwow Eel River Bar First Nation

Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival Lamèque

Caraquet

Summer Splash Charlo

Bathurst Hospitality Days Bathurst

Festival des rameurs Petit-Rocher

FESTIVAL ACADIEN DE CARAQUET

Summer Breezes Festival Port Elgin

Richibucto Scallop Festival Richibucto Shediac International Flea Market Shediac Shediac Lobster Festival Shediac

SEPTEMBER Acadians’ Oktoberfest in Bertrand Bertrand Annual Elsipogtog First Nation Powwow Big Cove Bay of Chaleur Drawing & Painting Symposium Balmoral Charlo Fall Fair Charlo Fall Colours Festival Saint-Antoine Saint-Isidore Regional Agricultural Fair Saint-Isidore

OCTOBER Bertrand Tradition Festival Bertrand Festival Moisson d’ART Tracadie-Sheila

Be part of one of the biggest Acadian cultural events of the year and book your stay around the Festival acadien de Caraquet. Days are filled with music, dancing and tasty traditional food. Then, it all ends with a bang at the renowned Tintamarre noisemaking parade. Thousands of visitors and hundreds of performers join in on the fun each year!

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GET THE DETAILS AT TOURISMNEWBRUNSWICK.CA


EXPERIENCES I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE The Acadian Isles

Charlo

1

YOU’VE GOTTA

Pointe-Verte Petit-Rocher

EXPERIENCE THIS!

Beresford

Bertrand

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Caraquet

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Bathurst

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Lamèque

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Acadian Peninsula

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Allardville

13 Val-Comeau 14 Tabusintac

Catch a beach taxi, go birdwatching with a local expert, or join an island treasure hunt. New friends and lasting memories are made along the Acadian Coastal Drive. You’ll find some of the tastiest seafood, one-of-a-kind festivals, and can’t-miss cultural events with plenty of joie de vivre to spare.

Hardwicke

Escuminac

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Culinary Experience

Outdoor Experience

Learning Experience

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Miramichi Kouchibouguac National Park

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Acadieville

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Bouctouche

Notre-Dame

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Cocagne

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Moncton

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Parlee Beach

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Cap-Pelé

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Murray Beach

Pointe-du-Chêne

Dieppe

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Beekeeper’s Journey Miellerie Charlo Honeyhouse

Put on your beekeeper suit, visit bees in their natural environment and help with the production line. Take home a special honeybee product.

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Seaside Culinary Retreat Gîte Toutes Saisons B&B

Relax seaside for two nights on Chaleur Bay and join the B&B owners to explore food from the woods, garden and seashore to create a locally inspired dinner.

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$10-$20 280 Craig Rd., Charlo charlohoney.com 506-684-2872

Starting at $329/couple 10 Des Oiseaux St., Pointe-Verte 506-783-3122

Mackerel Mania

L’Acadien Sea Adventures

Master Captain Charles’ sure-fire catching techniques during this spectacular mackerel fishing expedition. Learn how to prepare the filets for cooking, ‘New Brunswick style.’

$20/person 19 Du Havre St., Petit-Rocher motelacadiensurmer.ca 1-877-783-1755

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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Beach Taxi Promenade Town of Beresford

An entirely different sightseeing excursion! Relax in a bicycle-powered taxi as a local guide tells stories of the area’s nature, culture and history.

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Blooms, Birds and Butterflies Daly Point Nature Reserve

Join a local expert to explore a protected site that attracts a large variety of birds, butterflies and mammals; snack included.

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Starting at $20 218 Parc Est St., Beresford beresford.ca/en/home.aspx 506-542-2727

$20/person 2105 Carron Dr., Bathurst bathurst.ca 506-548-0778

Hit the Links with a Local Ambassador

Gowan Brae Golf & Country Club This 18-hole round, with a power cart, is made special because you’ll be joined by a local ambassador with great stories, followed by a great meal!

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$95/person 150 Youghall Dr., Bathurst 506-546-2707

Be Inspired by the Bay, Be an Artist for the Day Chal-Baie Artisan Boutique

Find your inspiration in the green and blue hues of the beautiful Chaleur Bay and join local artisans to create your own piece of art.

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The Life of a Musher Sled Dog Adventures

Grow your appreciation for the “musher” culture with this behind the scenes visit with the dogs at the kennel and walk along the trail with an expert musher.

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

Min. $25 to Max. $45 5586 Route 134, Allardville 506-583-1717

Make an Acadian Memory Village historique acadien

A day at this living museum portraying the lives of Acadians from 1770 to 1949 will have you taking home a long-lasting Acadian memory.

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$35/person 24 Douglas Ave., Bathurst bathurst.ca 506-548-8641

Min. $15.93 to Max. $37.61 5 du Pont St., Bertrand 1-877-721-2200


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The Tintamarre Workshops Festival acadien de Caraquet

Local artists conduct workshops to help you create your own costume, mask or noise-maker to take with you to the Acadian Day celebration.

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Natural Awakening

Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula

Experience the wonder of nature, using all of your senses, on this guided tour of the 5 unique ecosystems found on the Acadian Peninsula.

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Two Islands, A Thousand Treasures

Camping Plage Val-Comeau

$40-$60 504 Parc de Val-Comeau Rd., Val-Comeau sn2000.nb.ca/comp/ camping-valcomeau 1-866-393-7150

Follow the Steps of Charlotte Taylor Tabusintac Centennial Library and Museum

Step back in time with the ‘Mother of Tabusintac,’ Charlotte Taylor, as you visit historic sites once inhabited by her in the 1800s.

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$4-$8 65 Du Ruisseau St., Lamèque ilesacadiennes.ca 506-344-3222

Live the Life of a Lobster Fisher

Step on board a traditional fishing boat to learn the secrets of the trade; your hard work is rewarded with a shoreside lobster feast!

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$8-$25 65 Du Ruisseau St., Lamèque parcecologique.ca/en 506-344-3223

Treasure Hunt on Acadian Islands

Discover the hidden treasures and tales of Lamèque and Miscou Islands as you venture out on a treasure hunt including stops at natural, cultural and historical attractions.

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Free 220 St-Pierre Blvd. West, Caraquet festivalacadien.ca 506-727-2787

$10/person 4490 Route 11, Tabusintac tabusintac.ca 506-779-1918

“Still Fishing” – A Documentary of Escuminac’s Seafaring History Myers Church

Take this opportunity to do a deep dive into the story of this seafaring community and how the loss of 35 fishermen at sea in 1959 shaped their culture.

Freewill offering 193 Hardwicke Rd., Hardwicke 506-228-4223

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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Beachcombing for Art Escuminac Beach and Family Park

Create a piece of beach art from natural and recyclable treasures on this beachcombing excursion. Take it home or add it to the environmental tree. Reservations required.

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Visit a Real Working Wharf Escuminac Wharf Authority

Listen to the history of the fishery and the stories these fishermen have to tell, including the Escuminac Disaster, at the largest inshore working wharf in Canada.

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Kouchibouguac National Park

$35/person 186 Route 117, Kouchibouguac pc.gc.ca/kouchibouguac 506-876-2443

Bear with us

Little, Big Bear Safari

Meet the ‘Bear Man’ and view magnificent black bears from a safe vantage point, above ground in a comfortable observation tower.

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Free (donations accepted) 205 Escuminac Point Rd., Escuminac 506-228-3338

Voyageur Canoe Adventure

Paddle to sandy barrier islands with other adventurers on board our Voyageur Canoe. Be on the lookout for seals, terns, ospreys, bald eagles and much more.

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Min. $22 to Max. $60 301 Escuminac Point Rd., Escuminac 1-877-228-4599

$15-$99 4120 Route 480, Acadieville bearsafari.com 506-775-2354

Afternoon Vineyard Tour and Wine-Tasting Richibucto River Wine Estate

Plan a perfect afternoon with a tour of the vineyard, with “insider” access to the wine-making area followed by a sampling of 5 wines.

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The Beauty Project Savonnerie Olivier Soapery

Get an insider’s look at the soapery and our beauty lab, then create a personalized beauty routine and three just-for-you products.

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

$10/person 940 Route 495, Mundleville 506-523-9056

$30-$80 851 Route 505, Sainte-Anne-de-Kent oliviersoaps.com 506-743-8938


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L’Acadie through your 5 Senses Le Pays de la Sagouine

Dance, laugh and celebrate with the characters of “La Sagouine” at their charming village and you’ll know exactly what we mean by Acadian joie de vivre.

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Feel the Rush Skydive Moncton

Your heart pounds as you fall toward earth from the airplane with your instructor; you feel the parachute opening and float safely down.

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Wildabout Wampum Studio and Boutique

Croisières Shediac Bay Cruises

$42.04-$61.50 60 Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf Rd., Pointe-du-Chêne lobstertales.ca 1-888-894-2002

Inside the Life of a Lobster Homarus Eco-Centre

Learn about the life of the lobster, from baby larvae to full blown crustacean, and the Shediac Bay ecosystem with this biologist-led, hands-on experience.

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$45/person 4879 Route 134, Cocagne wildaboutwampum.com 506-576-5445

Lobster Tales: A Culinary Cruise

Learn all about lobster fishing from a local, then indulge in a mouth-watering lobster feast aboard the roomy Ambassador.

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$265 780 Falconer Rd., Notre-Dame skydivemoncton.com 506-858-0675

Wild About Wampum

Hear stories about wampum as you uncover the hidden beauty of the quahog, colour so stunning you create your own souvenir pendant!

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$15/person; $20/adult 57 Acadie St., Bouctouche 1-800-561-9188

$2-$5 Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf, Pointe-du-Chêne ecocentrehomarus.org 506-878-9315

Cap-Pelé Guided Tours with Artemise Cap-Pelé Visitor Information Centre

A guided tour that will truly connect you with the colourful history and culture of this unique Acadian village.

$10/adult; $5/student 2463 Acadie Rd., Cap-Pelé cap-pele.com/home.cfm 506-577-2017

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THINGS TO DO

Ready to explore more of what the Acadian Coastal Drive has to offer? Whatever you like – tasty morsels, historical sites, clam digging or discovery beaches – there’s something here for you.

CITY OF CAMPBELLTON

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Campbellton, see page 206 in the Appalachian Range Route section.

DALHOUSIE Dalhousie is New Brunswick’s most northern community and one of the prettiest towns in Eastern Canada. Take advantage of the many activities here!

ARTISTIC STOPS EAST WIND BOUTIQUE

CHARLO

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Located in Inch Arran Park, the East Wind Boutique and Christmas Shoppe offer handmade gift items. Open: mid-June to early September and mid-October to December 24th from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.


THINGS TO DO I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE 125 Inch Arran Ave. 506-684-5626 east-wind-boutique@outlook.com east-wind-boutique.weebly.com

HERITAGE STOPS RESTIGOUCHE REGIONAL MUSEUM

BEACH STOPS INCH ARRAN PARK

Located just steps from the Bay of Chaleur, at the mouth of the Restigouche River, our campground has 48 lots available to campers. Take advantage of our beautiful beach and playground with full services. 125 Inch Arran Ave. 506-684-7363/1-800-576-4455 reception@dalhousie.ca dalhousie.ca $21 to $45

COASTAL STOPS INCH ARRAN LIGHTHOUSE (BON AMI)

Your introduction to Restigouche. Permanent and temporary displays explain local area. Gift shop, books, research facilities. Programs include “Stories in Stone: History in the Graveyard,” tales of pioneers and heroes. Reservations required. 115 George St. 506-684-7490 gurrm@nbnet.nb.ca restimuse.org

CHARLO Don’t miss picturesque Charlo, with its sandy beaches, hiking/biking trails, natural beauty, ocean activities and modern amenities.

ARTISTIC STOPS MIELLERIE CHARLO HONEYHOUSE 506-684-2872 Want the best experience? See page 91

BEACH STOPS CHARLO BEACH

The Inch Arran Point Lighthouse was built in 1870. Most photographed building in town. Inch Arran Avenue 506-684-7363/1-800-576-4455 reception@dalhousie.ca dalhousie.ca

FOODIE STOPS RESTIGOUCHE FARMERS’ MARKET

Unsupervised saltwater beach with change house, washrooms, food service and picnic area. 7 Chaleur St. 506-684-7850 vcharlo@nbnet.nb.ca villagecharlo.com

HERITAGE STOPS CHARLO SALMONID ENHANCEMENT CENTRE 506-684-3050 Welcome to the Restigouche Farmers’ market, home of your Saturday morning. You will find there is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for bakery items, local produce, or arts and crafts. 357 Miller Blvd. 506-685-5230

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS CHARLO AVENTURIERS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE 506-826-9243

BELLEDUNE Sandy beaches, fishing, tranquility, natural beauty and so much more. Come discover the treasures that await you in Belledune.

ARTISTIC STOPS KIZZY-VILA SOAPS & LAVI POTTERY 506-237-5021

LANDRY’S BIRDSEYE BOWLS 506-522-5512

BEACH STOPS JACQUET RIVER BEACH 506-237-3239

ROHERTY POINT BEACH Unsupervised saltwater beach with picnic area and walking trails. Route 134 506-522-3700

DALHOUSIE

NATURE STOPS JACQUET RIVER SALMON CONSERVATION BARRIER 506-237-3984

POINTE-VERTE A charming seaside community characterized by the coastal landscape and long-time fishing industry. Enjoy recreational activities and sunset beach walks.

FOODIE STOPS GÎTE TOUTES SAISONS B&B

Want the best experience? See page 91

PARK STOPS ATLAS PARK Exceptionally clear 33-m (108-ft.) deep lake perfect for diving and boating. Wharfs, picnic area, licensed terrace. Walking trails and other on-site sporting activities. 145 de la Gare St. 506-783-3717

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THINGS TO DO I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

PETIT-ROCHER

BERESFORD

Acadian municipality on the coast of Chaleur Bay. Mines and Minerals Interpretation Centre; recreational park, beach, picnic facilities and games.

Bilingual community with a magnificent view of the marsh. Ideal spots for birdwatching and photography. Beach with boardwalk, trails and services.

BEACH STOPS

BEACH STOPS

BEACH PARK

BERESFORD BEACH

Unsupervised saltwater beach with outdoor showers, washrooms, picnic tables, volleyball courts and horseshoe pitches. 353 Principale St. 506-542-2686

Unsupervised saltwater beach with washrooms, picnic tables, canteen, outdoor stage and toys for children. Enjoy the hiking trail and observation tower. Parc Street East 506-542-2727

HERITAGE STOPS

FOODIE STOPS

MINES AND MINERALS INTERPRETATION CENTRE OF NEW BRUNSWICK

BERESFORD ECOFRIENDLY FARMERS’ MARKET 506-542-2727

NATURE STOPS BERESFORD MARSH AND ENVIRONMENT INTERPRETATION CIRCUIT 506-542-2727

WILDLIFE STOPS Guided tours, exhibits, educational games and visual projections. Simulation of an underground descent is a highlight. Open everyday in July and August. 397 Principale St. 506-542-2672 petit-rocher@nb.aibn.com petit-rocher.ca $1 to $12

BERESFORD MUNICIPAL BEACH PARK

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS L’ACADIEN SEA ADVENTURES

506-783-1755 Want the best experience? See page 91

NIGADOO Nigadoo, which means hiding place or refuge, is rich in history and entertainment for a memorable family holiday!

Hiking trail with wooden footbridge, picnic tables and observation tower. Up to 54 species of birds have been observed at the Beresford Beach. 218 Parc St. East 506-542-2727 info@beresford.ca beresford.ca/home.aspx Want the best experience? See page 92

PARK STOPS PARC DU VIEUX MOULIN Municipal Park on the riverside. Interpretative signs, covered picnic tables, restrooms, freshwater swimming beach. 302 des Boudreau St. 506-542-2626

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CITY OF

BATHURST

THE CITY BY THE HARBOUR AWAITS!

Experience all the city of Bathurst has to offer! As the centre of northeastern New Brunswick, Bathurst has everything you are looking for on your next getaway – excellent accommodations, fine cuisine, and outdoor adventures galore! Situated on the beautiful Chaleur Bay, we welcome you to explore our saltwater beaches and enjoy our succulent seafood. Our great location makes us the perfect home base for discovering northern New Brunswick – it is only a short drive to top New Brunswick attractions. For a truly unique Bathurst experience, visit our downtown waterfront eateries, boutiques and local artists situated next to our Visitor Information Centre. 506-856-4366/1-800-363-4558 l city.tourism@bathurst.ca l bathurst.ca l

ARTISTIC STOPS BAY BREEZE ART GALLERY

24 Douglas Ave. 506-548-8641 chalbaie@bathurst.ca bathurst.ca

GOLF STOPS GOWAN BRAE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

Want the best experience? See page 92

BEACH STOPS YOUGHALL BEACH PARK

Waterfront gallery displaying original works of art by northern New Brunswick artists. Watercolour, pottery, jewellery and more. Art workshops offered throughout the year. 82 Douglas St. 506-546-6937 rimaron@nbnet.nb.ca baybreezeart.ca

CHAL-BAIE ARTISAN BOUTIQUE

Authentic products created by local artisans. Jewellery, fibre art, woodcarving, photography and more. Located on Promenade Waterfront.

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Youghall beach is a supervised saltwater beach located at the majestic Bathurst Harbour. Change rooms, canteen, washrooms, boardwalk and a marina. 1525 Queen Elizabeth Dr. 506-548-0410 kcregionalcenter@bathurst.ca bathurst.ca

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

18-hole championship golf course located on the beautiful Bay of Chaleur. The golf course offers water views on 16 of 18 holes with four sets of tees. 150 Youghall Dr. 506-546-2707 golfing@gowanbraegolf.nb.ca gowanbrae.ca $40 to $60 Want the best experience? See page 92

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THINGS TO DO I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE SQUIRE GREEN GOLF CLUB

NEPISIGUIT CENTENNIAL MUSEUM/CULTURAL CENTRE Local history comes alive at the Nepisiguit Centennial Museum and Cultural Centre where artefacts and genealogical documents are accessible. 360 Douglas Ave. 506-546-9449

NATURE STOPS 9 holes. Challenging par 36; pro shop and driving range. The course is 3,128 m (3,421 yd.), with beautiful views. 805 Golf St. 506-546-5444/506-543-0580 squiregreen@hotmail.ca squiregreen.com $16 to $24

HERITAGE STOPS BATHURST HERITAGE MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES

Stop by for a small booklet of special points of interest to all visitors, including everything from heritage homes to the Daly Point Nature Reserve. 360 Douglas Ave. 506-546-9449 bhtc@nb.aibn.com bathurstheritage.ca

BATHURST WAR MUSEUM

Artefacts from the First World War, Second World War, Korean War and Gulf War. First World War trench exhibit. 575 St. Peter Ave. 506-546-3135 bathurstlegion@bellaliant.com hermanjgoodvc.tripod.com/ourbranch.html

ACADIAN PENINSULA TRAIL (BATHURST TO TRACADIE-SHEILA) Part of the Sentier NB Trail. Follows the Acadian coastal area from Bathurst to Tracadie-Sheila. Wildlife viewing. St. Mary’s Street, heading east 1-800-526-7070

CITY OF BATHURST TRAILS 506-548-0444

PARK STOPS PROMENADE WATERFRONT

Explore the boardwalks and walkways to experience our unique galleries, shops, boutiques and delicious restaurants. 86 Douglas Ave. 506-548-0412/1-877-548-1966 city.tourism@bathurst.ca bathurst.ca/services.php?id=6

WILDLIFE STOPS DALY POINT NATURE RESERVE

A 40.5-ha (100-acre) park; 6 km (4 mi.) of trails amidst a variety of flora and fauna, including the rare Maritime Ringlet butterfly. 2105 Carron Dr. 506-548-0778 city.tourism@bathurst.ca bathurst.ca/services.php?id=8 Want the best experience? See page 92

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POKESHAW

ARTISTIC STOPS RÉJEANNE GODIN MORIN ART GALLERY

Auberge de la Baie Caraquet

• Waterfront property • 50 rooms • Breakfast à la carte in a lovely Dining Room • Lounge • Meeting facilities • Acadian Historical Village and other major attractions nearby

139 St-Pierre Boulevard Ouest Caraquet, NB E1W 1B7 Tel: 506 727-3485 • Fax: 506 727-3634 aubergebaie@hotmail.ca

BEACH STOPS

506-727-4236

POKESHAW PARK BEACH

HERITAGE STOPS

Unsupervised saltwater swimming beach. Scenic lookout, cormorant nesting site, and wind- and wave-carved shoreline. Wildlife viewing. Route 11, west of Grande-Anse 506-732-5929

ALLARDVILLE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS SLED DOG ADVENTURES

506-726-2126

VILLAGE HISTORIQUE ACADIEN

GRANDE-ANSE Ocean excursions, fishing and boating are just a few of the activities that await in this charming seaside town!

BEACH STOPS GRANDE-ANSE BEACH Magnificent unsupervised saltwater beach with change house, washrooms, food service, children’s play area and picnic area. Route 11, east end of the village 506-732-3256 village@grande-anse.net grande-anse.net $3

PLAGE DU QUAI ∞∞∞

MUSÉE DE LA BIÈRE

Unsupervised saltwater beach with washrooms and food services. High cliffs provide a scenic backdrop to this beach along the coast of Chaleur Bay. Portuaire Street 506-732-3256

HERITAGE STOPS FOUNDING CULTURES MUSEUM

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Experience l’Acadie! Authentic historical site, showing the lives of Acadians of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. 5 du Pont St. 506-726-2600/1-877-721-2200 vha@gnb.ca vhanb.ca $8 to $42.50 Want the best experience? See page 92

MAISONNETTE An excellent location for a quiet vacation in a natural setting.

BEACH STOPS MAISONNETTE PARK BEACH Unsupervised saltwater beach with washrooms, food service, playground and picnic area. Warm water beach sheltered from waves and wind by a grassy dune. 1512 Châtillon St. 506-726-2717

CARAQUET Dogsledding tours and getaways with experienced guide. Drive your own team or sit back and enjoy the winter scenery. Kennel tours in the summer. 5586 Route 134 506-583-1717/450-531-1126 info@snowdogadventures.com snowdogadventures.com/en/welcome $45 to $1590

From the natives who first lived on these lands, to the French, British, Irish and Scottish who came and still live here – discover how Acadia now glows in charming little coastal villages like Grande-Anse. 184 Acadie St. 506-732-3003 museedespapes@nb.aibn.com museedespapes.ca $4 to $17

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ARTISTIC STOPS THÉÂTRE POPULAIRE D’ACADIE 506-727-0920

ENTERTAINMENT STOPS FESTIVAL ACADIEN DE CARAQUET

BERTRAND Bertrand is a lively village surrounded by nature; birdwatching, biking trail, rest area and various events; Village historique acadien nearby.

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Located on the coast, Caraquet combines Acadian and Maritime charm and is host to one of the most popular festivals in North America.

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

Want the best experience? See page 93

HERITAGE STOPS ÉCO-MUSÉE DE L’HUÎTRE 506-727-3226


THINGS TO DO I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE MUSÉE ACADIEN DE CARAQUET

POKEMOUCHE GOLF STOPS GOLF POKEMOUCHE 506-727-3577

SHIPPAGAN Features the history and culture of the Acadian Peninsula from the arrival of the first settlers up to the present day. 15 St-Pierre Blvd. East 506-726-2682 svl@nb.sympatico.ca museecaraquet.ca $1 to $3

SAINTE-ANNE-DU-BOCAGE SHRINE Pilgrimage site and historic monument dedicated to the memory of the first Acadians who settled in the area after the Deportation. 579 St-Pierre Blvd. West 506-727-3212

BAS-CARAQUET This seaside community has a full-service family beach, so plan to spend some time by the sea.

BEACH STOPS BAS-CARAQUET MUNICIPAL BEACH Saltwater beach with food, change houses, washrooms, showers, playground, aquatic park, barbecue and picnic areas. 2859 Lanteigne St. 506-726-2776

SAINT-SIMON

Discover the attractions, festivities and marine life of this charming Acadian town that moves to the rhythms of the sea.

BEACH STOPS CAMPING SHIPPAGAN BEACH 506-336-3960

COASTAL STOPS OLD PORTAGE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE Established in 1869. Original wooden salt-shaker tower lighthouse; not open for interior visits, but can be viewed from outside. 100 de l’Aquarium St. 506-336-3013

HERITAGE STOPS NICOLAS-DENYS HISTORICAL SOCIETY INC. The Société Historique Nicolas-Denys Inc. serves northeastern New Brunswick, a region extending from Belledune to Neguac. Open to the public, free of charge. 218 J. D. Gauthier Blvd., Unit 061 506-336-3461

WILDLIFE STOPS NEW BRUNSWICK AQUARIUM AND MARINE CENTRE

HERITAGE STOPS SAINT-SIMON HERITAGE AND CULTURAL INTERPRETATION CENTRE

Atlantic Canada’s largest public aquarium. Discover an astonishing variety of fish and invertebrate species, such as seals and blue lobsters. 100 de l’Aquarium St. 506-336-3013 aquarium@gnb.ca aquariumnb.ca $6 to $26.50 Discover the exhibit on Saint-Simon’s captain, Limoges porcelain, fossils, clam digging and go kayaking. 48 Le Bouthiller Rd. 506-602-0119/506-720-0406 epavebaiesaintsimoninc@gmail.com $1 to $25

LE GOULET This small village by the sea has a natural, unsupervised beach with showers, changing rooms and observation tower. Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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BEACH STOPS

PIGEON HILL

LE GOULET BEACH Unsupervised saltwater swimming beach with washrooms, showers, gazebo and picnic area. Dunes and coastal interpretation site with birdwatching observation tower. 1295 Principale St. 506-336-3272

SAINTE-MARIESAINT-RAPHAËL This quiet, friendly village offers a beautiful ocean view. Visit the magnificent beach.

BEACH STOPS SAINTE-MARIE-SAINT-RAPHAËL BEACH Unsupervised saltwater, sandy beach with washrooms, showers, parking, picnic area and playground. 1360 de la Mer Blvd. 506-344-3210

LAMÈQUE ISLAND

FILS DU ROY DISTILLERY

BEACH STOPS PIGEON HILL BEACH Unsupervised saltwater, sand and stone beach, with washrooms at wharf, canteen and birdwatching. Route 305 506-344-5973

MISCOU ISLAND The road less travelled leads here . . . to shores of unspoiled and uncommon beauty . . . home to a spectacular beach.

BEACH STOPS MISCOU BEACH Unsupervised dunes and discovery beach. Parking and washrooms on site. Gallien Road, east of Miscou Island 506-344-7203

WILSON POINT BEACH

With the most French flavour in New Brunswick, Lamèque Island is vibrant with colours of the peat bogs which abound in this area in the fall.

Perfect beach for long walks, exceptional sand dunes and many birdwatching opportunities. Wilson Point Road, east of Miscou Island 506-344-7203

ARTISTIC STOPS

COASTAL STOPS

TWO ISLANDS, A THOUSAND TREASURES

MISCOU ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

506-344-3223 Want the best experience? See page 93

PARK STOPS ECOLOGICAL PARK OF THE ACADIAN PENINSULA

FOODIE STOPS

Lighthouse erected in 1856, still active. Original octagonal, wooden tower. Visit this light and enjoy the sweeping view from the top. 13300 Route 113 506-344-7203

Acadie’s first distillery produces high-quality and affordable spirits, including whiskies, gins and even absinthe, with unique and new flavours that appeal to all tastes. 599 Principal Rd. 506-764-2046 info@distilleriefilsduroy.com distilleriefilsduroy.com

SAINT-ISIDORE This charming community boasts several successful industries and offers trails, history and Acadian hospitality.

ARTISTIC STOPS POTERIE MONIQUE DUCLOS POTTERY 506-358-6981

HERITAGE STOPS SAINT-ISIDORE MUSEUM

PAQUETVILLE Birthplace of singer/songwriter, Édith Butler, situated inland and surrounded by the Caraquet and Pokemouche rivers (great for sport-fishing enthusiasts). Remarkable stone church.

HERITAGE STOPS Awakening to nature – Ecological Park of the Acadian Peninsula. Let all your senses dazzle you while enjoying a guided tour of our nature trail. 65 du Ruisseau St. 506-344-3223/506-340-1908 parcecologique@lameque.ca parcecologique.ca/en $8 to $13

HALL OF FAME

PARK STOPS MINERAL SPRINGS PARK

Want the best experience? See page 93

PETITE-LAMÈQUE ARTISTIC STOPS SENTIER MAGIQUE DE SCULPTURES 506-344-2600

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Exhibits depict the community, agricultural and forestry history of northeastern New Brunswick. Museum is located nearby a magnificent historical church that can also be toured. 3942 des Fondateurs Blvd. 506-393-9764/506-393-9764 sduclos@nb.sympatico.ca rmne.ca/en/content/saint-isidore-church-and-museum $2 to $5

An exhibition about the life and accomplishments of the most distinguished citizens of Paquetville, including popular singer, Édith Butler. 1094 du Parc St. 506-764-2500 ghislain.comeau@villagepaquetville.com villagepaquetville.com

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Arboretum with 2.5 km (1.5 mi.) of nature and birdwatching trails. Rest areas and different varieties of trees. 25 de l’Aréna St. 506-358-6005


THINGS TO DO I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

TRACADIE-SHEILA

TABUSINTAC

This charming town sits in the heart of Acadia, where natural beauty and Acadian hospitality abound.

FOODIE STOPS

FOODIE STOPS

TABUSINTAC COUNTRY MARKET

TRACADIE-SHEILA MARKET 506-394-4020

HERITAGE STOPS TRACADIE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

The museum presents Tracadie’s leprosarium history which recounts the events that marked this region. 399-222 du Couvent St. 506-393-6366 museehis@nb.sympatico.ca musee-tracadie.com $2 to $5

Saturdays from June to mid-October. Breakfast, locally grown produce, home-baked goods, preserves, jewellery, aprons, fudge. Local community gathering place. 2-66 Hierlihy Rd. 506-625-2512 gailbean66@gmail.com tabusintac.info $10 to $20

GOLF STOPS TABUSINTAC REGIONAL GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB

NATURE STOPS ACADIAN PENINSULA TRAIL (TRACADIE-SHEILA TO BATHURST)

TABUSINTAC CENTENNIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

Whatever brings you amongst us, be it pleasure or business, we have everything to accommodate you: a modern convention centre, 50 cozy and inviting cottages, 20 spacious guest rooms and the SPA Wellness Centre Les Deux Rivières.

1.866.394.4050 deuxrivieres.ca

506-779-4653

HERITAGE STOPS

Situated in downtown Tracadie-Sheila, while benefiting from the calm surroundings of the bay of Tracadie, the Deux Rivières Resort welcomes you to the Acadian peninsula, in North-Eastern New Brunswick.

100, rue Deux Riviéres Tracadie-Sheila

TABUSINTAC INTERPRETIVE CENTRE LIGHTHOUSE

Part of the Sentier NB Trail. Follows the Acadian coastal area from Tracadie-Sheila to Bathurst. Wildlife viewing. De la Block Street 1-800-526-7070

VAL-COMEAU BEACH STOPS VAL-COMEAU BEACH Unsupervised saltwater beach with change rooms, washrooms, playground and picnic areas. 2-km (1-mi.) stretch of golden sand. Campground nearby. 504 Parc de Val-Comeau Rd. 506-393-7150

Originally the first Methodist Church in the area and later New Brunswick’s second rural high school. Family trees, cemetery and church records available. 4490 Route 11 506-779-1918 tabusintaclibrarym@bellalaint.com tabusintac.info

FOODIE STOPS

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CAMPING PLAGE VAL-COMEAU

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Interpretation Centre acts as a hub of information about tourism attractions and community events in the area. 4538 Route 11 506-779-9280 tabusintac.lighthouse1@gmail.com tabusintac.info

WILDLIFE STOPS TABUSINTAC LAGOON AND ESTUARY Designated an international Ramsar wetland site. Its 4,100 ha (10,131 acres) attracts a variety of waterfowl. 2 km (1 mi.) of hiking trail. Route 460 at Gaythorne 506-779-8249

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NEGUAC This peaceful and cultural village is the Savoie capital of the world and the gateway to the Acadian Peninsula.

BEACH STOPS ÎLE-AUX-FOINS PARK

ESCUMINAC

FOODIE STOPS KOUCHIBOUGUAC FARMERS MARKET

BEACH STOPS

506-876-4377

ESCUMINAC BEACH AND FAMILY PARK

NATURE STOPS

506-228-4532 Want the best experience? See page 94

Unsupervised saltwater beach with shallow water, playground, picnic area, observation tower, trails, boardwalk and floating bridges. Joseph Street 506-776-3950

HERITAGE STOPS

PARK STOPS

POINTE-SAPIN

ESCUMINAC WHARF AUTHORITY 506-228-3338 Want the best experience? See page 94

KOUCHIBOUGUAC RIVER NO. 2 (FOOTBRIDGE) Built in 1988, this footbridge is 45 m (148 ft.) in length. Route 11, Exit 75 North, on Power House and Kouchibouguac Bye roads.

PARK STOPS KOUCHIBOUGUAC NATIONAL PARK

RICHELIEU MUNICIPAL PARK The park is located in the heart of Neguac. See the Savoie Monument, gazebo, picnic tables, washrooms and a canteen. 705 Principale St. 506-776-3950

WILDLIFE STOPS NEGUAC BIRD SANCTUARY (ÎLE-AUX-FOINS PARK) Birdwatching, boardwalks and interpretative signs that explain the flora and fauna within the park. Joseph Street 506-776-3950

CITY OF MIRAMICHI

BEACH STOPS POINTE-SAPIN BEACH Unsupervised saltwater and sandy beach. Route 117 506-876-3302

COASTAL STOPS POINTE-SAPIN LIGHTHOUSE (REAR RANGE) (Est. in 1903) Original wooden salt-shaker tower. Yellow navigation light. 3273 Route 117 West

ST. MARGARETS GOLF STOPS ST. MARGARETS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

With endless golden sand dunes that brush with the warmest saltwater beach north of Virginia, Kouchibouguac National Park is a mosaic of breathtaking views, fascinating wildlife and awesome experiences. 186 Route 117 506-876-2443/1-888-773-8888 kouch.info@pc.gc.ca parkscanada.gc.ca/kouchibouguac $4 to $21 Want the best experience? See page 94

506-778-8547

KOUCHIBOUGUAC BEACH STOPS For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Miramichi, see page 188 in the Miramichi River Route section.

HERITAGE STOPS

KELLYS BEACH

MONUMENT NOTRE-DAME DE L’ASSOMPTION PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

506-876-2443

Historical importance commemorating the work of Msgr. Marcel-François Richard, a significant figure in the Acadian cultural revival of the late 19th century. 2 Saint-Joseph St. 506-775-2898

HERITAGE STOPS MYERS CHURCH

506-228-4223 Want the best experience? See page 93

BEACH STOPS SANDY POINT PARK BEACH Sandy beach on a saltwater bay where you can relax and have fun. A canteen service is also available. Route 117

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The Acadian people of this region invite you to spend a day within the serene borders of this French village.

CALLANDERS BEACH

HARDWICKE

BAIE-SAINTE-ANNE

ROGERSVILLE

Go for a dip in some of Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches north of Virginia at Kouchibouguac National Park! 186 Route 117 506-876-2443/1-888-773-8888 kouch.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/kouchibouguac $4 to $21

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THINGS TO DO I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

ACADIEVILLE

BEACH STOPS

RICHIBUCTO RIVER MUSEUM 506-523-7615

JARDINE MUNICIPAL PARK

WILDLIFE STOPS

MUNDLEVILLE

LITTLE, BIG BEAR SAFARI

FOODIE STOPS RICHIBUCTO RIVER WINE ESTATE

Bear-viewing at its best! An unforgettable journey among bears while learning from the “bear man!” 4120 Route 480 506-775-2354 info@bearsafari.com bearsafari.com $15.90 to $115.25 Want the best experience? See page 94

SAINT-IGNACE GOLF STOPS SAINT-IGNACE GOLF CLUB 506-876-3737

Unsupervised saltwater beach with change house, washrooms, food service, showers, playground and picnic area. 45 Park Dr. 506-523-7874 vtrcto@nb.aibn.com richibucto.org $3 to $15

RICHIBUCTOVILLAGE

Tour, taste and buy award-winning wines at this lush estate, featuring 8 ha (20 acres) of grapes with a view of the Richibucto River! 940 Route 495 506-523-9056 ahudson@nbnet.nb.ca RichibuctoRiverWineEstate.com

COASTAL STOPS

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RICHIBUCTO HEAD LIGHTHOUSE Established in 1864. Altered in 1988. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. Cap-Lumière Road 506-523-6988

CAMERONS MILL

REXTON

HERITAGE STOPS

A small community with a rich heritage, the town boasts many historical sites, festivals, crafts, shops and community events.

KOUCHIBOUGUACIS RIVER NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (CAMERONS MILL) Built in 1950, this covered bridge is 42 m (136 ft.) in length. Route 11, Exit 69, Saint-Ignace Road West 12.7 km (7.9 mi.), Camerons Mill Cross Road, at Camerons Mill, near Saint-Ignace.

HERITAGE STOPS GROTTO AND CALVARY 506-876-3420

RICHIBUCTO This charming seaside community has a rich and vibrant history and a beautiful coastal landscape. Come for a relaxing vacation or exciting adventure!

GRAHAM CREEK COVERED BRIDGE (GRAHAM, TOM) Built in 1928, this covered bridge is 41 m (135 ft.) in length. Route 11, Exit 53, Route 134 West 1.6 km (0.99 mi.), Route 495 South 6.7 km (4 mi.), Route 470 South 1.3 km (0.81 mi.), Route 510 West 3.3 km (2 mi.), at Mundleville, near Rexton.

SAINTE-ANNEDE-KENT

HERITAGE STOPS BONAR LAW COMMON

ARTISTIC STOPS SAVONNERIE OLIVIER SOAPERY

SAINT-LOUIS DE KENT Saint-Louis de Kent, Kouchibouguac National Park’s neighbour, is the cradle of the Acadian flag. Experience an Acadian village in tune with nature and people.

HERITAGE STOPS

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Birthplace of Andrew Bonar Law, former British prime minister. Interprets the way of life on a 19th-century working farm. 31 Bonar Law Ave., Unit A 506-523-7615 bonarlawcommon@nb.aibn.com bonarlawcommon.com/historic.html $3

BONAR LAW COMMON FARMERSGOLF 506-523-7615

Olivier Soapery is a craft-workshop, museum and boutique that features entertaining shows, hands-on experiences and workshop visits. 851 Route 505 506-743-8938/1-888-775-5550 info@oliviersoaps.com oliviersoaps.com Want the best experience? See page 94

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SAINT-ÉDOUARDDE-KENT FOODIE STOPS LA FERME MAURY (LES VINS DE L’ACADIE)

COASTAL STOPS

NATURE STOPS

DIXON POINT LIGHTHOUSE (FRONT RANGE)

BOUCTOUCHE TRAILS

(Est. 1881) Replaced in 1919. Active. Wooden salt-shaker design. Route 535 506-523-6988

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JEROME POINT (FRONT RANGE)

BOUCTOUCHE

(Est. 1883). Altered in 1987. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. View from the road. Route 475, north of Bouctouche, at Jerome Point 506-523-6988

The town of Bouctouche is an enticing combination of scenery and sea, with much to see and do, from magnificent eco-treasures to succulent lobster dinners.

BOUCTOUCHE FARMERS MARKET camerof4@nb.sympatico.ca

LE PAYS DE LA SAGOUINE

GOLF STOPS GOLF BOUCTOUCHE 506-743-5251

HERITAGE STOPS KENT MUSEUM INC.

A living village in an enchanting natural setting where theatre, music, comedy and dance are featured daily with live performances, rain or shine. 57 Acadie St. 506-743-1400/1-800-561-9188 info@sagouine.com sagouine.com/index.php?lang=en $10 to $80

BEACH STOPS IRVING ECO-CENTRE, LA DUNE DE BOUCTOUCHE DISCOVERY BEACH 506-743-2600

IRVING ECO-CENTRE, LA DUNE DE BOUCTOUCHE

FOODIE STOPS

ARTISTIC STOPS

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18-km (11-mi.) trail system connecting the Irving Eco-Centre, La Dune de Bouctouche, Le Pays de la Sagouine and winding through the town. Wildlife viewing. 30 Évangéline St. 506-743-8811

Ecological centre with a variety of summer activities. A walk on the boardwalk over white sand dunes will provide a viewing for a variety of marine and aquatic plants and animals. 1932 Route 475 506-743-2600/1-888-640-3300 ladune@nbnet.nb.ca irvingecocentre.com

COCAGNE ARTISTIC STOPS Visit this former convent, built in 1880 in the Second Empire style, it will take you back to the turn of the century as guides dressed as boarders enthrall you with true stories about life. 150 du Couvent Rd. 506-743-5005 admin@museedekent.ca museedekent.ca/index-eng.php $1 to $4

WILDABOUT WAMPUM STUDIO AND BOUTIQUE

Watch as Acadian artisan Marcia Poirier carves the unremarkable Quahog clam shell into magnificent wearable art. Excellent gifts and souvenirs. 4879 Route 134 506-576-5445 marciapoirier@wildaboutwampum.com wildaboutwampum.com Want the best experience? See page 95

COASTAL STOPS COCAGNE LIGHTHOUSE (FRONT RANGE) (Est. 1907) Original wooden salt-shaker tower. Interior of lighthouse is not open to the public. Picnic tables on site. 3 Lovers Lane Rd. 506-576-7062

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NOTRE-DAME OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

60 Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf Rd. 506-532-2175/1-888-894-2002 tours@lobstertales.ca lobstertales.ca $42.04 to $61.50

SKYDIVE MONCTON

Want the best experience? See page 95

CITY OF MONCTON

506-858-0675 Want the best experience? See page 95

WILDLIFE STOPS

GRANDE-DIGUE HERITAGE STOPS MUSÉE DES PIONNIERS DE GRANDE-DIGUE

HOMARUS ECO-CENTRE

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Moncton, see page 56 in the Fundy Coastal Drive section.

CITY OF DIEPPE

With a mural painting of the Grande-Digue marsh as it appeared around the 1800s, tour a small village of six old buildings containing artefacts that once belonged to the locals. 468B Route 530 506-532-6823 lucillet65@gmail.com grande-digue.net $2

SHEDIAC BRIDGE HERITAGE STOPS SHEDIAC RIVER NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (GALLANT, JOSHUA) Built in 1935, this covered bridge is 26 m (84 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 459A-B, Route 115 north 7 km (4.3 mi.), Cape Breton Road 9 km (5.5 mi.), Shediac River Road 3 km (1.9 mi.).

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The not-for-profit organization Homarus Eco-Centre will help you discover Shediac Bay’s ecosystem and will shed some light on how important the lobster and its habitat are to protect it. Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf 506-878-9315 info@ecocentrehomarus.org ecocentrehomarus.org $2 to $15

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Dieppe, see page 62 in the Fundy Coastal Drive section.

POINTE-DU-CHÊNE COASTAL STOPS

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SHEDIAC Cracking open a juicy lobster is just the beginning of your stay in Shediac . . . a vacation paradise nestled along New Brunswick’s eastern seashore.

ARTISTIC STOPS

POINTE-DU-CHÊNE RANGE (FRONT AND REAR RANGES)

GINETTE ARSENAULT POTTERY

Built in 1895. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker towers. 45 Parlee Beach Rd., Parlee Beach Provincial Park 506-533-3363

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COASTAL STOPS SHEDIAC BAY YACHT CLUB

FOODIE STOPS CROISIÈRES SHEDIAC BAY CRUISES

HERITAGE STOPS HERITAGE WROUGHT IRON (ECONOMUSEUM®) Blacksmith’s workshop, boutique and Economuseum®. Watch the blacksmith at work and learn about the history of this ancient craft. 506-576-9524 Discover lobster! Experienced fishermen put you in action: haul in, learn about and dine on lobster on board. Enjoy welcoming Acadian hospitality.

Non-profit yacht club that operates a sailing school and a marina (162-boat capacity). Organized cruises, races and social events. 168 Pleasant St. 506-532-7007 club@sbyc.ca sbyc.ca $35 to $75

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FOODIE STOPS SHEDIAC PARK MARKET 1-800-371-9827

GOLF STOPS SOUTH COVE GOLF & CAMPING 506-532-6713

399 Main St. 506-532-7022 info@shediac.ca shediac.ca

QUIRKY STOPS THE WORLD’S LARGEST LOBSTER

PARK STOPS PARLEE BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

HERITAGE STOPS PASCAL-POIRIER HISTORICAL HOUSE – THE ARTISANS’ HOUSE

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Come discover a charming ancestral Acadian house and its artisans. Museum, gallery, craft workshops, history talks and more.

Parlee Beach boasts some of the warmest salt water north of Virginia. Supervised, change houses, showers, playground, restaurant, gift store and campground. 45 Parlee Beach Rd. 506-533-3363/1-800-561-0123 parlee@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $9 to $13

Shediac is recognized as “The Lobster Capital of the World” and is home to the World’s Largest Lobster. Stop by for a pic this summer! 229 Main St. 506-532-7788 info@shediac.ca shediac.ca

BARACHOIS BEACH STOPS GAGNON BEACH 506-577-2519

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HERITAGE STOPS BARACHOIS HISTORICAL CHURCH PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE The oldest wooden church in Acadia, built in 1826, today houses a museum, an art gallery and a concert hall. Contains a display of religious items and an ancient aboiteau. 1350 Route 133 506-532-2976

MSGR. CAMILLE-ANDRÉ-LEBLANC MUSEUM

Easy to stay - Hard to leave… Newly constructed 60 room full service Hotel with private balconies. Located downtown, at walking distance of the Shediac Bay marina, shopping, restaurants, beaches, wharf and entertainment!

Museum features a collection of traditional religious and community articles, art gallery and concert hall. 1350 Route 133 506-532-2976 marcel.arsenault@polymtl.ca

HAUTEABOUJAGANE

Direct : 506-532-6100 TTF / SF : 1-855-836-6100

222 rue Belliveau Street SShediac, NB E4P 0M2

GOLF STOPS PINE NEEDLES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 506-532-4634

CAP-PELÉ Find Acadian joie de vivre in this seaside Acadian village, where Acadian folklore, fiddles, song and dance await you!

BEACH STOPS ABOITEAU BEACH

Beach complex features a change area, washrooms, showers, sandy shores and some of the warmest saltwater swimming in northeastern North America. Wildlife viewing. 150 Parc Ln. 506-577-2080 stephane.dallaire@cap-pele.com cap-pele.com/aboiteau $7 to $35

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SANDY BEACH Unsupervised warm, saltwater beach with change house, washrooms, showers, playground, parking, Wi-Fi, canteen, bilingual service and security. 380 Bas-Cap-Pelé Rd. 506-577-2218

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SMOKEHOUSE MUSEUM

CAPE JOURIMAIN (NEAR BAYFIELD)

BEACH STOPS CAPE JOURIMAIN BEACH Provides a combination of stunning views and up-close wildlife observation. 5039 Route 16 506-538-2220

NATURE STOPS CAPE JOURIMAIN NATURE CENTRE 506-538-2336

CAPE TORMENTINE NATURE STOPS

Tel: 1-877-577-2080 www.facebook.com/cap.pele.nb www.cap-pele.com

Interpretation panels, photographs, equipment and activities depicting the history and evolution of the smoked-herring industry, a traditional and major industry in the Cap-Pelé area. 2463 Acadie Rd. 506-577-2017 tourisme@cap-pele.com cap-pele.com/home.cfm

SHEMOGUE ARTISTIC STOPS

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SMOOTH AS SILK 506-577-4682

MURRAY CORNER

CAPE TORMENTINE TO SACKVILLE TRAIL – TRANS CANADA TRAIL This 52-km (32-mi.) trail is built on an abandoned railway and runs through Acadian dykelands, woodlands, freshwater swamps and salt marshes. 5039 Route 16 506-459-1931

PORT ELGIN Port Elgin has been a maritime port of call for more than 400 years. It boasts diverse quiet nature trails and community events throughout the year.

HERITAGE STOPS MONRO HERITAGE MUSEUM

PARK STOPS MURRAY BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

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An inviting seaside campground with a view of the Confederation Bridge, warm saltwater and sandy beach. Wildlife viewing. 1679 Route 955 506-538-2628/1-800-561-0123 murray@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $6 to $10

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

A community museum with Heritage Canada displays on the history of Fort Gaspareaux and the neighbouring community of Baie Verte. 1 Spring St. 506-538-2109 jlassoc@nbnet.nb.ca mhm-museum.com


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BAIE VERTE

AULAC

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HERITAGE STOPS

WINEGARDEN ESTATE WINERY & DISTILLERY

FORT BEAUSÉJOUR – FORT CUMBERLAND NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Winegarden, award-winning Winery & Distillery offers handcrafted wines and fruit-based spirits, such as a traditional Black Forest Apple Schnaps (Brandy) since 1991. On site boutique – patio – vineyard – heritage and souvenir corner. 851 Route 970 506-538-7405 srosswog@nbnet.nb.ca winegardenestate.com

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

PORT ELGIN FOOTBRIDGE Built in 1968, this footbridge is 46 m (151 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 513A-B, Route 16, Exit 25, Route 970, onto Shemogue Road.

TANTRAMAR TRAIL (PORT ELGIN TO SACKVILLE) Part of the Trans Canada Trail; passes through boreal forest, freshwater and saltwater marshes. Port Elgin to Sackville. Wildlife viewing. Station Street (at the Wharf) 506-364-4967

WILDLIFE STOPS PORT ELGIN NATURE TRAILS Over 70 km (43 mi.) of hiking, walking and cycling trails. Salt marshes and dykes are alive with sights and sounds of wildlife and plants. 41 East Main St. 506-538-2120

Star-shaped fort built in 1751, tells the story of the tug of war for supremacy in Acadia. 111 Fort Beauséjour Rd. 506-364-5080/1-888-773-8888 kouch.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/fortbeausejour From $1.90 to $9.80

MURRAY BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK, MURRAY CORNER

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ACCOMMODATIONS: BATHURST & AREA

ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

Cottages and vacation homes, or cosy little inns and motels, one thing is certain: when you spend a night along the Acadian Coastal Drive you will never be far away from the ocean.

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Canada Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars.

BATHURST & AREA Bathurst, Beresford, Janeville, Nigadoo, Salmon Beach BED AND BREAKFAST

Auberge Ressources Inn Ltée 9428 Route 180, BATHURST 506-544-6872 en.aubergeressourcesinn.com $45 to $75

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La Fine Grobe By The Sea  289 Principale St., NIGADOO 506-783-3138 grobe@nbnet.nb.ca finegrobe.com $70 to $90

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Patty’s Beach Chalets  26 Janeville Beach Rd., JANEVILLE 506-546-1611 patty.denis@bellaliant.net pattysbeachchalets.com $100 to $120

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Atlantic Host Hotel  1450 Vanier Blvd., BATHURST 506-548-3335/1-800-898-9292 thehost@nbnet.nb.ca atlantichost.com $115 to $225

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BATHURST & AREA — BOUCTOUCHE & AREA Best Western Plus Bathurst 150 Main St., BATHURST 506-548-8888 hughcomeau@bestwesternbathurst.com $129.99

Comfort Inn  1170 St. Peter Ave., BATHURST 506-547-8000/1-866-547-8001 cn238@nbnet.nb.ca comfortinnbathurst.com $85 to $160

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Danny’s Inn Restaurant &  Conference Centre 1223 Principale St., BERESFORD 506-546-6621/1-800-200-1350 info@dannysinn.com DannysInn.com $86 to $199 John’s Motel  1275 Principale St., BERESFORD 506-546-5726 johnsmotel@gmail.com johnsmotel.wordpress.com $70 to $90 Lakeview Inn & Suites 777 St. Peter Ave., BATHURST 506-548-4949/1-877-355-3500 bathurst@lakeviewhotels.com lakeviewhotels.com $88 to $225

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Auberge de la Vallée – Spa  1810 Vallée Lourdes Dr., BATHURST 506-549-4100 reservations@aubergedelavallee.ca aubergedelavallee.ca $109 to $172

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The English Experience Bed and Breakfast  506-538-9901

BOUCTOUCHE & AREA Baie de Bouctouche, Bouctouche, Bouctouche-Sud, Cocagne, Saint-Édouard-de-Kent, Saint-Grégoire BED AND BREAKFAST

A & G Bed & Breakfast 5684 Route 134, BOUCTOUCHE-SUD 506-743-6920/506-955-5247 aetggite@gmail.com sites.google.com/site/agbedbreakfast/home $65 to $90

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ACCOMMODATIONS: BOUCTOUCHE & AREA — CAP-PELÉ La Maison Mer de Cocagne 2009 Route 535, COCAGNE 506-576-9609 info@maisonmercocagne.com maisonmercocagne.com $85 Le Gîte de la Sagouine 43 Irving Blvd., BOUCTOUCHE 506-743-5554/506-743-4675 sagouine1@hotmail.com sagouine.nb.ca $79.99 to $119.99

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Bouctouche Baie Chalets & Camping  2239 Route 475, SAINT-ÉDOUARD-DE-KENT 506-743-8883/1-888-530-8883 reservation@bouctouchecamping.com bouctouchecamping.com $85 to $1000

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Au Petit Chalet de la Dune 506-532-8570 La Suite du Fond d’la Baie 506-743-6265 Plage Kathia Cottages 506-743-6317 HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Cocagne Motel de Cocagne 506-576-6657 INNS

Auberge Vue d’la Dune/Dune View Inn  ∞∞∞ 589 Route 475, BOUCTOUCHE 506-743-9893/506-866-8834 duneviewinn@nb.aibn.com aubergevuedeladune.com BOOK ONLINE $80 to $140

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Cedar Brook Landing River Lodge 137 JR’s Ln., BROWNS YARD 506-785-9113 tammy.evers@hotmail.com $500



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Chalets de l’Aboiteau Inc. 55 des Chalets Ln., CAP-PELÉ 506-577-2005/1-888-366-5555 info@chaletsaboiteau.ca chaletsaboiteau.ca $109 to $235

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CARAQUET & AREA CARAQUET & AREA Bas-Caraquet, Bertrand, Caraquet, Maisonnette BED AND BREAKFAST

Gîte Havre de La Dune B&B 55 du Pêcheur St., MAISONNETTE 506-727-1817/506-888-1851 havredune_cglandry@hotmail.com bbcanada.com/12793.html $95 to $135 Gîte Le Poirier B & B 98 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-4359/506-726-3405 gitepoir@nbnet.nb.ca gitelepoirier.com $94 to $116



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Gîte L’Isle-du-Randonneur B&B 539 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-3877/506-726-3825 islebb@nb.aibn.com randonneurbb.com $89 to $119 L’Heureux Hasard B & B 791 des Acadiens Blvd., BERTRAND 506-727-6485/506-720-0661 lheureux-hasard@hotmail.com lheureux-hasard.com $95 to $110



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Les Chalets de la Plage  de Bas-Caraquet 2 du Phare Street, BAS-CARAQUET 506-726-8920/1-888-242-5381 chalets@nb.aibn.com ChaletsdelaPlage.com $110 to $230

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Auberge de la Baie  139 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-3485/1-888-430-1444 aubergebaie@hotmail.ca $89 to $169

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Hôtel Château Albert at the  Village Historique Acadien 5 du Pont St., BERTRAND 506-726-2600/1-877-721-2200 hotel.chateaualbert@gnb.ca villagehistoriqueacadien.com/en/ hotel-chateau-albert $89.95 to $139.95

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CHARLO COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Heron’s Nest Cottages/  Chalets Le Nid du Héron 6 Heron’s Nest St., CHARLO 506-684-3766/1-866-544-3766 info@heronsnestcottages.com heronsnestcottages.com $120 to $255

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DALHOUSIE HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Days Inn Dalhousie  506-684-5681

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Motel Baie des Chaleurs Ltée 506-732-2948 Motel Doiron 506-732-5316





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Gîte Kouchibouguac Bed & Breakfast 297 North Kouchibouguac Rd., KOUCHIBOUGUAC 506-876-3905/506-523-8671 kouchibouguacbbandc@outlook.com $110 to $115

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Kouchibouguac Backcountry Cabins 297 North Kouchibouguac Rd., KOUCHIBOUGUAC 506-876-3905/506-523-8671 sebastienhebert@hotmail.com $150

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MISCOU ISLAND COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Au Pied du Phare Cottage 506-344-7000

MURRAY CORNER AREA Little Shemogue INNS

Little Shemogue Inn 2361 Route 955, LITTLE SHEMOGUE 506-538-2320/506-874-5320 inn@little-shemogue-inn.com little-shemogue-inn.com $128 to $214

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£ – room service

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ACCOMMODATIONS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

NAPAN — PORT ELGIN NAPAN COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Schooner Point Log Cabins 506-778-2338



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NASH CREEK BED AND BREAKFAST

Hayes House Bed & Breakfast 506-237-5228

NEGUAC HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel Beauséjour – Chez Raymond 486 Principale St., NEGUAC 506-776-8718 chezraymond@nb.aibn.com chezraymond.com $89 to $99



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Bonaventure Lodge, Motel, Cottages & Fine Dining 506-237-2134



PETIT-ROCHER COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Camping Marie-Hélène Cottage 449 de la Tour Ln., PETIT-ROCHER 506-783-2233/506-544-0555 campingmariehelene@gmail.com $70

Motel and Cottages l’Acadien  By the Sea 55 du Motel Ln., PETIT-ROCHER 506-783-1755/1-877-783-1755 motelacadien@nb.aibn.com motelacadiensurmer.ca $69.99 to $250

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Motel and Cottages l’Acadien  By the Sea 55 du Motel Ln., PETIT-ROCHER 506-783-1755/1-877-783-1755 motelacadien@nb.aibn.com motelacadiensurmer.ca $69.99 to $250

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Auberge d’Anjou 587 Principale St., PETIT-ROCHER 506-783-0587/1-866-783-0587 info@aubergedanjou.com aubergedanjou.com $85 to $100

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POINTE-VERTE BED AND BREAKFAST

Gîte Toutes Saisons B&B 506-783-3122

POKEMOUCHE HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel Landry 506-727-5225



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PORT ELGIN BED AND BREAKFAST

Victorian Veranda 1 West Main St., PORT ELGIN 506-538-0089 victorianveranda@nb.aibn.com $90 to $160

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ACCOMMODATIONS: PORT ELGIN — SHEDIAC & AREA HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Indian Point Motel 323 Fort St., PORT ELGIN 506-538-7586 flad@nbnet.nb.ca indianpointmotel.com $79 to $109

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Chateau Daigle  1499 Saint-Charles Nord Rd., SAINT-CHARLES 506-876-4784 Info@chateaudaigle.ca chateaudaigle.ca $159 to $259

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À la Lueur du Cap  189 Cap-Lumière Rd., RICHIBUCTO-VILLAGE 506-523-8133 andrejacques@hotmail.com alalueurducap.com $450 to $995 Chalets Cap-Lumière  2214 Route 505, RICHIBUCTO-VILLAGE 506-523-8000/1-888-523-8007 oliva1@xplornet.ca chaletscaplumiere.com $130 to $1150 Les Chalets du Havre Inc.  (Vacation Resort) 79 York St., RICHIBUCTO 506-523-1570/1-800-277-9037 info@chaletduhavre.nb.ca chaletduhavre.nb.ca $125 to $330

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ROGERSVILLE HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel de Chez Nous Ltd. 506-775-6991



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L’Ancrage Bed and Breakfast 10617 Principale St., SAINT-LOUIS DE KENT  506-335-0335/506-212-4646 info@ancrage.ca ancrage.ca $100 to $115

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Chez la Marquise  506-727-5865

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SHEDIAC & AREA Grand-Barachois, Grande-Digue, Pointe-du-Chêne, Shediac, Shediac Bridge, Shediac Cape BED AND BREAKFAST

Auberge Gabrièle Inn 296 Main St., SHEDIAC 506-532-8007/1-877-980-7222 info@aubergegabrieleinn.com aubergegabrieleinn.com $99 to $185

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ACCOMMODATIONS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

SHEDIAC & AREA Gîte Beau Soleil 649 Main St., SHEDIAC 506-532-6720 gitebeausoleil@rogers.com gitebeausoleil.com $55 to $80

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Nowak’s Own B & B 506-351-1628 COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Bay Vista Lodge & Cottages  3521 Route 134, SHEDIAC CAPE 506-532-1265 bayvista@rigelcanada.com bayvistacottages.com $75 to $130

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Gaudet Chalets – Shediac 14 Bellevue Hts., SHEDIAC 506-533-8877/1-866-533-8877 gaudetchalets@rogers.com shediacmotel.com $125 to $1050

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Gaudet Motel – Shediac 14 Bellevue Hts., SHEDIAC 506-533-8877/1-866-533-8877 gaudetchalets@rogers.com shediacmotel.com $59 to $159



Parlee Beach Motel  691 Route 133, POINTE-DU-CHÊNE 506-532-4299/1-888-532-4299 info@parleebeachmotel.com parleebeachmotel.com $69 to $165 Hotel Shediac 506-532-6100



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ACCOMMODATIONS: SHEDIAC & AREA — VAL-COMEAU INNS

Maison Tait House  293 Main St., SHEDIAC 506-532-4233/1-888-532-4233 info@maisontaithouse.com maisontaithouse.com $149 to $229

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SHIPPAGAN & AREA Inkerman, Savoy Landing, Shippagan BED AND BREAKFAST

Auberge Janine du Havre 506-336-8884



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Le Gîte De L’Ardora 506-336-9262 HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel Brise Marine  506-336-2276

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Deux Rivières Resort  100 Deux Rivières St., TRACADIE-SHEILA 506-394-4050/1-866-394-4050 info@deuxrivieres.ca deuxrivieres.ca $124 to $1500 Les Chalets de la Pointe 9 de la Pointe Rd., HAUT-SHEILA 506-393-0987/1-800-733-1166 n6chalet@nb.aibn.com sn2000.nb.ca/comp/chalets-camping-de-la-pointe $100 to $140

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Auberge Centre-Ville Enr.  3346 de la Chapelle St., TRACADIE-SHEILA 506-395-9726/1-888-395-9726 aubergecentreville@hotmail.com aubergecentreville.ca $69 to $129 Hotel Deux Rivières  60 la Dune St., TRACADIE-SHEILA 506-394-4050/1-866-394-4050 info@deuxrivieres.ca deuxrivieres.ca $69 to $189

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VAL-COMEAU BED AND BREAKFAST

Phare Des Dunes Lighthouse 39 de la Mer St., VAL-COMEAU 506-395-0887 marisa.anniballi@sympatico.ca pharedesduneslighthouse.ca $100

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^ – water view A – restaurant

£ – room service

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˜ – private wheelchair √ – accessible

´ – Internet/Wi-Fi non-smoking Æ – rooms

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CAMPGROUNDS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

BATHURST & AREA — BLACK POINT

ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

CAMPGROUNDS You could be a stone’s throw away from the beach at a number of these campgrounds, just set up your tent or park your RV. Get close to an old-fashioned drive-in theatre, a picture-perfect vineyard, or overlook the magnificent Bay of Chaleur.

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Camping Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars. Facilities - F

Recreation - R

BATHURST & AREA Bathurst, Beresford, Nigadoo, Pokeshaw Bathurst Marina Campground 1555 Queen Elizabeth Dr., BATHURST 506-547-1166 info@bathurstmarina.com bathurstmarina.com $20 to $60

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Motel Camping Hé 264 Principale St., NIGADOO 506-783-3739 info@motelcampinghache.com motelcampinghache.com $26 to $34 Parc d’amusement et Camping Malybel 1121 Bryar St., BERESFORD 506-545-6888 malybel@nb.aibn.com campingmalybel.ca/frameset_e.html $26 to $75 A & M Camping 506-548-3984

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Bathurst Wildlife Camping 506-546-8987

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BELLEDUNE Jacquet River Campground 3712 Main St., BELLEDUNE 506-237-3239 bell002@nbnet.nb.ca belledune.com $25 to $1200

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BLACK POINT Camping By The Bay 506-237-5291

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dumping station ‡ – for trailers

*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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CAMPGROUNDS: BOUCTOUCHE AREA — CHARLO BOUCTOUCHE AREA Baie de Bouctouche, Cocagne, Saint-Édouard-de-Kent Bouctouche Baie Chalets & Camping F - ∞∞∞ 2239 Route 475, SAINT-ÉDOUARD-DE-KENT R - ∞∞ 506-743-8883/1-888-530-8883 reservation@bouctouchecamping.com bouctouchecamping.com $30 to $42

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Chez les Maury – Camping à la ferme – Les Vins de l’Acadie  2021 Route 475, SAINT-ÉDOUARD-DE-KENT 506-743-5347 fermemaury@hotmail.com fermemaury.com $25 to $30

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Camping DT Inc. 506-743-6566

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Parc Acadien de Cocagne 506-576-7689

CAPE TORMENTINE Cape Tormentine Beach Campground F - ∞∞˘ 506-538-7229 R-∞

CAP-PELÉ & AREA Cap-Pelé, Petit-Cap Sandy Beach Trailer Park 1988 Ltd. 506-577-2218

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Silver Sands Family Camping 506-577-6771

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CARAQUET & AREA Bas-Caraquet, Bertrand, Caraquet, Pokemouche Camping Caraquet 619 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-726-2696 campcara@nbnet.nb.ca campingcaraquet.com $24 to $34 Camping Colibri 913 des Acadiens Blvd., BERTRAND 506-727-2222 colibri@nb.aibn.com sn2000.nb.ca/comp/colibri $25 to $50 Camping Pokemouche 2013 11220 Route 11, POKEMOUCHE 506-727-6090/1-877-727-6090 Info@campingpokemouche.com campingpokemouche.com $32.50 to $45

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Camping La Maison Touristique Dugas 506-727-3195 Camping Marina Bas-Caraquet 506-726-8900

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CHARLO Blue Heron Camping Héron Bleu 3 Cove Rd., CHARLO 506-684-7860 blueheron2008@live.com villagecharlo.com $25 to $38

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CAMPGROUNDS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

DALHOUSIE — RICHIBUCTO AREA DALHOUSIE Inch Arran Trailer Park F - ∞∞∞˘ 125 Inch Arran Ave., DALHOUSIE R - ∞˘ 506-684-7363/1-800-576-4455 reception@dalhousie.ca dalhousie.ca/attractions/all/inch-arran-park-camping $21 to $45

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GRANDE-ANSE Camping Baie des Chaleurs Ltée 506-732-2948

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KOUCHIBOUGUAC AREA Saint Louis, Portage Saint-Louis Daigle’s Municipal Park 506-876-4540

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Evergreen Acres Campground 506-876-4897

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LAMÈQUE AREA Petite-Lameque Camping Lamèque 506-344-2525

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MISCOU ISLAND Miscou Camping La Vague 3 Herring Point Rd., MISCOU 506-344-8531 campinglavague@hotmail.com campinglavague.com $26 to $600

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MURRAY CORNER AREA Little Shemogue Murray Beach Provincial Park 1679 Route 955, LITTLE SHEMOGUE 506-538-2628/1-800-561-0123 murraybeach@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $25 to $39

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NEGUAC Les Champs d’Olivier Camping 506-776-3728

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PETIT-ROCHER & AREA Petit-Rocher, Petit-Rocher-Nord Camping Murraywood  sur mer/By the Sea 281 Route 134, PETIT-ROCHER-NORD 506-783-2137/1-888-783-2137 murraywood@nb.aibn.com campingmurraywood.com $26 to $39

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RICHIBUCTO AREA Richibucto-Village Camping Cap-Lumière Beach 239 Cap-Lumière Rd., RICHIBUCTO-VILLAGE 506-523-0994 campingcaplumiere@live.ca campingcaplumiere.com $29 to $39

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*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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CAMPGROUNDS: SHEDIAC & AREA — TRACADIE-SHEILA & AREA SHEDIAC & AREA Grand-Barachois, Grande-Digue, Pointe-du-Chêne, Shediac Camping Oceanic 221 Ohio Rd., SHEDIAC 506-533-7006 info@campingoceanic.ca campingoceanic.com $35 to $45

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Ocean Surf RV Park 73 Belliveau Beach Rd., POINTE-DU-CHÊNE 506-532-5480/1-888-532-5480 oceansurf@nb.aibn.com oceansurf.ca $30 to $65 Ocean View Park Limited 1586 Route 133, GRAND-BARACHOIS 506-532-3520 $22 to $36

Parlee Beach Provincial Park 25 Gould Beach Rd., POINTE-DU-CHÊNE 506-533-3363/1-800-561-0123 parlee@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $28 to $45 South Cove (Rive-Sud) Camping & Golf 55 South Cove Rd., SHEDIAC 506-532-6713 reservations@shediacsouthcove.ca wikiwak.ca/01_accueil_01_en.htm $30 to $45

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Beauséjour Camping 506-532-5885

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Lighthouse Camping 506-576-1900

SHIPPAGAN AREA Haut-Shippagan, Savoy Landing Camping Shippagan 589 Haut-Shippagan Rd., HAUT-SHIPPAGAN  506-336-3960 shiptour@nbnet.nb.ca camping.shippagan.com $27 to $34.50

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Camping, Gîte & Auberge Janine du Havre 506-336-8884

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TABUSINTAC River Haven Campground 506-779-8067

TRACADIE-SHEILA & AREA Haut-Sheila, Rivière-du-Portage, Tracadie-Sheila Camping & Aquaparc La Rivière Tracadie 3205 Alcide St., TRACADIE-SHEILA 506-393-7759 angele_doiron@hotmail.com $45

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CAMPGROUNDS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

TRACADIE-SHEILA & AREA — VAL-COMEAU Chalets & Camping de la Pointe 9 de la Pointe Rd., HAUT-SHEILA 506-393-0987/1-800-733-1166 n6chalet@nb.aibn.com sn2000.nb.ca/comp/chalets-camping-de-la-pointe $30 to $45 Tracadie Beach Camping Ltd. 5903 Route 11, RIVIÈRE-DU-PORTAGE 506-395-4010 campingtracadiebeach@hotmail.com $38 to $45

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VAL-COMEAU Camping de la Dune Ltée 490 Val-Comeau Rd., VAL-COMEAU 506-395-9148/506-726-3269 info@campingdeladune.com campingdeladune.com $27 to $33

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Camping Plage Val-Comeau 504 Parc de Val-Comeau Rd., VAL-COMEAU 506-393-7150/1-855-393-7150 campingvalcomeau@nb.aibn.com sn2000.nb.ca/comp/camping-valcomeau $27 to $50

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¿ – propane Ò – serviced sites

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dumping station ‡ – for trailers

*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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MACTAQUAC PROVINCIAL PARK, MACTAQUAC

RIVERVALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

Start your tour of the River Valley Scenic Drive right here on the Saint John River. What better way to unwind while taking in the rolling hillside? If you prefer city life, make your first stop in Fredericton or Edmundston for plenty of rich culture and delicious cuisine. After that, travel alongside the waterways and you’ll find plenty of interesting things to do to fill your days.

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ATLANTIC BALLOON FIESTA, SUSSEX

YOU’VE GOTTA

EXPERIENCE THIS!

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW Venture back to days of yore to explore a pioneer village (pg 135). Spend a day doing things the old-fashioned way at a historical settlement (pg 136). Bring things back to the present with modern discoveries at a science show (pg 138).

de la République

Lac Baker BakerBrook Saint-Françoisde-Madawaska SaintClair Hilaire

Edmundston Rivière-Verte Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska

Grand Falls/Grand-Sault Drummond

New Denmark

GORGE-OUS SIGHTS

Four Falls

Explore the Grand Falls Gorge (pg 135) any way you like: as part of a tour, deepelling its jagged cliffs, zipping above it, or on a tranquil boat ride through it.

Tobique Narrows

Perth-Andover

Florenceville-Bristol Lower Windsor

Simonds

A CREATIVE JOURNEY Feeling crafty? Sign up for a fun workshop (pg 137).

Hartland Waterville Hartford

Woodstock

Upper Woodstock

Upper Gaspereau

Grafton Nortondale Lower Woodstock

Nackawic

Benton

Take up watercolors (pg 136) and let the landscape inspire you.

Knowlesville

Kirkland

Douglas Keswick Ridge

Mactaquac Prince William

Coles Island Lincoln

Kingsclear

Discover original pieces by Atlantic Canadian artists at art galleries (pgs 136 & 137).

Minto

McAdam

Jemseg

Oromocto

Rusagonis

Harvey Fredericton Junction

Gagetown

Codys

CambridgeNarrows

Centreville

Belleisle Roachville Creek

Newtown Plumweseep

Sussex

Queenstown Belleisle Norton Central Hampstead Bay Mill Settlement West Erbs Evandale Hoyt Bloomfield Cove Oak Point Kingston Juvenile Settlement Welsford Central Greenwich Smithtown Nauwigewauk French Village

Hampton

Quispamsis

Grand BayWestfield

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Summerville Bayswater

Saint John

WHERE YA

STAYIN’?

How do you feel about ‘glamping’? Enjoy a relaxing soak in your own private wood-fired hot tub and watch the stars when you check into a Dream Dome at Ridgeback Lodge. Amazing, right?

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5 tips

MACTAQUAC PROVINCIAL PARK, MACTAQUAC

FOR GETTING CLOSER TO NATURE

Craving some one-on-one time with Mother Nature? Take these cues from outdoorsman, Ian Smith, and prepare to be whisked away by our natural surroundings. Common side effects include euphoria, sense of peace and awe-struck amazement.

1 Don’t forget your sense of wonder. “Adventuring in our world-class natural spaces always brings a sense of awe and excitement,” Ian says. “Come here and you’ll feel just like a kid again.”

2 Find your wild side. “The chain of beaver ponds at Mactaquac Provincial Park are a wonderful wetland habitat that welcomes exploration, learning, reflection and ‘critter dipping’!”

3 Unplug and recharge. “Provincial Park Natural Leaders connect people to nature through programming in parks like Mactaquac,” says Ian. Upgrade your family to solar power in the great outdoors of the Saint John River Valley.

4 Make cultural discoveries. “Think of the river as the ‘old highway’ before 19th century development,” says Ian. “You’ll find Aboriginal, Acadian and European influences along the whole route.”

5 Find beauty in your surroundings. “The Saint John River is affectionately called the ‘good and beautiful river’ by the Wolastoqewi First Nation people,” Ian says. “It connects our province naturally, culturally and geographically.”

Ian Smith

Nature Educator

DON’T MISS TIPS FROM OUR LOCALS! Get the latest and greatest from Insiders. TourismNB.ca/InsiderIan


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Eat like

THE LOCALS Is it the craft beer or the traditional ployes that you’re still raving about? Tag a snapshot of it with #ExploreNB to share it with us! Unable to resist Valley-inspired treats? Try Grandma’s Queen Elizabeth Cake, care of . . . Chef Paula

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TourismNB.ca/ChefPaula

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GAGETOWN

FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL

LET’S

JAZZ THINGS UP A BIT

If you like to move to the beat of your own drum, a

markets, or “food alleys” as we like to call ‘em. They are

River Valley vacation is just the ticket. Dance the night

the place to be on Saturday mornings. Stroll along city

away at the world-class Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.

streets and be on the lookout for unique shops or tour

Looking for a thrill? Fly across the gorge or jump down a

an art gallery. Watch artisans work at their craft or create

40-m (135-ft.) rock wall in Grand Falls. Got a hankering

your own masterpiece with hands-on workshops. Wind

for something different? Locavores will love our farmers

your way along the river to enjoy every last bit!

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No small potatoes

DID YA LOSE TRACK OF THE

time?

Want to master the art of jumping through time? Start with a tour of a miniaturized pioneer village before returning to the 1800s at Kings Landing Historical Settlement. Then flash-forward to a haunted walk in Fredericton where you’ll hear the spooky sides of our past. You’ll have so much fun, it won’t matter which century you’re in! TourismNB.ca/TimeTravel

KINGS LANDING HISTORICAL SETTLEMENT, PRINCE WILLIAM

One third of the world’s french fries come from Florenceville-Bristol, the French Fry Capital of the World. This small town is home to the McCain empire and the Potato World Museum. Keep an eye out for it on your travels.


RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE FESTIVALS & EVENTS ADD THEM TO YOUR CAN’T-MISS LIST! APRIL Salon du livre d’Edmundston Edmundston Salon de la forêt Edmundston Main Street Summer Concerts Series Fredericton Woodstock Quilt Guild “Kaleidoscope of Quilts” Woodstock

JUNE Centreville Chamber of Commerce Super Power-Pull Centreville (Carleton County) City of Fredericton Outdoor Summer Concert Series Fredericton Cultural Expressions Festival Fredericton

City of Fredericton

CAN’T-MISS

festival!

Tempted by the sweet sounds of jazz? Ready to rock out to live electric blues? More than 400 musicians take over Fredericton’s historic downtown during this six-day music event that has the whole city rockin’. Get your tickets, this festival has what your soul craves.

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Tobique (Negootkook) First Nation Powwow Tobique Narrows

JULY

MAY

HARVEST JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL

St. Mary’s (Sitansisk) First Nation Powwow Fredericton

Clair Summer Festival Clair

Festivités du demi-marathon Saint-Françoisde-Madawaska Foire agricole de Saint-André Saint-André Harvey Community Days Harvey (York County)

Dooryard Arts Festival Woodstock

Kings County Agricultural Fair Sussex

Hartland Potato Festival Hartland

Larlee Creek Hullabaloo Kilburn

L’Acadie des terres et forêts en fête Saint-Jacques (Edmundston)

New Brunswick Summer Music Festival Fredericton

La Foire Brayonne Edmundston

Rendez-vous des Artistes Inc. Saint-Léonard

Lac Baker Tourism Festival Lac Baker

Sussex Flea Market Sussex

New Brunswick Highland Games Festival Fredericton

SEPTEMBER Atlantic Balloon Fiesta Sussex

NotaBle Acts Summer Theatre Festival Fredericton

Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival Fredericton

Paint the Heartland Fine Arts Show & Sale Hartland

Hunter Brothers Fall Festival Florenceville-Bristol

Jardin de Gus Saint-Basile (Edmundston)

Richmond Corner Tractor Pull Richmond Corner

Juniper Children’s Fishing Derby Juniper

Under the Stars Classic Film Series Fredericton

Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild Show and Sale Quispamsis

McAdam Railway Days McAdam

Woodstock Old Home Week Woodstock

New Brunswick Provincial Exhibition (NBEX) Fredericton

AUGUST

Queens County Fair Inc. Gagetown

Edmundston Jazz and Blues Festival Edmundston Grand Falls Regional Potato Festival Grand Falls/Grand-Sault

Minto Coal Mining Festival Minto MS Bike: Sussex to Saint John – Plains and Pastures Tour Sussex Oromocto Pioneer Days and Canada Day Celebrations Oromocto

Chipman Summer Festival Chipman

KV Jazz/Blues Fest Rothesay

Festival of Flavour Florenceville-Bristol Festival on the Bend Nackawic

GET THE DETAILS AT TOURISMNEWBRUNSWICK.CA


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Start with an exciting ziplining expedition, then we’ll paint a picture of our history and lead you in hands-on heritage excursions. Next, you can pick up some farm-fresh treats and go for a drive to explore the countryside, or express your creativity in an arts workshop. Just follow the water to River Valley fun.

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Learning Experience

A Day of Play at the Museum

Ledges . . . Place des Pionniers (Pioneers Place)

Make history fun with this tour highlighting the history of the Madawaska region; stop to play at miniature reproductions of pioneer village buildings.

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$10-$25 2033 Commerciale St., Saint-François-de-Madawaska 506-992-6055

Falls and Gorge at Its Best Town of Grand Falls/Grand-Sault

Bring your camera to capture the Grand Falls Gorge, one of New Brunswick’s best kept secrets! The Grand Falls Gorge is simply amazing and naturally gorgeous!

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$8/adult; $4/child 25 Madawaska Rd., Grand Falls/Grand-Sault grandfalls.com 506-475-7788

Adrenaline Rush Included! Open Sky Adventures

Zip along in a 20-zipline park, then deepell your way down a 40-m (135-ft.) rock wall in the spectacular Grand Falls Gorge.

$125/person 16087 Route 105, Drummond openskyadventures.com 506-477-9799

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Explore the Gorge Open Sky Adventures

Learn about the historical and ecological aspects of the Grand Falls Gorge during this hybrid pontoon boat ride up the Saint John River.

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Potato Printmaking Workshop Andrew & Laura McCain Art Gallery

Touring the artwork in this unique gallery will inspire you when it’s time to create your own work of art – using a potato!

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Florenceville-Bristol Outdoor Summer Market

Jeremiah’s Place

Paint the Heartland Fine Arts Show & Sale

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

$49 395 Main St., Unit 1, Hartland painttheheartland.com 506-375-4876

Hands-on Heritage

Kings Landing Historical Settlement

Lend a hand to the villagers and become a part of their daily 19th-century life with hands-on activities.

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362 Main St., Hartland jeremiahs.ca 506-375-8200

Portrait of History

The Hartland Covered Bridge inspires as you indulge your passion for art with the guidance of a teaching artist and local author.

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9173 Main St., Florenceville-Bristol florencevillebristol.ca 506-392-6763

Breaking Bread

Unique dining in a beautifully restored church, situated across from the Longest Covered Bridge in the World on the Saint John River.

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Starting at $5 8 McCain St., Florenceville-Bristol mccainartgallery.com 506-392-6769

Farm-Fresh Fun at the Market

Learn from some of the market’s most creative artisans as they showcase their craft with demonstrations and hands-on activities. Delicious curly fries included!

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Min. $25 to Max. $75 16087 Route 105, Drummond openskyadventures.com 506-477-9799

5804 Route 102, Prince William kingslanding.nb.ca 506-363-4999


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Don’t miss the Train! McAdam Railway Station

Experience the golden age of rail at this heritage railway station. Your guided visit ends with a slice of ‘railroad pie.’

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A Celebration of Lord Beaverbrook Crowne Plaza Fredericton Lord Beaverbrook

Enjoy a guided tour of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, a dinner featuring Lord Beaverbrook’s favourites, and a delicious breakfast the following morning!

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Fredericton Outdoor Summer Theatre Min. $9 to Max. $14 796-A Queen St. (Coach House), Fredericton calithumpians.com 506-457-1975

A Day in a Soldier’s Life

Fredericton’s Historic Garrison District

Children get to dress in the familiar red tunic of the British regiment and bring soldiering to life. Parade drills, marches and more!

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11 Carleton St., Fredericton edVentures.ca 1-888-850-1333

Haunted Hike

Spine-tingling frights and rib-tickling laughs are in store during this historic walking tour which features prominent Fredericton ghosts and spirits.

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$199/person 659 Queen St., Fredericton cpfredericton.com 1-866-444-1946

Fine Craft & Culture Learning Vacations

Award-winning instructors teaching intensive, small-group workshops in craft and culture.

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$10.95/person 96 Saunders Rd., McAdam mcadamstation.ca 506-784-3101

Starting at $9 463 Queen St. (Barracks Square), Fredericton tourismfredericton.ca 506-460-2837

Deep Blues Experience Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival

Fredericton’s prestigious Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival combines world class artists, intimate venues and friendly Maritime hospitality. Experience it from the inside out!

Starting at $300 81 Regent St., Fredericton harvestjazzandblues.com 1-888-NB-Blues (622-5837)

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Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

Develop a deep connection to New Brunswick’s history and culture, and understanding of how well it’s preserved, on this behind-the-scenes tour with an archivist.

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Free 23 Dineen Dr., Fredericton 506-453-2122

Science Show

Science East Science Centre

Unleash your inner scientist with an interactive, hands-on science show. The fun and the learning are hard to tell apart!

Min. $6.50 to Max. $10 668 Brunswick St., Fredericton scienceeast.nb.ca 506-457-2340

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca


THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE JOSEPH B. MICHAUD BLACKSMITH MUSEUM

724 Principale St. 506-992-3637 sochclair@nb.aibn.com $2.50 to $5

LAC BAKER Sunrise and sunset on two magnificent lakes surrounded by beautiful mountains. Come and breathe in the fresh, clean air.

THINGS TO DO

This heritage river drive has ‘boat loads’ of things to see and do. Take a pontoon ride or visit the longest covered bridge in the world. Slow things down with a relaxing day of galleries, museums and art workshops. We’ll point you in the right direction, no matter where you want to go.

This historic museum located in a former blacksmith shop houses antique tools and equipment used in the past by blacksmiths. 2056 Commerciale St. 506-992-6050 gaetanesauciernadeau@gmail.com

LEDGES . . . PLACE DES PIONNIERS

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Unsupervised freshwater beach along Lac Baker. Picnic areas and washrooms on site. 5442 Centrale St. 506-992-6060

Unsupervised freshwater beach with parking, washrooms, picnic area, playground. Ideal for nautical sport activities and sports fishing. 99 De l’île Rd. 506-992-6060

BAKER-BROOK Step back in time in a charming, small-scale model village reconstructing the pioneers’ history of the community of Saint-François, formerly called Ledges. 2033 Commerciale St. 506-992-6055/506-992-5341 gate_stf@yahoo.ca saintfrancoisconnors.com Want the best experience? See page 135

CLAIR Discover the heritage of this quaint community near the New Brunswick/Maine, U.S. border.

ARTISTIC STOPS L.G. FLY & ROD 506-992-3008 Located in the village’s majestic church, this heritage museum depicts the pioneers’ life in Saint-François, a community settled in the early 1800s. 2017 Commerciale St. 506-992-6055 gaetanesauciernadeau@gmail.com

FRONTIÈRE PARK

LAC BAKER MUNICIPAL PARK

SAINT-FRANÇOISDE-MADAWASKA Saint-François is an extraordinary vacation location known for its community and economic vitality, its museum and numerous outdoor activities.

BEACH STOPS

Situated at the heart of the upper Madawaska region, this peaceful village is separated from Maine, U.S., by the Saint John River.

HERITAGE STOPS BAKER BROOK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1939, this covered bridge is 29 m (95 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 18, Hébert Boulevard/Route 120 South, 23.4 km (14.5 mi.) onto Cyr Street.

SAINT-HILAIRE Village along the Saint John River, near the Quebec and U.S. borders. Historical landmarks and a moonshine festival are a tribute to its colourful history.

FOODIE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

MAURIFILS FARM 506-258-3955

CLAIR HISTORIC SITE (CLAIR HISTORICAL SOCIETY)

A historical site comprised of several heritage buildings like the Daigle/St-Jean house founded in 1848, community gardens, the Café des galettes de Mémère, a picnic area, and a Visitor Information Centre.

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CITY OF

EDMUNDSTON

EDMUNDSTON, IT’S ABOUT TIME

Edmundston is the perfect place to take a moment and stop along the way of your travels. Nestled between sparkling rivers and mountains weathered by time, the city of Edmundston is sure to impress you. It’s TIME to awaken your senses by cycling the Petit Témis Trail, touring the Fortin du Petit-Sault Blockhouse or tasting the traditional ployes. Time to celebrate and create unforgettable memories at shows and festivals. Time to experience the new celestial garden and the herbalist’s shop at the New Brunswick Botanical Garden . . . so many ways to take your time and savour the local culture! 506-737-1850/1-866-737-6766 l janice@otem.ca l tourismedmundston.com l

ARTISTIC STOPS

FOODIE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

EDMUNDSTON ARTS CENTRE

BRASSEURS DU PETIT-SAULT BREWERS

ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM

A cultural space decicated to the creation and diffusion of the arts. Each season, come discover the array of workshops, exhibits, artistic activities and concerts that will awaken all your senses! 82 Canada Rd. 506-739-2127 LBeaulieu@edmundston.ca edmundston.ca/en/services-aux-citoyens/ loisir-et-culture $5 to $200

This microbrewery in the heart of downtown Edmundston has a variety of award-winning beers that are Belgian-inspired but brewed with their very own taste and character. 45 de l’Église St. 506-733-1313 petitsault.com/en

EDMUNDSTON FARMERS MARKET

The museum showcases vintage and antique automobiles, as well as other equipment related to transportation history. 31 Principale St. 506-735-2637 eric.morneault@gnb.ca tourismedmundston.com/en/informations. php?cat=Saint-Jacques $3.25 to $10

GOLF STOPS

CATHEDRAL OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

506-735-8559

EDMUNDSTON FRASER GOLF CLUB 506-735-7266

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

This Roman and Gothic style church opened to worship in 1927 and became the cathedral of the Diocese of Edmundston in 1944. 145 Rice St. 506-737-8950


THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE CENTRE DE DOCUMENTATION ET D’ÉTUDES MADAWASKAYENNES

MADAWASKA MUSEUM AND GALERIE COLLINE

VÉLO EDMUNDSTON TRAILS

Facilitates research for people interested in the history of the Madawaska region. 165 Hébert Blvd. 506-737-5058

CYR HISTORICAL HOUSE

Built between 1825 and 1830 in Saint-Basile, the Cyr Historical House is the oldest house in Madawaska. De la Chapelle Street 506-737-5282 patrimoinemadvic.com/en/musee.php?cat= Maison+Alexis+Cyr

DU RÉEL AU MINIATURE RAILROAD INTERPRETATION CENTRE

Permanent exhibition of unique objects; the museum showcases the work of local and regional artists and travelling exhibits. 195 Hébert Blvd. 506-737-5282 cmichaud@umce.ca cuslm.ca/galerie $3.50 to $5

Ride or hike our 40 km (24.9 mi.) of single tracks. Magnificent views, challenging treks and the best single tracks in the Maritimes. Just 5 minutes from downtown Edmundston, New Brunswick! Nadeau Road 506-735-6292/506-736-9230 info@veloedmundston.ca veloedmundston.ca

PARK STOPS

NATURE STOPS

DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE PROVINCIAL PARK

LE PROSPECTEUR HIKING TRAILS – EDMUNDSTON Explore more than 10 km (6.2 mi.) of trails through breathtaking scenery on a mountain slope, ideal for hiking and snowshoeing. 7 Canada St. 506-739-2103

SAINT JOHN RIVER VALLEY TRAIL (EDMUNDSTON TO WOODSTOCK)

This model-train layout is a miniature recreation of New Brunswick railway transportation system. Also, featuring an exhibit of artefacts. 1091 Victoria St. 506-739-9644 jefstyle@nb.aibn.com dureelauminiature.com/english.html $1 to $34

Part of the Sentier NB Trail system. Multi-use trail along the Saint John River with gentle grades and multiple access points. Wildlife viewing. 116 Victoria St. (at the Marina) 1-800-526-7070

THE NEW BRUNSWICK BOTANICAL GARDEN

PETIT TÉMIS INTERPROVINCIAL LINEAR PARK Great for cycling, walking and birdwatching. Continues to Rivière-du-Loup, Québec, 130 km (81 mi.). 116 Victoria St. 506-739-1992

FORTIN DU PETIT-SAULT (PETIT-SAULT BLOCKHOUSE) Eleven thematic gardens and two arboretums over more than 8 ha (20 acres) of land along the banks of a river. Various activities and interactive workshops! 15 Principale St. 506-737-4444 info@jardinNBgarden.com jardinnb.org/en $10 to $14 Reproduction of a blockhouse built in 1841 during the boundary dispute between the United States and England 14 St-Jean Ave. 506-735-7564 patrimoinemadvic.com/fr/musee.php?cat= Fortin+du+Petit-Sault $1 to $8

Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Madawaska River, enjoy biking trails, outside theatre, semiOlympic pool and a recreation program. Wildlife viewing. 31 Principale St. 506-735-2525/1-800-561-0123 delarepublique@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca

What did you do while you were in Edmundston? Mention @VisitEdmundston when you post a picture on Twitter to show us how you explored the city.

WILDLIFE STOPS MADAWASKA ORNITOURS 506-739-6471

share your

EDMUNDSTON MEMORIES

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RIVIÈRE-VERTE

GOLF STOPS

An ideal spot for outdoor enthusiasts; canoeing, trout fishing, biking and hiking trails, picnic areas, lookout and beautiful landscapes.

GRAND FALLS GOLF CLUB

HERITAGE STOPS GREEN RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (BONIFACE)

Quality Inn Grand Falls

Built in 1925, this covered bridge is 59 m (194 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 32, Davis Street North 4.9 km (3 mi.), onto Boniface Road.

• Free hot & cold breakfast • 80 newly renovated rooms • Executive rooms • Enrolment in Choice Privileges • Family dining room • Conference & banquet rooms • Heated indoor pool • Sauna & whirlpool • Free Wireless High-Speed Internet • Children 18 and under stay free

NATURE STOPS EXPERIMENTAL FOREST 506-737-5050

18-hole golf course: Driving range, championship golf course, exceptional and impeccable greens, scenic views. 803 Main St. 506-473-4494 golf@cepsc.ca grandgolf.ca $30 to $45

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS LE CANOTIER

Grand Falls, NB 10039 Route 144, Exit 75 506-473-1300, 1-800-4CHOICE Fax: 506-473-5501, pdl@nbnet.nb.ca presdulac.com choicehotels.ca/cn858

506-263-2201

SAINTE-ANNEDE-MADAWASKA

HERITAGE STOPS GRAND FALLS MUSEUM

Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska is a picturesque village built on the slopes of the Appalachians, the perfect destination for outdoor activities.

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Best Western Plus Grand-Sault Hotel & Suites • Complimentary hot deluxe breakfast • Kids 17 and under stay free • Indoor heated pool and Hot tub • Standard and suite accommodations • Cocktail lounge • Free High-speed Internet access in all guest rooms and public areas • Close to golf course and tourist attractions • Walking distance to the E & P Senechal Regional Civic Center

Built in 1951, this covered bridge is 17 m (55 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 32, Davis Street North, turn right on Rivière-Quisibis Road 2.8 km (1.7 mi.), turn right on Lavoie Road 5.3 km (3.3 mi.), onto Deschênes Road.

GRAND FALLS/ GRAND-SAULT Experience the magnitude of the Gorge by boat, hike or zipline! Enjoy the hospitality of the town and the beauty of the region.

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FOODIE STOPS GRAND FALLS FARMERS MARKET 506-475-7743

Grand Falls, NB Highway 2, exit 79 Tel.: 1-866-918-6200/506-473-6200

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Located just across from the Falls and Gorge, come discover Ron Turcotte’s memorabilia from when he rode Secretariat and won the Triple Crown in 1973. 68 Madawaska Rd. 506-473-5265/1-506-475-7769 fallsgor@nbnet.nb.ca grandfalls.com

Adventurers will experience thrills and delight while sliding along a zipline above the Falls and Gorge at Grand Falls! 25 Madawaska Rd. 506-473-4924/1-888-494-7924 info@zipzag.ca zipzag.ca $20 to $40


PARK STOPS

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

GRAND FALLS GORGE

OPEN SKY ADVENTURES

Route 105, north of Perth-Andover, at Maliseet Nation 506-273-5533

PERTH-ANDOVER Discover the village’s heritage; hike, bike or ski on the 3 trail systems; take part in the festivals and dine on local fare.

FOODIE STOPS For an unforgettable experience, ask about our guided tours offered daily along the Gorge, in both official languages. For a breathtaking view via the walking trails, you will appreciate various lookouts. 25 Madawaska Rd. 506-475-7750/1-877-475-7769 Fallsgor@nbnet.nb.ca grandfalls.com

Embark on a 1.5-hour hybrid-pontoon boat tour or “deepell” the 41-m (135-ft.) cliffs for the thrill of a lifetime! (Deepelling is face-forward rappelling!) 16087 Route 105 506-473-4803/506-477-9799 paquet75@msn.com openskyadventures.com $125

Want the best experience? See page 135

Want the best experience? See page 135 & 136

DRUMMOND

NEW DENMARK

Quiet francophone rural village nestled in the natural splendour of the Saint John River Valley, a short distance from the Grand Falls Gorge.

HERITAGE STOPS NEW DENMARK MEMORIAL MUSEUM

PERTH-ANDOVER FARMERS MARKET 506-273-3689

HERITAGE STOPS SOUTHERN VICTORIA HISTORICAL MUSEUM

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE The oldest surviving building in the community of Perth-Andover and designated Provincial Heritage Place, houses a collection of artefacts from the area. 1291 West Riverside Dr. 506-273-4105 info@perth-andover.com patrimoinemadvic.com/en/musee.php?cat= Southern+Victoria+Historical+Museum

A collection of portraits, farm machinery and many other artefacts from the local community. A number of the artefacts originate from the first settlers. 6 Main New Denmark Rd. 506-553-6724 patrimoinemadvic.com/en/musee.php?cat= New+Denmark’s+Memorial+Museum

FOUR FALLS GOLF STOPS AROOSTOOK VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB

VILLAGE OF PERTH-ANDOVER – CULTURAL WALKWAY 506-273-4959

NATURE STOPS INTERNATIONAL APPALACHIAN TRAIL (PERTH-ANDOVER TO TIDE HEAD) New Brunswick portion of the International Appalachian Trail – 274-km (170-miles) from the border between Perth-Andover (NB) and Fort Fairfield (Maine), all the way to Tide Head near Campbellton. Route 105 1-800-526-7070

506-273-9184

FLORENCEVILLETOBIQUE NARROWS BRISTOL (NEGOOTKOOK FIRST NATION)

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Freshwater swimming beach, shelter with picnic tables, parking, landing dock, campsites and a park close to the beach.

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

This charming community along the Saint John River is the French Fry Capital of the World and home to a rich agricultural heritage.


THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

ARTISTIC STOPS

Enjoy a weekend in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains

ANDREW & LAURA MCCAIN ART GALLERY 506-392-6769 Want the best experience? See page 136

Situated over both sides of the

FOODIE STOPS

Saint John River, this historic village offers visitors experiences that will excite all five senses.

BLACKIE’S FARM MARKET 506-392-6263

FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL OUTDOOR SUMMER MARKET

• Incredible self-guided cultural walkway tours • Adventurous trails • Easy access to the river • Hiking and biking

Spoil yourself with luxurious accommodations at The Castle Inn.

Perth-Andover offers countless activities from the extreme to the extremely relaxing. Everything you need to create a perfect weekend getaway.

Every Thursday from June to September, scenic Riverside Park comes alive to showcase the vibrancy of the Saint John River Valley. 9173 Main St. 506-392-6763 tourism@florencevillebristol.ca florencevillebristol.ca Want the best experience? See page 136

Explore Perth-Andover! For more information on events & activities please visit:

www.perth-andover.com

HUNTER BROTHERS FARM 506-392-6279

HERITAGE STOPS

SHOGOMOC RAILWAY SITE & WELCOME CENTRE

FLORENCEVILLE BRIDGE Built in 1907, this covered bridge is 47 m (154 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 153, Route 110 East 1.5 km (0.9 mi.), turn right on Route 103, take Centreville Road, onto Jim Davis Drive.

NEW BRUNSWICK POTATO WORLD MUSEUM The Shogomoc Railway Museum & Welcome Centre features a restored 1914 Canadian Pacific Railway Station with three renovated train cars. 9207 Main St. 506-392-6763 tourism@florencevillebristol.ca florencevillebristol.ca $1 to $3

State-of-the-art discovery centre, antique farm machinery and recognition of those having made significant contributions to the potato industry. 385 Centreville Rd. 506-392-1955 tours@potatoworld.ca potatoworld.ca $6 to $32

NATURE STOPS SHIKTEHAWK WALKING TRAIL Four-season trail along the Shiktehawk Stream, perfect for hiking, mountain biking and snowshoeing. Covered picnic table at trail entrance. 9240 Main St. 506-392-6763

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LOWER WINDSOR

RIVERSIDE PARK Beautiful park, nature trail and view of the Saint John River. Walk the trail, relax or have a picnic. Wildlife viewing. 9173 Main St. 506-392-6763

KNOWLESVILLE WILDLIFE STOPS FALLS BROOK CENTRE

HERITAGE STOPS NORTH BECAGUIMEC RIVER NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (ELLIS) Built in 1909, this covered bridge is 18 m (60 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 172, Route 130 East 5.5 km (3.4 mi.), turn right on Route 104, 13.6 km (8.4 mi.), turn left on Howard Brook Road, onto Ellis Road, at Lower Windsor, near Hartland.

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The picturesque Town of Hartland is the home of the Longest Covered Bridge in the World and is known for its warm hospitality.

GOLF STOPS

ARTISTIC STOPS

COVERED BRIDGE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

PAINT THE HEARTLAND FINE ARTS SHOW & SALE

506-375-1112

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FOODIE STOPS JEREMIAH’S PLACE

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HERITAGE STOPS HARTLAND COVERED BRIDGE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

365 Main St. 506-375-4357 hartland@nbnet.nb.ca town.hartland.nb.ca

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FOODIE STOPS COVERED BRIDGE POTATO CHIP COMPANY

Stop by the potato chip factory where you can watch how potato chips are made and sample them fresh from the production line! 35 Alwright Crt. 506-375-2447 info@coveredbridgechips.com coveredbridgechips.com $3 to $5

HARTFORD NATURE STOPS MEDUXNEKEAG VALLEY NATURE PRESERVE Five hiking trails nestled along the beautiful Meduxnekeag River. Discover a number of rare and endangered species unique to this forested habitat. 200 or 260 Red Bridge Rd. 506-328-8227

FACTORY TOURS and GIFT SHOP open all year round.

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

UPPER WOODSTOCK

The Longest Covered Bridge in the World was built in 1901 and at the time, at 390.75 m (1,282 ft.) was an engineering wonder!

ARTISTIC STOP

Exit 172 off the TransCanada Highway Waterville, Carleton County New Brunswick

DONNA SMALLENBERG ARTIST 506-328-3320

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OLD CARLETON COUNTY COURT HOUSE

WOODSTOCK FARM AND CRAFT MARKET

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Open year round, Monday to Saturday. Vegetables, herbs, fruit, flowers, plants, eggs, home baking and crafts. Breakfast Fridays and Saturdays. 220 King St., Unit 1 506-325-1816 woodstockfarmmarket.ca $2

Dating from 1833, the first courthouse in Carleton County has a colourful and varied history. Now fully restored, it awaits your visit. 19 Court St. 506-328-9706 cchs@nb.aibn.com cchs-nb.ca/html/Court-House.html $5

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HONOURABLE CHARLES CONNELL HOUSE

Woodstock

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WOODSTOCK Woodstock, New Brunswick’s first town, with more than 155 years of history, boasts some of the finest 19th-century architecture, as well as museums.

ARTISTIC STOPS CREEK VILLAGE GALLERY

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE One of Canada’s finest examples of early 19th-century Greek-Revival architecture. Exhibitions include Aboriginal art and culture; a collection of musical instruments; Tappan Adney’s artwork and 1,000 Toy Soldiers. 128 Connell St. 506-328-9706 cchs@nb.aibn.com cchs-nb.ca $5

L. P. FISHER PUBLIC LIBRARY Creek Village Gallery & Café is an art and fine craft co-operative located in historic downtown Woodstock, New Brunswick. It features work by over 35 artists and artisans. 119 Connell St. 506-328-3232 creekvillagegallery@gmail.com

WOODSTOCK HERITAGE WALKING TOUR 506-325-4600

Research collection of local books, manuscripts and genealogical information, Dr. G. F. Clarke collection of Malisset artefacts and Dalton Camp Canadian Centre.

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679 Main St. 506-325-4777 lpfisher.library@gnb.ca town.woodstock.nb.ca/community/community_ library.htm

MALISEET TRAIL Ancient portage/canoe route linking the Saint John and St. Croix Rivers, created by the Maliseet people. Beautiful waterfall. Wildlife viewing. 958 Route 165 1-800-526-7070 info@sentiernbtrail.com sentiernbtrail.com/index.php?option=com_ sobi2&sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=0& sobi2Id=37&Itemid=&lang=en

SAINT JOHN RIVER VALLEY TRAIL (WOODSTOCK TO EDMUNDSTON) Part of the Sentier NB Trail system. Multi-use trail along the Saint John River with gentle grades and multiple access points. Wildlife viewing. 500 Prince William St. 1-800-526-7070

LOWER WOODSTOCK HERITAGE STOPS CEDAR HILL SCHOOLHOUSE One of the oldest one-room schoolhouses in New Brunswick. 2156 Route 165 506-328-6665

NORTONDALE HERITAGE STOPS NACKAWIC RIVER NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (NACKAWIC SIDING)

Briggs & Little While travelling in New Brunswick, be sure to visit the factory outlet store of Canada’s oldest woolen mill. We produce 100% wool yarns in over 50 shades and in several weights. Our outlet is open year round, Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tours available. 3500 Rte. 635, Harvey York Co., N.B. E6K 1J8 Tel. 506-366-5438 Fax 506-366-3034 Order Desk 1-800-561-9276 E-mail: yarninfo@briggsandlittle.com Web: www.briggsandlittle.com

Built in 1927, this covered bridge is 18 m (60 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 185, Route 550 East 3.9 km (2.4 mi.), Route 103 North 2 km (1.2 mi.), Route 585 East 26.8 km (16.6 mi.), on Nackawic Siding Road - seasonal road - 3 km (2 mi.), near Millville.

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KIRKLAND HERITAGE STOPS ST. DAVID’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE View Kirkland’s beautiful Presbyterian Church established by settlers in 1876. Kirkland is named after St. David’s, once referred to as ‘The Kirk.’ 1589 Route 540 506-277-9895

NACKAWIC A friendly community with breathtaking scenery and activities for all ages, Nackawic offers parks, trails, a public beach, and even a giant axe!

BEACH STOPS NACKAWIC BEACH Unsupervised freshwater beach with washrooms, playground and picnic area. 152 Otis Dr. 506-575-2240

GOLF STOPS NACKAWIC GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 506-575-8433

NATURE STOPS INTERNATIONAL GARDEN 506-575-2240

QUIRKY STOPS WORLD’S LARGEST AXE Seven tonnes of stainless steel, rising 15 m (49 ft.) above the glorious Saint John River. 152 Otis Dr. 506-575-2240

PRINCE WILLIAM HERITAGE STOPS KINGS LANDING HISTORICAL SETTLEMENT

HERITAGE STOPS EEL RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (BENTON) Built in 1927, this covered bridge is 32 m (105 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 212, Route 165 North 6 km (3.8 mi.), onto Benton Road 8.5 km (5.2 mi.).

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE A bustling living history village where visitors are immersed in the sights, sounds, colours and personalities of the past.

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THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE 5804 Route 102 506-363-4999/1-888-666-5547 Info.KingsLanding@gnb.ca kingslanding.nb.ca $12.25 to $41.50

KINGSCLEAR

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WOOLASTOOK PARK BEACH

HARVEY

(YORK COUNTY) Situated between rolling hills and surrounded by seven lakes, with the fiddle erected in memory of the late Don Messer.

ARTISTIC STOPS BRIGGS & LITTLE WOOLEN MILLS LTD. 506-366-5438

TREEGO® MACTAQUAC

BEACH STOPS 506-472-5584

MACTAQUAC BEACH STOPS MACTAQUAC PROVINCIAL PARK BEACH 506-363-4747

GOLF STOPS

TreeGO® is an adult/youth aerial adventure, challenging and exhilarating, as you move from one course to another. 1439 Route 105 506-363-4440/1-866-440-3346 worldcan@nb.sympatico.ca treegomactaquac.ca $15.93 to $31.86

MACTAQUAC GOLF COURSE

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LAKE GEORGE FAMILY CAMPGROUND BEACH

MACTAQUAC PROVINCIAL PARK

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MCADAM Experience the hospitality of the best little village in New Brunswick. Lake, river and camping activities in a scenic setting.

HERITAGE STOPS MCADAM RAILWAY STATION

18 holes. Daily green fees, clubhouse, dining room, carts, driving range, showers, lockers, pro shop, putting green, club rental, golf pro. 1265 Route 105 506-363-4925/1-877-267-4653 mactaquacgolf@gnb.ca mactaquacgolf.com $38 to $60

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

A park showcasing 525 ha (1,300 acres) of outdoor adventure. Play golf, hike, windsurf, camp, kayak, canoe fish or swim. Wildlife viewing. 1265 Route 105 506-363-4747/1-800-561-0123 mactaquacpark@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $6 to $10

LAKEWAY HOUSEBOAT VACATIONS

KESWICK RIDGE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Heritage Railway Station. Constructed 1900-1911 by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Guided tours. 96 Saunders Rd. 506-784-3101 villageofmcadam@nb.aibn.com mcadamstation.ca $6 Want the best experience? See page 137

NATURE STOPS JAMES C. YERXA NATURE PRESERVE

A unique vacation experience on the beautiful Saint John River. Come and enjoy a relaxing stay aboard a “cottage on the water!” 1265 Route 105 1-888-452-5392 larry@lakewayhouseboats.com lakewayhouseboats.com $705 to $4250

Ecologically significant preserve along the Keswick River. Rare plant and bird species, silver maple floodplain forest, bird migration staging area. 1399 Route 105 506-457-2398

DOUGLAS GOLF STOPS GILRIDGE GOLF CLUB 506-453-1077

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Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital by the majestic Saint John River, is rich in heritage, culture and nature. Once a British garrison, now tree-lined avenues lead to 88 km (55 mi.) of riverside trails connecting historic and cultural sites. In summer, concerts, outdoor films and theatre – all free – create a vibrant cultural scene, complimented by unique shopping and dining. 506-460-2041/1-888-888-4768 l tourism@fredericton.ca l tourismfredericton.ca l

ARTISTIC STOPS AITKENS PEWTER LTD. 506-450-8188

BEAVERBROOK ART GALLERY

CHARLOTTE STREET ARTS CENTRE 506-454-6952

FREDERICTON OUTDOOR SUMMER THEATRE

CONNEXION ARC

506-457-1975 Want the best experience? See page 137

EDVENTURES FREDERICTON

GALERIE DES BÂTISSEURS DU CENTRE COMMUNAUTAIRE SAINTE-ANNE

506-454-1433

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New Brunswick’s provincial art gallery, featuring historic and contemporary Canadian and European art, with a focus on New Brunswick and the Atlantic. 703 Queen St. 506-458-2028/1-877-458-8545 emailbag@beaverbrookartgallery.org beaverbrookartgallery.org $5 to $20

BOTINICALS GIFT SHOP, STUDIO & GALLERY 506-454-6101

CHANGING OF THE GUARD CEREMONY

A diverse vacation learning program offering intensive, small-group workshops in craft, culture and culinary. Workshops range from half-day to week-long. 11 Carleton St. 506-460-2233/1-888-850-1333 edVentures@fredericton.ca edventures.ca $40 to $300 Want the best experience? See page 137

FLIGHT OF THE EAGLE JEWELLERY ARTS

The oldest private gallery in New Brunswick featuring works from many of Atlantic Canada’s finest artists. Paintings, sculpture, photography, original prints, and one-of-a kind fine crafts are offered for sale. 796 Queen St. 506-454-5192/1-888-883-8322 art@gallery78.com gallery78.com

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THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE HARVEST JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL INGRID MUELLER ART AND CONCEPTS

665 George St. 506-451-1815 bycfrmmk@nbnet.nb.ca frederictonfarmersmarket.ca

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FREDERICTON REGION MUSEUM

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506-460-2837

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THE GEORGE FRY GALLERY AT THE NEW BRUNSWICK COLLEGE OF CRAFT AND DESIGN

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK ART CENTRE 506-453-4623

CARMAN CREEK GOLF / FOOTGOLF COURSE & PRACTICE FACILITY FREDERICTON GOLF CLUB 506-443-7710

KINGSWOOD GOLF

Housed in the historic Officers’ Quarters building; highlights the history of central New Brunswick. Home to the famous Coleman Frog. 571 Queen St. 506-455-6041 yorksunbury@nb.aibn.com tourismfredericton.ca/en/tourism/businessDetails. aspx?id=393&typeId=2 $2 to $10

COASTAL STOPS GOVERNMENT HOUSE

LIGHTHOUSE ON THE GREEN

Licensed food and beverage operation featuring a Maritime menu, ice cream, dining on the deck, exhibits, family activities and access to the viewing station. 615 Queen St. 506-460-2939 tourismfredericton.ca/en/thingstodo/Lighthouse OnTheGreen.asp $2 to $100

FOODIE STOPS CROWNE PLAZA FREDERICTON LORD BEAVERBROOK

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FREDERICTON BOYCE FARMERS MARKET

New Brunswick’s most recognized golf course. 18-hole signature course, 9-hole executive course, driving range, putting green, practice area and more. 1700 Kingswood Way 506-443-3333/1-800-423-5969 golf@kingswoodpark.ca kingswoodpark.com $15 to $89

HERITAGE STOPS CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Built between 1845-53, it was the first Gothicrevival cathedral built in North America. Guided tours available. 168 Church St. 506-450-8500

Features original furnishings and artefacts dating back to 1828, interpretive displays as well as the current offices of the Lieutenant-Governor. Guided tours. 51 Woodstock Rd. 506-453-2505 tim.richardson@gnb.ca gnb.ca/lg/ogh/index-e.asp

HISTORIC GARRISON DISTRICT

CITY OF FREDERICTON (GUIDED HERITAGE WALKING TOURS) 506-460-2041

FREDERICTON CITY HALL AND BICENTENNIAL TAPESTRIES NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Built in 1876, and the oldest City Hall still in use in the Maritimes. Tour the Council Chamber and its 27 colourful tapestries. 397 Queen St. 506-460-2129

Every Saturday morning, featuring over 200 vendors. A cornucopia of meats, vegetables, baking, and ethnic foods; to arts, crafts, jewellery and flowers. On-site restaurant serving breakfast.

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Museums, art galleries, heritage buildings, theatre performances and the Changing of the Guard Ceremony, all within a two-block area of downtown Fredericton. Queen Street 506-460-2041/1-888-888-4768 tourism@fredericton.ca historicgarrisondistrict.com Want the best experience? See page 137

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Top Events Perfect for a weekend getaway! Fredericton FROSTival January 21 – February 14 38th Annual Scotiabank Fredericton Marathon May 8 NB Highland Games Festival July 22 - 24 NB Summer Music Festival August 8 - 20 NB Fine Crafts Festival August 26 - 28 Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival September 13 - 18 Silver Wave Film Festival November 3 - 6 NB Spirits Festival November 22 - 25 For a complete list of Fredericton Festivals visit: TourismFredericton.ca/Festivals

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Delta Fredericton Fredericton’s only 4 Diamond Hotel 3 Restaurants • Indoor + Outdoor Pools 24/hr Fitness Facility • Salon + Spa Business Centre • Complimentary Parking Complimentary High-Speed Internet Scenic views of the St. John River 225 Woodstock Road Fredericton 1-800-268-1133 deltafredericton.com

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Fredericton Inn Centrally located to serve you! Fredericton Inn is everything you thought a great inn should be. We present a unique concept in hospitality… smart banquet and meeting rooms… stylish and comfortable rooms, relaxing pool, whirlpool and fitness centre… superb dining facilities. Our property is fully accessible. 1315 Regent Street (adjacent to Regent Mall) Fredericton 506-455-1430 1-800-561-8777 frederictoninn.nb.ca

Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Fredericton’s only Downtown Hotel! Best location in the city with Riverfront views & dining, indoor saltwater pool, hot tub and fitness centre. Walking distance to attractions, boutique shopping & local dining experiences. 659 Queen Street Fredericton 1-866-444-1946 cpfredericton.com

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Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Fredericton

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Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Fredericton features newly renovated rooms and Charlie’s Bar & Grill. We offer continental breakfast and wireless internet and free local and long distance phone calls. Relax in our pool, sauna and hot tub. Conveniently located up town, great for families, groups or tours. Ask about our special team rates. 958 Prospect Street Fredericton 506-462-4444 1-888-280-1122 or hojo.com

Leave the rest to us! 10,000 sq foot Indoor Mediterranean Courtyard, indoor pool, hot tub and games area. Complimentary hi-speed Wi-Fi, parking and shuttle service. Restaurant, pub, patio and golf course on site. Located 5 minutes to downtown. 480 Riverside Drive Fredericton 506-460-5500 1-800-596-4656 ramadafredericton.com

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4 Diamond Hotel City! Stay Smart in the Capital Free Express• Start Breakfast Daily 3 Restaurants Indoor + Outdoor Pools Free FibreOp WiFi• Internet 24/hr Fitness Facility Salon + Spa Free Parking Business • Complimentary Parking 24-HourCentre Multi-Station Fitness Room Complimentary High-Speed Internet Business Centre Services IHG Rewards Scenic views of Loyalty the St. Program John River Pet Friendly and Hypoallergenic Rooms 225 Woodstock Available Road 665 Fredericton Prospect Street 1-800-268-1133 Uptown Fredericton deltafredericton.com 506-459-0035 1-877-660-8550 holidayinnexpress.com/frederictonnb

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Riverside Resort and Fredericton Inn Conference Centre Centrally located to serve you! Full-service resort free wifi, indoor Fredericton Innwith is everything you heated pool and whirlpool, tennisbe. court, thought a great inn should children’s playground, refrigerators, We present a unique concept microwaves and free guest laundry services. in hospitality… smart banquet Pet friendly. Two bedroom cottages and meeting rooms… stylishavailable. and We comfortable are within minutes of relaxing Mactaquac’s rooms, pool,18hole golf course and 10centre… minutes tosuperb Kings whirlpool and fitness Landing Historical Settlement. dining facilities. Our property is fully 35 Mactaquac accessible.Road (Mactaquac Exit offStreet Hwy 102) 1315 Regent French Village (Fredericton), (adjacent to Regent Mall) 506-363-5111 Fredericton 1-800-561-5111 506-455-1430 riversidefredericton.com 1-800-561-8777 frederictoninn.nb.ca

Crowne Plaza Plus Lord Best Western Beaverbrook

Best Western Plus offers free hot breakfast, high-speed Internet and parking. Refrigerator, microwave Fredericton’s only and Bluray® player in every room and suite! Downtown Hotel! This hotel offers an unbeatable location, Bestwith location in theamenities. city with Riverfront along luxurious Relaxation & dining, pool, isviews a priority here, indoor with a saltwater fitness facility, soothing hot tub andcentre. heatedWalking indoor hot tub and fitness saltwater pool to greeting guests after a day distance attractions, boutique of business, shopping or experiences. fine dining. shopping & local dining This hotel also features bilingual staff. 659 Queen Street 333 Bishop Drive Fredericton Fredericton 1-866-444-1946 506-455-8448 cpfredericton.com 1-877-455-8448 bestwesternatlantic.com

Days Inn Oromocto Comfort Inn The Days Inn Oromocto is located A New Level of Comfort in CANADA’S MODEL TOWN of Our friendly staff along is committed to Oromocto, situated the Oromocto making your Rivers. stay with us 10 extremely and St. John Just minutes comfortable. from the capital city of Fredericton with its incredible shopping, downtown Enjoy your free Hot Breakfast, free night life, access, and historic This Internet onsiteattractions. fitness room family hotel is pet friendly, with an and guest laundry room. indoorPets pool,always fitnesswelcome. centre, wireless internet, and complimentary breakfast. 797 Prospect Street 60Fredericton Brayson Blvd Oromocto 506-453-0800 506-357-5657 1-800-228-5150 1-866-529-0675 frederictoncomfortinn.com daysinnoromocto.com

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Ramada Hotel University of Fredericton New Brunswick Accommodations Leave the rest to us!

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

Museum featuring sports history and honoured members. 5-in-1 interactive sports system. Biomechanics and Sports Discovery Centre – hands-on. Trophies. 503 Queen St. 506-453-3747 nbsportshalloffame@gnb.ca nbsportshalloffame.com $2 to $8

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Tours are available when the legislature is not in session. Library contains about 50,000 books; an excellent collection of New Brunswick materials. 706 Queen St. 506-453-2527 wwwleg@gnb.ca gnb.ca/legis/index-e.asp

What did you do while you were in Fredericton? Mention @FredTourism when you post a picture on Twitter to show us how you explored the city.

Collects and preserves the documents of the people, institutions and government of the province. Textual records, maps, architectural plans, photos, sound recordings, film, video, and exhibits. Available for public research. 23 Dineen Dr., UNB campus 506-453-2122 provincial.archives@gnb.ca archives.gnb.ca Want the best experience? See page 138

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Start your New Brunswick vacation in our beautiful capital city! The Fredericton International Airport is just a 15 minute drive from downtown. We offer direct flights to Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax with connections worldwide.

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HARTT ISLAND RV RESORT

506-452-9269

HYLA PARK NATURE PRESERVE Protected habitat for the grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) with meandering trails and rare plants. Download our Deep Map Eco app to your smartphone! 150 Greenwood Dr. 506-457-2398

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS SCHOOL DAYS MUSEUM

FREDERICTON GEOCACHING TOUR 506-460-2041

FREDERICTON SMALL CRAFT AQUATIC CENTRE 506-460-2260

SCIENCE EAST SCIENCE CENTRE

A vast collection of artefacts, some dating as far back as the mid-19th century, recreates the atmosphere of a one-room schoolhouse. Queen Street 506-459-3738 sdmuseum@nb.sympatico.ca museum.nbta.ca

NATURE STOPS CITY OF FREDERICTON TRAILS

KILLARNEY LAKE PARK Picturesque park with sandy beach, supervised freshwater swimming, washrooms, change rooms and walking trails. Wildlife viewing. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. 1600 Saint Marys St. 506-460-2230

KINGSWOOD PARK

Over 150 hands-on exhibits, playground, science shows and much more. Science East . . . Canada’s best little science centre. Play . . . Discover . . . Learn . . . 668 Brunswick St. 506-457-2340 science@scienceeast.nb.ca scienceeast.nb.ca $6.50 to $10 Want the best experience? See page 138

PARK STOPS CARLETON PARK Explore over 88 km (53 mi.) of trails along the Saint John and Nashwaak Rivers. Discover a rich tapestry of natural beauty and historic landmarks. Watch for soaring eagles! 180 Station Rd., Trail Visitor Centre, northside 506-460-2041 info@frederictontrailscoalition.com fredericton.ca/trails

Full-service RV resort offering 50-amp big rig sites. Water park, mini-golf, walking trails. On-site canoe, kayak, bike rentals and boat rides. 2475 Woodstock Rd. 506-462-9400 information@harttisland.ca harttisland.ca $40 to $60

Waterfront green space with walking trails, benches and picnic area. Public boat launch providing access to the Saint John River. Wildlife viewing. Union Street, northside 506-460-2294

Atlantic Canada’s largest entertainment centre. Bowling, playclimber, inflatable obstacle course, laser tag, arcade, food court, day camps and more. 1700 Kingswood Way 506-444-9503/1-800-423-5969 ecreservations@kingswoodpark.com kingswoodpark.com $5 to $99

ODELL PARK & ODELL ARBORETUM Odell Park is a 175-ha (432-acre) park within the heart of Fredericton. Arboretum, 16 km (10 mi.) of trails and various amenities. Wildlife viewing. 350 Rookwood Ave. 506-460-2230

WILMOT PARK Beautifully landscaped, offering walking trails, tennis and basketball courts, lawn bowling, playground and a new outdoor aquatic facility (late summer 2016). 15 Saunders St. 506-460-2230

WILDLIFE STOPS DUCKS UNLIMITED CENTRE 506-458-8848

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THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

LINCOLN

FREDERICTON JUNCTION

MILL SETTLEMENT WEST

ARTISTIC STOPS CROWN ASHTON CHINA

Take a side trip to discover this historical community and visit three of the province’s covered bridges nearby.

HERITAGE STOPS

JUDY BLAKE POTTERY

HERITAGE STOPS

506-459-7941

506-446-4311

CURRIE HOUSE Museum with displays of antiques and artefacts. Large picnic area, nature trails through the woods and by the river. 110 Currie Ln. 506-368-2818

RUSAGONIS HERITAGE STOPS RUSAGONIS RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (OWENS, PATRICK)

HOYT

Built in 1909, this covered bridge is 72 m (236 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 297, Nevers Road South 2.5 km (1.5 mi.), Route 655 West 5.3 km (3.3 mi.), turn left onto Wilsey Road.

HERITAGE STOPS

WATERVILLE

(SUNBURY COUNTY)

BEACH STOPS

SOUTH OROMOCTO RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (MILL SETTLEMENT) Built in 1912, this covered bridge is 42 m (136 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 306, Route 7 South 8.5 km (5.2 mi.), Exit 29, Broad Road 1 km (0.6 mi.), turn left on Branch Road 16.2 km (10 mi.), Route 101 South 5.4 km (3.3 mi.), turn right on Mill Settlement West, near Hoyt.

JUVENILE SETTLEMENT HERITAGE STOPS

BACK CREEK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (HOYT STATION) Built in 1936, this covered bridge is 29 m (94 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 306, Route 7 South 8.5 km (5.2 mi.), Exit 29, Broad Road 1 km (0.6 mi.), turn left on Branch Road 16.2 km (10 mi.), Route 101 South 7 km (4.4 mi.), onto Hoyt Station Road.

SOUTH OROMOCTO RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (BELL) Built in 1931, this covered bridge is 38 m (123 ft.) in length. Off Route 101, onto Boyne Road, at Juvenile Settlement, near Hoyt.

SUNBURY-OROMOCTO PARK BEACH 506-357-3708

Whether you are looking to relax and get back to nature, delve deep into the history of Canada’s military and New Brunswick’s shipbuilding or just go shopping, Oromocto is the place to visit. Drop by our Visitor Information Centre, conveniently located at Exit 301 off the Trans-Canada Highway.

Our attractions include something for the whole family: Sir Douglas Hazen Park Riverfront Trans-Canada Walking Trail Deer Park Nature Trail System Oromocto Marina

Small Craft Aquatic Kayak/Canoe Centre Fort Hughes Military Blockhouse New Brunswick Military History Museum Military Engineers’ Museum Gage Golf and Curling Complex

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OROMOCTO Discover a full-service marina, small-craft aquatic centre, golf, trails, parks, museums, shopping, dining and Canadian Forces Base Gagetown.

NEW BRUNSWICK MILITARY HISTORY MUSEUM

UPPER GASPEREAU

Illustrates the history of the New Brunswick military forces from 1600 to the present. An enriching educational experience. Group visits welcome. Canadian Forces Base Gagetown 506-422-2000

HERITAGE STOPS

COASTAL STOPS

NATURE STOPS

OROMOCTO MARINA

DEER PARK NATURE TRAILS A series of multi-use trails adjacent to a waterfowl marsh and the Oromocto River system. Wildlife viewing. Parkview Avenue 506-357-4456

OROMOCTO COMMUNITY TRAILS

Full-service marina. Adjacent to the Oromocto Mall. Wharf Road 506-357-4409 recreation@oromocto.ca oromocto.ca

GOLF STOPS GAGE GOLF & CURLING CLUB

A multi-use nature trail in the Sir Douglas Hazen Park, adjacent to the Oromocto and Saint John Rivers. Wildlife viewing. Parkview Avenue 506-357-4456

OROMOCTO SMALL CRAFT AQUATIC CENTRE 506-357-4456

PARK STOPS SIR DOUGLAS HAZEN PARK Open-green-space area with military Blockhouse, Small Craft Aquatic Centre, Oromocto Marina and free Internet access point. Wildlife viewing. 1 Wharf Rd. 506-357-4456

MINTO 18 holes. Clubhouse, snack bar, golf carts, driving range, pro shop, putting green and club rental. Mini-golf and dairy bar also on-site. 55 Fraser Ave. 506-357-9343 gagerec@rogers.com gagegolfandcurling.com $30 to $40

This quaint community played a leading role in the local coal industry and introduces the visitor to an important part of New Brunswick history.

COLES ISLAND HERITAGE STOPS LONG CREEK NO. 1 COVERED BRIDGE (STARKEY) Built in 1912, this covered bridge is 42 m (136 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 365, Route 10 East 6.3 km (3.9 mi.), onto Starkey Road.

CODYS GOLF STOPS WASHADEMOAK GOLF CLUB 506-362-2667

CAMBRIDGENARROWS Charming village will have you visiting country craft outlets and vineyards, and admiring the beauty of the area.

ARTISTIC STOPS

NEW BRUNSWICK INTERNMENT CAMP HERITAGE MUSEUM

ACACIA GALLERY 506-488-1119

FOODIE STOPS MOTTS LANDING VINEYARD & WINERY

CANADIAN MILITARY ENGINEERS MUSEUM

506-488-8091

Over 35,000 of the finest engineer-specific and general military artefacts, as well as facts on military operations and peacekeeping missions. Mitchell Building (J-10) Room D215, CFB Gagetown 506-422-1897

A replica of the original Fort Hughes built by British soldiers during the Revolutionary War. It was rebuilt during the War of 1812. 62 Miramichi Rd. 506-357-4456

Built in 1913, this covered bridge is 50 m (164 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 365, Route 10 West (38.5 km/23.9 mi.), Route 123 North (13.7 km/8.5 mi.), on Cross Road, near Chipman.

HERITAGE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

FORT HUGHES MILITARY BLOCKHOUSE

GASPEREAU RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (BURPEE)

HERITAGE STOPS ANTHONY FLOWER HOUSE MUSEUM 506-488-3030 More than 600 artefacts with model of P.O.W. camp. Historic walking trail at original site in Ripples, near Fredericton. 420 Pleasant Dr., Unit 1 506-327-3573 edmuseum62@hotmail.com nbinternmentcampmuseum.ca $1.50 to $4

JEMSEG FOODIE STOPS JEMSEG FARMERS MARKET 506-362-2930

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GAGETOWN

BELLEISLE BAY

The riverside Village of Gagetown is a gem worth discovering. Birdwatching, boating, shopping and dining are all here.

FERRIES

OAK POINT (KINGS COUNTY)

BEACH STOPS

BELLEISLE BAY FERRY

ARTISTIC STOPS GREIG POTTERY LTD. 506-488-2074

JUGGLER’S COVE FINE ARTS & CRAFTS

Toll-free service. Operated by the Province year-round, between Earle Wharf on Route 124 and Long Point on Route 850. 1-888-747-7006

506-488-2574

EVANDALE

COASTAL STOPS

FERRIES

GAGETOWN MARINA

EVANDALE FERRY

KIWANIS OAK POINT CAMPGROUND AND PARK BEACH 506-468-2266

COASTAL STOPS OAK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 506-468-2266

Toll-free service. Operated by the Province year-round at Evandale between Routes 102 and 124. 1-888-747-7006

CENTRAL GREENWICH ARTISTIC STOPS M.N.O. POTTERY 506-608-5955

Full-service marina providing docks and moorings for seasonal and long- and short-term stays, fuel sales, pump-out station, showers, laundromat. 50 Front St. 506-488-1992/1-877-488-1992 nancy@gagetownmarina.ca gagetownmarina.ca $40 to $50

HERITAGE STOPS QUEENS COUNTY COURT HOUSE MUSEUM 506-488-2483

TILLEY HOUSE MUSEUM 506-488-2483

QUEENSTOWN ARTISTIC STOPS ROUTE 102 HAND MADE GOODS 1-888-488-3235

CENTRAL HAMPSTEAD ARTISTIC STOPS CLAY DESIGN INC. 506-488-8812

GASPEREAU RIVER

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WELSFORD GOLF STOPS

CITY OF SAINT JOHN

WELSFORD GOLF COURSE 506-486-2217

GRAND BAYWESTFIELD Find the best of urban and rural New Brunswick, minutes away from Saint John; small-town charm with a cottage-country flavour.

BEACH STOPS WESTFIELD BEACH Unsupervised freshwater swimming beach with picnic area and a floating dock attached to the old wharf during the summer. 4 Ferry Rd. 506-738-6423

FERRIES WESTFIELD FERRY Toll-free service. Operated by the Province year-round between Grand Bay-Westfield on Route 177 and Hardings Point, off Route 845 on the Kingston Peninsula. 1-888-747-7006

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS BRUNDAGE POINT RIVER CENTRE

Large shoreline preserve with meadow, forest and diverse flora and fauna. Particularly beautiful in the spring. Nesting ground for peregrine falcons. Summerville Road 506-457-2398

It’s easy to energize yourself in this active suburban community along the Kennebecasis River, where recreation and culture meet. For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Saint John, see page 42 in the Fundy Coastal Drive section.

BAYSWATER COASTAL STOPS

BEACH STOPS GONDOLA POINT BEACH Supervised freshwater beach with changing rooms and picnic areas. Sandbar overlooking the Kennebecasis River. Near Gondola Point Cable Ferry service. 278 Route 119 (Gondola Point Arterial) 506-849-5778

MEENAN’S COVE BEACH

Established in 1914. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. White, square tower with red roof. Inland lighthouse. 2095 Route 845

Supervised freshwater swimming beach with change and washroom facilities, barbecues, playground, beach volleyball courts, ball field and picnic shelters. 199 Model Farm Rd. 506-849-5778

FERRIES

FERRIES

KENNEBECASIS ISLAND FERRY

GONDOLA POINT FERRIES

BAYSWATER LIGHTHOUSE

Toll-free service. Operated by the Province between Kennebecasis Island and Summerville, off Route 845, on the Kingston Peninsula. 1-888-747-7006

Toll-free service. Operated by the provincial government year-round between Gondola Point (Route 119) and the Kingston Peninsula (Route 845). 1-888-747-7006

HERITAGE STOPS

FRENCH VILLAGE

Built in 1920, this covered bridge is 66 m (218 ft.) in length. Route 7, Exit 80, Route 102 North 1.2 km (0.7 mi.), Route 177 South 2.2 km (1.3 mi.). Take Westfield Ferry then Hardings Point Road 1.5 km (0.9 mi.), onto Route 845 East 9.2 km (5.7 mi.).

SUMMERVILLE (KINGS COUNTY)

FERRIES SUMMERVILLE-MILLIDGEVILLE FERRY Toll-free service from April to December, between Kennebecasis River and Sandy Point Road in the city of Saint John and Summerville, off Route 845 on the Kingston Peninsula. 1-888-747-7006

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QUISPAMSIS

MILKISH INLET NO. 1 COVERED BRIDGE (BAYSWATER)

Community centre and riverside park offering boat docks, playground, geological history, musical performances and access to the Heritage Trail. 4 Ferry Rd. 506-738-6406 rivercentre@towngbw.ca town.grandbay-westfield.nb.ca/about-our-town/ brundage-point-river-centre

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HERITAGE STOPS HAMMOND RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (FRENCH VILLAGE) Built in 1912, this covered bridge is 55 m (181 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 141, Route 119, 1.7 km (1 mi.), Route 100 North 3.5 km (2 mi.), Stockfarm Road 2.8 km (1.7 mi.), Route 860 North.

SMITHTOWN HERITAGE STOPS HAMMOND RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (SMITHTOWN) Built in 1914, this covered bridge is 56 m (183 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 158, Route 100 West 2.7 km (1.6 mi.), Lakeside Road 4.7 km (2.9 mi.), Route 860 East 1 km (0.6 mi.), onto Damascus Road.


KINGSTON

KINGSTON FARMERS MARKET COOPERATIVE

NAUWIGEWAUK

THE ORIGINAL PENINSULA FARMERS MARKET

HERITAGE STOPS

506-644-9682

ARTISTIC STOPS CRIMMINS POTTERY 506-763-2324

DARLINGS ISLAND COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1914, this covered bridge is 42 m (137 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 141, Route 119 1.7 km (1 mi.), Route 100 North 6.6 km (4 mi.), Station Loop Road 1.4 km (0.8 mi.), Darlings Island Road.

FOODIE STOPS DUNHAMS RUN ESTATE WINERY

HAMPTON Saturday mornings from May to December. 863 Route 845, Kingston Community Hall 506-847-3822 market-jamesamoore@bellaliant.net

State-of-the-art winery specializing in handcrafted, premium organic wines. Beautiful location on the Saint John River. Vineyard tours, tastings and boutique. 35 Gorhams Bluff Rd. 506-653-0200 vineyard@xplornet.ca dunhamsrun.ca

HERITAGE STOPS KINGSTON HISTORIC DISTRICT PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Collections of local artefacts and archival information from the Kingston Peninsula area following the arrival of the Loyalists. 874 Route 845 506-763-2101

A small, friendly community amid waterways, farmland, marsh and wildlife, with unique heritage buildings and a vibrant arts community.

ARTISTIC STOPS KINGS COUNTY STUDIO TOUR 506-832-6096

GOLF STOPS HAMPTON GOLF CLUB

18 holes. Daily green fees, dress code, clubhouse, driving range, bar and grill, pro shop, putting green, golf carts, club rental, PGA™ professionals. 68 William Bell Dr. 506-832-5045 craig@hamptongolf.ca hamptongolf.ca $30 to $50

HERITAGE STOPS HAMPTON GAOL (JAIL)

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Explore 200 years of Crime and Punishment in this Provincial Heritage building. Inside its granite walls, discover museum displays and the town library.

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THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE 27 Centennial Rd. 506-832-6009 kingscm@nbnet.nb.ca kingscountymuseum.com $1 to $2

BLOOMFIELD

KINGS COUNTY MUSEUM

THE BARN IN BLOOMFIELD

ROACHVILLE

(KINGS COUNTY)

HERITAGE STOPS

ARTISTIC STOPS

SMITH CREEK NO. 1 COVERED BRIDGE (TRANTON) Built in 1927, this covered bridge is 37 m (121 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 193, Roachville Road North 2.6 km (1.6 mi.), at Roachville, near Sussex.

506-832-3716

HERITAGE STOPS BLOOMFIELD CREEK COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1917, this covered bridge is 45 m (146 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 166, turn northwest on Bloomfield Ridge South Road, turn right on Centennial Road, turn left on Bloomfield Station Road. Horse thieves, war heroes and a Confederation seamstress . . . these are just some of the characters you can encounter at the Kings County Museum! 27 Centennial Rd. 506-832-6009 kingscm@nbnet.nb.ca kingscountymuseum.com $1 to $2

NATURE STOPS YEOMAN’S FOOTBRIDGE Built in 1983, this footbridge is 100 m (328 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 158, Route 100 West 2.7 km (1.6 mi.), Lakeside Road 4.7 km (2.9 mi.), Route 860 East 4 km (2.5 mi.). Driveway to footbridge is the first on the right after passing the Robertson Road.

ERBS COVE

ZELDA’S RIVER ADVENTURES LTD.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

SUSSEX MURALS – MURAL CAPITAL OF ATLANTIC CANADA

ELMHURST OUTDOORS 506-832-4421

NORTON This is a great place to start your tour of the Covered Bridge Capital of Atlantic Canada, Kings County.

GOLF STOPS MIDLAND MEADOWS GOLF CLUB

HERITAGE STOPS

This one-of-a-kind ‘outdoor art gallery’ is a tribute to our rich local history that can be enjoyed by visitors and residents alike. Route 121 kingseastdp@gmail.com sussexmurals.com

FOODIE STOPS

MOOSEHORN CREEK NO. 1.5 COVERED BRIDGE

Eco-friendly pontoon boat adventures in a wildlife sanctuary. Relax, fish or swim. All ages and abilities welcomed. 1075 Main St. 506-832-0726/506-653-0726 zelda@zeldasriveradventures.ca zeldasriveradventures.ca $20 to $120

The gateway to the Fundy experience, Sussex is the Mural Capital of New Brunswick. Inviting downtown streets and colourful summer festivals await you.

ARTISTIC STOPS

506-485-8008

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

SUSSEX

Built in 1915, this covered bridge is 29 m (95 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 175, Route 124 North, Riverview Drive South.

SUSSEX FARMERS MARKET

BELLEISLE CREEK

SUSSEX GOLF & CURLING CLUB

HERITAGE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

BELLEISLE CREEK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (MARVEN)

8TH HUSSARS MUSEUM

506-433-1211

GOLF STOPS 506-433-4951

Built in 1903, this covered bridge is 22 m (71 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 175, Route 124 West 3.9 km (2.4 mi.), Belleisle Road 5.8 km (3.6 mi.), turn left on Swamp Road.

WILDLIFE STOPS HAMPTON MARSH 506-832-6065

The 8th Hussars Museum preserves and displays artefacts and memorabilia of the many regiments to train in Camp Sussex, including Canada’s oldest cavalry (armoured) regiment.

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66 Broad St., Unit 3 506-433-5226/506-471-4251 hussarssussex@nb.aibn.com 8chassociation.com/museum

AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM OF NEW BRUNSWICK

SUSSEX MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY Lively gallery showcasing the talents of the area’s artists. On-site museum highlights Sussex’s agricultural and military heritage. Cafe with meals and refreshments. 14 Maple Ave. 506-433-8351

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS FUNDY ATV TOURS 506-434-1022

SUSSEX NATURE WALKWAY 506-432-4573

Displays all things associated with farming including antique power engines and tractors, a farmhouse exhibit and a Blacksmith’s shop. 28 Perry St. 506-433-6799 info@agriculturalmuseumofnb.com agriculturalmuseumofnb.com

CENTREVILLE (KINGS COUNTY)

HERITAGE STOPS MILLSTREAM RIVER NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (CENTREVILLE) Built in 1911, this covered bridge is 29 m (95 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 193, Route 10 North 8.3 km (5 mi.), Route 880 North 3.2 km (1.9 mi.), onto Pleasant Ridge Branch Road.

PLUMWESEEP

NEWTOWN

HERITAGE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

KENNEBECASIS RIVER NO. 9 COVERED BRIDGE (PLUMWESEEP) Built in 1911, this covered bridge is 23 m (74 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 198, Route 114 North 1.5 km (0.9 mi.), onto Plumweseep Road, at Plumweseep, near Sussex.

SMITH CREEK NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (OLDFIELDS) Built in 1910, this covered bridge is 28 m (92 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 195, Route 890 North 12.8 km (7.9 mi.), onto Oldfield Road.

KENNEBECASIS RIVER NO. 7.5 COVERED BRIDGE (SALMON) Built in 1908, this covered bridge is 34 m (112 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 195, onto Route 890 North.

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ACCOMMODATIONS I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

BAYSWATER — EDMUNDSTON & AREA

RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

ACCOMMODATIONS From indoor pools to waterfront views and city centres within walking distance; we have whatever you need to make your stay here as comfortable as possible.

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Canada Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars.

BAYSWATER COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Bayswater Cottages  4 Turner Ln., BAYSWATER 506-763-3881/506-650-4214 bayswatercottages@gmail.com bayswatercottages.com $100 to $150

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Eagles Eye View Cottages  2585 Route 845, CARTERS POINT 506-763-3625/506-650-8307 eagleseyeviewcottages@yahoo.ca eagleseyeview.ca $120 to $840

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Au Chalet Bed & Breakfast 712 Canada Rd., EDMUNDSTON 506-739-7703/506-733-2254 info@auchaletbedandbreakfast.com auchaletbedandbreakfast.com $100 to $125 Au NIDaigle Bed & Breakfast 1582 Principale St., SAINT-BASILE 506-739-75671-888-510-8088 aunid@bellaliant.com aunidaigle.com $95 to $128 Auberge Aucoin 87 De l’Église St., EDMUNDSTON 506-353-0088 info@aubergeaucoin.ca aubergeaucoin.ca $119

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ACCOMMODATIONS: EDMUNDSTON & AREA — EVANDALE COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Star Valley Lodge 506-736-8261 HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Comfort Inn  5 Bateman Ave., EDMUNDSTON 506-739-8361/1-888-739-8361 cn240@whg.com edmundstoncomfortinn.com $95 to $275

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Rose Motel & Cabin  625 Principale St., SAINT-JACQUES 506-739-9492 rosemotel@hotmail.com $50 to $225

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Auberge Les Jardins Inn  60 Principale St., SAINT-JACQUES 506-739-5514/1-800-630-8011 info@lesjardinsinn.com lesjardinsinn.com $95 to $175

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Evandale Resort 3500 Route 124, EVANDALE 506-468-2222/506-647-3380 evandalebob@gmail.com evandaleresort.com $99.99 to $169.99

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FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL & AREA — FREDERICTON & AREA

ACCOMMODATIONS I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL & AREA Connell, Florenceville-Bristol BED AND BREAKFAST

Shamrock Suites 8 Curtis Rd., FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL  506-392-8801/506-391-5274 stay@shamrocksuites.ca shamrocksuites.ca $115

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Florenceville Inn  239 Burnham Rd., FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL 506-392-6053/1-866-390-0212 info@florencevilleinn.com florencevilleinn.com $107 to $149

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Brennan’s Bed and Breakfast 146 Waterloo Row, FREDERICTON 506-455-7346/1-800-655-7346 brenbnb@nbnet.nb.ca bbcanada.com/3892.html $110 to $240



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The Colonel’s In Bed & Breakfast 843 Union St., FREDERICTON 506-452-2802/1-877-455-3003 info@thecolonelsin.com thecolonelsin.com $115 to $142 Abbey Glen Riverfront B & B 506-454-0420





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Amsterdam Inn & Suites  559 Bishop Dr., FREDERICTON 506-474-5050/1-800-468-2828 fredericton.mgr@amsterdaminns.com amsterdaminns.com $99 to $299

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ACCOMMODATIONS: FREDERICTON & AREA Best Western Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites  333 Bishop Dr., FREDERICTON 506-455-8448/1-877-455-8448 reservations@bestwesternfredericton.com bestwestern.com/ca/frederictonhotelandsuites $129.99 to $250.99

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Days Inn  60 Brayson Blvd., OROMOCTO 506-357-5657/1-866-529-0675 Reservations@daysinnoromocto.com daysinnoromocto.com $89.99 to $230 Delta Fredericton  225 Woodstock Rd., FREDERICTON 506-451-7929/1-888-890-3222 fre.reservations.sm@deltahotels.com DeltaFredericton.com $119 to $800

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Howard Johnson Plaza  Hotel Fredericton 958 Prospect St., FREDERICTON 506-462-4444/1-888-280-1122 howardjohnsonfredericton@hotmail.com hojofredericton.com $80 to $180

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Fort Nashwaak Motel  15 Riverside Dr., FREDERICTON 506-472-4411/1-800-684-8999 fortnash@nb.sympatico.ca fortnashwaak.com $74 to $126

Holiday Inn Express &  Suites Fredericton 665 Prospect St., FREDERICTON 506-459-0035/1-800-465-4329 info@hiefredericton.com ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/frederictonnb $149 to $239

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City Motel  1216 Regent St., FREDERICTON 506-450-9900/1-800-268-2858 citymotel@nb.aibn.com thecitymotel.com $89 to $159

Crowne Plaza Fredericton Lord Beaverbrook 659 Queen St., FREDERICTON 506-455-3371/1-866-444-1946 reservations@cpfredericton.com cpfredericton.com $129 to $599

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FREDERICTON & AREA — GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT & AREA Norfolk Motel  815 Riverside Dr., FREDERICTON 506-472-3278/506-447-9810 norfolkmotel@gmail.com norfolkmotel.ca $59.99 to $119.99

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Premiere Executive Suites  220 King St., FREDERICTON 506-459-8181/1-877-311-0018 ljohnston@premieresuites.com premieresuites.com/furnished-apartments/fredericton/ the-creighton/#c $77 to $200 Prospect Inn  1600 Woodstock Rd., FREDERICTON 506-450-9911/1-800-250-4322 bookingoffice@prospectinn.ca prospectinn.ca $79 to $99 Ramada Hotel Fredericton 480 Riverside Dr., FREDERICTON 506-460-5500/1-800-596-4656 fdmanager@ramadafredericton.com ramadafredericton.com $99 to $139

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Riverside Resort and  Conference Centre 35 Mactaquac Rd., FRENCH VILLAGE 506-363-5111/1-800-561-5111 reservations@riversidefredericton.com riversidefredericton.com $99 to $199.95 Silverwood Inn & Suites 3136 Woodstock Rd., FREDERICTON 506-458-8676/1-800-930-4667 silverwoodmotel@rogers.com silverwoodinn.ca $89 to $218

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Travelodge Fredericton  42 Chaperral Rd., WAASIS 506-446-9077/1-866-446-9077 travelodgefredericton@gmail.com travelodge.ca/hotel/travelodge-fredericton $90 to $130

Skyline Motel 506-455-6683

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Lang House B & B 58 Front St., GAGETOWN 506-488-1808 stepamau@nbnet.nb.ca bbcanada.com/6860.html $110

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Côté’s Bed & Breakfast/Inn  ∞∞∞∞˘ 575 Broadway Blvd., West, GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT 506-473-1415/1-877-444-2683 stay@cotebb-inn.com cotebb-inn.com BOOK ONLINE $105 to $175

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ACCOMMODATIONS: GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT & AREA — HARTLAND AREA Forget Me Not Bed & Breakfast 10000 Route 144, SAINT-ANDRÉ 506-473-5334/1-888-473-5334 forgetmenotbb@gmail.com bbcanada.com/forgetmenot $95 to $115



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Open Sky Adventures Cottage 506-473-4803



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Best Western Plus Grand-Sault Hotel & Suites  187 Ouellette St., GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT 506-473-6200/1-866-918-6200 reservations@bestwesterngrandsault.com bestwestern.com/ca/grandsaulthotelandsuites BOOK ONLINE $134.99 to $249.99

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Evelyn’s Bed & Breakfast at Ox-Bow Dairy Farm  506-832-4450 Hampton Bed & Breakfast 506-832-0993

HARTLAND AREA Somerville BED AND BREAKFAST

Covered Bridge Bed and Breakfast 2651 Route 103, SOMERVILLE 506-324-0939 coveredbridgebnb@gmail.com coveredbridgebandb.ca $85 to $115

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ACCOMMODATIONS I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

JEMSEG — SAINT-LÉONARD JEMSEG HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Jemseg Lakeview Motel 4384 Route 105, JEMSEG 506-488-3334 lakeviewmotel@hotmail.ca jemseglakeview.webs.com

BOOK ONLINE

KIERSTEADVILLE BED AND BREAKFAST

Belleisle Bay Bed and Breakfast 22 Log Cabin Ln., KIERSTEADVILLE 506-485-2359/506-433-0804 rmwaview@nb.sympatico.ca bbcanada.com/12116.html $99 to $110



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Ridgeback Lodge 86 Old Reach Rd., KINGSTON 506-763-2617 info@ridgebacklodge.com ridgebacklodge.com $110 to $200

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LAC BAKER BED AND BREAKFAST

Manoir Des Lacs 506-821-1122

LAKEVILLE CORNER BED AND BREAKFAST

Country Lane B & B Inn 506-385-2398



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Kathy’s Bed & Breakfast 506-784-3102



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Amana Institute 506-832-1850



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Perth-Andover Motor Inn 506-273-2224



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The Castle Inn Restaurant and Bar 21 Brentwood Dr., PERTH-ANDOVER 506-273-9495/1-877-274-9495 info@castleinn.ca castleinn.ca $119 to $229



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Daigle’s Motel  68 Dupont St., SAINT-LÉONARD 506-423-6351/1-877-423-6351 moteldai@nbnet.nb.ca daiglemotel.com $79 to $129

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ACCOMMODATIONS: SAINT-LÉONARD — WOODSTOCK & AREA Maple Leaf Motel,  Campground & Restaurant Ltd. 1353 Route 17, SAINT-LÉONARD 506-423-6666 celine@mapleleafmotelcr.com mapleleafmotelcr.com $55 to $85

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Jonah Place Bed & Breakfast Inn 506-433-6978



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Maple Shade Vacation Suites 43 Church Avenue, SUSSEX 506-433-8300 innquire@maple-shade.ca maple-shade.ca $85 to $130



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All Seasons Inn & Restaurant 1015 Main St., SUSSEX 506-433-2220/1-800-452-1616 reservations@allseasonsinn.ca allseasonsinn.ca $65 to $129 Amsterdam Inn & Suites 143 Main St., SUSSEX 506-432-5050/1-800-468-2828 Sussex.mgr@amsterdaminns.com amsterdaminns.com $97 to $299 Covered Bridge Inn Ltd. 818 Main St., SUSSEX 506-433-1805 cbissx@nb.aibn.com coveredbridgeinn.ca $65 to $90 Fairway Inn & JJ’s Diner 216 Roachville Rd., SUSSEX 506-433-3470/1-800-565-2260 fairway@nbnet.nb.ca fairwayinn.ca $89 to $175



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Bennett House Bed & Breakfast 698 Main St., WOODSTOCK 506-325-2608 bennetthousebandb@nb.aibn.com bennetthouse.ca $80 to $95 Brigitte’s Bed & Breakfast 10 Braun St., GRAFTON 506-325-2298/506-328-5017 brwilson@xplornet.com bbcanada.com/5115.html $69 to $89

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ACCOMMODATIONS I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

WOODSTOCK & AREA HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Best Western PLUS Woodstock Hotel & Conference Centre 123 Gallop Crt., WOODSTOCK 506-328-2378/1-888-580-1188 sales@bwwoodstock.ca bestwesternwoodstock.com $139.99 to $239.99 Canadas Best Value Inn & Suites 506-328-8876 Howard Johnson Inn Woodstock 506-328-3315 Knights Inn Woodstock 506-328-6688 Stiles Motel Hillview Ltd. 506-328-6671





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CAMPGROUNDS: CAMBRIDGE-NARROWS — FREDERICTON & AREA

RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

CAMPGROUNDS Pick a site that puts you near a golf course or stay at an RV resort complete with a water park. We’ll even throw in the rumbling sounds of the waterfalls if you’re camping near the Gorge.

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Camping Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars. Facilities - F

Recreation - R

CAMBRIDGE-NARROWS Cambridge Narrows Campground 506-852-0202 Mic Mac Tent & Trailer Park 506-488-2511

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COLES ISLAND T.N.T. Campground 131 Boyd Loop Rd., COLES ISLAND 506-362-5372 $22 to $31

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EDMUNDSTON AREA Saint-Basile, Saint-Jacques Camping Panoramic (1986) 86 Albert Rd., SAINT-JACQUES 506-739-6544 campingpanoramic@nb.aibn.com sn2000.nb.ca/comp/camping-panoramic $32 to $36

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Camping Saint-Basile 506-263-1183

FREDERICTON & AREA Fredericton, Sheffield, Upper Kingsclear, Waterville-Sunbury Casey’s Museum Ltd.  2511 Route 105, SHEFFIELD 506-357-8592 jsowers1@hotmail.com harttisland.ca $20 to $45

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FREDERICTON & AREA — MACTAQUAC & AREA Hartt Island RV Resort 2475 Woodstock Rd., FREDERICTON 506-462-9400 info@harttisland.ca harttisland.ca $40 to $65

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Sunbury-Oromocto Park 413 Smith Rd., WATERVILLE-SUNBURY 506-357-3708/506-447-1330 sunburypark@xplornet.ca sunburycampground.com $29 to $40

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GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT & AREA Grand Falls/Grand-Sault, Saint-André Falls and Gorge Camping 120 Manse St., GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT 506-475-7769/1-877-475-7769 fallsgor@nbnet.nb.ca grandfalls.com $25 to $35 At Paradise Mountain 506-473-6683

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Rapid Brook Camping 506-473-1036

HAMPTON Fire Fly Forest Campground 64 Robertson Rd., HAMPTON 506-832-3200 fireflyforestrecreation@hotmail.com fireflyforest.ca $23 to $32

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HARVEY (YORK COUNTY) Lake George Family Campground 506-366-2933

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LAC BAKER Camping Plein Air Lac Baker 510 de l’Église Rd., LAC BAKER 506-992-2136 info@campinglacbaker.com campinglacbaker.com $20 to $100

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MACTAQUAC & AREA Bear Island, Lower Queensbury, Mactaquac Everetts Campground 2137 Route 105, LOWER QUEENSBURY 506-461-8020/506-461-8020 everettscampground@warpnet.ca $25 to $35

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Great Bear Camping 3549 Route 105, BEAR ISLAND 506-575-8151/506-461-3394 greatbearcamping@xplornet.ca greatbearcamping.ca $34.50 to $39

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Mactaquac Provincial Park 1265 Route 105, MACTAQUAC 506-363-4747/1-800-561-0123 mactaquacpark@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $28 to $45

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*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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CAMPGROUNDS: MACTAQUAC & AREA — SUSSEX & AREA Heritage Country Camping 506-363-3338

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MCADAM McAdam (Wauklehegan) Lake Campground 168 Lake Ave., MCADAM 506-784-7800 villageofmcadam@nb.aibn.com mcadamnb.com/campground $25 to $30

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MILL COVE AREA Waterborough Lakeside Campground 506-488-2321

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NACKAWIC AREA Hawkshaw Sunset View Campground and Cottages 45 Hawkshaw Rd., HAWKSHAW 506-575-2592 walfield@hotmail.com walfield.ca $29 to $34

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PERTH-ANDOVER & AREA Clearview, Perth-Andover River Country Campground & Cabins F - ∞∞∞ 69 Lahue Rd., CLEARVIEW R - ∞∞˘ 506-278-3700/506-392-7750 kenneth.kinney@bellaliant.net rivercountry.ca $30 to $40

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Robert Baird Memorial Campground 506-273-3080

PRINCESS PARK Grand Lake Park 2341 Route 690, PRINCESS PARK 506-385-2373 grandlake.nb.ca@gmail.com grandlakepark-nb.com $28 to $75

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RIVIÈRE-VERTE Rivière-Verte Rite-Stop Camping 6 Industrielle St., RIVIÈRE-VERTE 506-263-4303 info@rvritestop.com rvritestop.com/en/encamping $35

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SAINT-LÉONARD Maple Leaf Motel, Campground & Restaurant Ltd. 1353 Route 17, SAINT-LÉONARD 506-423-6666 celine@mapleleafmotelcr.com mapleleafmotelcr.com $25 to $35

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Camping Saint-Léonard 506-423-6536

SUSSEX & AREA Newton, Sussex All Done RV Camping (for the Empty Nesters) 1468 Route 890, NEWTON 506-869-0547 alldonecamping@gmail.com alldonecamping.com $35

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CAMPGROUNDS I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

SUSSEX & AREA — WOODSTOCK & AREA Town & Country Campark 506-432-9114

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UPPER GAGETOWN Coy Lake Camping and RV Park 506-488-2567

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WOODSTOCK & AREA Lower Woodstock, Woodstock Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Kozy Acres 174 Hemlock St., LOWER WOODSTOCK 506-328-6287/1-888-222-9644 yoginb@nb.aibn.com jellystoneparknb.com $40 to $46

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Connell Park Campground 506-325-4979 Cosy Cabins Motel & Campground 506-328-3344

MACTAQUAC PROVINCIAL PARK, MACTAQUAC

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*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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MIRAMICHI RIVER

MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

Who’s up for spending an afternoon tubing down the river and soaking up some sun? Grab the family or some friends and hit the Miramichi River Route for endless good times. Watersports, top-notch fishing, Canada’s longest running folk festival, we could go on and on. The toughest decision is deciding where to stop first. 176


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Fly-fishers can buddy up with expert guides (pgs 185 & 186) or go it alone to find the ultimate fishing spots. Set sail and explore the river (and surrounding area) in a different way: on a cruise (pg 184) or by canoe (pg 183).

DO OUR ROOTS SHOW? Learn about our shipbuilding history and the first settlers to the region (pg 184). Immerse yourself in traditional Aboriginal ceremonies (pgs 184 & 185). Gather ‘round to hear spooky legends (pg 184) about our ancestors . . . if you don’t scare easily.

WHERE YA

STAYIN’? FOR MORE MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE EXPERIENCES, TURN TO PAGE 183

Is the cottage life calling? Shack up at Country Haven Lodge & Cottages on the banks of the Miramichi River.

For other hassle-free hideaways, head over to page 193


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5 tips

WHEN SPENDING TIME ON THE RIVER

Did our famous fishing reel you in? Then look no further than local expert, Gary Colford – he’ll show you some of the best pools the world has to offer. Just a big fan of being waterside? Gary’s great advice will help you explore the Miramichi River Route in other exciting ways too!

1 It’s not all about the fish. “Families come back year after year,” says Gary. “One guy I guide has been coming for 33 years but if he doesn’t catch a fish, he still comes back anyway because of his love of the river.”

2 Fill your lungs with fresh air. “There’s nothing like getting your boots wet,” says Gary, “but there’s more to do than just fish.” Experience the area’s many outdoor activities like canoeing, tubing and wildlife viewing.

3 Experience it at least once. “It’s a different way of life,” says Gary. “Everyone who hasn’t experienced it should. Once they do, most people are hooked.”

4 Every guide is different. Gary says, “There are plenty of good guides to choose from on the Miramichi, each one will have a different kind of relationship with their clients.”

5 Expect a warm welcome. “I think people fall in love with Maritimers, not just New Brunswick alone,” says Gary. “We try to make people feel at home.”

Gary Colford Fishing Guide Extraordinaire

MIRAMICHI RIVER, MCNAMEE

DON’T MISS TIPS FROM OUR LOCALS! Get the latest and greatest from Insiders. TourismNB.ca/InsiderGary


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Eat like

THE LOCALS

Did you get a hearty helping of fresh salmon or make cedar tea from scratch? Tag your pictures with #ExploreNB so we can see what you tried! Need a tasty reminder of your time here? Whip up some Blackened Atlantic Salmon with this recipe, care of . . . Chef Jesse

MACDONALD TourismNB.ca/ChefJesseM

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MIRAMICHI RIVER, STOREYTOWN

MIRAMICHI RIVER

JIGS, REELS

AND CURRENT AFFAIRS Rumour has it we’ve got the best salmon fishing in the

river excursions to check off your list, like paddleboarding,

world, but come see for yourself. With private pools,

canoeing, kayaking, island exploration, even whitewater

full-service outfitters and guided fly-fishing – adventures

rafting for you adventurous folks. They say, “You never

await! And don’t miss out on the music and cultural

step in the same river twice.” You’ll see just how true that

festivals. Thousands of people flock to them every year.

is once you’ve set foot in the mighty Miramichi.

MIRAMICHI RIVER

connect with NEW BRUNSWICK

Photo Credit: Fokus Outdoor/Hooké

Not a fisher? No problem. There are lots of other great

WOW! THAT PLACE IS GORGEOUS. SHARE WITH US Tag pictures and videos of your travels along the Miramichi River Route with

#EXPLORENB so others can see what life on the river is all about.

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Famous anglers

CELEBRATE WITH US

Have you ever been to a powwow? Join members of the Aboriginal community as they showcase their 3,000-year-old culture through traditional music, dance, costume and food. After the ceremony, stick around for a campfire to hear all about their ancient way of life. TourismNB.ca/Traditions

RED BANK (METEPENAGIAG FIRST NATION)

The locals aren’t the only ones addicted to our rivers. Tom Cruise, Canadian hockey legend Bobby Orr, Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels and even Prince Charles have spent time fishing on the Miramichi River.


MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE FESTIVALS & EVENTS ADD THEM TO YOUR CAN’T-MISS LIST! MAY Miramichi Striper Cup Miramichi Rotary Spring Fest Miramichi

JUNE Fishermen Pow Wow – Spirit of Peace and Friendship Miramichi

JULY Canada’s Irish Festival on the Miramichi Miramichi Eel Ground First Nation – Natoaganeg Powwow Eel Ground Miramichi Agricultural Exhibition Miramichi Miramichi Folksong Festival Miramichi Miramichi Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival Miramichi Nashwaak Musicfest Nashwaak Bridge Tay Creek Folk Festival Tay Creek

AUGUST

CANADA’S IRISH FESTIVAL ON THE MIRAMICHI City of Miramichi

Doaktown Annual Fair Doaktown Napan Agricultural Show Napan Stanley Fair Stanley

GET THE DETAILS AT TOURISMNEWBRUNSWICK.CA

festival! CAN’T-MISS

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Have you got the luck o’ the Irish? Kick up your heels, grab a bite and enjoy a pint – it’s like one big family reunion! Not Irish by descent? You’ll feel like you are before the weekend ends. Plus, you’ll catch the Celtic spirit while experiencing the world-famous Miramichi River.


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Napan Bay

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Red Bank Sillikers

Lower Newcastle

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Do things on the fly or consult one of our guides to plan out your river retreat. The fishing and the salmon are worldrenowned, but our boat tours and interpretive centres will quickly fill your itinerary, too. Meet Lord Beaverbrook and “have a time” at an old-fashioned country fair. It’s all good, down on the river.

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Fun at the Country Fair Napan Agricultural Show

Be special guests at this 100% country fair where a farmer will guide you through the events and the locals will welcome you warmly.

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Down on the Farm MacDonald Farm

City folk spend the day helping around the farm! Feed and pet animals; ride the horse-and-wagon. Gather eggs and help in the garden.

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$90/family of 4 224 South Napan Rd., Napan napan.ca/show 506-773-4879

$15-$40 600 Route 11, Lower Newcastle macdonaldfarm.ca 506-778-6085

Beaubears’ Big Canoe Adventure Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre

Travel to Beaubears Island by Voyageur canoe just as the first settlers did. Once there, learn about the shipbuilding industry and Acadian history. Light snack included.

Starting at $20/person 35 St. Patrick’s Dr., Miramichi beaubearsisland.ca 506-622-8526

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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Tours Through Time

Beaubears Island Interpretive Centre

This boat trip into history takes you to a 19th-century shipbuilding site where ‘locals’ from the past tell the tales of our ancestry.

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Ship Tales

Miramichi River Boat Tours

Cruise the Miramichi River while listening to Captain Haché’s captivating tales of local characters and culture. Engaging entertainment for guests of any age!

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$20-$25 35 St. Patrick’s Dr., Miramichi beaubearsisland.com 506-622-8526

Starting at $15 Ritchie Wharf, Miramichi miramichiriverboattours.com 506-623-9821

Beaverbrook’s Finest Hour: Winning the Battle of Britain Beaverbrook House

The stories of Lord Beaverbrook and his role in WWII come to life when told by Beaverbrook in “character” at his childhood home in Miramichi.

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Fishermen’s Powwow

Fishermen Powwow – Spirit of Peace and Friendship

Be part of the spirit of peace and friendship of First Nations at this celebration featuring a Sunrise Ceremony, Parade of Boats, music, dance and artisans.

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French Fort Cove

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

Starting at $10 1111 King George Hwy., Miramichi frenchfortcove.com 1-866-990-9490

Folksong Feast & Fun Miramichi Folksong Festival

Enjoy a delicious meal, riverboat cruise, evening concert and jam session at Canada’s longest running folk festival!

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Free Waterford Green Park, Miramichi 506-424-1340

Dare the Dark with the Headless Nun

Go into the depths of French Fort Cove as you uncover the legend of the Headless Nun. Surprises await at every turn!

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$12/person 518 King George Hwy., Miramichi beaverbrookhouse.com 506-622-5572

Starting at $45 100 Newcastle Blvd., Miramichi miramichifolksongfestival.com 506-622-1780


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A Taste of Metepenagiag “Ookdotaan” Metepenagiag Heritage Park

Help prepare a traditional aboriginal meal at an outdoor cooking shelter. Linger by the campfire to hear more about 3,000 years of history.

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Tipi Retreats

Metepenagiag Heritage Park

Take your appreciation of Mi’kmaq culture to a whole new level with an overnight retreat in a tipi and an evening of storytelling by the campfire.

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Min. $18.95 to Max. $65.95 2156 Micmac Rd., Red Bank metpark.ca 1-888-380-3555

Starting from $65/4 persons 2156 Micmac Rd., Red Bank metpark.ca 1-888-380-3555

Wild Atlantic Salmon – The Whole Experience Upper Oxbow Outdoor Adventures

Enjoy a half- or full-day guided salmon fly-fishing adventure on the river followed by a mouthwatering meal at the lodge.

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Touring in Style on the Miramichi Country Haven Lodge & Cottages

Plan to get away with this retreat to a cosy cottage and an afternoon of fun spent wheeling in a comfy side-by-side along scenic riverside trails.

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$275/adult (double occupancy) 601 Route 118, Gray Rapids 1-877-Flyhook (359-4665)

Fish the Private Pools Country Haven Lodge & Cottages

Fish private pools on one of the world’s renowned salmon rivers and end the day with a delicious salmon supper.

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Min. $160 to Max. $210 2260 Route 420, Sillikers upperoxbow.com 1-888-227-6100

Starting at $190 601 Route 118, Gray Rapids vacationnewbrunswick.com 1-877-FLYHOOK (359-4665)

Come Play on Our River Atlantic Salmon Museum

Give your child a true New Brunswick experience, join local day campers for a full week of fly fishing, casting, canoeing and nature walks.

$125/week 263 Main St., Doaktown atlanticsalmonmuseum.com 506-365-7787

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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Weaving a Memory Doak Historic Site

Learn the bygone art of weaving amongst the 19th-century surroundings of historic Doak House. Costumed guides provide expert instruction.

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Retreat at the Big Murphy Wilson’s Sporting Camps Ltd.

Spend two nights in a secluded, fully equipped riverside cabin with your very own private fishing waters. Guides are available if you need them!

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

$495/two guests 23 Big Murphy Ln., McNamee wilsonscamps.nb.ca 1-877-365-7962

Welcome to the World of Timbersports Central New Brunswick Woodmen’s Museum

Experience the excitement of world-class timbersports with this VIP access to a full day of competition events including the axe throw, hot saw and vertical chop!

MIRAMICHI RIVER

$29/person 386 Main St., Doaktown 506-365-2026

$15/person 6342 Route 8, Boiestown 506-369-7214


THINGS TO DO I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

THINGS TO DO

Music plays a big part of the entertainment on the Miramichi, so hit up a festival while you’re here. We’ll take you tubing on the river and for a stroll in the park. Before you leave, we’ll make sure you get a taste of the cuisine and the culture.

NAPAN BAY OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS NAPAN AGRICULTURAL SHOW

Want the best experience? See page 183

LOWER NEWCASTLE HERITAGE STOPS MACDONALD FARM

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Charming farm overlooking the Miramichi River. Follow a winding trail to this historic homestead and learn about life in the 1820s. 600 Route 11 506-778-6085 info@macdonaldfarm.ca macdonaldfarm.ca $3 to $10 Want the best experience? See page 183

SOUTHWEST MIRAMICHI RIVER, MCNAMEE

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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CITY OF

MIRAMICHI

THE RIVER IS JUST THE BEGINNING!

Situated along the world-famous salmon-angling river, the city of Miramichi offers activities for all ages. Experience the culture of the area by visiting historic sites, taking a boat tour or enjoying the festivities at one of our numerous summer festivals. You can visit waterfront parks, enjoy outdoor entertainment and shop in our downtowns. Check out the action at the drag racing track, enjoy the lively music at a kitchen party and tube along the river. 506-623-2158/1-800-459-3131 l tourism@miramichi.org l discovermiramichi.com l

ARTISTIC STOPS

GOLF STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

EAST WIND GIFTS

MIRAMICHI GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

BEAUBEARS ISLAND SHIPBUILDING NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE AND BOISHÉBERT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

506-778-0951

MIRAMICHI FOLKSONG FESTIVAL Want the best experience? See page 184

RITCHIE WHARF ART GALLERY 506-625-8682

SALTWATER SOUNDS 506-773-8010

WATER STREET GALLERY 506-625-4137

FOODIE STOPS NEWCASTLE FARMERS MARKET 506-622-4221

18 holes. Clubhouse, practice facilities, full bar, restaurant, pro shop. Open May to October. 930 Water St. 506-622-0696 miramichigolf@nb.aibn.com miramichigolfclub.ca $27 to $46

THE WATER STREET FARMERS MARKET 506-773-9367

What did you do while you were in Miramichi? Mention @MiramichiNB when you post a picture on Twitter to show us how you explored the city.

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share your MIRAMICHI MEMORIES

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES The site was a refuge for many Acadians fleeing deportation (1756-60). In the 19th century, it had a key role in the shipbuilding industry. 35 St. Patrick’s Dr. 506-622-8526/1-888-773-8888 info@beaubearsisland.ca BeaubearsIsland.ca $5 Want the best experience? See pages 183 & 184


THINGS TO DO I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE BEAVERBROOK HOUSE

ST. MICHAEL’S MUSEUM AND GENEALOGICAL CENTRE

MIRAMICHI FREESTYLE PARK Supervised all-wheel sport facility. Open to BMX, skateboards, scooters, and in-line skates. Includes 30 ramps, two half-pipes and special features. 8 Pollard Blvd. 506-623-2054

RITCHIE WHARF PARK

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Built in 1877, this is the boyhood home of Lord Beaverbrook. Learn about his life and historical Miramichi. 518 King George Hwy. 506-622-5572 beaverbrookhouse@nb.aibn.com beaverbrookhouse.com $5 Want the best experience? See page 184

FISHERMEN POW WOW – SPIRIT OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Constructed in 1846, it has served as first episcopal residence and first Hotel-Dieu hospital. It is now a museum. 10 Howard St. 506-778-5152 mmuseum@nbnet.nb.ca saintmichaelsmuseum.com

W. S. LOGGIE CULTURAL MUSEUM

Want the best experience? See page 184

MIDDLE ISLAND IRISH HISTORICAL PARK

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE A quarantine station for immigrants to Canada in the mid-19th century. On-site interpretive centre, scenic trails, picnic areas and restaurant. 6 Snowball St. 506-773-7505 MiddleIsland@MiramichiLandings.com

MIRAMICHI HISTORY MUSEUM

Waterfront shipbuilding-themed park. Boardwalk, playground, amphitheatre, restaurants, artists’ gallery, boat launch, docking facilities, boat charters, live entertainment. Wildlife viewing. Ledden Street 506-623-2158/1-800-459-3131 tourism@miramichi.org discovermiramichi.com

This 18th-century Victorian home features artefacts from 1850 onward, most notably a famous painting by H. W. Hoyt. 222 Wellington St. 506-773-4996 $5

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS MIRAMICHI RIVER BOAT TOURS

506-623-9821 Want the best experience? See page 184

PARK STOPS FRENCH FORT COVE NATURE PARK

The Miramichi History Museum, founded in 1897, is one of the most unique museums in the province. Come explore the natural and cultural history of Miramichi, our comprehensive research materials and our eclectic collection. 182 Wellington St. 506-778-4050 miramichihistorymuseum@bellaliant.com $3

Multi-season park with walking, hiking and biking trails. The park plays host to summer adventures and beautiful fall colours. King George Highway 506-623-2158/1-800-459-3131 tourism@miramichi.org frenchfortcove.com Want the best experience? See page 184

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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SILLIKERS

SOUTH ESK

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

STEWART’S TUBING

MIRAMICHI SALMON CONSERVATION CENTRE

506-836-7436

UPPER OXBOW OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Want the best experience? See page 185

RED BANK

506-622-1781

GRAY RAPIDS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS METEPENAGIAG HERITAGE PARK

COUNTRY HAVEN LODGE & COTTAGES Want the best experience? See page 185

RENOUS HERITAGE STOPS MIRAMICHI FOLKLORE PARK

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE An interactive interpretive centre on two National Historic Sites: the Augustine Mound (burial ground) and the Oxbow. 2156 Micmac Rd. 506-836-6118/1-888-380-3555 info@metpark.ca metpark.ca $3 to $18 Want the best experience? See page 185

BLACKVILLE Gateway to the Miramichi Valley, internationally renowned for its Atlantic salmon fishing. Trails, family restaurant and unspoiled nature awaits!

PARK STOPS BLACKVILLE MUNICIPAL PARK Park in the centre of the village. Features a children’s playground, barbecue pits, picnic tables and a walking trail. Wildlife viewing. 12 Bartholomew Rd. South 506-843-6337

DOAKTOWN You’ll find lots of outdoor adventure here! This is home to the Doak House, the Atlantic Salmon Museum and Atlantic salmon fishing.

GOLF STOPS OLD MILL POND GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 506-365-7584

Showcase for traditional and original Miramichi music. Museum artefacts, antique shop, and performance stage for local musicians and theatre group.

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46 Memory Ln. 506-625-3544 bernie.colepaugh@gmail.com miramichifolklorepark.com

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca


the river is just the beginning

Our rich and rugged past ebbs and flOws alOng the legendary MiraMichi river. Dip your paddle into the past in a Voyager canoe or get the water view aboard the Max Aitken. Walk the trails of the French Fort Cove and enjoy our unspoiled nature. Later, if you will, Dare the Dark and hear the haunting tale of the headless nun. Meet Lord Beaverbrook in his childhood home or let the music of our many festivals and talented locals wash over you.

Historical. Cultural. Unmistakably Miramichi. The river is just the beginning.

www.miramichi.org | 1.800.459.3131


HERITAGE STOPS ATLANTIC SALMON MUSEUM

386 Main St. 506-365-2026 atlanticsalmonmuseum@nb.aibn.com atlanticsalmonmuseum.com Want the best experience? See page 186

MILL BROOK NO. 0.5 COVERED BRIDGE (NELSON HOLLOW)

BOIESTOWN HERITAGE STOPS CENTRAL NEW BRUNSWICK WOODMEN’S MUSEUM

Built in 1900, this is the oldest covered bridge in New Brunswick and is 25 m (81 ft.) in length. Route 8, Exit at Nelson Hollow Drive or Lyons Road.

Promotes the Atlantic salmon and the important role it plays in the economy and culture of the Miramichi River communities and beyond. 263 Main St. 506-365-7787/1-866-725-6662 museum@nbnet.nb.ca atlanticsalmonmuseum.com $3 to $12

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS GASTON ADVENTURE TOURS 506-365-7054

MCNAMEE

Want the best experience? See page 185

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

DOAK HOUSE

WILSON’S SPORTING CAMPS LTD.

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

Want the best experience? See page 186

Explore the stories of the “Canadian” Lumberjack, the camp cook, teamsters, loggers, lumbermen, stage coach drivers and the historic Whooper Train. 6342 Route 8 506-369-7214 woodmen@nb.aibn.com woodmensmuseum.com $3.50 to $20

NATURE STOPS

Want the best experience? See page 186

PRICEVILLE SUSPENSION FOOTBRIDGE

DURHAM BRIDGE

Current bridge built in 1988. Previous bridge was built in 1938 and repaired in 1939 after incurring high-water damage. Route 8, Exit at Holt Road 1.4 km (0.9 mi.), turn right on Carrolls Crossing Road 0.6 km (0.4 mi.), onto McNamee Road.

Visit the Doak House and note the architectural importance of its buildings and the richness of its original furniture.

GOLF STOPS RIVERBEND GOLF & FISHING CLUB 506-452-7277

CITY OF FREDERICTON

TABUSINTAC RIVER

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Fredericton, see page 150 in the River Valley Scenic Drive.

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ACCOMMODATIONS I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

DOAKTOWN AREA — MIRAMICHI & AREA

MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

ACCOMMODATIONS Riverside cabins, spectacular wilderness cottages, fishing lodges, and signature hotels. Take your pick, we have them all – and your spot is just a call away.

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Canada Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars.

DOAKTOWN AREA Blissfield, Porter Cove BED AND BREAKFAST

Homestead Inn Bed & Breakfast & Cabins  506-365-7912 COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Ponds Resort on the Miramichi  91 Porter Cove Rd., PORTER COVE 506-369-2612/1-877-971-7663 flyfish@nb.aibn.com pondsresort.com $99 to $180

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Riverbend B & B Inn 506-454-1602

MIRAMICHI & AREA Gray Rapids, Miramichi BED AND BREAKFAST

King George Bed & Breakfast 561 King George Hwy., MIRAMICHI 506-352-0557/506-215-1500 srmacinnis@gmail.com bbcanada.com/kinggeorgebandb $115 to $145 Regent Street Bed & Breakfast 215 Regent St., MIRAMICHI 506-836-7354/506-625-7473 info@regentbb.com regentbb.com $85 to $110

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Country Haven Lodge & Cottages  601 Route 118, GRAY RAPIDS 506-843-9010/1-877-359-4665 flyhook@nbnet.nb.ca vacationnewbrunswick.com $175

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ACCOMMODATIONS: MIRAMICHI & AREA HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Days Inn Miramichi  ∞∞∞∞ 201 Edward St., MIRAMICHI 506-622-1215/1-866-463-0748 Daysinn201@gmail.com daysinn.ca BOOK ONLINE $89 to $159

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Fundy Line Motel 869 King George Hwy., MIRAMICHI 506-622-3650 stay@fundyline.com fundyline.com $59.99 to $129

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Lakeview Inn & Suites – Miramichi  ∞∞∞˘ 333 King George Hwy., MIRAMICHI 506-627-1999/1-877-355-3500 miramichi@lakeviewhotels.com lakeviewhotels.com BOOK ONLINE $105 to $145

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Rodd Miramichi River  1809 Water St., MIRAMICHI 506-773-3111/1-800-565-7633 miramichi@roddhotelsandresorts.com roddvacations.com/rodd-miramichi-river $125 to $254

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Governor’s Mansion Inn  62 St. Patrick’s Drive, MIRAMICHI 506-622-3036/1-877-647-2642 reservations@governorsmansion.ca governorsmansion.ca $89 to $159

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CAMPGROUNDS I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

BOIESTOWN AREA — NEW BANDON

MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

CAMPGROUNDS After a day on the river, make s’mores around the campfire at one of our family-friendly sites. Want to try something a bit different? Ditch the tent and stay high and dry in a treehouse resort! Cool, eh?

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

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BOIESTOWN AREA Porter Cove McCormack Campground 506-365-5743

MIRAMICHI AREA Black River Bridge, Derby Junction, Lower Newcastle, Red Bank (Metepenagiag First Nation) Camping Miramichi, A Treehouse Resort 116 North Black River Rd., BLACK RIVER BRIDGE 506-773-6252 info@campingmiramichi.com campingmiramichi.com BOOK ONLINE $27 to $140

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Enclosure Campground & Resort 8 Enclosure Rd., DERBY JUNCTION 506-622-8638/1-800-363-1733 enclosur@nbnet.nb.ca enclosurecampground.com $28 to $32

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MOUNT CARLETON PROVINCIAL PARK, NEAR SAINT-QUENTIN

APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

Look at that view! Not too shabby for the highest peak in the Maritimes. Grab a snack to fuel your climb and let the trails lead the way. Next on the agenda? Well, that’s up to you, but if you love the great outdoors, fresh mountain air and lively festivals that leave a lasting impression, this is where you’ll want to be. 196


KEDGWICK RIVER, NEAR KEDGWICK

Campbellton

McLeods

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Dalhousie

Tide Head Sugarloaf

YOU’VE GOTTA

EXPERIENCE THIS!

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Atholville

Kedgwick River

Kedgwick

Saint-Quentin

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Edmundston

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Mount Carleton

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THIS’LL PEAK YOUR INTEREST

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Gear up for ‘Downhill Biking

Arthurette

Perth-Andover

101’ (pg 203) – knowledgeable instructors will show you the

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ropes for navigating the park’s most challenging courses.

CAPITAL IDEAS Did you know this region is the Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada and the Fiddlehead Capital of the World? Get your fill of both because they don’t make ‘em like this anywhere else!

SERENE SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS Snuggle down at a B&B nestled in the woods (pg 203) so you can be close to a fishing paradise and all the action in nearby towns.

WHERE YA

STAYIN’? Getting close to nature is the ultimate way for

FOR MORE THINGS TO DO, TURN TO PAGE 204

living life to the fullest in the Appalachian Mountains. Our Heritage Cabins, at Mount Carleton Provincial Park, are a perfect choice for your stay.

For other great nature havens, check out page 213


(insider)

5 tips

ON BUILDING AMAZING MEMORIES

You know what comes with a great New Brunswick vacation? Unique memories that no one else has! Resident canoe craftsman, Bill Miller, shares his advice on going local and appreciating the little things.

1 Slow down and take it all in. “When you’re creating something from nothing, time doesn’t mean anything,” Bill says. Heed Bill’s advice and take your time enjoying the Appalachian Mountains, some of the oldest on the planet. After all, nature took millions of years to create them.

2 Make local discoveries. “It’s not like big box stores . . . you can’t go to a department store and get a Miller Canoe. You have to come to Nictau to get it,” Bill says.

3 Create everlasting memories. “What I put into each canoe I make is practically like my soul,” Bill says. “I’m building a memory machine.” Glide downriver in one of Bill’s memory machines to craft your own Appalachian adventures.

4 Experience New Brunswick’s rustic side. “I love taking in the scenery and being on a farm . . . life just doesn’t get any better than that,” Bill says. Let the small communities be your guide through our storybook countryside.

5 Make friends with the locals. “I’m creating something that’s going to bring a lot of joy to other people,” Bill says. “And the people I make boats for are lifelong friends.”

Bill Miller Canoe Craftsman

TOBIQUE RIVER

DON’T MISS TIPS FROM OUR LOCALS! Get the latest and greatest from Insiders. TourismNB.ca/InsiderBill


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Eat like

THE LOCALS

How was your first fiddlehead experience? Capture the moment and tag it with #ExploreNB to share it with us! Did you pick some up to take home with you? Pair them with this Spicy Butternut Squash Soup recipe, care of . . . Chef Edit

HORVĂ€TH TourismNB.ca/ChefEdit

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KEDGWICK RIVER

EEL RIVER BAR FIRST NATION

HAVE YOU FOUND

YOUR HAPPY PLACE? Sparkling rivers, majestic mountains, a one-of-a-kind

May we suggest an unforgettable night under a starry

bike park, remarkable wildlife . . . The Appalachian Range

sky? Plan to be here during our festivals for a night

Route is a nature lover’s dream come true. Top your

of wow-this-place-is-awesome, I-can’t-stop-smiling

outdoor adventure off with a delicious, freshly caught

memories. Time to start planning your next trip and

salmon dinner and call it a day.

don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes!

OK, I’VE DEFINITELY GOT TO TRY THAT! FESTIVAL WESTERN DE SAINT-QUENTIN, SAINT-QUENTIN

connect with NEW BRUNSWICK

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SHARE WITH US Tag pictures and videos of your incredible Appalachian Range Route trip with

#EXPLORENB and inspire others to follow in your footsteps.


Have you met Sam?

STAR LIGHT, STAR

bright

Why go artificial when you can

Restigouche Sam is the World’s Largest Salmon. Don’t miss a photo-op with him when you visit Campbellton – your friends will never believe you saw a salmon that was 8.5 m (27.89 ft.) long!

get the real deal? We’ve said, “So long” to unnecessary lighting at Mount Carleton Provincial Park to make it a designated Dark Sky Preserve, so that you can see the glow of millions of gorgeous stars instead. Because a sight this magical is worth preserving. TourismNB.ca/DarkSkyPreserve

STARGAZING? SHARE THE VIEW! #NBPARKS

MOUNT CARLETON PROVINCIAL PARK, NEAR SAINT-QUENTIN


APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE FESTIVALS & EVENTS ADD THEM TO YOUR CAN’T-MISS LIST! MAY Les Folies du Palais Saint-Quentin Trout Festival Balmoral

JUNE Adrenaline Bike Festival Atholville Campbellton Salmon Festival Campbellton Fiddles on the Tobique Nictau

JULY Festival Western de Saint-Quentin Inc. Saint-Quentin

AUGUST Campbellton Bluegrass Festival Campbellton Eel River Crossing River Festival Eel River Crossing

SEPTEMBER Campbellton Harvest Festival Campbellton

OCTOBER Kedgwick Fall Festival Kedgwick

ADRENALINE BIKE FESTIVAL Atholville

GET THE DETAILS AT TOURISMNEWBRUNSWICK.CA

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Sign up for some extreme Sugarloaf Bike Park fun at this 3-day event, featuring Atlantic Canada’s only lift-service bike park. Not a mountain biker? There’s still plenty to see and do! Enjoy the musical entertainment, check out the on-site exhibitors and help cheer on your favourite competitors. Defy gravity on your next vacation.


EXPERIENCES I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

YOU’VE GOTTA

EXPERIENCE THIS!

Culinary Experience

Outdoor Experience

Learning Experience

Campbellton 1 Sugarloaf Atholville

We’ll take you to the top of the mountain by chair-lift and you can coast your way down to the valley below. This route has some of the most beautiful

Saint-Quentin 2

Mount Carleton

forests, rivers and lakes to feast your eyes upon. We’ll even give you step-by-step instructions on fly fishing, including how to tie your own flies.

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Mountain Biking Adventure Sugarloaf Bike Park

Your guide will teach you the ins-and-outs of the bike park and help you improve your control skills on a “Cadillac” of a mountain bike!

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$49.99/person 596 Val-d’Amour Rd., Atholville parcsugarloafpark.ca/bikepark 506-789-2366

Du Repos Great Outdoors Bed & Breakfast Du Repos

Spend a couple of nights relaxing in this comfy inn and learn how to fly-fish for trout and enjoy your fresh catch as part of your evening meal.

$450/2 guests 59 Rang 18 Rd. South, Saint-Quentin 506-235-3350

RESTIGOUCHE RIVER Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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THINGS TO DO

How would you like to see an ancient volcano like the one you can find in Sugarloaf Provincial Park? Or, you could check out the beaches and canoeing hot spots in the area. Is a bit of bluegrass music on your list? Grab the family and enjoy this ‘Range’ of possibilities, and more.

DALHOUSIE For a complete listing of things to see and do in the Dalhousie area, see page 96 in the Acadian Coastal Drive section.

MCLEODS GOLF STOPS RESTIGOUCHE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB 506-789-7628

CHALEUR BAY, TIDE HEAD

MCLEODS

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THINGS TO DO I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

SUGARLOAF PROVINCIAL PARK, ATHOLVILLE

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CITY OF

CAMPBELLTON

THE WONDER STARTS HERE

Campbellton is a unique destination because of the community’s cultural diversity and the festivals and events that bring together friends and families from everywhere. Nature plays a very important role in the lives of Campbellton citizens. A large majority of the activities in the region are focused on nature; kayaking, canoeing, fishing, hunting, nature trails, parks and birdwatching, to name a few. Discover the region’s culture by visiting our museums, galleries and historic sites, all located in Campbellton and the surrounding area. 506-789-2700/1-888-813-4433 l tourism@campbellton.org l campbellton.org

ARTISTIC STOPS

CITY OF CAMPBELLTON

RESTIGOUCHE GALLERY

Exhibit on the fascinating history of Restigouche through the experience of the Native, French, Acadian and Scottish peoples. Various exhibits featuring contemporary artists. 39 Andrew St. 506-753-5750 rgaleri@nbnet.nb.ca grg.nb.ca/En $2

RICH-ART ULRICH 506-753-4741

QUIRKY STOPS SALMON PLAZA MONUMENT An 8.5-m (27.8-ft.), larger-than-life replica of the Atlantic salmon is situated on the City of Campbellon’s waterfront, near the Restigouche River. Salmon Boulevard, on the waterfront 506-789-2700

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What did you do while you were in the Appalachians? Mention @DestRestigouche when you post a picture on Twitter to show us how you explored the region.

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

share your MEMORIES


THINGS TO DO I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

ATHOLVILLE

PARK STOPS

BEACH STOPS

Find us next door to the city of Campbellton. Outdoor adventure abounds at Sugarloaf Provincial Park!

SUGARLOAF PROVINCIAL PARK

TIDE HEAD BEACH

Year-round activities, restaurant, lodge and camping. Great ski hill and Atlantic Canada’s only lift serviced mountain bike park and more. Wildlife viewing. 596 Val-d’Amour Rd. 506-789-2366/1-800-561-0123 sugarloaf@gnb.ca parcsugarloafpark.ca

Unsupervised freshwater beach with playground and picnic area. Restigouche Drive 506-789-6550 viltide@nb.sympatico.ca tidehead.ca

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS SUGARLOAF BIKE PARK

A unique mountain biking experience, Atlantic Canada’s only bike park. Built by Gravity Logic, the company who built the #1 bike park in Whistler, BC. 596 Val-d’Amour Rd. 506-789-2366/1-800-561-0123 sugarloaf@gnb.ca parcsugarloafpark.ca/bikepark $5 to $25 Want the best experience? See page 203

NATURE STOPS

TIDE HEAD

INTERNATIONAL APPALACHIAN TRAIL (TIDE HEAD TO PERTH-ANDOVER)

This is the Fiddlehead Capital of the World. The Restigouche, a Canadian Heritage River, is its main attraction.

274-km (170-mi.) international trail. Begins in Tide Head and continues south to the Perth-Andover/Fort Fairfield, Maine border. Route 11 or 134 1-800-526-7070

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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PARK STOPS

KEDGWICK

SAINT-QUENTIN

MORRISSEY ROCK PARK AND SCENIC LOOKOUT

In the heart of the Appalachian mountain country you will find a rich history, breathtaking beauty and endless opportunities for exploration!

Atlantic Canada’s maple capital! Discover the highest point of the Maritimes, Mount Carleton, and travel down the Restigouche River.

HERITAGE STOPS

BEACH STOPS

KEDGWICK FORESTRY VILLAGE AND MUSEUM

MOUNT CARLETON PROVINCIAL PARK BEACH

Offers a small picnic site perfect for enjoying the beautiful scenery while overlooking the Restigouche River and its islands. 675 Restigouche Dr. 506-789-6550

KEDGWICK RIVER OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

GOLF STOPS

ARPIN CANOE RESTIGOUCHE

Admire the splendour of New Brunswick’s waterways with a canoe or kayak ride through the heart of the Appalachian Range. Rentals and packages available. 8 Arpin Rd. 506-284-3140/1-877-259-4440 canot@nb.sympatico.ca canoerestigouche.ca $25

SAINT-QUENTIN GOLF CLUB

Explore a 1930s heritage logging village. Lumbering techniques, logging days folklore and old-fashioned treats and refreshment. 7989 Route 17 506-284-3138/1-877-284-3138 $5 to $18

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506-235-0793

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

A magnificient 9-hole course with tournaments, flexible tee-offs, equipment and hall rentals. The Club has a licensed restaurant with patio. 75 LaBrie Rd. 506-235-2578 $15 to $35


THINGS TO DO I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

HERITAGE STOPS

PARK STOPS

ROY HERITAGE HOME

MOUNT CARLETON PROVINCIAL PARK

Boomtown-style house that has served a number of functions since the beginnings of the Parish of Saint-Quentin. Now houses a museum. 212 Canada St. 506-235-3015 lionnelca@nb.sympatico.ca

The highest peak in the Maritimes. Camping, heritage cabins, fishing, canoeing, beach, wildlife observation and 62-km (38.5-mi) hiking trail network. 7612 Route 385 506-235-0793/1-800-561-0123 mt.carleton@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $6 to $10

STEPS IN HISTORY! COME DISCOVER OUR HISTORY . . . MOUNT CARLETON PROVINCIAL PARK, NEAR SAINT-QUENTIN

MOUNT CARLETON PROVINCIAL PARK, NEAR SAINT-QUENTIN

This heritage touring route linking Saint-Quentin’s 18 heritage sites can be enjoyed on foot, on roller blades, by bicycle or by car. 144A Canada St. 506-235-3282/1-888-666-2425 ctanciennegare@saintquentin.nb.ca

THE OLD TRAIN STATION TOURIST CENTRE

This information centre is a replica of the old train station of Saint-Quentin, built in 1920. The building contains a gallery, artefacts, souvenir shop and a Forestry, Agriculture and Maple Industry Interpretation Centre. 144A Canada St. 506-235-3282/1-888-666-2425 ctanciennegare@saintquentin.nb.ca saintquentin.nb.ca

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS BED & BREAKFAST DU REPOS

Want the best experience? See page 203

Planning your trip? Call us 1-800-561-0123

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RESTIGOUCHE RIVER

Plaster Rock Located on the Tobique River and in the heart of the Appalachian Range Route. An ideal destination for the outdoor enthusiast and gateway to Mount Carleton Provincial Park. Events like Fiddles on the Tobique, Plaster Rock Summerfest and the World Pond Hockey Championship are bringing international acclaim to Plaster Rock. www.plasterrockvillage.com 506.356.6070 vilprock@nb.aibn.com

PLASTER ROCK Nestled in the Saint John River Valley, this truly New Brunswick village is a prime destination for outdoor adventurers and hockey enthusiasts.

GOLF STOPS PLASTER ROCK GOLF CLUB 506-356-2402

ARTHURETTE HERITAGE STOPS ODELLACH RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (TOMLINSON MILL) Built in 1918, this covered bridge is 18 m (60 ft.) in length. Route 2, Exit 115, Route 109 East 19.2 km (12 mi.), turn right on Birch Ridge Road, onto Tomlinson Mill Road.

PERTH-ANDOVER For a complete listing of things to see and do in the Perth-Andover area, see page 144 in the River Valley Scenic Drive section.

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ACCOMMODATIONS I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

BALMORAL — CAMPBELLTON & AREA

APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

Start your day with a cup of coffee and a glorious view of the mountains. Bed & breakfasts, hotels, inns, or cottages, the choices may vary but one thing is the same: you’ll be welcomed wherever you go.

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Canada Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars.

BALMORAL COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Island Lake Club Dalhousie Island Lake Club Inc., BALMORAL 506-759-5274 $125 to $141.25

CAMPBELLTON & AREA Campbellton, Tide Head BED AND BREAKFAST

Maison McKenzie House  31 Andrew St., CAMPBELLTON 506-753-3133/506-790-1242 michelbujold2013@hotmail.com bbcanada.com/4384.html $75 to $90

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Aux Ti-Bo Rêves 506-753-6998

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Dans les draps de Morphée 506-329-0274 COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Sanfar Resort & Restaurant 506-753-4287



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Comfort Inn – Campbellton  111 Val-d’Amour Rd., CAMPBELLTON 506-753-4121/1-800-228-5150 cn239@whg.com choicehotels.ca/cn239 $100 to $175

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Quality Hotel & Conference Centre  ∞∞∞˘ 157 Water St., CAMPBELLTON 506-753-4133/1-800-909-4656 qualityhotelcampbellton@gmail.com qualityinn.com/hotel-campbellton-canada-CN850 BOOK ONLINE $109 to $149

+ – private ! – shared

| – beaches nearby { – waterfront property

^ – water view A – restaurant

| ´ Æ ± + ˜ A ^ √

£ – room service

©

– pool

˜ – private wheelchair √ – accessible

´ – Internet/Wi-Fi non-smoking Æ – rooms

± – pet friendly ( – fitness centre

*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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ACCOMMODATIONS: CAMPBELLTON & AREA — SAINT-QUENTIN Super 8 Motel – Campbellton 26 Duke St., CAMPBELLTON 506-753-8080/1-800-953-5005 info@super8campbellton.com super8campbellton.com $69 to $275



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KEDGWICK & AREA Kedgwick, Kedgwick Nord, Kedgwick River BED AND BREAKFAST

À la Belle Étoile 506-284-2270



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COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Chalets Restigouche  1397 Route 265, KEDGWICK RIVER 506-284-2022/1-888-666-2022 info@chaletsrestigouche.com chaletsrestigouche.com $85 to $490

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HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

O’Regal Restaurant & Motel Ltée 506-284-2196



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NICTAU COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Cottages Paradise 506-356-8592

PLASTER ROCK HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Settler’s Inn & Motel  141 Main St., PLASTER ROCK 506-356-9000/506-356-4908 settlers@nbnet.nb.ca settlersinn.com/index.html $90 to $189

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POPPLE DEPOT COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Governors Wilderness Resort 506-545-5413



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SAINT-QUENTIN BED AND BREAKFAST

Bed & Breakfast Du Repos 59 Rang 18 Rd. South, SAINT-QUENTIN 506-235-3350/506-235-0551 durepos@yahoo.com bbdurepos.com/en/bienvenue.php $99 to $150

´ Æ ± + ˜ BOOK ONLINE

COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Chalets Appalaches 506-235-1100



∞˘

HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel Ra-Ly 251 Canada St., SAINT-QUENTIN 506-235-2714/506-235-0317 chezraly@gmail.com $59 to $89

´ Æ ± + ˜ A √

INNS

Auberge Évasion de rêves 506-235-3551

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| – beaches nearby { – waterfront property

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^ – water view A – restaurant

£ – room service

©

– pool

Go online to make your reservations today, visit TourismNewBrunswick.ca

˜ – private wheelchair √ – accessible

´ – Internet/Wi-Fi non-smoking Æ – rooms

± – pet friendly ( – fitness centre


CAMPGROUNDS I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

CAMPBELLTON AREA — SAINT-QUENTIN

APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

CAMPGROUNDS Take a break from hotels and experience a night under the stars in a forested campground. Looking for a cross between comfort and a nature escape? Spend a night in a yurt!

There are two programs in New Brunswick to assure visitors that the properties listed have met or exceeded standards for amenities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. Those properties listed in this vacation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca have chosen to participate in one of two categories:

The New Brunswick Approved Program, which assures you that the property meets at least minimum industry standards with no stars awarded.

The Camping Select Program which goes one step further by providing nationally consistent standards and a recognized star rating system which awards properties (1) to (5) stars. Facilities - F

Recreation - R

CAMPBELLTON AREA Atholville Sugarloaf Provincial Park 596 Val-d’Amour Rd., ATHOLVILLE 506-789-2366/1-800-561-0123 sugarloaf@gnb.ca parcsugarloafpark.ca $28 to $43

* | ‡ ± ª Å } µ BOOK ONLINE

KEDGWICK RIVER Chalets Restigouche – Camping  1397 Route 265, KEDGWICK RIVER  506-284-2022/1-888-666-2022 info@chaletsrestigouche.com chaletsrestigouche.com $18 to $32

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PLASTER ROCK Plaster Rock Tourist Park  157 Main St., PLASTER ROCK  506-356-6077 sharkrec@nb.aibn.com plasterrockvillage.com $22 to $30

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SAINT-QUENTIN Mount Carleton Provincial Park 7612 Route 385, SAINT-QUENTIN 506-235-0793/1-800-561-0123 mt.carleton@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca BOOK ONLINE $28 to $43

√ – wheelchair accessible © – pool ± – pet friendly Å – pull-through sites

ˇ – activity centre ª – playground ´ – Internet/Wi-Fi ¿ – propane

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µ – campground laundry facility { – waterfront property | – beaches nearby ^ – water view – s  erviced sites serviced/unserviced Ò } – sites – u  nserviced sites )

! – shared A – restaurant * – shower/bath + – private – d  umping station ‡ for trailers

*Prices are subject to change without notice. For more information, contact the operator, visit us online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca or call us at 1-800-561-0123.

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INDEX FOODIE STOPS

FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE ACCOMMODATIONS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Blacks Harbour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Dieppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Dipper Harbour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Fundy National Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Hopewell Hill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Pocologan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Quispamsis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Riverside-Albert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Springdale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 St. Stephen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Sussex Corner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

ARTISTIC STOPS

Albert Mines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Curryville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Dieppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Harvey (Albert County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Mascarene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Memramcook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Riverside-Albert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Riverview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Seeleys Cove. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

BEACH STOPS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Oak Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Waterside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

CAMPGROUNDS

Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Dieppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Dipper Harbour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Fundy National Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 New River Beach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Penobsquis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Pocologan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 St. Stephen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

COASTAL STOPS

Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Cape Enrage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Harvey (Albert County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Letete. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

ENTERTAINMENT STOPS Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 FERRIES

Blacks Harbour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Letete. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

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Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Chamcook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Dieppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Memramcook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Oak Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Waterside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

GOLF STOPS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Dieppe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Hillsborough. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Irishtown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Lakeville (Westmorland County). . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Memramcook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Oak Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Petitcodiac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Riverview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Utopia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

HERITAGE STOPS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Bayside. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Beaver Harbour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Canal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Colpitts Settlement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Dorchester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Dumbarton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Elmsville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Flume Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Germantown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Hillsborough. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Hopewell Hill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Irishtown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Little Lepreau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Memramcook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 New Scotland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Old Ridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Petitcodiac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 River Glade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Riverside-Albert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Riverview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Rollingdam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Salem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 South Branch (Kings County) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 St. Stephen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Tynemouth Creek. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Upper Wards Creek. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Waterford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

NATURE STOPS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Blacks Harbour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Bocabec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Cape Enrage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Chance Harbour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Johnson’s Mills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Prince of Wales. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Riverview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Saint John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Cape Enrage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Chance Harbour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Deer Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Dipper Harbour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Hopewell Cape. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

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Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Saint John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 St. Martins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 St. Stephen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

PARK STOPS

Alma. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Irishtown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 New River Beach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Oak Bay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Saint John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

QUIRKY STOPS Dorchester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 WILDLIFE STOPS

Anagance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Campobello Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Chamcook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Grand Manan Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Moncton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Sackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Saint Andrews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Saint John. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 St. George. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE ACCOMMODATIONS

Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Bayfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Browns Yard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Cap-Pelé. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Caraquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Charlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Grande-Anse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Kouchibouguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Miscou Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Murray Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Napan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Nash Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Neguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 New Mills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Petit-Rocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Pointe-Verte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Pokemouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Port Elgin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Richibucto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Rogersville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Saint-Louis de Kent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Saint-Simon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Shippagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Tracadie-Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Val-Comeau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122

ARTISTIC STOPS

Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Belledune. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Bertrand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Caraquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Charlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Cocagne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Lamèque Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Petite-Lamèque . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Saint-Isidore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Sainte-Anne-de-Kent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Shemogue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112

BEACH STOPS

Baie-Sainte-Anne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Barachois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Bas-Caraquet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Belledune. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Beresford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Cap-Pelé. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Cape Jourimain (near Bayfield). . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Charlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Escuminac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Grande-Anse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

Kouchibouguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Le Goulet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Maisonnette. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Miscou Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Neguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Petit-Rocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Pigeon Hill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Pointe-Sapin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Pokeshaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Richibucto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Sainte-Marie-Saint-Raphaël . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Shippagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Val-Comeau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

CAMPGROUNDS

Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Belledune. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Black Point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Cape Tormentine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Cap-Pelé. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Caraquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Charlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Grande-Anse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Kouchibouguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Lamèque. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Miscou Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Murray Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Neguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Petit-Rocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Richibucto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Shippagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Tabusintac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Tracadie-Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Val-Comeau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127

COASTAL STOPS

Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Cocagne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Miscou Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Pointe-du-Chêne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Pointe-Sapin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Richibucto-Village . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Shippagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103

ENTERTAINMENT STOPS Caraquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 FOODIE STOPS

Baie Verte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Beresford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Kouchibouguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Mundleville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Paquetville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Pointe-du-Chêne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Pointe-Verte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Saint-Édouard-de-Kent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Tabusintac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Tracadie-Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Val-Comeau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

GOLF STOPS

Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Haute-Aboujagane. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Pokemouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Saint-Ignace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 St. Margarets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Tabusintac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

HERITAGE STOPS

Aulac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Barachois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Bertrand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Camerons Mill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Cap-Pelé. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Caraquet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Charlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Dalhousie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Escuminac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Grande-Anse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Grande-Digue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Hardwicke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 MacDougall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Mundleville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Paquetville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Petit-Rocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Port Elgin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112


Rexton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rogersville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-Isidore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-Louis de Kent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-Simon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shediac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shediac Bridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shippagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tabusintac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tracadie-Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

107 106 104 107 103 110 109 103 105 105

NATURE STOPS

Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Belledune. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Beresford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Bouctouche. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Cape Jourimain (near Bayfield). . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Cape Tormentine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Kouchibouguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Port Elgin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Tracadie-Sheila. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Allardville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Charlo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Notre-Dame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Petit-Rocher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

PARK STOPS

Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Kouchibouguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Lamèque Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Murray Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Neguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Nigadoo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Pointe-Verte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Saint-Isidore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110

QUIRKY STOPS

Shediac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110

WILDLIFE STOPS

Acadieville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Bathurst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Beresford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Neguac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Pointe-du-Chêne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Port Elgin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Shippagan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Tabusintac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105

RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE ACCOMMODATIONS

Bayswater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carters Point. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cumberland Bay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Evandale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florenceville-Bristol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gagetown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hartland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jemseg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kiersteadville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kingston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lac Baker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lakeville Corner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . McAdam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nauwigewauk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perth-Andover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-Léonard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shannon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

ARTISTIC STOPS

Bloomfield (Kings County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cambridge-Narrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Central Greenwich. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Central Hampstead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florenceville-Bristol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gagetown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grafton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hartland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harvey (York County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kingston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Queenstown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Upper Woodstock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

163 163 163 163 164 165 165 167 167 168 168 169 169 169 169 169 169 169 169 169 170 170 170 161 156 157 157 139 140 145 150 157 147 160 146 149 160 155 157 161 146 147

BEACH STOPS

Grand Bay-Westfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Harvey (York County) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Kingsclear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Lac Baker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Mactaquac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Nackawic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Oak Point (Kings County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Quispamsis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Tobique Narrows (Negootkook First Nation)..144 Waterville (Sunbury County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

CAMPGROUNDS

Cambridge-Narrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Coles Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Fredericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173 Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Harvey (York County) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Lac Baker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Mactaquac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 McAdam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Mill Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Nackawic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Perth-Andover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Princess Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Rivière-Verte. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Saint-Léonard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Upper Gagetown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175

COASTAL STOPS

Bayswater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gagetown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oak Point (Kings County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oromocto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FERRIES

Bayswater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Belleisle Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Evandale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gagetown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Bay-Westfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quispamsis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Summerville (Kings County). . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FOODIE STOPS

Cambridge-Narrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florenceville-Bristol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hartland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jemseg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kingston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perth-Andover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-Hilaire. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Waterville (Carleton County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

GOLF STOPS

Codys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Douglas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four Falls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mactaquac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nackawic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Norton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oromocto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Simonds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Welsford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

HERITAGE STOPS

158 151 157 157 156 158 157 157 157 158 158 158 156 140 145 151 142 146 156 160 144 139 161 146 147 156 149 140 144 151 142 160 149 148 161 156 146 161 158 147

Baker-Brook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Bayswater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Belleisle Creek. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161 Benton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Bloomfield (Kings County). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Cambridge-Narrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Centreville (Kings County) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 Clair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Coles Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Florenceville-Bristol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Fredericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Fredericton Junction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 French Village (Kings County) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Gagetown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Hartland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Hoyt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Juvenile Settlement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

Kingston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kirkland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lower Windsor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lower Woodstock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . McAdam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mill Settlement West. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Minto. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nauwigewauk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Denmark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Newtown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Norton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nortondale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oromocto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Perth-Andover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Plumweseep. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Prince William. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rivière-Verte. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roachville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rusagonis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-François-de-Madawaska. . . . . . . . . . . . . Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Smithtown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Upper Gaspereau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Upper Woodstock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodstock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

160 148 146 148 149 155 156 160 144 162 161 148 156 144 162 148 142 161 155 139 142 158 161 156 147 147

NATURE STOPS Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Florenceville-Bristol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Fredericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Hartford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Nackawic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Keswick Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Oromocto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Perth-Andover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Rivière-Verte. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Summerville (Kings County). . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Drummond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erbs Cove. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Bay-Westfield. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mactaquac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rivière-Verte. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sussex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

PARK STOPS

Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florenceville-Bristol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Falls/Grand-Sault. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mactaquac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oromocto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

144 161 154 154 158 142 161 149 142 162 141 146 154 144 149 156

WILDLIFE STOPS

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Doaktown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gray Rapids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . McNamee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Napan Bay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sillikers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Esk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

192 190 192 189 187 190 190

PARK STOPS

Blackville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189

APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE ACCOMMODATIONS

Balmoral. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 Campbellton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 Kedgwick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Nictau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Plaster Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Popple Depot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212

ARTISTIC STOPS Campbellton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 BEACH STOPS

Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Tide Head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207

CAMPGROUNDS

Campbellton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kedgwick River. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Plaster Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

213 213 213 213

GOLF STOPS

McLeods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Plaster Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208

HERITAGE STOPS

Kedgwick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209 Arthurette. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210

NATURE STOPS Tide Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Atholville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 Kedgwick River. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209

PARK STOPS

QUIRKY STOPS

Nackawic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Edmundston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fredericton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Knowlesville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

NATURE STOPS McNamee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192

141 154 161 146

Atholville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 Saint-Quentin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209 Tide Head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208

QUIRKY STOPS Campbellton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206

MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE ACCOMMODATIONS

Doaktown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Durham Bridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193

ARTISTIC STOPS Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 CAMPGROUNDS

Boiestown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 New Bandon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195

FOODIE STOPS Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 GOLF STOPS

Doaktown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Durham Bridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188

HERITAGE STOPS

Boiestown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Doaktown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lower Newcastle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miramichi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red Bank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Renous. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

192 192 187 188 190 190

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