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Aberdeen Cultural Centre Take in a rich selection of visual and performance arts at this heritage site, including Acadie Rock, a week-long celebration of Acadian culture.

Moncton Stadium Catch major sporting events and much more at our newest venue, and at locations throughout the city. Moncton has a knack for entertaining, from exciting concerts to crowd-pleasing festivals, so get your tickets early – you won’t want to miss them.

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Downtown Moncton Head to the city’s core where you’ll find uni ue shopping plus vibrant nightlife, including local wines and brews, fresh seafood as well as live music and theatre.


Magic Mountain Zoom down waterslides, make a splash in the giant wave pool, play a round of mini-golf, or zip around on amusement park rides – everything a kid (or kid at heart) could want!

Magnetic Hill Zoo Explore our wild side and meet some of the locals (over 600 of them) as you wander through our 16-ha (40-acre) Zoo. And just wait until you see the jaw-dropping tiger exhibit.

Resurgo Place Get hands-on with interactive displays at the Transportation Discovery Centre, discover artefacts during museum exhibits, and more! It’s a can’t-miss destination for history buffs.


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NAVIGATING YOUR NEW BRUNSWICK TRAVEL GUIDE

Things To Do 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. Which will you explore first

Fundy Coastal Drive 460 km (286 mi.) Don’t miss the natural wonders, marine life and stunning coastlines. Let the lighthouses be your guide.

Acadian Coastal Drive 750 km (466 mi.)

Miramichi River Route 180 km (112 mi.)

Looking for vibrant culture, Maritime hospitality and stretches of warm saltwater beaches Just follow the music up the coast.

Let the mighty Miramichi River navigate you to Atlantic salmon fishing and outdoor adventures.

River Valley Scenic Drive 512 km (318 mi.) o our roots show efinitely. Heritage and inspiring landscapes meet here.

Are you a meticulous planner or do you prefer to be spontaneous This guide is bursting with things to do and can’t-miss experiences you’ve gotta be here to try. Use this guide to customize your vacation, in advance or on the go.

Accommodations & Campgrounds 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.

Appalachian Range Route 278 km (173 mi.) Panoramic views and fresh air are waiting for you at the top of the Maritimes’ highest peak.

You’ve Gotta Experience This To make your visit an authentic one, flip to the ou’ve Gotta Experience This ’ sections within each of the Scenic Drives. It’s where we’ll give you the inside scoop on the best things to do, the most amazing sights to see and must-try regional cuisine.

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CELEBRATE WHERE IT ALL BEGAN

Come celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary in New Brunswick, a founding province of Confederation. Join us for unforgettable festivities that celebrate our multicultural heritage, commemorate our prosperity and growth from humble beginnings, and honour our nation’s history.

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DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE

The essential checklist for exploring our

PROVINCIAL PARKS

SUGARLOAF

MOUNT CARLETON

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MURRAY BEACH

MACTAQUAC

HERRING COVE

NEW RIVER BEACH THE ANCHORAGE

THE ANCHORAGE Hike the towering heights of the coastline trails

DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE Lounge waterside or take a dip in the heated pool

HERRING COVE Bicycle down carriage trails that Roosevelt himself once traveled

MACTAQUAC Rent a houseboat from the marina and take your vacation off land

PARLEE BEACH

MURRAY BEACH

MOUNT CARLETON Climb the Maritimes’ highest peak

MURRAY BEACH

THE ANCHORAGE

Explore the shore and camp by the sea

NEW RIVER BEACH Wade in tidal pools in search of sea creatures

PARLEE BEACH Splash the day away in the warmest salt water in Canada

SUGARLOAF

SUGARLOAF MOUNT CARLETON

Hit the trails for unforgettable mountain biking NEW RIVER BEACH Explore and learn with a variety of interpretive programs, special events and outdoor excursions. Go sightseeing, practice your golf swing or let t e ids run off so e ener y at a play round. No matter where you’re staying – in a tent, RV, ca in or rustic s elter you ll nd a

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BAY OF FUNDY, ST. MARTINS

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The Bay of Fundy takes the seafaring lifestyle, wraps it up with world wonders and ties it with a bow of spectacular coastlines carved by the world’s highest tides. Wave goodbye to ordinary – an unforgettable trip lies ahead.

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MURRAY BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

beaches Ordinary beaches? Not here. We’ve got the warmest salt water in Canada, so c’mon in for a swim. Camp by the sea and wake up to the sounds of the surf, search for ancient fossils or simply soak up some rays – your options for a sun-filled, sandy-toed vacation here are endless.

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FESTIVAL ACADIEN DE CARAQUET

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Warm welcomes and big smiles – Acadians are all heart. Once you get a taste of their rich heritage and joie de vivre (and let’s not forget their popular

fricot or fried clams), you’ll see why Acadians are anything but ordinary. Leave your cares behind and prepare to be swept up in the festivities.

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NEW RIVER BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

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PROVINCIAL, NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL

Need an excuse to escape the ordinary? We’ll give you 12. Our parks will take you from the Maritimes’ highest peak to breathtaking coastal trails, with lots of opportunities to explore, hike past sparkling waterfalls and lounge on beaches in between adventures. You’re going to love them!

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CITY OF MONCTON

food&drink We know you’re excited to feast on mouth-watering seafood and that

you’re dying to figure out what poutine râpée is all about. But wait until you try lobster mac and cheese or snack on some dulse. And be sure to join in on tasting events so you can add wines and ales with a local spin to your repertoire. Ordinary just isn’t in our vocabulary when it comes to cuisine. Come hungry because you’re in for a treat.

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CITY OF SAINT JOHN

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KEDGWICK RIVER

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Travelling along in a canoe or soaring high above on a zipline. Casting your line or relaxing aboard a houseboat. Life on our rivers is a unique time travel from past to present and back again. Here, the waterways connect yesterday and today; reminders of our diverse heritage can be found around every bend. So grab a paddle – discoveries lie ahead.

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CITY OF FREDERICTON MONCTON

cities 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 local fare. And the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Our nightlife will sweep you off your feet.

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CITY OF SAINT JOHN


CITY OF MIRAMICHI

CITY OF DIEPPE

CITY OF BATHURST

CITY OF CAMPBELLTON

CITY OF EDMUNDSTON CITY OF MONCTON

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Performers from around the globe are in their element along Saint John’s Boardwalk. You’ll want prime seats for their outrageous antics, awe-inspiring acts, and hilarious comedy routines.

Sip your way along the Bay with tours and tastings at our distinct and award-winning wineries, distilleries and breweries. SAINT ANDREWS

A whale-watching excursion is a must when travelling along the Bay of Fundy. Keep an eye out for the rare right whale and don’t be surprised if sharks, seals and shorebirds pop up to say ‘hello’ too – they love it here! PICTURE CAPTION, PICTURE

Let the beauty of a lush garden inspire your masterpiece during a step-by-step art class.

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Let these road trips

4-5 days | 225 km (140 mi.)

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BAY OF FUNDY, ST. MARTINS Campobello Island

Stops Along the Way Grand Manan Island

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FUNDY WONDERS & WHALES ROUTE 5-6 days | 300 km (186 mi.)

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Whoa! moments

Wow! is a perfectly acceptable (and common) response to seeing the tides in action and standing in the presence of these huge rock formations.

World’s highest tides

In other parts of the world, the average tidal range is one metre ( ft.) or less, but here the tides can reach a height of 4 metres (4 ft.) twice a day! These dramatic highs and lows have worked for thousands of years to sculpt the Hopewell Rocks. It’s kind of like nature’s artwork.

Weird names

Ways to witness it

Some of the rocks have quirky nicknames like overs Arch, E.T. Rock and Mother-in- aw. Tag your pictures of them with E P ORENB and let us know if you see the resemblance.

Wacky facts

The tides travel between one and two-and-a-half vertical metres (4 and 8 ft.) per HOUR depending on lunar phases. Each tidal ow contains approximately 00 billion tonnes of water.

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Walk along the ocean oor and ga e up at the huge rocks as you stand in their shadows. Or kayak on top of the tides to meet the formations eye-to-eye.


Chef Jesse Vergen

Not only was Chef Jesse Vergen a Top Chef Canada finalist, but the giant lobster roll he serves up at the Saint ohn Ale House was featured on Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here!

Try Jesse’s

FIRE-GRILLED CLAMS They will keep you in the Maritime spirit even after you’ve settled back in at home.

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WHERE YA STAYIN’? For a room with a view, snuggle up at Rossmount Inn. This historic country inn serves up gourmet meals created with local foods and overlooks the Passamaquoddy Bay from its spot near Chamcook Mountain. For other charming accommodations, flip to page 75.

CELEBRITY STARTS Not only was actor Donald Sutherland born in Saint John, but he got a taste for theatre when he took puppet classes at the New Brunswick Museum.

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FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

FESTIVALS & EVENTS

BUSKERS ON THE BAY FESTIVAL 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 harbour-side setting. Mark your calendars! Get the details at TourismNewBrunswick.ca APRIL Frye Festival Moncton

Atlantic National Automotive Extravaganza Moncton

Riverview Annual Maple Sugar Festival Riverview

Buskers on the Bay Festival Saint John

MAY

Campobello Island’s Fog Festival Campobello Island

Flavours New Brunswick Food Festival Saint Andrews Paddlefest NB Saint Andrews The Saint John Early Music Festival Saint John

Concerts in the Park Sackville

JUNE

Grand Manan Rotary Festival Grand Manan

Atlanticade Motorcycle Festival Moncton

Granite Town Festival St. George

Canada Day Week Celebrations Saint John

Keillor House Heritage Fair Dorchester

Moncton Highland Games & Scottish Festival Moncton

Mosaïq Multicultural Festival Moncton

Riverview SUNFEST Riverview

Movies in the Park (Caseley Park) Riverview

Rotary Ribfest Moncton Moncton

St. Martins Old Home Week St. Martins

Saint John Idol Saint John

St. Stephen Concert Series St. Stephen

Shiretown Days Festival Dorchester

Wednesday Show Dieppe

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

Westmorland County Agricultural Fair Petitcodiac

JULY

Chocolate Fest St. Stephen

Albert County Historical Society Quilt Show & Sale Hopewell Cape Annual Sandpiper Festival Dorchester Area 506 Festival Saint John

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Concerts in Caseley Park Riverview

AUGUST

Fundy FRINGE Festival Saint John Granite Town Wild Blueberry Festival St. George Rising Tide Festival Fundy National Park

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Saint John Exhibition Saint John Salisbury Community Days Salisbury Summer End Folk Festival Grand Manan T rner s Victoria ar Arts and ra Fair Moncton

SEPTEMBER Sackville Fall Fair Sackville

OCTOBER Art Across the Marsh Sackville Atlantic Dance Festival Moncton Halloween Haunted House Tour Dorchester Indulge Saint Andrews Riverview Harvest Festival Riverview World Wine & Food Expo Moncton

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EXPERIENCES I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

You’ve Gotta Experience This! Our two Fundy road trips were only previews of great things to come. Here are some more exciting must-do Experiences for daredevils and 1 gentle drifters alike. They’ll help St. Stephen you plan your stay from one end of the coast to the other. Follow Saint Andrews 2 3 4 5 6 the numbers, symbols and map 7 8 9 10 to fun! What are you waiting for?

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Heritage Chocolate Walk 1 The The Chocolate Museum Explore the sweet history of St. Stephen, home of the Ganong Brothers and the place to “Discover the Wonder of Chocolate.”

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

Relax, Explore 2 Enjoy, Europa Inn & Restaurant Feast on a magnificent 5-course dining experience during your stay at this delightful boutique inn, located near fine shops and a charming waterfront.

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

Whale Watching Excursion 3 High-Speed Campobello Island Water Taxi and Tours Experience the exhilaration of rushing tides and whale-watching on a 33-ft. odiac® Hurricane. ou’ll be adventuring in comfort in search of whales, wildlife, lighthouses and more.

$60 to $75 4 King St., Saint Andrews jollybreeze.com 506-529-8116

for Whales by Zodiac® 4 Search Fundy Tide Runners Whale Watching and Nature Tours Rugged beauty characteri es the shoreline as you weave through the channels of the est Isles in search of the largest mammals on earth.

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

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with the Whales & Wildlife 5 Cruisin’ Island Quest Marine oin Saint Andrews’ most experienced whale-watching company with a local Captain and marine biologist who will entertain and educate you on this authentic Bay of Fundy adventure

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

Ship Whale Adventures 6 Tall Jolly Breeze Tall Ship Whale Adventures hales plus a classic Tall Ship Experience Marine biologist, licensed bar, touch aquarium, children’s pirate activities and more. Ahoy mate

$40 to $60 4 King St., Saint Andrews jollybreeze.com 1-866-529-8116

Floral Carpet Ride 7 Magical Kingsbrae Garden our guided tour through magnificent grounds will have you rejoicing in the beauty of a garden. Enjoy afternoon tea and a special keepsake.

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

and Wildlife Catamaran Style 8 Whales Quoddy Link Marine Inc. 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.

$38 to $58 20 King St., Saint Andrews quoddylinkmarine.com 506-529-2600

for Two! 9 Tee Algonquin Resort, Algonquin Golf Course ith champagne and strawberries delivered on the course, a golf lesson for two and an evening at the reimagined Algonquin Resort, this will be your most romantic game ever

$595 to $795 184 Adolphus St., Saint Andrews algonquinresort.com 1-855-529-8693

and Palette 10 Pinot Kingsbrae Garden oin talented artist Geoff Slater to create your own masterpiece with step-by-step instruction, delicious indulgences, wine, and laughter. Unleash your inner Picasso

$35 220 King St., Saint Andrews kingsbraegarden.com 506-529-3335

Taste of the Good Life 11 A 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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$105 4599 Route 127, Chamcook (near Saint Andrews) rossmountinn.com 506-529-3351


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with Eleanor 12 Tea 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.)

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

of the Bay, guaranteed! 13 Whales 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.

$52 to $60 43 SC Breakwater Road, Seal Cove, Grand Manan seawatchtours.com 1-877-662-8552

John Uncorked! 14 Saint 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!

$69 King’s Square Bandstand, Saint John UncorkedNB.com 506-324-4644

Billion Years of Stories 15 A Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark Geology is pure fun at the Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark. Our guides share where you can climb volcanic rocks, paddle an ice age river, dine from a geologically inspired menu and more!

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

Row for Buskers 16 Front 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.

$250 1 Market Sq., Saint John marketsquaresj.com 506-658-3600

Uptown Saint John 17 Discover New Brunswick Museum Expert interpreters from the museum will guide your discovery of the history, architecture and landmarks in the heart of the city.

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

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

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

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

Explore the St. Martins Sea Caves by kayak! Paddle under covered bridges in the historic harbour, discover the Fundy Trail coastline, and enjoy smoked salmon on the beach.

$60 to $125 415 Main St., St. Martins redrockadventure.ca 506-833-2231

Lobster the Way it was Meant to Be 20 Eat 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.

$30 36 Shore Ln., Alma thankfultoo.com 506-887-1987

the World’s Highest Tides 21 Kayak FreshAir Adventure Ltd. Kayak along the dramatic coastline of Fundy National Park. Explore cliffs, caves, or low-tide vistas while paddling through this magnificent UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

$62 to $74 16 Fundy View Dr., Alma freshairadventure.com 506-887-2249

Kool Kitchen Party 22 Molly 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.

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

with Salmon For Science 23 Swim Fundy National Park Participate in a rare opportunity to snorkel with Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic salmon at Fundy National Park. Learn all about this endangered species from knowledgeable field experts.

$132 8642 Route 114, Alma pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/fundy/ activ/vedette-featured/ saumon-salmon.aspx 506-887-6000

Yourself at Cape Enrage 24 Challenge Cape Enrage ip along the magnificent Bay of Fundy and rappel down a 43-m 140-ft. cliff towards the rocky ocean floor. hat a rush

$45 650 Cape Enrage Rd., Waterside capeenrage.ca 506-887-2273

the Rocks 25 Kayak Baymount Outdoor Adventures Inc. Baymount’s ayak The Rocks excursion offers guests a unique opportunity to experience the awesome Bay of Fundy tides during the highest tidal paddling tour on earth!

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$59 to $229 131 Discovery Rd. (The Hopewell Rocks, Lower Site), Hopewell Cape baymountadventures.com 506-734-2660


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the Ocean Floor 26 Walk 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.

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

Foodies 27 Fundy Delta Beauséjour The chef’s innovative menu showcases the best ingredients from local farmers, fishermen and meat producers, all within 100 miles of the restaurant.

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

Wine Lover’s Utopia 28 A Magnetic Hill Winery More than just a bottle of wine Sip awardwinning wines, experience the historic 1867 restored property, vineyard, licensed patio, the million-dollar view, gift shop and B B.

$10 to $15 860 Front Mountain Rd., Moncton magnetichillwinery.com 506-384-WINE (384-9463)

Zones Of Family Fun 29 Four Magic Mountain Get wet and go wild with the ultimate summer-fun experience. From rides and slides to pools, games and even mini-golf, get ready for 4 ones of pure excitement

Various pricing 150 Magic Mountain Rd., Moncton magicmountain.ca 506-857-9283

for a Week 30 Zookeeper 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

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

31 Hopewell Rocks and Bay of Fundy Coastal Tour

Roads To Sea Guided Tours alk along beautiful coastal trails and experience the dramatic rise and fall of the World’s Highest Tides during this informative guided excursion.

$173 Door-to-door shuttle service in greater Moncton roadstosea.com 506-850-7623

Adventure 32 Aerial TreeGO® Moncton First you’re properly trained, then it’s time to ip and climb from tree to tree An outdoor challenge for the whole family.

$25.22 to $33.04 811 St. George Blvd., Moncton treegomoncton.com 1-877-707-4646

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Spotlight on l’Acadie 33 Full 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.

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

and Thread for the Bed 34 Needle 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.

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

Wetlands Discovery 35 Guided Sackville Waterfowl Park Discover a beautiful wetland world during this guided walk. Identify plants and animals; visit the charming downtown nearby. Snack included.

NEW RIVER BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

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


THINGS TO DO I FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE THE CHOCOLATE MUSEUM

THINGS TO DO

FUNDY COASTAL DRIVE

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

OLD RIDGE HERITAGE STOPS DENNIS STREAM NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (MAXWELL CROSSING)

THE HOPEWELL ROCKS, HOPEWELL CAPE

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.

ST. STEPHEN

You are Here!

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

OAK BAY

HERITAGE STOPS

BEACH STOPS

CHARLOTTE COUNTY MUSEUM

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

This map tracker will help you see where you are along the Fundy Coastal Drive. From St. Stephen all the way to Moncton, the F nd oastal Drive fills o r e es with views of a bay unlike any other when you witness the world’s highest tides. Along the way, satisfy your sweet tooth or feast on fresh lobster. You can do both right here!

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FOODIE STOPS TUDDENHAM FARMS 506-466-1840 Housed in a beautiful home from the 1800s, the Charlotte County Museum’s vast collection will capture your imagination and give you a glimpse into Charlotte County’s fascinating past. 443 Milltown Blvd 506-466-6606/506-466-8356 darren.mccabe@gnb.ca

GOLF STOPS ST. STEPHEN GOLF CLUB 506-466-5336

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BAYSIDE HERITAGE STOPS SAINT CROIX ISLAND INTERNATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 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

SAINT ANDREWS 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

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

Phone: 506-529-3304

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

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 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

The Centre explores art and nature through exhibitions, courses and workshops for children, youth and adults. 139 Water St. 506-529-3386 info@sunburyshores.org sunburyshores.org

JAREA ART STUDIO 506-529-8511

FOODIE STOPS EUROPA INN & RESTAURANT Want the best experience? See page 27

ST. ANDREWS FARMERS’ MARKET 506-747-2399

GOLF STOPS ALGONQUIN GOLF COURSE

Situated on the shores of beautiful Passamaquoddy Bay, the experience at this historic 18-hole course has been elevated this season by golf architect Rod Whitman. 465 Brandy Cove Rd. 506-529-8165/1-855-529-8693 jason.porter@algonquinresort.com algonquinresort.com/golf $50 to $125 Want the best experience? See page 28

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

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

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

COASTAL STOPS SAINT ANDREWS MARKET WHARF 506-529-5170

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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SUNBURY SHORES ART AND NATURE CENTRE

Tara Manor Inn

OAK BAY PARK

ST. ANDREWS SUMMER THEATRE

ARTISTIC STOPS

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

PARK STOPS

ENTERTAINMENT STOPS

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


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ST. ANDREWS BLOCKHOUSE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS CAMPOBELLO ISLAND WATER TAXI AND TOURS

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

ROSS MEMORIAL MUSEUM

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 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 Free

ST. ANDREWS HISTORIC DISTRICT NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT 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

Water Taxi Saint Andrews to Campobello Island. Enjoy a two-hour guided Island van tour, Roosevelt’s summer home tour and the recommended “Tea with Elenor.” 4 King St. 506-529-8116 Jollybreeze@hotmail.com Jollybreeze.com Want the best experience? See page 27

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NATURE STOPS KINGSBRAE GARDEN 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. 506-529-5124 rossmuse@nb.aibn.com rossmemorialmuseum.ca

oin the Off- ilter 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

SHERIFF ANDREWS HOUSE An award-winning 11-ha (27-acre) horticultural masterpiece featuring themed gardens with over 50,000 perennials, shrubs, and trees. Experience a memorable lunch while alpacas roam the lawn! 220 King St. 506-529-3335/1-866-566-8687 kgo ce@kingsbraegarden.com kingsbraegarden.com $12 to $38 Want the best experience? See page 28

SPEARS’ FISHING & CHARTER

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE The warm interior of this 1820 neo-classical-style home immerses you in the daily life of the Andrews’ family. 63 King St. 506-529-5080/506-529-5120 town@townofstandrews.ca townofstandrews.ca/subcontents.php?id=7&sid=28

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

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 $40 to $350

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ST. ANDREWS SPORT FISHING CO.

Bay fishing with an experienced crew and high-performance craft. Rods, bait and gear supplied. An expedition unlike any other 205 ater St. 506-529-9885/1-888-252-9111 info@standrewssportfishing.com standrewssportfishing.com $99 to $250

HUNTSMAN FUNDY DISCOVERY AQUARIUM

Fascinating creatures inhabit the Bay of Fundy In a 7.5 m 25 ft. tide tank, touch tanks and other exhibits you will encounter seals, seahorses and more. 1 Lower Campus Rd., Marine Science r. 506-529-1200 huntsman@huntsmanmarine.ca huntsmanmarine.ca $10 to $14.25

TURTLE SHORE ADVENTURES

QUODDY LINK MARINE INC.

Saint Andrews’ most experienced whale-watcher our best opportunity to sight whales and wildlife due to the catamaran’s stability and speed. elcome aboard Intersection of ater and ing Streets, right of the Public harf 506-529-2600/1-877-688-2600 info@quoddylinkmarine.com quoddylinkmarine.com $28 to $58 ant the best experience See page 28

ISLAND QUEST MARINE

CHAMCOOK FOODIE STOPS ROSSMOUNT INN ant the best experience See page 28 Exciting eep tours one-hour Saint Andrews tour or three-hour tour including Ministers Island. History and beach walks with a passionate biologist. 1-24 ing St. 506-467-1307 genny@turtleshoreadventures.com turtleshoreadventures.com $10 to $198

VIP JET BOAT WHALE ADVENTURES 506-529-8116

WILDLIFE STOPS FUNDY TIDE RUNNERS WHALE WATCHING AND NATURE TOURS

oin us aboard one of our two 8-m 25-ft. odiacs® as we safely explore the Bay of Fundy for whales and other marine wildlife. 16 ing St. 506-529-4481/506-469-4879 contact@fundytiderunners.com fundytiderunners.com $45 to $60 ant the best experience See page 27

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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 ater St. 506-529-9885/1-888-252-9111 info@islandquestmarine.com islandquestmarine.com $38 to $58 ant the best experience See page 28

JOLLY BREEZE TALL SHIP WHALE ADVENTURES

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

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WILDLIFE STOPS WILD SALMON NATURE CENTRE

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

BOCABEC NATURE STOPS AU E -TA L R NATURE RESERVE (SAM ORR POND) 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


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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 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.

CANAL 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.

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

WILDLIFE STOPS

BEACH STOPS

EAGLE’S NEST LOOKOUT

CUMMINGS COVE, ENGLISH’S BAR, STUART TOWN BEACHES

506-755-4320

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.

UTOPIA GOLF STOPS

FERRIES

ST. GEORGE GOLF COURSE 506-755-3391

DEER ISLAND – CAMPOBELLO ISLAND FERRY

MASCARENE ARTISTIC STOPS TOPSAIL CANVAS 506-755-2893

LETETE COASTAL STOPS GREEN’S POINT LIGHTSTATION (LETETE PASSAGE) 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

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

LETETE – DEER ISLAND FERRY

OLD SOW WHIRLPOOL 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.

ST. GEORGE – CANAL BEACH

FOODIE STOPS GRANITE TOWN FARMS

NATURE STOPS CLARK GREGORY NATURE PRESERVE

FERRIES

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

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

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

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NATURE STOPS

DEER ISLAND

DUCKS UNLIMITED WALKING TRAIL

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

506-755-4320

PARK STOPS ST. GEORGE FALLS 506-755-4320

ARTISTIC STOPS FIREBALL GALLERY & STUDIO 506-747-2009

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS COJO DIVING

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

COASTAL STOPS HEAD HARBOUR LIGHTSTATION (EAST QUODDY HEAD LIGHTSTATION)

ARTISTIC STOPS FRIAR’S BAY STUDIO GALLERY 575-267-2450 Guided SCUBA diving on Deer Island for divers of all skill levels. Spectacular marine life and great underwater photography! 195 Deer Island Point Rd., Cummings Cove 1-855-646-2656 sales@cojodiving.com cojodiving.com $125

SEASCAPE KAYAK TOURS INC.

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

506-747-1884

CAMPOBELLO ISLAND

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 jj@owenhouse.ca campobello.com/lighthouse/index.html $5 to $25

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

FERRIES

Herring Cove Provincial Park

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

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS Herring Cove is home to a pristine beach, camping, hiking trails (favourites of the Roosevelts), golf, kayaking, a delight for whale- and birdwatching enthusiasts. 136 Herring Cove Rd., Welshpool 506-752-7010/1-800-561-0123 herringc@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca Free

GOLF CLUB

BEACH

CAMPGROUND

506-752-7010

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 Starting from $22

FUNDAY PASSENGER FERRY (BOAT TOURS) 506-752-2009

ISLAND DISCOVERY TOURS 506-752-1901

WILDLIFE STOPS CAPT. RIDDLE’S SEA GOING ADVENTURES

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Explore the impressive 34-room Roosevelt summer home, take a guided tour of the grounds, enjoy ower gardens, scenic trails and seascape loo o ts, 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

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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


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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

GRAND MANAN ISLAND The Anchorage Provincial Park

RAND MANAN ISLAND W ITE EAD ISLAND FERR

With picturesque campgrounds, hiking and cycling trails, you will be able to learn about the geolog and wildlife of this island paradise Anchorage Rd 506-662-7022/1-800-561-0123 anchoragepar hotmail com parcsnbpar s ca Free

Toll-free service. White Head Island is accessible several times a day from Grand Manan Island at Ingalls Head. Crossing: 20 minutes. 506-662-3724/1-855-882-1978 (in-province only) coastal1@nbnet.nb.ca coastaltransport.ca

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GRAND MANAN MUSEUM

Community owned museum housing 18 permanent exhibits that reflect the island’s fishery, its navigational and cultural history and branches of the natural sciences. 1141 Route 776 506-662-3524/506-662-3867 gmadmin@grandmananmuseum.ca grandmananmuseum.ca $5 to $7

Join us aboard the Day’s Catch for an unforgettable encounter with the whales and birds of the bay. hales GUARANTEE or your tour is FREE 43 SC Breakwater Road, Seal Cove harf 506-662-8552/1-877-662-8552 info@seawatchtours.com seawatchtours.com $49 to $69 ant the best experience See page 29

BLACKS HARBOUR

NATURE STOPS 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

Small, friendl fishing village on the world famo s waters of the a of F nd Feat ring st nning ocean views and the onnors ros Nat re reserve at ea oint

FERRIES BLACKS HARBOUR – GRAND MANAN FERRY

TOP OF THE ISLAND BOAT TOURS 506-660-1122

PARK STOPS LE-IN-T E-WALL AR 506-662-3152

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

NATURE STOPS NN RS R S NATURE RESERVE AT PEA POINT edicated to Bay of Fundy marine research, conservation and education of whales, seabirds and sharks. hale-themed museum and gift shop. 24 Route 776 506-662-3804 info@gmwsrs.org gmwsrs.info $1

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Coastal nature preserve near Blacks Harbour on the Bay of Fundy. Many natural and geological features as well as a lighthouse lit in 1878. allace Cove Road 506-457-2398


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HERITAGE STOPS

NATURE STOPS

BEAVER HARBOUR ARCHIVES & MUSEUM

LITTLE LEPREAU RIVER NO. 1.5 COVERED BRIDGE (MILL POND)

MUSQUASH ESTUARY COASTAL TRAILS

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.

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/beaverharbourventureslt

SEELEYS COVE ARTISTIC STOPS

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

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 atlantic@natureconservancy.ca natureconservancy.ca/en/where-we-work/ new-brunswick/featured-projects/musquash_ estuary.html#.VfgFqdJVhBc

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS CHANCE HARBOUR NATURE SPA

HELEN STANLEY POTTERY

I love to make sculptures as well as mugs, bowls, teapots, jugs, birdfeeders and planters. Come see everything you might want in your kitchen/garden! 450 Seeleys Cove Rd. 506-755-2030/506-343-1894 saltglaze@gmail.com helenstanleypottery.ca/Site/Salt_Glazed_Pottery.html

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

NEW RIVER BEACH New River Beach Provincial Park

CAMPGROUND

For campground information turn to page 88

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 Starting from $10

THE ANCHORAGE PROVINCIAL PARK, GRAND MANAN ISLAND

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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.

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Learn about the pieces, the artists who created them and visit numerous art galleries. Tours 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/places/take-the-art-inpublic-places-walking-tour

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Buckland Merrifield Gallery for contemporary fine art, craft and jewellery. Voted Saint Johns #1 art gallery 2016, representing over 60 New Brunswick artists. 36 Canterbury St. 506-693-9721/506-721-9053 peter@bucklandmerrifield.com bucklandmerrifield.com

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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. 12 King Sq., South 506-674-4100/1-800-323-7469 imperial@nbnet.nb.ca imperialtheatre.nb.ca $10 to $85

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TRINITY GALLERIES

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

Celebrating 20 years, this fabulous two-level gallery on beautiful Germain Street represents leading artists from the Maritimes and across Canada. 128 Germain St. 506-634-1611/506-721-1476 art@trinitygalleries.ca trinitygalleries.ca $25 to $30,000

SAINT JOHN ARTS CENTRE

FUNDY GALLERY OF ART 506-652-1409

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edicated to promoting arts and culture through touring and local exhibitions of fine arts, live performances, lectures, workshops and cultural events. 20 Peel Plaza 506-633-4870 sjac@sjartscentre.ca sjartscentre.ca

THIRD SPACE GALLERY

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

ENTERTAINMENT STOPS SYMPHONY NEW BRUNSWICK

Artist-run centre working with local, regional and national professional artists to raise the understanding and appreciation of contemporary art. 49 Canterbury St. 506-645-8335 tiersespace@gmail.com thirdspacegallery.ca SNB is a professional orchestra serving New Brunswick’s towns and cities. The orchestra consists of 40 musicians, expanding and contracting for educational and concert performances. 39 ing St., Level 3 506-634-8379 symphony@nbnet.nb.ca symphonynb.com

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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

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Winery tours from Saint John, Moncton and Fredericton, New Brunswick. Join us for tours, tastings, and events across the province. 3-139 Leinster St. Gill@UncorkedNB.com UncorkedNB.com $50 to $250 Want the best experience? See page 29

LF ST Canada’s oldest continuing farmers’ 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

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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 Free

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NEW BRUNSWICK 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 $6 to $22 Want the best experience? See page 29

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SAINT JOHN JEWISH HISTORICAL MUSEUM

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

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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 discoversaintjohn.com/places/the-old-loyalistburial-ground

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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

isplaying old handcuffs, billy sticks, photographs, uniforms and a 1965 olkswagen tra c car. See Constable George dressed in a uniform similar to that worn in 1849. 56 Prince William St. 506-652-1889 saintjohnpolicemuseum@gmail.com saintjohnnbpolicemuseum.webs.com/index.htm

THE LOYALIST HOUSE SAINT JOHN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

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

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NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 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

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The oldest building in the city of Saint John. Constructed in 1811 by David Daniel Merrit, a Loyalist from New York. 120 Union St. 506-652-3590 info@loyalisthouse.com discoversaintjohn.com $2 to $5

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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 estfield Rd. 506-457-2398

NEW BRUNSWICK INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE TRAIL 506-643-8358


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MARITIME DAYTRIPPING

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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

HARBOUR PASSAGE

Come try UNESCO Stonehammer Geopark rock climbing, family geocaching or stand-up paddleboarding (SUP)!! Year-round outdoor rentals (boats/skis). Lily Lake Pavilion in Rockwood Park, 55 Lake Dr. South 506-657-8747 info@daytrippingnb.com daytrippingnb.com $15

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

ROYAL KENNEBECASIS YACHT CLUB 506-632-0186

SAINT JOHN ADVENTURES INC. 506-634-9477

CROSS WITH SPEED

Relax in Style A Bay of Fundy voyage that's as fast as it is invigorating. Connect with free WiFi, stay productive in the business centre, or unwind in one of two movie lounges. The Fundy Rose offers entertainment for all, with a wide variety of refreshments and delicious local fare.

Daily Crossings between Saint John, New Brunswick and Digby, Nova Scotia.

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IRVING NATURE PARK

WOLASTOQ PARK

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/jd-irving-sustainability-nature-parksirving-nature-park.aspx

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. 211 Lancaster Ave. 506-653-7367 naturepark@jdirving.com

ROCKWOOD PARK

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STATION 1 SKATEBOARD PARK 506-658-2855

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Hardings Point Campground Inc.

Saint John’s Closest Waterfront Park! Pets & Big Rigs Welcome

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

STONEHAMMER UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

TYNEMOUTH CREEK

Hardings Point New Brunswick, Canada

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Home to over 35 species of exotic and endangered animals, the Vanished Kingdom’s nature walk, our new Reptile House and 18-hole Miniature Golf Course. 901 Foster Thurston Dr. 506-634-1440 cherrybrookzoo@bellaliant.com cherrybrookzoo.ca $5.50 to $26.50

HERITAGE STOPS In North America’s first UNESCO Global Geopark 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@stonehammerg eopark.com stonehammergeopark.com $5 to $75 Want the best experience? See page 29

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TYNEMOUTH CREEK COVERED BRIDGE 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.


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Once a shipbuilding centre, this gateway to the F nd Trail is famo s for its red cliffs, caves and birdwatching activities.

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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

Learn about local history and the era when the region was a prosperous lumber and shipbuilding area. View artefacts, photos and video presentation. 1100 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019/1-866-386-3987 info@fundytrailparkway.com fundytrailparkway.com $6 to $50

QUACO MUSEUM, ARCHIVES AND LIBRARY

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, lined with dramatic cliffs and rock formations. 3 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019

MAC’S BEACH 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, est Quaco Road, turn left on Lighthouse Road. 506-833-2010

FOODIE STOPS ST. MARTINS FARMERS MARKET 506-833-2220

Explore the stories of 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

St. Martins Country Inn

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

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.

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Enhance your Bay of Fundy RESTAURANT experience with a stay at this restored heritage inn (circa 1857) in the historic fishing village of St. Martins, New Brunswick. Just a 30-minute drive from the Saint John airport, this 4-star heritage property is equipped with a licensed restaurant & dining room. The St. Martins Country Inn offers 16 uniquely furnished rooms with a combination of antiques and contemporary amenities including both bayview and gardenview options. All rooms have private bath, flat screen televisions, free wireless internet, and hairdryers. Special packages for families, romantic getaways, adventure and seniors are available as well as packages which include both meals and accommodation.

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UPPER WARDS CREEK HERITAGE STOPS WARDS CREEK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (MACFARLANE) 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.

A stunning 19-km (11.8-mi.) coastal drive, 10-km (6-mi.) multi-use trail and footpaths, 20 lookouts, Long Beach (new for 2016), suspension bridge and Interpretive Centre. 3 Fundy Trail Pky. 506-833-2019/1-866-386-3987 info@fundytrailparkway.com fundytrailparkway.com $6 to $50

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

ST. MARTINS SEA CAVES 506-833-2006

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HERITAGE STOPS MARITIME MOTORSPORTS HALL OF FAME

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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HERITAGE STOPS KENNEBECASIS RIVER NO. 23 COVERED BRIDGE (MALONE)

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PETITCODIAC VALLEY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

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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.).

Red Rock Adventure offers guided kayaking and hiking experiences in St. Martins and the Fundy Trail Parkway. Half-day, full-day, and multi-day adventures available. 415 Main St. 506-833-2231/506-644-9553 redrockbookings@gmail.com redrockadventure.ca $60 Want the best experience? See page 30

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WILDLIFE STOPS FUNDY BIOSPHERE RESERVE Discover the amazing places of the Fundy Biosphere Reserve during a guided tour or go off the beaten path to explore. 36 hitfield Rd. 506-874-3272

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.

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.), Route 895 South 5.2 km (3.2 mi.), onto Colpitts Road, near Salisbury.

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Stroll on the wharf or wal on the ocean oor at low tide Witness the highest tides in the world

A pleasant example of a small town which offers ni e shopping and an hole golf co rse

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FORTY FIVE RIVER NO. 1 COVERED BRIDGE

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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.

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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.

NATURE STOPS DOBSON TRAIL (ALMA TO RIVERVIEW) 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

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS FRESHAIR ADVENTURE LTD.

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 Want the best experience? See page 30

Ideal for beachcombing and wildlife viewing; rough and rocky terrain. 650 Cape Enrage Rd. 506-887-2273/1-888-423-5454 info@CapeEnrage.ca capeenrage.ca

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

Alpine Motor Inn 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.

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

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. 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

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FOODIE STOPS WATERSIDE WINERY 506-887-2058

CAPE ENRAGE 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

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

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Fundy National Park’s charm is, in part, created by the giant tides in the Bay of Fundy and dramatic coastal landscapes that give way to majestic river valleys and towering forests as you travel inland. 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 Free Want the best experience? See page 30

ALMA, CANNONTOWN, HERRING COVE AND POINT WOLFE BEACHES

GOLF COURSE

Unsupervised saltwater beaches, interpretation and picnic areas. Heated saltwater pool. Explore the ocean oor 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

Challenging, 9-hole golf course designed by Stanley Thompson. Features golf carts and pro shop. Among the Top 10 courses in Atlantic Canada. 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 Starting from $15

CHIGNECTO NORTH CAMPGROUND

HEADQUARTERS CAMPGROUND

POINT WOLFE CAMPGROUND

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STUDIO ON THE MARSH

Enjoy the history of this century old lighthouse station. Rappel the steep rocky cliffs, search for fossils on the ocean floor. esignated 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 ant the best experience See page 30

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 heeler Boulevard 3 km 1.8 mi. , Route 114 South 65.7 km 40.8 mi. , onto Midway Road.

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

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.

HERITAGE STOPS THE OLD BANK MUSEUM This beautiful structure, formerly the Bank of New Brunswick, now houses a museum and visitor information centre. 5985 ing St. 506-882-2015

COASTAL STOPS ANDERSON HOLLOW LIGHTHOUSE 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

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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.

506-432-4540/506-433-6602 www.sussex.ca townofsussex@sussex.ca

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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?

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BAYMOUNT OUTDOOR ADVENTURES INC.

SAWMILL CREEK NO. 0.5 COVERED BRIDGE

WENDY JOHNSTON POTTERY AND ART EFFECTS FINE CRAFT GALLERY

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.).

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HERITAGE STOPS ALBERT COUNTY MUSEUM

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Baymount’s ayak The Rocks offers a unique opportunity to experience the awesome Bay of Fundy tides during the highest tidal paddling tour on earth! 131 Discovery Rd. 506-734-2660/1-877-601-2660 info@baymountadventures.com baymountadventures.com $49 to $229 Want the best experience? See page 30

BROADLEAF GUEST RANCH OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

Adventures include horseback riding, canoeing, biking and adventure barn with indoor rock-climbing wall and low-element challenge course. 5526 Route 114 506-882-2349/1-800-226-5405 info@broadleafranch.com broadleafranch.com $30 to $175

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

ALBERT MINES ARTISTIC STOPS FARM LIFE STUDIO

NATURE STOPS THE HOPEWELL ROCKS

CURRYVILLE ARTISTIC STOPS ALBERT COUNTY CLAY CO. 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 $25.50 Want the best experience? See page 31 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

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Art gallery, situated on the second storey of a barn, displaying original art and prints painted by Norm Bradford as well as some alpaca wool products. 474 Albert Mines Rd. 506-734-3493/506-378-4404 ruthbradford@xplornet.com

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.


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NEW BRUNSWICK RAILWAY MUSEUM

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.

FOODIE STOPS COMMUNITY MARKET 506-204-0472

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HILLSBOROUGH GOLF COURSE

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HERITAGE STOPS HONOURABLE WILLIAM HENRY STEEVES HOUSE MUSEUM

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

RIVERVIEW

A popular stop for those interested in the Steeves Family, the Village of Hillsborough, and the story of Canada’s Confederation. 40 Mill St. 506-734-3102/506-734-2363 steevesmuseum@nb.aibn.com steeveshousemuseum.ca $2 to $8

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

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HERITAGE STOPS MITTON WILLIAM COVERED BRIDGE 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.

NATURE STOPS DOBSON TRAIL (RIVERVIEW TO ALMA) 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

STUDIO LYNNE SAINTONGE 506-388-6020

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Stroll the riverfront, hike a nature park, discover works of art. Take in a festival, soak up a sunset or bike with the famous Bay of Fundy tidal bore. Come see where our trails take you – 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 ora and birdlife along a link to the Trans-Canada Trail. No other Atlantic 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.

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CAPITOL THEATRE

The theatre is the centre of the region’s performing arts, including theatre, 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 REU ENEN

Instrumental in the Acadian Renaissance in visual arts and for art in the community, this gallery presents contemporary work by Acadian and other Canadian artists. 405 University Ave. 506-858-4088 galrc@umoncton.ca www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ga

GALERIE SANS NOM

Presents contemporary art exhibitions of regional and national interest. 140 Botsford St., Unit 13 & 16 506-854-5381 direction@galeriesansnom.org galeriesansnom.org/en

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MONCTON GALLERY

A supervised artificial beach with change houses, washrooms, parking and picnic areas. isit the nearby SuperSplash Park to cool off on a hot summer day 801 St. George Blvd. 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca tourism.moncton.ca $1.50 to $130

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The Moncton Gallery exhibits the work of predominantly local and regional artists. For schedule of exhibits art@moncton.ca 655 Main St. 506-859-2626 art@moncton.ca moncton.ca

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Professional Acadian theatre company and performing arts centre featuring theatre in French, music, dance, media productions. Rental of professional spaces. 170 Botsford St. 506-855-0001 escaouette@nb.aibn.com escaouette.com $20.50 to $29.50

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This state-of-the-art casino will da le you. Slot machines, live gaming tables and more. Guests must be 19 years of age or older. 21 Casino Dr. 506-861-4661/1-877-859-7775 info@CasinoNB.ca CasinoNB.ca


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Get Wet! Go Wild! Slide down the waterslides at SplashZone, ride the amusement rides in FunZone and top it off with games in Tek one 2875 Mountain Rd. 506-857-9283/1-800-331-9283 wave@magicmountain.ca magicmountain.ca $16.50 ant the best experience See page 31

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FOODIE STOPS MAGNETIC HILL WINERY

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 ant the best experience See page 31

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Where family, fun & fitness come together! The Moncton Market is open Saturday mornings, year round. Features fresh, local products including baked goods, fish, farm produce, crafts, meat, eggs and more! 120 Westmorland St. 506-389-5969/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca marchemonctonmarket.ca

506-386-3863 40 Champlain Street, Dieppe, NB E1A 1N3 Across from Champlain Mall

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THE PUMP HOUSE BREWERY

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 pumphousebrewery.ca

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HERITAGE STOPS FREE MEETING HOUSE, NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE 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

LUTZ MOUNTAIN HERITAGE MUSEUM

Museum in a heritage building built in 1883. Artefacts, archives and meeting room. 3143 Mountain Rd. 506-384-7719 lut mtnheritage@rogers.com lut mtnheritage.ca $2 to $5

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COUNTRY MEADOWS GOLF CLUB 506-858-8909

MOUNTAIN WOODS GOLF CLUB 506-858-1611

ROYAL OAKS GOLF CLUB 506-388-6257

ownload 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

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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 Universit Ave. 506-858-4088 maum@umoncton.ca www.umoncton.ca/umcm-maum $1 to $10


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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

THE THOMAS WILLIAMS HOUSE

A natural phenomenon caused by the surging Bay of Fundy tides (the highest in the world), the Tidal Bore occurs twice daily. 10 Bendview Crt. 506-856-4366/1-800-363-4558 tourism@moncton.ca tourism.moncton.ca

Free Hot Breakfast Indoor Swimming Pool Fitness Facility Free Wi-Fi

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Walk to: Casino NB, Magic Mountain Water Theme Park and Magnetic Hill & Zoo For Reservations: 800-595-4656 2515 Mountain Rd, Moncton NB, E1G 2W4 www.daysinnmoncton.com

A Victorian-style home built in 1883 and decorated with period furnishings. Houses exhibits, special events and a Victorian Tea Room. 103 Park St. 506-857-0590/506-856-4383 info@resurgo.ca resurgo.ca

CENTRE D’ÉTUDES ACADIENNES ANSELME- IASS N, UNIVERSIT 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

La Bikery Co-operative is a community bike centre with rentals located on the Riverfront trail in Moncton, just minutes from Downtown. 120 Assomption Blvd. 506-830-2453 labikery@gmail.com labikery.ca $9 to $35

“ROADS TO SEA” GUIDED TOURS

Nature-based tourism company operating out of Moncton, which offers guests a chance to experience New Brunswick’s magnificent Bay of Fundy and Acadian coastlines. Door-to-door shuttle service. 506-850-7623/1-877-850-7623 roads2c@nb.sympatico.ca roadstosea.com $50 to $175 Want the best experience? See page 31

Welcome to Fairfield Inn & Suites - Marriott Your Moncton stop for comfort and convenience. Approved

26 Marriott Dr., Moncton, NB 1 (506) 855-0033 www.marriott.com

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TREEGO® MONCTON

TreeGO® is a challenging and exhilarating outdoor aerial adventure where all family members move from tree to tree through a series of ziplines and obstacles. 811 St. George Blvd. 506-388-4646/1-877-707-4646 worldcan@nb.sympatico.ca treegomoncton.com $20 to $33.04 Want the best experience? See page 31

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QUIRKY STOPS MAGNETIC HILL

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 506-877-7720/1-800-363-4558 tourism@moncton.ca tourism.moncton.ca $6

WILDLIFE STOPS MAGNETIC HILL ZOO

CENTENNIAL PARK

Centrally located, 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

RIVERFRONT PARK

Welcome to the Quality Inn - Airport Your travelling companion conveniently located airport-side in Dieppe.

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

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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. 506-877-7720 info.zoo@moncton.ca moncton.ca/zoo $10 to $15 Want the best experience? See page 31

MAPLETON PARK

This 121-ha 300-acre park offers nature lovers interpretive panels, ample birdwatching and both wide, accessible trails and many rustic nature trails for walking, running and biking. 600 Mapleton Rd. 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca

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YOU’LL FEEL RIGHT AT HOME IN Best Western Plus Moncton Walking distance to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and CF Champlain shopping centre. Indoor pool, complimentary hot breakfast, bilingual staff, spacious suites and standard guest rooms. 300 Lewisville Rd., Moncton 506-388-0888 bestwesternmoncton.com

Château Moncton Hotel & Suites Château-style hotel, centrally located on the bank of the Petitcodiac River across from CF Champlain shopping centre. Upscale boutique accommodations with suites available. CAA/AAA. 100 Main St., Moncton 506-870-4444 | 1-800-576-4040 chateaumoncton.ca

Coastal Inn Moncton / Dieppe Enjoy genuine Maritime hospitality! Closest hotel to CF Champlain shopping centre, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and Cineplex Cinemas Dieppe. Featuring free hot buffet breakfast, Wi-Fi, parking and an indoor saltwater pool. Easy highway access to South-East New Brunswick’s most popular attractions. 502 Kennedy St., Dieppe 506-857-9686 | 1-800-561-3939 coastalinns.com

Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown Located in the heart of downtown Moncton at the centre of the cultural and business district, this hotel features spacious, upscale accommodations and friendly Maritime service. Moncton’s closest hotel to the future Downtown Centre. 1005 Main St., Moncton 506-854-6340 | 1-866-854-4656 crowneplaza/Moncton.com

Delta Beauséjour Hotel in the heart of the business district, recently renovated, close to tourist attractions and to the airport. Four Diamond restaurant. Mineral water swimming pool with waterslide and games room. 750 Main St., Moncton 506-854-4344 marriott.com/YQMDR

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YOU’LL FEEL RIGHT AT HOME IN Four Points by Sheraton Moncton Located minutes from downtown Moncton and a few kilometres from the Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport. Grab a bite or Best Brews™ local craft beer at our on-site restaurant, Maverick’s. Stylish guestrooms and suites, fitness centre, conference facilities, Wi-Fi and very pet friendly. 40 Lady Ada Blvd., Moncton 1-844-243-3687 | 506-852-9600 fourpointsmoncton.com

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Moncton Located off the Trans-Canada Highway, just minutes from Cabela’s and situated in the heart of fine dining, great shopping and fun attractions in Moncton, New Brunswick. 700 Mapleton Rd., Moncton 1-877-855-4819 (Toll Free) | 1-506-855-4819 monctonsuites.hamptoninn.com

Hotel Casino New Brunswick You will enjoy the modern décor in our large, well-appointed guest rooms and spacious suites. We are conveniently attached to the casino and we offer free parking. 21 Casino Dr., Moncton 506-861-4661 | 1-877-859-7775 casinonb.ca

Residence Inn Marriott Located downtown, newly renovated all-suite hotel with full kitchens, spacious living areas, complimentary hot breakfast, saltwater pool and hot tub. 600 Main St., Moncton 506-854-7100 Hotel | 1-800-331-3131 Reservation line marriott.com/hotels/travel/yqmriresidence-inn-moncton

Wingate Dieppe Hotel

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A brand new hotel in Greater Moncton, just minutes from CF Champlain shopping centre, Bass Pro Shops, Cineplex Cinemas Dieppe and Sky Zone Trampoline Park. We offer complimentary breakfast, free parking, free Wi-Fi, an indoor pool and fitness centre. 69 du Marché St., Dieppe 1-844-854-8330 | 506-830-8330 hotelwingatedieppe.com HÔTEL WINGATE DIEPPE HOTEL

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GOLF STOPS LAKESIDE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB 506-861-9441

NEW SCOTLAND HERITAGE STOPS COCAGNE RIVER NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (BUDD)

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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.

IRISHTOWN GOLF STOPS MAPLEWOOD GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB LTD. 506-858-7840

HERITAGE STOPS 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 O ce Road 1.7 km 1 mi. , at Irishtown, near Moncton.

PARK STOPS IRISHTOWN NATURE PARK

Consists of 2,200 ha (5,436 acres) of forest and 101 ha 250 acres of water, with kilometres of maintained trails. Multi-use trail accessible to walkers, joggers, wheelchairs and cyclists. Elmwood rive 506-853-3516/1-800-363-4558 info@moncton.ca moncton.ca

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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 nd 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 and bountiful restaurants – it’s a special destination.

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The ieppe Aquatic and Sports Centre offers the opportunity to enjoy the aquatic activity of your choice in an impressive high-quality facility. 111 Aquatique St. 506-877-7881 info@dieppe.ca dieppe.ca $5 to $16

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Defy gravity at Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park. Family fun for everyone who loves to jump for joy . . . Sky Zone IS what happy looks like! 40 Champlain St. 506-866-6788 kathy.guitard@skyzone.com skyzone.com/moncton

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

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ARTISTIC STOPS M NUMENT-LEFE VRE NATI NAL HISTORIC SITE THEATRE 506-758-9808 18 holes. Marries architectural design with natural beauty. Championship course; carts have GPS and leaderboard. 200 du Golf St. 506-859-4653/1-888-257-4222 info@foxcreekgolfclub.ca foxcreekgolfclub.ca $79 to $99

Historic orchard producing over a dozen wine and juice products. Year-round market and café on site. Seasonal tours available. 1209 Principale St. 506-758-0295 info@vergerbelliveauorchard.ca vergerbelliveauorchard.ca

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MEMRAMCOOK VALLEY GOLF CLUB

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

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MEMRAMCOOK VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

KEILLOR HOUSE MUSEUM

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. 506-758-0087/506-758-2107 shvm@shvm.ca shvm.ca

M NUMENT-LEFE VRE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Early Regency stone home built in 1813. Antiques, farm tools, penitentiary collection and genealogy centre. Guided tours. 4974 Main St. 506-379-6633/506-379-6620 keillorhouse@nb.aibn.com keillorhousemuseum.com $3 Want the best experience? See page 32

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Standing as a symbol of contemporary Acadie, journey into the past and vibrant future of the Acadian people, alive in music and history. 480 Centrale St. 506-758-9808 info@monumentlefebvre.ca parkscanada.gc.ca/monumentlefebvre Free Want the best experience? See page 32

MEMRAMCOOK RIVER NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (BOUDREAU) 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.

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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

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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., Keillor House Museum 506-379-6633/506-379-6620 keillorhouse@nb.aibn.com keillorhousemuseum.com $3


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JOHNSON’S MILLS NATURE STOPS JOHNSON’S MILLS SHOREBIRD RESERVE AND INTERPRETIVE CENTRE

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. 506-379-6633/506-379-6620 keillorhouse@nb.aibn.com keillorhousemuseum.com $3

QUIRKY STOPS SHEP – THE WORLD’S LARGEST SEMIPALMATED SANDPIPER The largest semipalmated sandpiper statue in the world. 4984 Main St. 506-379-3030

More than two million shorebirds make this their feeding stop as they migrate to South America. Peak season is in August. 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

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-Pelé – 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

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LIVE BAIT THEATRE

OWENS ART GALLERY

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

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

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

ARTISTIC STOPS FOG FOREST GALLERY

SACKVILLE HARNESS SHOP 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

SACKVILLE 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

STRUTS GALLERY AND FAUCET MEDIA ARTS CENTRE

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

SACKVILLE ARTS WALK 506-364-4938

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LILLAS FAWCETT PARK AND SILVER LAKE

SACKVILLE FARMERS MARKET

A freshwater oasis for a weary body, an outdoor playland for youthful enthusiasm, a launching point for nautical adventures. 110 Main St. 506-364-4967/1-800-249-2020 visitor@sackville.com sackville.com

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

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GOLF STOPS

MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS TOURS

SACKVILLE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

TANTRAMAR WETLANDS CENTRE 506-364-4257

PARK STOPS BEECH HILL PARK

9 holes. Daily green fees and dress code, clubhouse, liquor licence, lockers, putting green, golf carts and club rental. 42 Fairfield Rd. 506-536-3437 golfsackville.com $20 to $30

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

TANTRAMAR RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (WHEATON)

HERITAGE STOPS BOULTENHOUSE HERITAGE CENTRE

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 olicure Road .

HISTORICAL WALKING TOURS SELF- UIDED , SA VILLE

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 500 506-364-4967/1-800-249-2020 visitor@sackville.com sackville.com/residents/parks-and-recreation/ our-parks

WILDLIFE STOPS SACKVILLE WATERFOWL PARK

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NATURE STOPS BILL JOHNSTONE MEMORIAL PARK 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@gmail.com heritage.tantramar.com

CAMPBELL CARRIAGE FACTORY MUSEUM

A lovely spot for families in the heart of Sackville, near unique stores and restaurants. Includes a splash pad, playground, tennis courts and washrooms. 64 Main St. 506-364-4967/1-800-249-2020 r.kellyspurles@sackville.com sackville.com/residents/parks-and-recreation/ our-parks

SACKVILLE TO CAPE TORMENTINE TRAIL – TRANS CANADA TRAIL PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE 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. 506-536-3079/506-536-2541 tantramarheritage@gmail.com heritage.tantramar.com

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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. ildlife viewing. Route 2, Exit 504 or 506 506-364-4967

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aterfowl, 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/residents/parks-and-recreation/ our-parks ant the best experience See page 32

WALKING WITH WATERFOWL 506-364-4967

WETLANDS ADVENTURE 506-364-4967

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ALMA & AREA

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:

Fundy Coastal Drive ACCOMMODATIONS

All CAA/AAA rated properties must meet the same basic requirements for cleanliness and ospitality. A ratin o one to e dia onds tells isitors at type o e perience to e pect, ro no rills to i ly personali ed.

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

The Canada Select Program ic oes one step urt er y pro idin nationally consistent standards and a reco ni ed star ratin syste ic a ards 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 $125 to $135 Florentine Manor 356 Route 915, HARVEY (ALBERT COUNTY) 506-882-2271/1-800-665-2271 florainn@nb.aibn.com florentinemanor.com $119 to $159 Sandpipers’ Rest Bed & Breakfast 15 Mary’s Point Rd., HARVEY (ALBERT COUNTY) 506-882-2744/506-227-8281 stay@sandpipersrest.nb.ca sandpipersrest.nb.ca $85 to $100

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Bayview Chalets 12 Snider Ln., ALMA 506-887-2103/1-855-366-0166 bayview@nb.aibn.com bayviewmotelchaletrvpark.ca $90 to $160 Captain’s Lookout Cottages 1190 Route 915, NEW HORTON 506-850-6428/1-877-771-4440 reservations@captainslookoutcottages.com captainslookoutcottages.com $125 to $145

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AREA — CAMPOBELLO ISLAN

Cliffside Suites and Cottage 22 Bayview Dr., ALMA 506-887-1022/1-866-881-1022 fundy@cliffsidesuites.com cliffsidesuites.com $119 to $139

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Alpine Motor Inn 8591 Main St., ALMA 506-887-2052/1-866-887-2052 alpinemotorinn@nb.aibn.com alpinemotorinn.ca $95 to $150

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Owen House 11 Welshpool St., WELSHPOOL 506-752-2977 jj@owenhouse.ca owenhouse.ca $125 to $245

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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 506-752-2008/1-888-752-2008 cwwm@nb.aibn.com cwwm.ca $109 to $139

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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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Heritage House 506-454-7630

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Chimera Farms Bed & Breakfast 5050 Route 114, SHEPODY (ALBERT COUNTY) 506-882-1108/1-800-838-9099 welcome@chimerafarms.com chimerafarms.com $90 to $150

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AREA — MONCTON

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 $75 to $220

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Peck Colonial House B & B 506-882-2114

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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 $175 Magnetic Hill Bed & Breakfast 921 Front Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-854-1231/1-866-854-1231 magnetichillbb@nb.aibn.com bbcanada.com/4007.html $60 to $95

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Amsterdam Inn 2550 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-383-5050/1-800-468-2828 moncton.mgr@amsterdaminns.com amsterdaminns.com $99 to $299

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MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA Best Western Plus Moncton 300 Lewisville Rd., MONCTON 506-388-0888/1-888-887-8788 gm@bestwesternmoncton.ca 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 Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown 1005 Main St., MONCTON 506-854-6340/1-866-854-4656 reservations@cpmoncton.com cpmoncton.com $129 to $399 Days Inn & Suites 2515 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-1050/1-800-595-4656 guestservices@daysinnmoncton.com daysinn.ca/hotels/new-brunswick/moncton/ days-inn-and-suites-moncton/hotel-overview $99 to $299 Delta Beauséjour 750 Main St., MONCTON 506-854-4344/1-888-236-2427 beausejour@deltahotels.com marriott.com/yqmdr $159 to $399 Four Points by Sheraton 40 Lady Ada Blvd., MONCTON 506-852-9600/1-844-243-3687 reservations@fourpointsmoncton.com fourpointsmoncton.com $139 to $299 Hampton Inn & Suites By Hilton 700 Mapleton Rd., MONCTON 506-855-4819/1-877-855-4819 frontdeskhamptoninnmoncton@gmail.com monctonsuites.hamptoninn.com $139 to $329

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MONCTON/DIEPPE & AREA 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 Hotel Casino New Brunswick 21 Casino Dr., MONCTON 506-861-4661/1-877-859-7775 reservations@casinonb.ca casinonb.ca $129.99 to $999.99 Hotel Moncton 2779 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-3554/1-888-457-2489 info@monctonhotel.ca monctonhotel.ca $69.99 to $219.99 Nor-West Court Ltd. 1325 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-384-1222/1-800-561-7904 info@norwestmotel.com norwestmotel.com $89 to $139 Quality Inn 2530 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-386-6749/1-877-424-6423 cna20.moncton@gmail.com choicehotels.ca $89.99 to $199.99 Residence Inn by Marriott 600 Main St., MONCTON 506-854-7100 dpower@residenceinnmoncton.com marriott.com/hotels/travel/yqmri-residenceinn-moncton $139 to $450 Rodd Moncton 434 Main St., MONCTON 506-382-1664/1-800-565-7633 moncton@roddhotelsandresorts.com roddmoncton.com $89 to $199 Travelodge Suites 2475 Mountain Rd., MONCTON 506-852-7000/1-800-578-7878 gm@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 $250 Auberge Restwell Motel 506-857-4884

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Auberge Wild Rose Inn 17 Baseline Rd., MONCTON 506-383-9751/1-888-389-7673 info@wildroseinn.com wildroseinn.com $99 to $199

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Timberland Motel & Restaurant 12763 Route 114, PENOBSQUIS 506-433-2480/1-866-433-2480 timbrlnd@nbnet.nb.ca thetimberland.ca $65 to $120

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BayBreeze Motel & Restaurant 1425 Route 175, POCOLOGAN 506-755-3850 baybreezerestaurantmotel@gmail.com baybreeze-nb.com $54 to $75 Clipper Shipp Beach Motel 1312 Route 175, POCOLOGAN 506-755-2211 clippershippmotel@gmail.com clippershipp.com $95 to $150

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Quality Inn & Suites Amsterdam 114 Millennium Dr., QUISPAMSIS 506-849-8050 quispamsis.mgr@amsterdamqualityinn.ca amsterdamqualityinn.ca $99 to $299

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1854, The Maplegrove Inn 5 Maple St., RIVERSIDE-ALBERT 506-882-1854/1-877-882-1801 themaplegroveinn@live.com themaplegroveinn.ca $159 to $176

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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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HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

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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Monika’s B & B 22 Maple Crt., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-8869 monikafr@nbnet.nb.ca monikasbandb.ca $75 to $100

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Seaside Beach Resort 339 Water St., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-3846/1-800-506-8677 seaside@seaside.nb.ca seaside.nb.ca $85 to $255 St. Andrews Cottages 3893 Route 127, BAYSIDE 506-529-8555/1-877-529-8555 standcot@nb.sympatico.ca standrewscottages.ca $120 to $169

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Algonquin Resort 184 Adolphus St., SAINT ANDREWS 506-529-8823/1-855-529-8693 reservations@algonquinresort.com algonquinresort.com $149 to $539

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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

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Rossmount Inn 4599 Route 127, CHAMCOOK 506-529-3351/1-877-529-3351 rossmountinn@nb.aibn.com rossmountinn.com $80 to $145

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SAINT JOHN & AREA 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 BOOK ONLINE $79 to $160

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Admiral’s Quay Motel, B.B. & Suites 1711 Manawagonish Rd., SAINT JOHN 506-672-1125/1-888-612-4244 admirals_quay@excite.com admiralsquay.ca $65 to $169 BEST WESTERN PLUS Saint John Hotel & Suites 55 Majors Brook Dr., SAINT JOHN 506-657-9966 reservations@bestwesternsj.ca bestwesternsj.ca $99 to $249 Château Saint John Hotel & Suites 369 Rockland Rd., SAINT JOHN 506-644-4444/1-877-772-4040 chateau@chateausaintjohn.ca chateausaintjohn.ca $109 to $265 Chipman Hill Suites Limited 76 Union St., SAINT JOHN 506-693-1171/1-877-859-3919 sleep@chipmanhill.com chipmanhill.com $85 to $195 Cookes & Regent Motel 2121 Ocean Westway Way, SAINT JOHN 506-672-8273/1-888-672-8273 regentmotel@yahoo.com regentmotel.net $55 to $85

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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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SAINT JOHN & AREA Delta Hotels by Marriott 39 King St., SAINT JOHN 506-648-1981/1-800-335-8233 delta.brunswick@deltabrunswick.com marriott.com/ysjdb $99 to $269 Econo Lodge Inn & Suites 1441 Manawagonish Rd., SAINT JOHN 506-635-8700/1-888-343-2666 econolodge-cn368@hotmail.com choicehotels.ca/cn368 $79 to $179 Hampton Inn & Suites 51 Fashion Dr., SAINT JOHN 506-657-4600 gm@hamptoninnsaintjohn.com hamptoninnsaintjohn.com $109 to $249 Hillside Motel 1131 Manawagonish Rd., SAINT JOHN 506-672-1273/1-888-625-7070 info@hillsidemotelnb.com hillsidemotelnb.com $55 to $150 Holiday Inn Express & Suites 400 Main St., SAINT JOHN 506-642-2622/1-800-475-4656 brian.lawrence@hiesaintjohn.com hiexpress.com/saintjohn $109 to $279 Comfort Inn, Westmont Hospitality Group 506-674-1873 Hillcrest Motel 506-672-5310

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Chipman Hill Suites 71 Sydney Street 71 Sydney St., SAINT JOHN 506-693-1171/1-877-859-3919 sleep@chipmanhill.com chipmanhill.com $85 to $125

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ST. GEORGE HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Granite Town Hotel & Country Inn 79 Main St., ST. GEORGE 506-755-6415/1-800-667-2010 info@granitetownhotel.com granitetownhotel.com $99 to $175 Grove Motel 30 Brunswick St., ST. GEORGE 506-755-3725/506-222-0356 grovemotel@yahoo.ca $65 to $105

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

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St. Martins Country Inn 303 Main St., ST. MARTINS 506-833-4534/1-800-565-5257 countryi@nbnet.nb.ca stmartinscountryinn.ca $135 to $250 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 506-466-2233/1-888-972-5247 stay@blairhouseheritageinn.com blairhouseheritageinn.com $94 to $149 Casa Breeze Inn 2211 Route 755, OAK BAY 506-466-2218 casabreezeinn@gmail.com $135 to $200

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Winsome Inn 198 King St., ST. STEPHEN 506-466-2130/1-800-400-7111 reserve@winsomeinn.com winsomeinn.com $89 to $149 St. Stephen Inn 506-466-1814

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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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THE HOPEWELL ROCKS, HOPEWELL CAPE


CAMPOBELLO ISLAN

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NATIONAL PARK

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 a e c osen to participate in one o two categories:

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. ant to bring camping to a whole new level Spend a night in an oTENTik – a tent-cabin combo!

Good Sam is a campground ratin syste . T e t ree nu er rating that accompanies each campground gives the visitors a snapshot of the campgrounds amenities, cleanliness and en iron ent.

The Camping Select Program which oes one step urt er y pro idin nationally consistent standards and a reco ni ed star ratin syste ic a ards properties to 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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GRAND MANAN ISLAND Grand Manan Hole-in-the-Wall Park & Campground 42 Old Airport Rd., GRAND MANAN 506-662-3152/1-866-662-4489 hitw@nbnet.nb.ca grandmanancamping.com $29 to $40 The Anchorage Provincial Park 136 Anchorage Rd., GRAND MANAN 506-662-7022/1-800-561-0123 anchoragepark@hotmail.com parcsnbparks.ca $28 to $43

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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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HOPEWELL HILL Broadleaf Guest Ranch Campground 5526 Route 114, HOPEWELL HILL 506-882-2349/1-800-226-5405 info@broadleafranch.com broadleafranch.com $20 to $40

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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

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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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POCOLOGAN Ocean View Camping 20 Campbell Rd., POCOLOGAN 506-754-2711 ovcshop@hotmail.com $30 to $40

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SAINT AN RE S AREA — SUSSE SAINT ANDREWS AREA Bayside Island View Camping 3406 Route 127, BAYSIDE 506-529-3787 china@nb.sympatico.ca islandviewcampground.com $34 to $120

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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 506-652-4050/506-657-1773 sjhort@nb.aibn.com rockwoodparkcampground.com $30 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 506-466-4999/506-466-6977 oakbaycampground@gmail.com oakbay-campground.com $30 to $42

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SUSSEX All Done RV Camping (for the Empty Nesters) F - ∞∞∞ 1468 Route 890, SUSSEX R - ∞˘ 506-869-0547 alldonecamping@gmail.com alldonecamping.com $25

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CARAQUET

Acadian

COASTAL DRIVE We totally get it. Life by the ocean is pretty hard to resist. And when you add in fun-loving locals and fresh-as-it-gets-food prepared like nowhere else, a perfect stay practically plans itself. This is what a vacation along the Acadian Coastal Drive is all about. Once you get here, carefree days are only footsteps away.

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Become a beekeeper for the day: haul on a suit, help tend to the hives and extract ready-to-eat honey right from the comb.

CHARLO

Step back in time for a day in the life of 18th-century Acadians. Watch as their customs and traditional trades are brought to life in a village lled with charming characters.

You’ve Gotta Experience This!

VILLAGE HISTORIQUE ACADIEN, BERTRAND

retend you’re the region’s rst settlers. Paddle along seal-inhabited waters to recreate their historical voyage.

KOUCHIBOUGUAC NATIONAL PARK

MUNDLEVILLE

Tour a riverside vineyard for a little Wine Tasting 101 and an inside look at the wine-making process.

FOR MORE ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE EXPERIENCES, TURN TO PAGE 97. PICTURE CAPTION, PICTURE

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1

THE ACADIAN JOYRIDE

ACADIAN HISTORY

MEMRAMCOOK

2

URBAN CULTURE

4

COLOURFUL HERITAGE

CITIES OF DIEPPE & MONCTON

3-5 days | 500 km (311 mi.)

3

Follow this road trip (and the music) up the coast to discover vibrant culture, warm hospitality and pristine saltwater beaches. Lessons in Acadian history, a taste of the local cuisine and dynamic celebrations are all part of this sensory journey.

TASTES & TOURS

BOUCTOUCHE & SHEDIAC

5

ACADIAN PENINSULA

SCENIC DISCOVERIES

THE ACADIAN ISLES

5

Dalhousie

Campbellton

The Acadian Isles

Caraquet

Chaleur Bay

Miscou Island

Belledune

Miscou Centre

Bertrand Pointe-Verte

Grande-Anse

4 Lamèque

Lamèque Island

Beresford

Shippagan

Bathurst

Acadian Peninsula

Tracadie

Tabusintac

Neguac

Miramichi Kouchibouguac National Park Rogersville

Richibucto

Bouctouche

3 Moncton

2 RANDE-ANSE

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Stops Along the Way

Parlee Beach

Dieppe Memramcook

For full driving details, see your Tear-Out Map at the back of this Guide.

Top of the Miscou Island Lighthouse TOURISMNB.CA/ BRIGHTIDEAS

Cap-Pelé

Shediac

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Aulac

Murray Beach


THE SUN & SAND TRAIL

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Lucky for you, this road trip takes you right to Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches. Dip your toes in them all or nd a place to spread your towel and stay awhile. With such a stress-free vacation ahead, there’s really only one thing left to decide: seaside campground or cottage?

3

WATERSIDE RELAXATION

CITY OF BATHURST

2

COASTAL CUTURE

4

SEAFOOD & BEACHES

ACADIAN PENINSULA BEACHES

5-7 days | 530 km (329 mi.) CAMPING & SANDY SHORES

SHEDIAC

KOUCHIBOUGUAC

5

SHORESIDE ADVENTURES

MURRAY BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK

Dalhousie

Campbellton

The Acadian Isles

Caraquet

Chaleur Bay

Miscou Island

Belledune

Miscou Centre

Bertrand Pointe-Verte

Grande-Anse

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Lamèque

Lamèque Island

Beresford

Shippagan

Bathurst

Acadian Peninsula

Tracadie

1

Tabusintac

Neguac

Miramichi

3 Kouchibouguac National Park Rogersville

Richibucto

Bouctouche

5

4 PLAN A ROAD TRIP YOUR WAY. TURN TO PAGE 97 FOR MORE INSPIRATION.

Moncton

Cap-Pelé

Murray Beach

Shediac

Parlee Beach

Dieppe Memramcook Aulac

KOUCHIBOUGUAC NATIONAL PARK

The World’s Largest Lobster

TOURISMNB.CA/LOBSTER CAPITALOFTHEWORLD

FOR MORE ROAD TRIP IDEAS, VISIT US ONLINE

TOURISMNB.CA/ROADTRIPS

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HOW TO EAT A LOBSTER

Grab your bib

DISCOVER MORE DELECTABLE ACADIAN DISHES TOURISMNB.CA/EATUP

Be prepared things are about to get messy. It’s all part of the process so if you want to stay dry, suit up!

Loosen up

Remove the claws, tail and legs from the body with the ol’ twist-and-pull combo. Bend the knuckles in the opposite direction to separate them from the claw.

Get crackin’

Use a cracker to split your claw. Squee e the tail inward before bending it backwards to open. ou can use shears for this part but that’s kinda cheating.

Scoop, push and dip

The lobster is a shy creature so do whatever it takes to help it come out of its shell (a fork or pick will do the trick). Use your hands to dunk your lobster into melted butter it’s ust more fun that way.

Dig in!

our e ort will be rewarded with every bite. Whether you decide to get hands-on or have it served up in a lobster roll, make sure you get your fill of this scrumptious shellfish while you’re here.

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When in Caraquet, tracking down Lynn’s La Homard Mobile is a MUST. Bring your appetite because she’ll hook you up with a rich and decadent order of

LOBSTER POUTINE Lynn Albert, Lobster Connoisseur

“The fries are from the next town. The cheese is made here at Les Blancs d’Arcadie, and the sauce is made here, so everything is local.” - Lynn

See what else Lynn has to say about food along the Acadian Coastal drive here . . .

TOURISMNB.CA/LOBSTERCONNOISSEUR

Eat like the locals Tag your pictures of Acadian delights with #EXPLORENB

WHERE YA STAYIN’? With the ocean on one side and a river on the other, Camping Plage Val-Comeau is a picture-perfect spot for rest and relaxation. Just set up your tent, kick back and enjoy the sunsets. For more places to set up camp, turn to page 131.

SAVE THE DATE In 1881, at the first National Acadian Convention, August 15th was declared National Acadian Day. In 2003, the date was officially recognized by the Government of Canada.

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FESTIVALS & EVENTS CAN’T MISS THIS

festival!

FESTIVAL ACADIEN DE CARAQUET Be part of one of the biggest Acadian cultural events of the year and book your stay around the Festival acadien de ara uet. ays are lled with music, dancing and tasty traditional food. hen, it all ends with a band at the renowned Tintamarre noisemaking parade. housands of visitors and hundreds of performers join in on the fun each year! Get the details at ourismNewBrunswick.ca

MAY Bathurst Chamber Music Festival Beresford

Pabineau First Nation (Oinpegitjoig L’Noeigati) Annual Powwow Pabineau First Nation

FestiVin Caraquet

Richibucto Scallop Festival Richibucto

Seashore Explore Murray Beach Provincial Park

Shediac International Flea Market Shediac

JUNE

Shediac Lobster Festival Shediac

Festival des arts visuels en Atlantique (FAVA) Caraquet

JULY Bathurst Hospitality Days Bathurst Belledune Days Festival Belledune Bon Ami Festival Get Together Dalhousie Festival des châteaux de sable de Le Goulet Le Goulet Festival des pêches et de l’aquaculture du Nouveau-Brunswick Shippagan Festival des rameurs Petit-Rocher

Summer Splash Charlo

AUGUST o cto che Shellfish Festival Bouctouche Burnt Church (Esgenoôpetitj) First Nation Powwow Burnt Church First Nation Eel River Bar (Ugpi’ganjig) First Nation Powwow Eel River Bar First Nation Festival acadien de Caraquet Caraquet Port Elgin Exhibition Port Elgin

Festival provincial de la tourbe Lamèque

Saint-Léolin Medieval Festival Saint-Léolin

Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival Lamèque

SEPTEMBER

Lupin Quilt Fair and Market Port Elgin

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Summer Breezes Festival Port Elgin

Annual Elsipogtog First Nation Powwow Elsipogtog First Nation (Big Cove)

ind out more online at ourismNewBrunswick.ca

Charlo Fall Fair Charlo Fall Colours Festival Saint-Antoine Giant Pumpkin Festival Neguac Fabulous Fall Festival Kouchibouguac National Park Acadian’s Oktoberfest in Bertrand Bertrand Rendez-vous Show and Shine Caraquet Saint-Isidore Regional Agricultural Fair Saint-Isidore

OCTOBER Bertrand Traditional Festival Bertrand Festival Moisson d’ART Tracadie

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EXPERIENCES I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE 1

The Acadian Isles

Charlo

You’ve Gotta Experience This! Both of our road trips along the Acadian Coastal Drive set the stage for countless memories. But don’t stop there. Continue your pursuit of beachside bliss by trying these one-of-a-kind Experiences. The numbers, symbols, and map will show you the way.

Bertrand

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7 8 Lamèque

6

Petit-Rocher

Beresford 3

Shippagan 9 10

Bathurst 4

Acadian Peninsula

5

Val-Comeau

11 Tabusintac

12 13 Hardwicke

Miramichi

14 Kouchibouguac National Park

Acadieville

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16 Mundleville

Bouctouche 17

Culinary Experience

Outdoor Experience

Learning Experience

Parlee Beach

Notre-Dame

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Cap-Pelé

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Moncton

Murray Beach

Pointe-du-Chêne

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Journey 1 Beekeeper’s Miellerie Charlo Honeyhouse Experience a unique tour of the beehives at the honey house and discover the hidden life of bees. Sample natural and handmade honey products.

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

Mania 2 Mackerel 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 19 du Havre St., Petit-Rocher motelacadiensurmer.ca 1-877-783-1755

Taxi Promenade 3 Beach 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.

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

Birds and Butterflies 4 Blooms, Daly Point Nature Reserve Join a local expert to explore a protected site; an ideal outing for the novice or intermediate bird watcher or nature enthusiast. Snack included.

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

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5 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.

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

an Acadian Memory 6 Make 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.

$16 to $45 5 du Pont St., Bertrand villagehistoriqueacadien.com/en 1-877-721-2200

Awakening 7 Natural 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.

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

Hunt on Acadian Islands 8 Treasure Two Islands, A Thousand Treasures 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.

$4 to $8 65 du Ruisseau St., Lamèque lamequemiscou.ca 506-344-3223

for a Day 9 Biologist New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Centre Children learn about the sea’s biology with hands-on fun under the guidance of a scientist. See, smell and even touch sea creatures!

$26.97 100 de l’Aquarium St., Shippagan aquariumnb.ca 506-336-3013

Sea Captain and His Lighthouse 10 The New Brunswick Aquarium and Marine Centre Learn all about Acadian fishing culture from singer, sea captain and storyteller Donat Lacroix. As he regales you with legends and lore, you’ll also learn special fisherman skills.

Free 100 de l’Aquarium St., Shippagan aquariumnb.ca 506-336-3013

the Life of a Lobster Fisher 11 Live Camping Plage Val-Comeau 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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the Steps of Charlotte Taylor 12 Follow 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.

$10 4490 Route 11, Tabusintac tabusintac.info 506-779-1918

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

oin fishermen as you view a documentary depicting the story of this seafaring community and how the loss of 35 fishermen at sea in 1959 shaped their culture.

Free 193 Hardwicke Rd., Hardwicke 506-228-4223

Canoe Adventure 14 Voyageur Kouchibouguac National Park 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.

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

with us 15 Bear 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.

$15 to $45 4120 Route 480, Acadieville bearsafari.com 506-775-2354

16 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.

$10 940 Route 495, Mundleville richibuctoriverwineestate.com 506-523-9056

Part of the Story 17 Be 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”.

$15 to $20 57 Acadie St., Bouctouche sagouine.com 506-743-1400

the Rush 18 Feel 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.

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

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Tales: A Culinary Cruise 19 Lobster Croisières Shediac Bay Cruises Learn all about lobster fishing from a local, then indulge in a mouth-watering lobster feast aboard the roomy Ambassador.

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

the Life of a Lobster 20 Inside 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.

$3 to $12 46 Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf, Pointe-du-Chêne ecocentrehomarus.org 506-878-9315

Guided Tours with Artemise 21 Cap-Pelé Cap-Pelé Visitor Information Centre This fascinating guided tour uncovers the history of smokehouses and connects you with the culture of this unique Acadian village that lives to the rhythm of the sea.

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

BEACH STOPS INCH ARRAN PARK

PARLEE BEACH PROVINCIAL PARK, SHEDIAC

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INCH ARRAN LIGHTHOUSE (BON AMI)

This map tracker will help you see where you are along the Acadian Coastal Drive. Ready to explore more of what the cadian oastal rive has to offer Whatever you like – tasty morsels, historical sites, clam digging or discovery beaches – there’s something here for you.

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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

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Campbellton, see page 220 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!

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

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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

Interpretation centre on honey production. Guided tour of a hive and participation in honey extraction. On-site boutique. 280 Craig Rd. 506-684-2872 info@mielcharlo.com charlohoney.com $10 to $20 Want the best experience? See page 97

BEACH STOPS CHARLO BEACH

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RESTIGOUCHE FARMERS’ MARKET

RESTIGOUCHE REGIONAL MUSEUM

Welcome to the Restigouche Farmers’ market, home of your Saturday morning. ou 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

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

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

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

BELLEDUNE Sand beaches, fishing, tran ilit , nat ral beauty and so much more. Come discover the treasures that await you in Belledune.

ARTISTIC STOPS LANDRY’S BIRDSEYE BOWLS 506-522-5512

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BEACH STOPS

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ROHERTY POINT BEACH

L’ACADIEN SEA ADVENTURES

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

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BERESFORD ECOFRIENDLY FARMERS’ MARKET

JACQUET RIVER BEACH

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

506-237-3239

POINTE-VERTE A charming seaside community characterized by the coastal landscape and long-time fishing ind str En o recreational activities and s nset beach wal s

PARK STOPS ATLAS PARK Exceptional lake with a depth of 33-m (108-ft.), perfect for scuba diving and boating, picnic area, licensed terrace, walking trails and more! 145 de la Gare St. 506-783-3717

PETIT-ROCHER Acadian municipality on the coast of Chaleur a Recreational par , beach, picnic facilities and games

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NATURE STOPS BERESFORD MUNICIPAL BEACH PARK

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

BERESFORD iling al comm nit with a magnificent view of the marsh Ideal spots for birdwatching and photograph each with boardwal , trails and services

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 97

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BERESFORD MARSH AND ENVIRONMENT INTERPRETATION CIRCUIT

BERESFORD BEACH

506-542-2727

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

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

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THE CITY BY THE HARBOUR AWAITS! Experience all the city of Bathurst has to offer s the centre of northeastern New Brunswick, Bathurst has everything you are looking for on your next getaway – e cellent accommodations, ne cuisine, and outdoor adventures galore Situated on the beautiful Chaleur Bay, we welcome you to e plore 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, bouti ues and local artists situated next to our Visitor Information Centre.

Contact us

506-856-4366/1-800-363-4558 city.tourism@bathurst.ca bathurst.ca

ARTISTIC STOPS BAY BREEZE ART GALLERY

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

AL- AIE ARTISAN

Authentic products created by local artisans. ewellery, fibre art, woodcarving, photography and more. Located on Promenade Waterfront. 24 ouglas Ave. 506-548-8641 chalbaie@bathurst.ca bathurst.ca Want the best experience? See page 98

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GOLF STOPS

SQUIRE GREEN GOLF CLUB

GOWAN BRAE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

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

HERITAGE STOPS BATHURST HERITAGE MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES

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. 506-544-7888/506-543-0580 squiregreen@hotmail.ca squiregreen.com $16 to $24

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 ouglas Ave. 506-546-9449 bhtc@nb.aibn.com bathurstheritage.ca

Your outdoor playground!

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BATHURST WAR MUSEUM

PABINEAU FIRST NATION

PARK STOPS PROMENADE WATERFRONT

HERITAGE STOPS MOTHER EARTH’S JOURNEY 506-548-9211

POKESHAW 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

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

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

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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

cean e c rsions, fishing and boating are st a few of the activities that await in this charming seaside town

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DALY POINT NATURE RESERVE

NATURE STOPS Part of the Sentier NB Trail. Follows the Acadian coastal area from Bathurst To Tracadie. Wildlife viewing. St. Mary’s Street, heading east 1-800-526-7070

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A 40.5-ha (100-acre) park; 7.5 km (4.7 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 97

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

PLAGE DU QUAI 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 CITY OF BATHURST

FOUNDING CULTURES MUSEUM

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 info@museedescultures.ca museedescultures.ca $5 to $17

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BERTRAND

MUSÉE DE LA BIÈRE

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

MAISONNETTE

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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 West Caraquet, NB E1W 1B7 Tel: 506 727-3485 • Fax: 506 727-3634 aubergebaie@hotmail.ca

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

RÉJEANNE GODIN MORIN ART GALLERY

BEACH STOPS

506-727-4236

MAISONNETTE PARK BEACH

HERITAGE STOPS VILLAGE HISTORIQUE ACADIEN

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

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 $20 to $45 Want the best experience? See page 98

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

FOODIE STOPS CARAQUET REGIONAL MARKET 506-726-3877

HERITAGE STOPS MUSÉE ACADIEN DE CARAQUET

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 506-726-2682/506-726-2727 svl@nb.sympatico.ca museecaraquet.ca $1 to $3

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

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BEACH STOPS AS- ARAQUET MUNI I AL EA Saltwater beach with food, change houses, washrooms, showers, playground, aquatic park, barbecue and picnic areas. 2859 Lanteigne St. 506-726-2776

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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

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Discover the story of Saint-Simon’s captain, the ancient Limoges Porcelain Museum, fossils, clam digging and go kayaking. 48 Le Bouthiller Rd. 506-602-0119/506-720-0406 epavebaiesaintsimoninc@gmail.com $1 to $25

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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

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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 Want the best experience? See page 98

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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

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Unsupervised saltwater, sandy beach with washrooms, showers, parking, picnic area and playground. 1360 de la Mer Blvd. 506-344-3210

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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. 506-344-3223/506-344-3222 parcecologique@lameque.ca parcecologique.ca/en $8 to $25 Want the best experience? See page 98

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


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

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

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COASTAL STOPS MISCOU ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE 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

PAQUETVILLE Birthplace of singer/songwriter, Édith Butler, situated inland and surrounded by the Caraquet and Pokemouche rivers (great for sport fishing enth siasts Remar able stone church.

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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

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

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Acadie’s first distillery produces high-quality and affordable spirits, including whiskies, gins, vodka 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 s ccessf l ind stries and offers trails, histor and Acadian hospitality.

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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 $1,590

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SAINT-ISID RE MUSEUM

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

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 sduclos@nb.sympatico.ca rmne.ca/en/content/saint-isidore-church-and-museum $2 to $5

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Kayak guided tours in the Acadian Peninsula, check us out on facebook at Kayak Péninsule. 499 Alderwood Rd. 506-888-7022 kayakpeninsule@hotmail.com $50 to $60

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NATURE STOPS

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ACADIAN PENINSULA TRAIL (TRACADIE TO BATHURST)

TABUSINTAC CENTENNIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

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

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS TRA ADIE-S EILA DRIVIN RAN E 506-394-9101

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

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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

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TABUSINTAC FOODIE STOPS TABUSINTAC COUNTRY MARKET

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 11 506-779-1918/506-625-2512 tabusintaclibrarym@bellalaint.com tabusintac.info Want the best experience? See page 99

TABUSINTAC INTERPRETIVE CENTRE LIGHTHOUSE 506-779-9280

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

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

HERITAGE STOPS TRACADIE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

BEACH STOPS LE-AU -F INS AR

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 Labour Day. 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 506-779-4653

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

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


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Birdwatching, boardwalks and interpretative signs that explain the flora and fauna within the park. Birdwatchers can observe more than 200 species of birds. Joseph Street 506-776-3950

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506-228-4532 Hardwicke Community Group at Myers, develops and coordinates community activities at Myers Community Center, including showing the Still Fishing Beyond the Escuminac isaster documentary. 193 Hardwicke Rd. 506-228-4223 amandajenkins03@gmail.com Want the best experience? See page 99

HERITAGE STOPS ESCUMINAC WHARF AUTHORITY 506-228-3338

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(Est. in 1903) Original wooden salt-shaker tower. Yellow navigation light. 3273 Route 117 West

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Built in 1988, this footbridge is 45 m (148 ft.) in length. Route 11, Exit 75 North, on Power House and Kouchibouguac Bye roads.

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Kouchibouguac National Park

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

With endless golden sand dunes and exceptional campsites, Kouchibouguac National Park is a mosaic of breathtaking views, fascinating wildlife and awesome e periences 186 Route 117

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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 $53.30 to $115.25 Want the best experience? See page 99

Artists’ Corner is a best kept secret . . . Described as a: gallery, an oasis, a beehive, “An ART CENTRE like no other. efinetly a pleasant surprise. 9236 Main St. 506-523-4453 vtrcto@nbnet.nb.ca richibucto.org

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CAMERONS MILL HERITAGE STOPS U I U UA IS RIVER N VERED RID E AMER NS 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.

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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 Want the best experience? See page 99

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

REXTON A small community with a rich heritage, the town boasts man historical sites, festivals, cra s, shops and comm nit events

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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.

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Saint-Louis de Kent, Kouchibouguac National Park’s neighbour, is the cradle of the Acadian ag E perience an Acadian village in t ne with nat re and people

HERITAGE STOPS R TT AND ALVAR 506-876-3420

RICHIBUCTO This charming seaside community has a rich, vibrant histor and a bea tif l coastal landscape ome for a rela ing vacation or e citing advent re

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 506-523-7615/506-523-6921 bonarlawcommon@nb.aibn.com bonarlawcommon.com/historic.html $3

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ARTISTIC STOPS SAVONNERIE OLIVIER SOAPERY

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

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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

BOUCTOUCHE The town of Bouctouche is an enticing combination of scener and sea, with m ch to see and do, from magnificent eco treas res to succulent lobster dinners.

506-743-2600

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 $15 to $55 Want the best experience? See page 99

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(Est. 1883). Altered in 1987. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. View from the road. La Pointe à Jérôme Way 506-523-6988

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COCAGNE LIGHTHOUSE (FRONT RANGE)

506-744-1020

GOLF STOPS GOLF BOUCTOUCHE

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

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HERITAGE STOPS KENT MUSEUM INC.

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 $2 to $4

(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

COCAGNE

NOTRE-DAME

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

WILDABOUT WAMPUM STUDIO AND BOUTIQUE

SKYDIVE MONCTON

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

Free fall for 40 seconds, then enjoy a parachute ride, getting a spectacular view and the thrill of a lifetime, accompanied by CSPA-certified instructor. 780 Falconer Rd. 506-858-0675/1-800-566-5867 info@skydivemoncton.com skydivemoncton.com $250 to $275 Want the best experience? See page 99

Shediac

SEA WHERE IT WILL LEAD YOU

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GRANDE-DIGUE

CITY OF MONCTON

HERITAGE STOPS MUSÉE DES PIONNIERS DE RANDE-DI UE

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Moncton, see page 58 in the Fundy Coastal Drive section.

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

SHEDIAC BRIDGE

CITY OF DIEPPE

HERITAGE STOPS

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Dieppe, see page 66 in the Fundy Coastal Drive section.

SHEDIAC RIVER NO. 4 COVERED BRIDGE (GALLANT, JOSHUA)

POINTE-DU-CHÊNE

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.).

COASTAL STOPS INTE-DUNE RAN E (FRONT AND REAR RANGES) Built in 1895. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker towers. 45 Parlee Beach Rd., Parlee Beach Provincial Park 506-533-3363

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!

SHEDIAC (POINTE-DU-CHÊNE) Parlee Beach Provincial Park

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

222 rue Belliveau Street Shediac, NB E4P 0M2

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Parlee Beach boasts the warmest salt water in Canada. Parlee is a supervised beach, home to recreational sports, change houses, showers, playground, restaurant, campground and more. 45 Parlee Beach Rd. 506-533-3363/1-800-561-0123 parlee@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca Starting from $13


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iscover lobster Experienced fishermen put you in action haul in, learn about and dine on lobster on board. Enjoy welcoming Acadian hospitality. 60 Pointe-du-Ch ne harf Rd. 506-532-2175/1-888-894-2002 tours@lobstertales.ca lobstertales.ca $43.48 to $63.48 ant the best experience See page 100

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Come discover a charming ancestral Acadian house and its artisans. Museum, gallery, craft workshops, history talks and more. 399 Main St. 506-532-7022/506-532-7000 info@shediac.ca shediac.ca

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A guided visit that allows you to discover the mysterious world of the lobster and its ecosystem with touch tanks and a micro-hatchery. 46 Pointe-du-Ch ne harf 506-878-9315 info@ecocentrehomarus.org ecocentrehomarus.org $3 to $12 ant the best experience See page 100

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

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COASTAL STOPS SHEDIAC BAY YACHT CLUB 506-532-7007

• 2 1/2 hours of adventure on the bay • An education in lobster fishing • An instruction on cooking lobster • Tips on how to crack a lobster • Easiest way to eat a lobster • A lobster meal fit for a king

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GRAND-BARACHOIS BEACH STOPS A N N EA 506-577-2519

Departure: Pointe-du-Chêne Wharf

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Museum collection features traditional religious objects and vestments, and traditional objects from the surrounding community. Also a contemporary art gallery and concert venue. 1350 Route 133 506-532-2976 marcel.arsenault@polymtl.ca

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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. 506-577-2080/1-877-577-2080 stephane.dallaire@cap-pele.com cap-pele.com/en/attractions/aboiteau-beach $5 to $40

Acadian church (1826), today houses a community museum, art gallery and concert venue. Museum collection includes traditional religious objects and vestments. 1350 Route 133 506-532-5314

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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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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. 506-577-2017/506-577-2030 tourisme@cap-pele.com cap-pele.com/en Want the best experience? See page 100

MURRAY CORNER Murray Beach Provincial Park

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CAPE JOURIMAIN (NEAR BAYFIELD)

HERITAGE STOPS

WILDLIFE STOPS

MONRO HERITAGE MUSEUM

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

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

BAIE VERTE A community museum with Heritage Canada displays on the history of Fort Gaspareaux, as well as other historical exhibits portraying local community history. 1 Spring St. 506-538-2109/506-538-2536 jlassoc@nbnet.nb.ca mhm-museum.com

FOODIE STOPS WINEGARDEN ESTATE WINERY & DISTILLERY

NATURE STOPS

CAPE TORMENTINE TO SACKVILLE TRAIL – TRANSCANADA TRAIL

PORT ELGIN FOOTBRIDGE

This 52-km (32-mi.) trail is built on an abandoned railway and runs through Acadian dyke lands, 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.

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

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

AULAC HERITAGE STOPS FORT BEAUSÉJOUR – FORT CUMBERLAND NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE The whole family will enjoy touring the ruins of a star-shaped fort that was vital to the 18th-century struggle between France and Britain over Acadie. 111 Fort Beauséjour Rd. 506-364-5080/1-888-773-8888 kouch.info@pc.gc.ca parkscanada.gc.ca/fortbeausejour Free

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BATHURST & AREA

T ere are t o pro ra s in Ne Bruns ic to assure isitors t at t e properties listed a e et or e ceeded standards or a enities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. T ose properties listed in t is acation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca a e c osen to participate in one o two categories:

Acadian Coastal Drive ACCOMMODATIONS

All CAA/AAA rated properties must meet the same basic requirements for cleanliness and hospitality. A rating o one to e dia onds tells isitors what type of experience to expect, from no-frills to highly personalized.

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

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

Gîte l’Étoile du Havre Bed & Breakfast Inc. ∞∞∞∞˘ 405 Youghall Dr., BATHURST 506-545-6238/506-543-3005 etoileduhavre@rogers.com etoileduhavre.com/en BOOK ONLINE $105 to $135

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Patty’s Beach Chalets 26 Janeville Beach Rd., JANEVILLE 506-546-1611 patty.denis@bellaliant.net pattysbeachchalets.com $100 to $170

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Atlantic Host Hotel 1450 Vanier Blvd., BATHURST 506-548-3335/1-800-898-9292 thehost@nbnet.nb.ca atlantichost.com $120 to $225

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Best Western Plus Bathurst 150 Main St., BATHURST 506-548-8888/506-612-3232 V_seth@icloud.com $129.99 to $199.99

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Comfort Inn 1170 St. Peter Ave., BATHURST 506-547-8000/1-866-547-8001 cn238@nbnet.nb.ca comfortinnbathurst.com $92 to $190

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John’s Motel 1275 Principale St., BERESFORD 506-546-5726 johnsmotel@gmail.com johnsmotel.wordpress.com $70 to $100 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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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 $70 to $95

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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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Chalets Vivelo Cottages 113 Joseph Rd., SAINT-GRÉGOIRE 506-743-5158/506-291-0020 info@vivelo.ca vivelo.ca $80 to $825 Coastal Cottage Rentals & Sales 506-875-3996

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CAP-PELÉ COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Chalets de l’Aboiteau 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 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?showpage=1 $95 to $120 Gîte Le Poirier B & B 98 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-4359/1-888-748-9311 gitepoir@nbnet.nb.ca gitelepoirier.com $114 to $129 Gîte L’Isle-du-Randonneur B&B 539 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-3877/1-800-620-3877 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 $105 to $115

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ACCOMMODATIONS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

RAN E-ANSE

COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Les Chalets de la Plage de Bas-Caraquet 506-726-8920

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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 Paulin 143 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-9981/1-866-727-9981 innkeeper@hotelpaulin.com hotelpaulin.com $109 to $289

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Hotel Super 8 Caraquet 9 du Carrefour Ave., CARAQUET 506-727-0888/1-877-581-7666 gm@super8caraquet.com super8caraquet.com $119.88 to $189.88

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Motel Colibri 913 des Acadiens Blvd., BERTRAND 506-727-2222 info@lecolibri.ca lecolibri.ca $74 to $89 Motel Bel Air 506-727-3488

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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 $149.95

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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 506-684-5681

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

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KOUC IBOU UAC — POKEMOUC E KOUCHIBOUGUAC COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

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

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Little Shemogue Inn 2361 Route 955, LITTLE SHEMOGUE 506-538-2320/506-874-5318 inn@little-shemogue-inn.com little-shemogue-inn.com $128 to $214

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NAPAN COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Schooner Point Log Cabins 506-778-2338

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NEGUAC HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

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

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PETIT-ROCHER COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

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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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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AREA

PORT ELGIN 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 506-523-8133/506-524-7820 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 $145 to $1200

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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 BOOK ONLINE $130 to $340 Cedar Brook Landing River Lodge 506-785-9113

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ROGERSVILLE HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel de Chez Nous Ltd. 506-775-6991

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SAINT-SIMON COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

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 $125 to $169

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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

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Bay Vista Lodge & Cottages 3521 Route 134, SHEDIAC CAPE 506-532-1265 bayvista@rigelcanada.com bayvistacottages.com $90 to $130 Gaudet Chalets 14 Bellevue Hts., SHEDIAC 506-533-8877/1-866-533-8877 gaudetchalets@rogers.com shediacmotel.com $125 to $1050

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Vacation Village – Chalets 37 Belliveau Beach Rd., POINTE-DU-CHÊNE 506-532-5755 vacationvillageparleebeach@gmail.com vacationvillagecottages.ca $99 to $1200

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Sunshine Bay Cottages 780-624-5086

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Warm Waters of Parlee Cottage 780-618-7853

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Gaudet Motel 14 Bellevue Hts., SHEDIAC 506-533-8877/1-866-533-8877 gaudetchalets@rogers.com shediacmotel.com $65 to $159

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Parlee Beach Motel 691 Route 133, POINTE-DU-CHÊNE 506-532-4299/1-888-532-4299 info@parleebeachmotel.com parleebeachmotel.com $69 to $165

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S E IAC

ACCOMMODATIONS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

AREA — AL-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 Savoy Landing, Shippagan BED AND BREAKFAST

Auberge Janine du Havre 506-336-8884

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HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Motel Brise Marine 506-336-2276

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Tabusintac Chalets 506-779-8222

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TRACADIE & AREA Haut-Sheila, Tracadie COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Deux Rivières Resort 100 Deux Rivières St., TRACADIE 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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HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Auberge Centre-Ville Enr. 3346 de la Chapelle St., TRACADIE 506-395-9726/1-888-395-9726 aubergecentreville@hotmail.com aubergecentreville.ca $69 to $129 Hotel Deux Rivières 60 la Dune St., TRACADIE 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 Bed & Breakfast 39 de la Mer St., VAL-COMEAU 506-395-0887 marisa.anniballi@sympatico.ca pharedesduneslighthouse.ca $100

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BAT URST

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CAMPGROUNDS I ACADIAN COASTAL DRIVE

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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 a e c osen to participate in one o two categories:

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 magni cent Bay of haleur.

Good Sam is a campground ratin syste . T e t ree nu er rating that accompanies each campground gives the visitors a snapshot of the campgrounds amenities, cleanliness and en iron ent.

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BATHURST & AREA Bathurst, Beresford, Pokeshaw A & M Camping 506-548-3984

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Bathurst Wildlife Camping 506-546-8987

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Bathurst Marina Campground 506-547-1166

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Parc d’amusement et Camping Malybel 506-545-6888

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BELLEDUNE Jacquet River Campground 3712 Main St., BELLEDUNE 506-237-3239/506-522-3710 bell002@nbnet.nb.ca belledune.com $25 to $1200

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BOUCTOUCHE & AREA Bouctouche, Saint-Édouard-de-Kent Bouctouche Baie Chalets & Camping 2239 Route 475, SAINT-ÉDOUARD-DE-KENT 506-743-8883/1-888-530-8883 reservation@bouctouchecamping.com bouctouchecamping.com $39 to $46

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Camping DT Inc. 1251 Route 475, BOUCTOUCHE 506-743-6566 campingdt@hotmail.com campingdt.com $25 to $35

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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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CAPE TORMENTINE Cape Tormentine Beach Campground 506-538-7229

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CAP-PELÉ & AREA Cap-Pelé, Petit-Cap Sandy Beach Trailer Park 1988 Ltd. 506-577-2218 Silver Sands Family Camping 506-577-6771

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CARAQUET & AREA Bertrand, Caraquet, Pokemouche Camping Colibri 913 des Acadiens Blvd., BERTRAND 506-727-2222 info@lecolibri.ca lecolibri.ca $28 to $48

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Camping Colibri sur mer 619 St-Pierre Blvd. West, CARAQUET 506-727-2222 info@lecolibri.ca lecolibri.ca $25 to $36

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Camping Pokemouche 11220 Route 11, POKEMOUCHE 506-727-6090/1-877-727-6090 Info@campingpokemouche.com campingpokemouche.com $32.50 to $45

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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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DALHOUSIE Inch Arran Trailer Park 125 Inch Arran Ave., DALHOUSIE 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 Escuminac, Kouchibouguac National Park, Portage St-Louis Escuminac Beach and Family Park Campground 301 Escuminac Point Rd., ESCUMINAC 506-228-4532/1-877-228-4599 famipark@nbnet.nb.ca escuminacbeach.com $22 to $32

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KOUC IBOU UAC AREA — S E IAC South Kouchibouguac Campground 186 Route 117, KOUCHIBOUGUAC NATIONAL PARK 506-876-2443 kouch.info@pc.gc.ca pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/nb/kouchibouguac/index.aspx $22 to $38

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Evergreen Acres Campground 506-876-4897

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MISCOU ISLAND Miscou Camping La Vague 3 Herring Point Rd., MISCOU 506-344-8531/506-544-1986 campinglavague@hotmail.com campinglavague.com $26.25 to $700

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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 $29 to $45

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Camping Marie-Hélène 506-783-2233

RICHIBUCTO & AREA Richibucto, Richibucto-Village Camping Cap-Lumière Beach 239 Cap Lumière Rd., RICHIBUCTO-VILLAGE 506-523-0994/506-381-2721 campingcaplumiere@live.ca campingcaplumiere.com $26.10 to $34.60 Jardine Municipal Park 45 Park Dr., RICHIBUCTO 506-523-7870 vtrcto@nbnet.nb.ca richibucto.org/jardine-municipal-park $3 to $34

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SHEDIAC & AREA Grand-Barachois, Pointe-du-Chêne, Shediac Beauséjour Camping 747 Lino Rd., SHEDIAC 506-532-5885/1-866-473-1755 info@beausejourcamping.ca beausejourcamping.ca $30 to $50

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Camping Oceanic 221 Ohio Rd., SHEDIAC 506-533-7006 info@campingoceanic.ca campingoceanic.com $35 to $48

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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 $38 to $65

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Ocean View Park Limited 1586 Route 133, GRAND-BARACHOIS 506-532-3520 $25 to $42

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Parlee Beach Provincial Park 45 Gould Beach Rd., POINTE-DU-CHÊNE 506-533-3363/1-800-561-0123 parlee@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $28 to $38

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South Cove (Rive sud) Camping & Golf 55 South Cove Rd., SHEDIAC 506-532-6713/506-850-3626 reservations@shediacsouthcove.ca shediacsouthcove.ca $30 to $45 Parc Horizon Camping 506-532-5755

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SHIPPAGAN & AREA Haut-Shippagan, Savoy Landing Camping Shippagan 589 Haut-Shippagan Rd., HAUT-SHIPPAGAN 506-336-3960/506-336-3900 camping@shippagan.ca camping.shippagan.com $25.45 to $35.12

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Camping, Gîte & Auberge Janine du Havre 506-336-8884

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GRAND LAKE, NEAR THE CITY OF FREDERICTON

river valley SCENIC DRIVE The rivers brought our ancestors here and now they’ll guide you to si ni cant land ar s or a deeper loo into our istory. Tra el alon t e Ri er alley Scenic ri e or a droppin landscapes, en a in cultural e periences, eclectic city stops and adrenaline c ar ed outdoor e ploration. , ere to e in

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CITY OF FREDERICTON HARTLAND

You’ve Gotta Experience This! It’s easy to immerse yourself in the world of our original settlers when you’re walking around a miniature version of their village. Come see!

GRAND FALLS GORGE, GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT

Take a tour of the famous gorge. Study the fascinating geology while stopping at various lookouts located along the gorge offering astonishing views.

Observe the stunning pieces of Lord Beaverbrook’s art collection or stumble upon the works of emerging Atlantic artists during special exhibitions.

Take up watercolors and let the landscape inspire you.

FOR MORE RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE EXPERIENCES, TURN TO PAGE 143.

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GRAND FALLS GORGE, GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT

The River Valley Ride ROAD TRIP

3-4 Days | 500 km (311 mi.) This road trip is an eating, exploring and celebrating expedition from end to end. Follow the Saint John River and it will take you from heart-pounding thrill rides and foot-stomping music festivals to casually roaming the farmers markets and watching historical re-enactments. Come along . . . the river is calling. FOR MORE ROAD TRIP IDEAS, VISIT US ONLINE

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Stops Along the Way

Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company TOURISMNB.CA/ POTATOCOUNTRY


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CITY OF EDMUNDSTON Near the borders of Quebec and Maine, Edmundston’s unique cultural in uences are on display at every turn. Sip, savour and explore.

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WHERE YA STAYIN’? May we suggest a night in the landmark Crown Plaza Fredericton Lord Beaverbrook? Resting on the banks of the Saint John River and nestled in the heart of downtown, this hotel features deluxe amenities and an unbeatable location. For other chic suites, see page 173.

For full driving details, see your Tear-Out Map at the back of this Guide.

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Youngs Cove

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RIVERFRONT ENTERTAINMENT

CITY OF FREDERICTON New Brunswick’s riverfront capital, Fredericton, is brimming with rich heritage. Outdoor concerts, riverside trails and delicious cuisine make this city a must-visit.

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DOWNRIVER Go paddling, boating and touring for a unique way to explore the sights along the river’s idyllic southern stretch. Stop for wine-tasting and fresh fare along the way.

HANDS ON HERITAGE Recovered and recreated structures give Kings Landing Historical Settlement an authenticity that makes life in 19th-century rural New Brunswick come alive.

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Mactaquac Provincial Park

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Brasseurs du Petit-Sault Brewers TOURISMNB.CA/ MEETBOBLEBOEUF

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raise a glass like the locals TAKE THE BEER QUIZ NOW! ant a sure re way to e tend happy past an hour ry our beer. ind out which ones are most likely to earn your seal of approval.

YOU PREFER A BEER THAT . . . WHICH AROMA CALLS TO YOU?

YOU ENJOY A FLAVOUR THAT’S . . .

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Mostly A’s Cider

Mostly B’s Wheat Ale

Dry or semi-dry, with fruity or spicy undertones

Citrusy and refreshing with a clean nish bubblier than other beers

Mostly C’s IPA

Mostly D’s Amber Ale

Smooth, oral and earthy with signature bitterness

Caramel notes and a rich roasted malt with a warm nish

Mostly E’s Stout Intense and full avoured often with coffee or chocolatey aromas

ow that you’ve discovered which brew is meant for you, care to go for a tasting o matter which you choose, there are a number of microbreweries on the iver alley Scenic rive that offer beers ust like these ones, all featuring a local twist. op in for a pint or get a few bottles to take with you.

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Know the artists inside and out

Hit-makers play in bars, pubs, theatres, tents and parks around the city – even streets transform into a concert venue. They all have a di erent vibe so check out as many as you can.

Crunch the numbers

In Fredericton, when musicians take to 27 stages for six incredible days of jazz and blues in one happenin’ city, it all adds up to a stellar time.

Be smooth

With an all-access pass you can duck backstage for a meet-and-greet, attend special events and even dine with some of the artists.

Go with the flow

They say life’s a lot like jazz . . . it’s best when you improvise. So be spontaneous when you swing into the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.

Get into the swing of things

Don’t be afraid to get lost in the music. Let loose and boogie – you’ll have a blast!

YOUR GUIDE TO A GOOD TIME

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FESTIVALS & EVENTS

LA FOIRE BRAYONNE With over 100,000 visitors a year, La Foire Brayonne is considered one of the largest Francophone festivals east of uebec. his ve day fair features many colourful events and is the perfect opportunity to sociali e and discover different facets of the region’s culture. Share the Brayons’ enthusiasm and joie de vivre come oin the party Get the details at ourismNewBrunswick.ca

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Salon du livre d’Edmundston Edmundston

Clair Summer Festival Clair

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Dooryard Arts Festival Woodstock

Main Street Summer Concerts Series Fredericton Salon de la forêt Edmundston Woodstock Quilt Guild “Kaleidoscope of Quilts” Woodstock

Lac Baker Tourism Festival Lac Baker Hartland Potato Festival Hartland La Foire Brayonne Edmundston

Larlee Creek Hullabaloo Kilburn Life at the Lakes Festival Cambridge-Narrows New Brunswick Summer Music Festival Fredericton Rendez-vous des artistes Inc. Saint-Léonard Sussex Flea Market Sussex

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L’Acadie des terres et forêts en fête Madawaska Maliseet First Nation

Centreville Chamber of Commerce Super Power-Pull Centreville (Carleton County)

New Brunswick Highland Games Festival Fredericton

Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival Fredericton

NotaBle Acts Summer Theatre Festival Fredericton

Hunter Brothers Fall Festival Florenceville-Bristol

Richmond Corner Tractor Pull Richmond Corner

Kennebecasis Valley Quilting Guild Show and Sale Quispamsis

City of Fredericton Outdoor Summer Concert Series Fredericton Cultural Expressions Festival Fredericton Edmundston Jazz and Blues Festival Edmundston Grand Falls Regional Potato Festival Grand Falls/Grand-Sault Jardin de Gus Saint-Basile (Edmundston)

The Neely G Festival of Music Long Creek Under the Stars Film Series Fredericton Woodstock Old Home Week Woodstock Chipman Summer Festival Chipman

McAdam Railway Days McAdam

Festival of Flavour Florenceville-Bristol

Minto Coal Mining Festival Minto

Festival on the Bend Nackawic

MS Bike: Sussex to Saint John – Plains and Pastures Tour Sussex

Festivités du demi-marathon Saint-François-de-Madawaska

St. Mary’s (Sitansisk) First Nation Powwow Fredericton Tobique (Negootkook) First Nation Powwow Tobique Narrows

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Juniper Children’s Fishing Derby Juniper

Oromocto Pioneer Days and Canada Day Celebrations Oromocto

Atlantic Balloon Fiesta Sussex

Foire agricole de Saint-André Saint-André Harvey Community Days Harvey (York County) Kings County Agricultural Fair Sussex KV Jazz/Blues Fest Rothesay

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EXPERIENCES I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE de la République

You’ve Gotta Experience This! So you’ve followed our River Valley road trip and now you’re eager for more. That’s where these unique Experiences come in. They’ll help you dig deeper into our heritage, guide you through the quiet countryside and inspire you to explore your creativity. Follow the numbers, symbols, and map to set out in search of more River Valley fun!

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Brewing in Edmundston! 1 Something’s Brasseurs du Petit-Sault Brewers Learn all about the production of award-winning beer with a tour that takes you from grain to glass. Sample the brews with your own keepsake glass.

$20 45 de l’Église St., Edmundston petitsault.com/en 506-733-1313

and Gorge at Its Best 2 Falls Town of Grand Falls/Grand-Sault Explore into the fascinating geology of the Grand Falls Gorge on our expert guided tour, described with props and storytelling!

$4 to $8 25 Madawaska Rd., Suite 100, Grand Falls/Grand-Sault grandfalls.com 506-475-7788

Fun at the Market 3 Farm-Fresh Florenceville-Bristol Outdoor Summer 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!

Free 9173 Main St., Florenceville-Bristol orencevillebristol ca 506-392-6763

of History 4 Portrait Paint the Heartland Fine Arts Show & Sale The Hartland Covered Bridge inspires as you indulge your passion for art with the guidance of a teaching artist and local author.

$49 395 Main St., Unit 1, Hartland painttheheartland.com 506-375-4876

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Heritage 5 Hands-on Kings Landing Historical Settlement Roll up your sleeves and pitch in to experience what 19th-century life was really like in rural New Brunswick.

$10 to $20 5804 Route 102, Prince William kingslanding.nb.ca 506-363-4999

miss the Train! 6 Don’t McAdam Railway Station Experience the golden age of rail at this heritage railway station. On Sundays your guided visit ends with a slice of pie – choose from over 20 pies!

$10.95 96 Saunders Rd., McAdam mcadamstation.ca 506-784-3101

Adventure 7 Aerial TreeGO® Mactaquac Start slowly, getting familiar with your equipment. Then climb, swing and zip from tree-to-tree in this outdoor adventure high above ground.

$25.22 to $33.04 1439 Route 105, Mactaquac treegomoncton.com 1-877-707-4646

Taste of New Brunswick 8 A Crowne Plaza Fredericton Lord Beaverbrook iscover the flavours that define local cuisine. Your culinary experience includes a tasting of local craft beer, 3-course farm-to-table feast, and overnight stay at this historic hotel.

$299 659 Queen St., Fredericton cpfredericton.com 506-455-3371

Craft & Culture Learning Vacations 9 Fine edVentures Fredericton Award-winning instructors teaching intensive, small-group workshops in craft and culture.

$40 to $300 11 Carleton St., Fredericton edVentures.ca 506-460-2233

Hike 10 Haunted Fredericton Outdoor Summer Theatre Spine-tingling frights and rib-tickling laughs are in store during this historic walking tour which features prominent Fredericton ghosts and spirits.

$9 to $14 796-A Queen St. (Coach House), Fredericton calithumpians.com 506-457-1975

Blues Experience 11 Deep 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!

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$300 81 Regent St., Fredericton harvestjazzandblues.com 1-888-NB-Blues (622-5837)


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Tour 12 Behind-the-Scenes 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.

Free 23 Dineen Dr., Fredericton archives.gnb.ca 506-453-2122

Show 13 Science 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!

$6.50 to $10 668 Brunswick St., Fredericton scienceeast.nb.ca 506-457-2340

ATLANTIC BALOON FIESTA, SUSSEX

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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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CONNORS HERITAGE STOPS ROBERT ‘’BOB’’ CONNORS COMMUNITY CHURCH 506-992-2500

You are Here!

This map tracker will help you see where you are along the River Valley Scenic Drive. This drive has ‘boat loads’ of things to see and do. From boat rides and visits to the Longest Covered Bridge in the World, to relaxing days spent touring galleries and museums – we’ll point you in the right direction, no matter where you want to go.

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SAINT-FRANÇOISDE-MADAWASKA Saint-François is an extraordinary vacation location known for its community and economic vitality, its museum and numerous outdoor activities.

HERITAGE STOPS

Step back in time in a charming, small-scale model village reconstructing the pioneers’ history of the community of Saint-Franois, formerly called Ledges. 2033 Commerciale St. 506-992-6055/506-992-5341 gaetanesauciernadeau@gmail.com

CLAIR Discover the heritage of this quaint community near the New Brunswick/Maine, U.S border.

HERITAGE STOPS CLAIR HISTORIC SITE (CLAIR HISTORICAL SOCIETY)

150TH ANNIVERSARY HERITAGE ROOM MUSEUM

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

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. 724 Principale St. 506-992-3637/506-992-8155 sochclair@nb.aibn.com $2.50 to $5


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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

www.tourismedmundston.com 1-866-737-6766

Restaurant on site. Outdoor patio. Free high speed Internet. Indoor pool, whirlpool and sauna. Exercise room. Kids stay free. Pets allowed. 919, Canada Road Edmundston, NB E3V 3X2 Tel.: (506) 735-5525 www.travelodge.ca

Free hot breakfast and high speed Internet. Pets allowed. 5, Bateman Avenue Edmundston, NB E3V 3L1 Tel.: (506) 739-8361 • 1-888-739-8361 www.choicehotels.ca/cn240

Free full breakfast and high speed Internet. Indoor pool with water slide and whirlpool. Fitness center. Bar l’Inox 280, Hébert Boul. Edmundston, NB E3V 0A3 Tel.: (506) 739-0000 • 1-888-735-0001 www.bestwesternedmundston.com

Free full breakfast, local calls, in-room coffee, parking and high speed Internet. 10, Mathieu Street Saint-Basile, NB E7C 3E1 Tel.: (506) 263-0000 • 1-800-DAYS-INN www.daysinnedmundston.com

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Located downtown! Convention centre and meeting rooms, shopping, restaurant, pool and fitness centre. High-speed Internet. Free Parking 100, Rice Street Edmundston, NB E3V 1T4 Tel.: (506) 739-7321 • 1-800-576-4656 www.fourpointsedmundston.com

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ARTISTIC STOPS EDMUNDSTON ARTS CENTRE

EDMUNDSTON, IT’S ABOUT TIME

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!

Contact us

506-737-1850/1-866-737-6766 janice@otem.ca tourismedmundston.com

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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.

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 centredesarts@edmundston.ca artsedmundston.ca/en

FOODIE STOPS RASSEURS DU ETIT-SAULT REWERS

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’ glise St. 506-733-1313 info@PetitSault.com petitsault.com ant the best experience See page 143

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CENTRE DE DOCUMENTATION ET D TUDES MADAWAS A ENNES Facilitates research for people interested in the history of the Madawaska region. 165 Hébert Blvd. 506-737-5058

MUSEUM OF THE RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH 506-263-9031

NATURE STOPS The museum showcases vintage and antique automobiles, as well as other equipment related to transportation history. 31 Principale St. 506-735-2525/506-740-7348 eric.morneault@gnb.ca tourismedmundston.com/en/ informations.php?cat=Saint-Jacques $3.25 to $10

CYR HISTORICAL HOUSE

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

MADAWAS A MUSEUM AND GALERIE COLLINE

LE R S E TEUR I IN 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 EDMUNDST N T W DST 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

T E NEW RUNSWI BOTANICAL GARDEN 506-737-4444

VÉLO EDMUNDSTON TRAILS 506-735-6292 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

CATHEDRAL OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

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

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WILDLIFE STOPS MADAWAS A RNIT URS 506-739-6471

CITY OF EDMUNDSTON This model-train layout is a miniature recreation of the 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

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Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Madawaska River; enjoy biking trails, an outdoor amphitheatre, semi-Olympic pool, beautiful gardens and even an Antique Automobile Museum. 35 Principale St. 506-735-2525/1-800-561-0123 delarepublique@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca Free


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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 Grand Falls, NB Highway 2, exit 79 Tel.: 1-866-918-6200/506-473-6200

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18-hole golf course: Driving range, championship golf course, exceptional and impeccable greens, scenic views. 803 Main St. 506-473-4494/506-475-7777 golf@cepsc.ca grandgolf.ca $20 to $45

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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.

Quality Inn Grand Falls • Free hot & cold breakfast • 80 rooms • Executive rooms • Enrolment in Choice Privileges • Conference & banquet rooms • Heated indoor pool • Sauna & whirlpool • Free Wireless High-Speed Internet • Children 18 and under stay free • NO PETS allowed

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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


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PARK STOPS GRAND FALLS GORGE

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HERITAGE STOPS SOUTHERN VICTORIA HISTORICAL MUSEUM

GOLF STOPS AROOSTOOK VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB 506-273-9184

PERTH-ANDOVER Discover the village’s heritage; hike, bike or ski on the three trail systems; take part in the festivals and dine on local fare. For an unforgettable experience, ask about our guided tours offered daily along the Gorge, in both o cial languages. For a breathtaking view via the walking trails, you will appreciate various lookouts. 25 Madawaska Rd. 506-475-7703/1-877-475-7769 fallsgor@nbnet.nb.ca grandfalls.com ant the best experience See page 143

DRUMMOND Quiet francophone rural village nestled in the natural splendour of the Saint John River Valley, a short distance from the Grand Falls Gorge.

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The oldest surviving building in the community of Perth-Andover and designated Provincial Heritage Place, houses a collection of artefacts from the area. 1291 est Riverside r. 506-273-4959/506-273-3841 info@perth-andover.com patrimoinemadvic.com/en/musee.php cat Southern ictoria Historical Museum

VILLA E F ERT -AND VER CULTURAL WALKWAY 506-273-4959

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS OPEN SKY ADVENTURES 506-473-4803

NEW DENMARK HERITAGE STOPS NEW DENMARK MEMORIAL MUSEUM

Enjoy a weekend in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains Situated over both sides of the Saint John River, this historic village offers visitors experiences that will excite all five senses.

• Incredible self-guided cultural walkway tours • Adventurous trails • Easy access to the river • Hiking and biking

Spoil yourself with luxurious 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 enmark Rd. 506-553-6724/506-553-6584 mary.beth@xplornet.ca patrimoinemadvic.com/en/musee.php cat New enmark’s Memorial Museum

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Perth-Andover offers countless activities from the extreme to the extremely relaxing. Everything you need to create a perfect weekend getaway.

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INTERNATIONAL APPALACHIAN TRAIL ERT -AND VER T TIDE EAD 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

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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

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The best of New Brunswick visual arts in the Saint John River Valley. Exhibitions, workshops, guest speakers, festivals and artistic events. 8 McCain St. Unit 1 506-392-6769 bryanne@mccainartgallery.com mccainartgallery.com

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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

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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 143

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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.

NATURE STOPS S I TE AW WAL IN TRAIL Four-season trail along the beautiful 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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FACTORY TOURS and GIFT SHOP open all year round.

Exit 172 off the TransCanada Highway Waterville, Carleton County New Brunswick

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS RIVERVIEW OUTFITTERS

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LOWER WINDSOR Riverview Outfitters offers tube, canoe and kayak rentals down New Brunswick’s historic Saint ohn River. isit us today and experience an escape from the everyday 8454 Route 105 506-260-4927/506-260-4927 riverview.outfitters@gmail.com riverviewoutfitters.ca $20 to $50

PARK STOPS RIVERSIDE PARK Beautiful park, nature trail and view of the Saint ohn River. alk the trail, relax or have a picnic. ildlife viewing. 9173 Main St. 506-392-6763

HARTLAND COVERED BRIDGE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

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 indsor, near Hartland.

HARTLAND The picturesque town of Hartland is the home of the Longest Covered Bridge in the World and is known for its warm hospitality.

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/ PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE The Longest Covered Bridge in the orld was built in 1901 and at the time, at 390.75 m 1,282 ft. was an engineering wonder 365 Main St. 506-375-4357 hartland@nbnet.nb.ca town.hartland.nb.ca

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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

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Creek illage Gallery Caf 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 creekvillagegalleryandcafe.com

WOODSTOCK HERITAGE WALKING TOUR 506-325-4600

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FOODIE STOPS COVERED BRIDGE POTATO CHIP COMPANY

WOODSTOCK FARM AND CRAFT MARKET PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE ating 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

GRAFTON ARTISTIC STOPS 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

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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

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HERITAGE STOPS HONOURABLE CHARLES CONNELL HOUSE

LOWER WOODSTOCK HERITAGE STOPS CEDAR HILL SCHOOLHOUSE One of the oldest one-room schoolhouses in New Brunswick. 2156 Route 165 506-328-6665

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

NORTONDALE HERITAGE STOPS NACKAWIC RIVER NO. 5 COVERED BRIDGE (NACKAWIC SIDING) 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.

BENTON HERITAGE STOPS EEL RIVER NO. 3 COVERED BRIDGE (BENTON)

Research collection of local books, manuscripts and genealogical information, r. G. F. Clarke collection of Malisset artefacts and alton Camp Canadian Centre. 679 Main St. 506-325-4777 lpfisher.library@gnb.ca town.woodstock.nb.ca/community/ community library.htm

NATURE STOPS MALISEET TRAIL Ancient portage/canoe route linking the Saint ohn and St. Croix Rivers, created by the Maliseet people. Beautiful waterfall. ildlife viewing. 958 Route 165 1-800-526-7070

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. .

NACKAWIC A friendly community with breathtaking scenery and activities for all ages, Nackawic offers par s, trails, a p blic beach, and even a giant axe!

KIRKLAND HERITAGE STOPS ST. DAVID’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE iew irkland’s beautiful Presbyterian Church established by settlers in 1876. irkland is named after St. avid’s, once referred to as The irk.’ 1589 Route 540 506-277-9895

GOLF STOPS NACKAWIC GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 506-575-8433

QUIRKY STOPS WORLD’S LARGEST AXE Seven tonnes of stainless steel, rising 15 m 49 ft. above the glorious Saint ohn River. 152 Otis r. 506-575-2240

SAINT JOHN RIVER VALLEY TRAIL (WOODSTOCK TO EDMUNDSTON) Part of the Sentier NB Trail system. Multi-use trail along the Saint ohn River with gentle grades and multiple access points. ildlife viewing. 500 Prince illiam St. 1-800-526-7070

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ARTISTIC STOPS BRIGGS & LITTLE WOOLEN MILLS LTD.

KINGS LANDING HISTORICAL SETTLEMENT

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

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Roll up your sleeves and pitch in to experience what 19th-century life was really like in rural New Brunswick. 5804 Route 102 506-363-4999/1-888-666-5547 Info.KingsLanding@gnb.ca kingslanding.nb.ca $10 to $20 Want the best experience? See page 144

Since 1857, the mill has been using wool from local farmers and producing quality, sought-after yarns for hand knitting and weaving. Self-guided tours. 3500 Route 635 506-366-5438/1-800-561-9276 yarninfo@briggsandlittle.com briggsandlittle.com

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MCADAM

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Experience the hospitality of the best little village in New Brunswick. Lake, river and camping activities in a scenic setting.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS LAKEWAY HOUSEBOAT VACATIONS

BEACH STOPS WOOLASTOOK PARK BEACH

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MCADAM RAILWAY STATION

MACTAQUAC COASTAL STOPS YORK CENTENNIAL PARK SAILBOAT MARINA

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 $756 to $4,858

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/ PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Heritage Railway Station. Constructed 1900-1911 by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Guided tours. 96 Saunders Rd. 506-784-3101/506-784-2293 villageofmcadam@nb.aibn.com mcadamstation.ca $6 Want the best experience? See page 144

TREEGO® MACTAQUAC 20 docks, 27 moorings, fenced compound storage, lockers, water, boat-launching ramp, electricity, washrooms, no showers, river map. No VHF channel. 1439 Route 105 506-363-4747 mactaquacpark@gnb.ca $40 to $325

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TreeGO® is a challenging and exhilarating outdoor aerial adventure where all family members move from tree to tree through a series of ziplines and obstacles. 1439 Route 105 506-363-4440/1-866-440-3346 worldcan@nb.sympatico.ca treegomactaquac.ca $20 to $33.04 Want the best experience? See page 144

KESWICK RIDGE NATURE STOPS JAMES C. YERXA NATURE PRESERVE 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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BE INSPIRED Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital city, is situated on the majestic Saint John River, the heart of the River Valley Scenic Drive. A city inspired by natural beauty, history, design and art, with over 88 km (55 mi.) of riverside trails connecting historic landmarks and cultural treasures. Stand in awe at the world-class Beaverbrook Art Gallery, and visit over 25 local galleries and artisan shops. Discover Fredericton’s past in the Historic Garrison District and enjoy free activities all summer including outdoor concerts, movies and the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. Tap your toes at the best international festival on the East Coast, the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival, just one of 100+ festivals and events that happen each year. Craft beer a cionado redericton boasts the highest concentration of craft breweries and tasting experiences in the Maritimes.

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ARTISTIC STOPS BEAVERBROOK ART GALLERY

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery features historic and contemporary Canadian and international art, with a focus on New Brunswick and the Atlantic region. 703 Queen St. 506-458-2028/1-877-458-8545 emailbag@beaverbrookartgallery.org beaverbrookartgallery.org $5 to $20

CHARLOTTE STREET ARTS CENTRE

The Charlotte Street Arts Centre opens the doors of creative expression to all: visual art studios and galleries, dance, music, film and creative education. 732 Charlotte St. 506-454-6952 media@charlottestreetarts.ca charlottestreetarts.ca

edVENTURES FREDERICTON

iverse learning vacation program offering intensive, small-group workshops in craft and culture. Half-day to week-long workshops. Awaken your creativity. Refresh your senses. Revitalize yourself. 11 Carleton St. 506-460-2233/1-888-850-1333 edVentures@fredericton.ca edventures.ca $40 to $300 Want the best experience? See page 144

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK ART CENTRE

Our performers and guides will entertain you with local history and folklore, guided walking tours and free outdoor summer theatre in O cers’ Square. 796A Queen St. 506-457-1975 calithumpians@gmail.com calithumpians.com ant the best experience See page 144

Features new exhibits every month including regional artists, touring exhibitions, selections from the University’s Permanent Collection and more! 9 Bailey r., Memorial Hall 506-453-4623 mem@unb.ca unb.ca/cel/artcentre

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Located downtown overlooking the Saint ohn River. Serving New Brunswick craft beers with BBQ favourites ending with one of our many ice cream flavours. 659 Queen St. 506-460-2939 tourismfredericton.ca/en/thingstodo/ LighthouseOnTheGreen.asp $2 to $100

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ENTERTAINMENT STOPS

CHANGING OF THE GUARD CEREMONY

HARTT ISLAND RV RESORT

506-460-2129

CONNEXION ARC 506-454-1433

GALERIE DES BATISSEURS DU CENTRE MMUNAUTAIRE SAINTE-ANNE 506-453-2731 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

THE PLAYHOUSE

GARDEN CREEK POTTERY 506-455-7631

HARVEST JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL ant the best experience See page 144

INGRID MUELLER ART AND CONCEPTS 506-454-2278

THE BARRACKS FINE CRAFT SHOPS 506-460-2837

THE GEORGE FRY GALLERY AT THE NEW BRUNSWICK COLLEGE OF CRAFT AND DESIGN

Full-service R resort offering 50-amp big rig sites. ater park, mini-golf, walking trails. On-site canoe, kayak, bike rentals and boat rides. 2475 oodstock Rd. H 102 506-462-9400 info@harttisland.ca harttisland.ca $45 to $75

KINGSWOOD ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE

506-457-6805

Fredericton’s first choice for performance presents a variety of performing arts experiences from local, national, and international musicians, dance companies and theatre companies. 686 Queen St. 506-458-8344/1-866-884-5800 admin@theplayhouse.ca theplayhouse.ca

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Atlantic Canada’s largest family entertainment centre. Bowling, playclimber, inflatable obstacle course, laser tag, arcade, balloon room, Pi a Hut Express, food court, day camps and more. 1700 Kingswood Way 506-444-9503/1-800-423-5969 ecreservations@kingswoodpark.com kingswoodpark.com $5 to $99


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SCIENCE EAST SCIENCE CENTRE

GRAYSTONE BREWING

1700 Kingswood Way 506-443-3333/1-800-423-5969 golf@kingswoodpark.ca kingswoodpark.com $15 to $89

WEST HILLS GOLF COURSE

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 145

Located in downtown Fredericton, Graystone offers our west coast style ales as well as over 20 taps of other New Brunswick craft beer. 221 King St. 506-459-7710 wes@graystonebrewing.com graystonebrewing.com Beautiful parkland setting. Signature 9-hole course with 18 set to open summer 2017. Award-winning Huxham Golf Design Inc. Practice facility, GPS touchscreen on carts. 200 Summerhill Row 506-450-4653 inquiries@westhillsgolf.com westhillsgolf.com $30 to $54

GRIMROSS BREWING

THEATRE NEW BRUNSWICK

CARMAN CREEK GOLF / FOOTGOLF COURSE & PRACTICE FACILITY

Theatre New Brunswick is one of Canada’s longest running regional theatre companies producing professional theatre experiences for the people of New Brunswick since 1969. 55 Whiting Rd. 506-460-1381 generalmanager@tnb.nb.ca tnb.nb.ca

Inspired by Belgian-style brewers, Grimross Brewing Co. is a Fredericton-based microbrewery, crafting unique Maritime ales. Pull up a stool and enjoy the local flavour 600 Bishop Dr. 506-454-4810 stephen@grimross.com grimross.com

506-472-7273

FREDERICTON GOLF CLUB 506-443-7710

HERITAGE STOPS FREDERICTON REGION MUSEUM

CROWNE PLAZA FREDERICTON LORD BEAVERBROOK Want the best experience? See page 144

MAYBEE BREWING CO.

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506-450-2739

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TRAILWAY BREWING COMPANY 506-455-8246

Housed in the historic O cers’ 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 $3 to $15

GOLF STOPS KINGSWOOD GOLF

Over 200 vendors every Saturday morning. A cornucopia of meats, vegetables, baking and ethnic foods; to unique and quirky gifts. Meet you at The Market! 665 George St. 506-451-1815 bycfrmmk@nbnet.nb.ca frederictonfarmersmarket.ca New Brunswick’s most recognized golf course. 18-hole signature course, 9-hole executive course, driving range, putting green, practice area and more.

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A Capital Masterpiece on Canada’s Most Storied River

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Canada Day - Canada 150 Celebration June 30 & July 1 NB Highland Games Festival July 28 – 30 NB Summer Music Festival August 7 – 19 Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival September 12 – 17 NB Spirits Festival November 22 – 26


Our 1884 fashion sense is on display daily.

Beaverbrook Art Gallery: Inspires with a bigger, bolder, new look.


Not all of our Masters use paint,

some brew the best times in The East.

Our locals like being fresh!


We take hospitality to heart. It’s almost like you are staying with family or friends when you check in at a Fredericton accommodation. Bed & Breakfast operators and hoteliers are not satisfied with simply giving you a room and leaving you to your own devices; expect to hear recommendations of favourite places to go and things to experience while you are here!

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 Saint John River 225 Woodstock Road 1-888-236-2427 Marriott.com/yfcdf

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Best Western Plus Best Western Plus offers free hot breakfast, high-speed Internet and parking. Refrigerator, microwave and Blu-ray® player in every room and suite! This hotel offers an unbeatable location, along with luxurious amenities. Relaxation is a priority here, with a fitness facility, soothing hot tub and heated indoor saltwater pool greeting guests after a day of business, shopping or fine dining. This hotel also features bilingual staff. 333 Bishop Drive 506-455-8448 1-877-455-8448 bestwesternatlantic.com

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) 506-455-1430 1-800-561-8777 frederictoninn.nb.ca

Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton

Newest Hotel in Town! Free Hot Breakfast Buffet. Free Wi-Fi, Heated Salt Water Pool with Water Slide and Patio, Pet Friendly and Pet Free Rooms, Fitness Center, Refrigerators/Microwaves, Guest Laundry, Free Parking, Guest Business Center, Multilingual Staff, Just minutes away from downtown. 470 Bishop Drive 506-300-1818 1-844-565-3939 fredericton.hamptonbyhilton.com

REWARDS

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Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Fredericton 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 506-462-4444 1-888-280-1122 or hojo.com


Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Fredericton’s only Downtown Hotel! Beautiful river views, patio dining, pool, free Wi-Fi, pets welcome, 3 restaurants including pub and Lighthouse on the Green. Farm to table menu items and the most local craft beer in NB. Steps away from the walking trail, boutique shopping and entertainment. Recent renovations. 659 Queen Street 1-866-444-1946 cpfredericton.com

Days Inn Oromocto The Days Inn Oromocto is located in CANADA’S MODEL TOWN of Oromocto, situated along the Oromocto and St. John Rivers. Just 10 minutes from the capital city of Fredericton with its incredible shopping, downtown night life, and historic attractions. This family hotel is pet friendly, with an indoor pool, fitness centre, wireless internet, and complimentary breakfast. 60 Brayson Boulevard Oromocto 506-357-5657 1-866-529-0675 daysinnoromocto.com

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Stay Smart in the Capital City! Free Express Start Hot Breakfast Free FibreOp WiFi Free Parking Fitness Room Coin Laundry Keurig Coffee & Tea In-Room Pets Welcome in Most Rooms Allergy-Friendly Rooms Available 665 Prospect Street near Hanwell 1-844-FRED-HIX (373-3449) hiexpress.com/frederictonnb

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Ramada Hotel Fredericton

Riverside Resort and Conference Centre

Leave the rest to us!

Full-service resort with free wifi, indoor heated pool and whirlpool, tennis court, children’s playground, refrigerators, microwaves and free guest laundry services. Pet friendly. Two bedroom cottages available. We are within minutes of Mactaquac’s 18-hole golf course and 10 minutes to Kings Landing Historical Settlement. 35 Mactaquac Road (Mactaquac Exit off Hwy 102) French Village 506-363-5111 1-800-561-5111 riversidefredericton.com

10,000 sq foot Indoor Mediterranean Courtyard, indoor pool, hot tub and pool tables. 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 506-460-5500 1-800-596-4656 ramadafredericton.com

University of New Brunswick Accommodations Stay with us this summer, and experience UNB! Choose from our traditional style rooms with complimentary breakfast, or our suite-style rooms, perfect for groups and families; all room options include free parking and wireless internet. Located in the heart of Fredericton, UNB is minutes away from restaurants, walking trails and other great Fredericton amenities! Book with us today: Unb.ca/stay 20 Bailey Drive 506-453-4800 1-888-865-6122 stay@unb.ca


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GOVERNMENT HOUSE

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/ PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Features original furnishings and artefacts dating back to 1828, interpretive displays as well as the current o ces of the Lieutenant-Governor. Guided tours. 51 oodstock Rd. 506-453-2505 tim.richardson@gnb.ca gnb.ca/lg/ogh/index-e.asp

HISTORIC GARRISON DISTRICT

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/ PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Fredericton’s historic and cultural heart. Museums, art galleries, historic buildings, the Changing of the Guard Ceremony and more. Queen Street 506-460-2129/1-888-888-4768 tourism@fredericton.ca historicgarrisondistrict.com

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF NEW BRUNSWICK

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

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 ineen r., UNB campus 506-453-2122 ArchivesNB@gnb.ca archives.gnb.ca ant the best experience See page 145

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

NEW BRUNSWICK SPORTS HALL OF FAME

Museum featuring sports history and honoured members. 5-in-1 interactive sports system. Biomechanics and Sports iscovery Centre hands-on. Trophies. 503 Queen St. 506-453-3747 nbsportshalloffame@gnb.ca nbsportshalloffame.com $2 to $8

SCHOOL DAYS MUSEUM

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, ustice Building Annex 506-459-3738 sdmuseum@nb.sympatico.ca museum.nbta.ca

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Built between 1845-53, it was the first Gothic-revival cathedral built in North America. Guided tours available. 168 Church St. 506-450-8500

CITY OF FREDERICTON

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FREDERICTON CITY HALL AND BICENTENNIAL TAPESTRIES NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Built in 1876, 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

CITY OF FREDERICTON (GUIDED HERITAGE WALKING TOURS) 506-460-2129

NATURE STOPS CITY OF FREDERICTON TRAILS

KILLARNEY LAKE PARK Picturesque park with sandy beach, supervised freshwater swimming and 20 km (12 mi.) of walking trails. Trails are groomed in the winter for cross-country skiing. 1600 Saint Marys St. 506-460-2020

ODELL PARK & ODELL ARBORETUM One of Canada’s best old growth forests. A 175-ha (432-acre) park in the heart of Fredericton. Featuring 16 km (10 mi) of trails. 350 Rookwood Ave. 506-460-2020

WILMOT PARK The perfect picnic spot! This beautifully landscaped park features walking trails, a children’s playground, tennis and basketball courts and a new splashpad. Family fun awaits! 15 Saunders St. 506-460-2020

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

FREDERICTON BOTANIC GARDEN

FREDERICTON GEOCACHING TOUR 506-460-2129

SECOND NATURE OUTDOORS 506-460-2260

PARK STOPS CARLETON PARK This 4.41-ha (11 acre) waterfront green space along the Saint ohn River offers a spectacular view of Fredericton’s downtown and the most amazing sunsets. Union Street, northside 506-460-2020

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HERITAGE STOPS 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

HOYT HERITAGE STOPS BACK CREEK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (HOYT STATION)

DUCKS UNLIMITED CENTRE

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.

LINCOLN

QUIRKY STOPS BRIGADOON FIBER FARM

ARTISTIC STOPS

506-478-0536

CROWN ASHTON CHINA

MILL SETTLEMENT WEST

506-459-7941

JUDY BLAKE POTTERY 506-446-4311

HERITAGE STOPS

RUSAGONIS

SOUTH OROMOCTO RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (MILL SETTLEMENT)

506-452-9269

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

Take a side trip to discover this historical community and visit three of the province’s covered bridges nearby.

WILDLIFE STOPS 506-458-8848 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 506-460-2020 info@frederictontrailscoalition.com fredericton.ca

FREDERICTON JUNCTION

HERITAGE STOPS RUSAGONIS RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (OWENS, PATRICK) 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.

WATERVILLE

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

(SUNBURY COUNTY)

HERITAGE STOPS BEACH STOPS SUN UR - R M 506-357-3708

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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 uvenile Settlement, near Hoyt.


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OROMOCTO

GOLF STOPS

HERITAGE STOPS

Discover a f ll service marina, small cra aquatic centre, golf, trails, parks, museums, shopping, dining and Canadian Forces Base Gagetown.

GAGE GOLF & CURLING CLUB

NEW BRUNSWICK MILITARY HISTORY MUSEUM

COASTAL STOPS OROMOCTO MARINA

Full-service marina. Adjacent to the Oromocto Mall. Wharf Road 506-357-4409 recreation@oromocto.ca oromocto.ca

18-hole golf course. Clubhouse, bar, kitchen, rental power carts, driving range, Pro Shop, practice green, club/pull cart rental. Minigolf on-site. 55 Fraser Ave. 506-357-9343 gri n.clarence@cfmws.com gagegolfandcurling.com $30 to $40

Illustrates the history of the New Brunswick military forces from 1600 to the present. An enriching educational experience. Group visits welcome. 1 Walnut St., 5 Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown Bld A-5 506-422-2000 info@nbmilitaryhistorymuseum.ca nbmilitaryhistorymuseum.ca $2 to $75

CANADIAN MILITARY ENGINEERS MUSEUM 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

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 Natura Trail System Oromocto Marina Gateway Wetland Trail

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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FORT HUGHES MILITARY BLOCKHOUSE 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

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

OFF THE CHARTS OUTFITTERS: FISHING AND HUNTING TOURS

TROPHY HUNTER GUIDING AND OUTFITTING

Guided tours across New Brunswick. Fish for striped bass, salmon, muskie, trout, sturgeon. Ice-fishing in the winter. Upland game and waterfowl hunts in fall. 265 Main St. 506-262-1812 dicarloltd@gmail.com offthechartsoutfitters.weebly.com $20 to $450

Black bear hunting at its best. Family-operated, cosy environment. Home-cooked meals, Internet, TV, washer/dryer. Video-monitored bait sites. Group rates available. 959 Route 715 506-362-1260 trophyhunter524@yahoo.com trophyhunteroutfitters.com $1,750

UPPER GASPEREAU

CODYS

HERITAGE STOPS

GOLF STOPS

GASPEREAU RIVER NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (BURPEE)

WASHADEMOAK GOLF CLUB

NATURE STOPS 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 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

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS OROMOCTO SMALL CRAFT AQUATIC CENTRE 506-357-6868

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 This quaint community played a leading role in the local coal industry and introduces the visitor to an important part of New Brunswick history.

HERITAGE STOPS NEW BRUNSWICK INTERNMENT CAMP HERITAGE MUSEUM

506-362-2667

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.

CAMBRIDGENARROWS

CHIPMAN

Charming village will have you visiting co ntr cra o tlets and vine ards, and admiring the beauty of the area.

FOODIE STOPS

FOODIE STOPS

BIG SKY SEA BUCKTHORN

MOTTS LANDING VINEYARD & WINERY

506-260-7400

506-488-8091

COLES ISLAND

HERITAGE STOPS ANTHONY FLOWER HOUSE MUSEUM

HERITAGE STOPS

506-488-3030

LONG CREEK NO. 1 COVERED BRIDGE (STARKEY)

JEMSEG

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.

FOODIE STOPS JEMSEG FARMERS MARKET 506-362-2930

600+ artefacts as well as a model of the WWII POW camp. Historic walking trail at original site in Ripples, near Fredericton. 420 Pleasant Dr., Unit 1 506-327-3573/506-450-9666 edmuseum62@hotmail.com nbinternmentcampmuseum.ca $1.50

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GAGETOWN The riverside village of Gagetown is a gem worth discovering irdwatching, boating, shopping and dining are all here.


THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

BELLEISLE BAY

CARTERS POINT

506-488-2074

FERRIES

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

JUGGLER’S COVE FINE ARTS & CRAFTS

BELLEISLE BAY FERRY

SUSTAINABLE STURGEON SAFARI

ARTISTIC STOPS GREIG POTTERY LTD.

506-488-2574

COASTAL STOPS GAGETOWN MARINA 506-488-1992

FOODIE STOPS THE VILLAGE OF GAGETOWN FARMERS MARKET 506-461-4882

HERITAGE STOPS TILLEY HOUSE MUSEUM

Toll-free service. Operated by the Province yearround, between Earle Wharf on Route 124 and Long Point on Route 850. 1-888-747-7006

EVANDALE FERRIES EVANDALE FERRY Toll-free service. Operated by the province yearround at Evandale between Routes 102 and 124. 1-888-747-7006

OAK POINT

(KINGS COUNTY)

BEACH STOPS KIWANIS OAK POINT CAMPGROUND AND PARK BEACH 506-468-2266

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE/ PROVINCIAL HISTORIC SITE The Tilley House is alive with exhibitions and cultural activities. Discover your rich heritage and story. 69 Front St. 506-488-2483 info@queenscountyheritage.com queenscountyheritage.com $3

QUEENS COUNTY COURT HOUSE MUSEUM

COASTAL STOPS OAK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 506-468-2266

CENTRAL GREENWICH ARTISTIC STOPS M.N.O. POTTERY

World unique experience: participating in sustainable wild Atlantic sturgeon fishing 1.83-3.10 meters/ 6-10 feet long), guided tour of our facilities and tasting of caviar and sturgeon products! 30 Carters Wharf Rd. 506-642-1816/506-639-0605 info@acadian-sturgeon.com acadian-sturgeon.com/en

GRAND BAY-WESTFIELD Find the best of urban and rural New Brunswick, minutes away from Saint John; small-town charm with a cottage co ntr avo r

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

506-488-2483

506-608-5955

WESTFIELD FERRY

QUEENSTOWN

WELSFORD

ARTISTIC STOPS

GOLF STOPS

Toll-free service. Operated by the Province year-round between Grand Bay- estfield on Route 177 and Hardings Point, off Route 845 on the Kingston Peninsula. 1-888-747-7006

ROUTE 102 HAND MADE GOODS

WELSFORD GOLF COURSE

506-488-3235

506-486-2217

FOODIE STOPS THE BRUNDAGE POINT WEEKLY MARKET 506-763-2912

CENTRAL HAMPSTEAD ARTISTIC STOPS CLAY DESIGN INC. 506-488-8812

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS BRUNDAGE POINT RIVER CENTRE

SUMMERVILLE (KINGS COUNTY)

8 Collingwood r. 506-847-4809/506-650-0395 tilleys@nb.sympatico.ca nbkayakfishing.ca $100 to $175

FERRIES SUMMERVILLE-MILLID EVILLE FERR Toll-free service from April to ecember, between ennebecasis River and Sandy Point Road in the city of Saint ohn and Summerville, set back from Route 845 on the ingston Peninsula. 1-888-747-7006 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

CITY OF SAINT JOHN

NATURE STOPS SEA DOG COVE NATURE PRESERVE 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

QUISPAMSIS It’s easy to energize yourself in this active suburban community along the Kennebecasis River, where recreation and culture meet.

BEACH STOPS GONDOLA POINT BEACH Supervised freshwater beach with changing rooms and picnic areas. Sandbar overlooking the ennebecasis River. Near Gondola Point Cable Ferry service. 278 Route 119 Gondola Point Arterial 506-849-5778

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.

MEENAN’S COVE BEACH

BAYSWATER

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

COASTAL STOPS

FERRIES

BAYSWATER LIGHTHOUSE

GONDOLA POINT FERRIES

Established in 1914. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. hite, square tower with red roof. Inland lighthouse. 2095 Route 845

FERRIES KENNEBECASIS ISLAND FERRY Toll-free service. Operated by the Province between ennebecasis Island and Summerville, set back from Route 845, on the ingston Peninsula. 1-888-747-7006

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 est 2.7 km 1.6 mi. , Lakeside Road 4.7 km 2.9 mi. , Route 860 East 1 km 0.6 mi. , onto amascus Road.

KINGSTON ARTISTIC STOPS CRIMMINS POTTERY 506-763-2324

FOODIE STOPS DUNHAMS RUN ESTATE WINERY

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS NB KAYAK FISHING State-of-the-art winery speciali ing in handcrafted, premium organic wines. Beautiful location on the Saint ohn River. ineyard tours, tastings and boutique. 35 Gorhams Bluff Rd. 506-653-0200 vineyard@xplornet.ca dunhamsrun.ca

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Toll-free service. Operated by the provincial government year-round between Gondola Point Route 119 and the ingston Peninsula Route 845 . 1-888-747-7006

HERITAGE STOPS 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 estfield Ferry then Hardings Point Road 1.5 km 0.9 mi. , onto Route 845 East 9.2 km 5.7 mi. .

FRENCH VILLAGE

Guided kayak fishing in the greater Saint ohn region. Speciali ing in sturgeon, pickerel, shad and mackerel depending on the season.

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THINGS TO DO I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE KINGSTON FARMERS MARKET COOPERATIVE 506-763-3490

HERITAGE STOPS KINGSTON HISTORIC DISTRICT

68 William Bell Dr. 506-832-5045 craig@hamptongolf.ca hamptongolf.ca $35 to $55

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS ZELDA’S RIVER ADVENTURES LTD.

HERITAGE STOPS HAMPTON GAOL (JAIL)

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

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 jfmmuseum@nb.aibn.com kingstonnb.ca

NAUWIGEWAUK HERITAGE STOPS

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Explore two centuries of Crime and Punishment in the old Gaol. Discover museum displays, the town library and the Lunar Rogue! 27 Centennial Rd. 506-832-6009 kingscm@nbnet.nb.ca kingscountymuseum.com

ARTISTIC STOPS THE BARN IN BLOOMFIELD 506-832-3716

HAMPTON

KINGS COUNTY STUDIO TOUR

HERITAGE STOPS 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

506-832-6065

GOLF STOPS

NATURE STOPS

HAMPTON GOLF CLUB

YEOMAN’S FOOTBRIDGE

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.

ERBS COVE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS

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. . riveway to footbridge is the first on the right after passing the Robertson Road.

18 holes. Daily green fees, dress code, clubhouse, driving range, bar and grill, pro shop, putting green, golf carts, club rental, PGA™ professionals.

506-832-6065

(KINGS COUNTY)

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.

ARTISTIC STOPS

HAMPTON MARSH

BLOOMFIELD

KINGS COUNTY MUSEUM

DARLINGS ISLAND COVERED BRIDGE

A small, friendly community amid waterways, farmland, marsh and wildlife, with unique heritage buildings and a vibrant arts community.

WILDLIFE STOPS

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 506-485-8008

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HERITAGE STOPS

FOODIE STOPS

MOOSEHORN CREEK NO. 1.5 COVERED BRIDGE

SUSSEX FARMERS MARKET

Built in 1915, this covered bridge is 29 m (95 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 175, Route 124 North, Riverview Drive South.

BELLEISLE CREEK HERITAGE STOPS

506-433-1211

GOLF STOPS SUSSEX GOLF & CURLING CLUB 506-433-4951

HERITAGE STOPS 8TH HUSSARS MUSEUM

BELLEISLE CREEK NO. 2 COVERED BRIDGE (MARVEN) 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.

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.

SUSSEX

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. 66 Broad St., Unit 3 506-433-5226/506-471-4251 hussarssussex@nb.aibn.com 8chassociation.com/museum.html

AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM OF NEW BRUNSWICK

The gateway to the Fundy experience, Sussex is the Mural Capital of New Brunswick. Inviting downtown streets and colourful summer festivals await you.

Built in 1908, this covered bridge is 34 m (112 ft.) in length. Route 1, Exit 195, onto Route 890 North.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS SUSSEX NATURE WALKWAY 506-432-4573

PLUMWESEEP 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.

ARTISTIC STOPS SUSSEX MURALS – MURAL CAPITAL OF ATLANTIC CANADA

A lively arts and culture centre offering a diverse range of art exhibits, workshops, activities and concerts. Café features local food, beverages and artists’ creations. 14 Maple Ave. 506-433-8351 info@axartscentre.ca axartscentre.ca

KENNEBECASIS RIVER NO. 7.5 COVERED BRIDGE (SALMON)

ROACHVILLE HERITAGE STOPS

AX: THE ARTS AND CULTURE CENTRE OF SUSSEX

CENTREVILLE 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 $2

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 (Town Centre) kingseastdp@gmail.com sussexmurals.com

(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.

NEWTOWN HERITAGE STOPS 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.

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ACCOMMODATIONS I RIVER VALLEY SCENIC DRIVE

AREA

T ere are t o pro ra s in Ne Bruns ic to assure isitors t at t e properties listed a e et or e ceeded standards or a enities, cleanliness, repair and staff courtesy. T ose properties listed in t is acation planner and online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca a e c osen to participate in one o two categories:

River Valley Scenic Drive ACCOMMODATIONS

All CAA/AAA rated properties must meet the same basic requirements for cleanliness and hospitality. A rating o one to e dia onds tells isitors what type of experience to expect, from no-frills to highly personalized.

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.

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

BAYSWATER COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Bayswater Cottages 506-763-3882

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CARTERS POINT COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

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 NIDaigle Bed & Breakfast 1582 Principale St., SAINT-BASILE 506-739-7567/1-888-510-8088 aunid@bellaliant.com aunidaigle.com $100 to $134

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HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Comfort Inn 5 Bateman Ave., EDMUNDSTON 506-739-8361/1-888-739-8361 cn240@whg.com edmundstoncomfortinn.com $95 to $275 Four Points by Sheraton 100 Rice St., EDMUNDSTON 506-739-7321/1-800-576-4656 info@fourpointsedmundston.com fourpointsedmundston.com $99 to $200

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La Roma Motel 32 Iroquois Rd., EDMUNDSTON 506-735-3305 laromamotel@hotmail.com laromamotel.com $65 to $160 Rose Motel & Cabin 625 Principale St., SAINT-JACQUES 506-739-9492 rosemotel@hotmail.com $50 to $225

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Motel Le Brayon & Chalets 506-739-5514

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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 INNS

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 Florenceville-Bristol, Simonds BED AND BREAKFAST

Tannaghtyn 4169 Route 103, SIMONDS 506-392-6966/506-328-5567 ruth.giberson@bellaliant.net tannaghtyn.com $120 to $130

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Florenceville Inn 239 Burnham Rd., FLORENCEVILLE-BRISTOL 506-392-6053/1-866-390-0212 info@florencevilleinn.com florencevilleinn.com $109 to $152

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FREDERICTON & AREA Fredericton, French Village (York County), Lincoln, Oromocto, Waasis BED AND BREAKFAST

Abbey Glen Riverfront B & B 102 Waterloo Row, FREDERICTON 506-454-0420 abyglnbb@rogers.com bbcanada.com/4005.html $65 to $115

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FREDERICTON & AREA 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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Carriage House Inn 230 University Ave., FREDERICTON 506-452-9924/1-800-267-6068 info@carriagehouse-inn.net carriagehouse-inn.net $129 to $149

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Parkview Bed & Breakfast 236 Odell Ave., FREDERICTON 506-472-1959 cjseal@rogers.com bbcanada.com/10987.html $80 to $105

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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 $119 to $145

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Quartermain House B & B 506-206-5255

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Best Western Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites 333 Bishop Dr., FREDERICTON 506-455-8448/1-877-455-8448 reservations@bestwesternfredericton.com bestwestern.com/ca/frederictonhotelandsuites BOOK ONLINE $129.99 to $250.99

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City Motel 1216 Regent St., FREDERICTON 506-450-9900/1-800-268-2858 reservations@thecitymotel.com thecitymotel.com $79 to $129

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Comfort Inn 797 Prospect St., FREDERICTON 506-453-0800/1-888-270-5222 cn241@whg.com frederictoncomfortinn.com $95 to $209

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Crowne Plaza Fredericton Lord Beaverbrook ∞∞∞∞ 659 Queen St., FREDERICTON 506-455-3371/1-866-444-1946 reservations@cpfredericton.com cpfredericton.com BOOK ONLINE $129 to $599

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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

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Delta Fredericton ∞∞∞∞˘ 225 Woodstock Rd., FREDERICTON 506-451-7929/1-888-236-2427 fre.reservations.sm@deltafredericton.com marriott.com/hotels/travel/yfcdf-delta-fredericton BOOK ONLINE $119 to $800

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FREDERICTON & AREA Fort Nashwaak Motel 15 Riverside Dr., FREDERICTON 506-472-4411/1-800-684-8999 fortnash@nb.sympatico.ca fortnashwaak.com $74 to $126

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Fredericton Inn 1315 Regent St., FREDERICTON 506-455-1430/1-800-561-8777 jwwaite@frederictoninn.nb.ca frederictoninn.nb.ca $95 to $249

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Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton ∞∞∞∞˘ 470 Bishop Dr., FREDERICTON 506-300-1818/1-844-565-3939 lourdes.apariciomijares@hilton.com hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/new-brunswick/ hampton-inn-and-suites-by-hilton-fredericton-YFCBDHX/ index.html Holiday Inn Express & Suites 665 Prospect St., FREDERICTON 506-459-0035/1-888-373-3449 info@hiefredericton.com hiexpress.com/frederictonnb $149 to $239 Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel 958 Prospect St., FREDERICTON 506-462-4444/1-888-280-1122 howardjohnsonfredericton@hotmail.com hojofredericton.com $80 to $180 Norfolk Motel 815 Riverside Dr., FREDERICTON 506-472-3278/1-800-686-8555 norfolkmotel@gmail.com norfolkmotel.ca $59.99 to $119.99

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Premiere 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 Quality Inn & Suites Amsterdam 559 Bishop Dr., FREDERICTON 506-474-5050/1-800-468-2828 Fredericton.mgr@amsterdamqualityinn.ca choicehotels.com/new-brunswick/fredericton/ quality-inn-hotels/cna73 $99 to $299 Ramada Hotel 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 (YORK COUNTY) 506-363-5111/1-800-561-5111 reservations@riversidefredericton.com riversidefredericton.com BOOK ONLINE $99 to $249

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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 42 Chaperral Rd., WAASIS 506-446-9077/1-866-446-9077 travelodgefredericton@gmail.com travelodge.ca/hotel/travelodge-fredericton $90 to $130

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Airport Inn 506-458-9706

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Lang House B & B 58 Front St., GAGETOWN 506-488-1808/506-639-0082 Langhousebandb@gmail.com bbcanada.com/langhouse $110 to $130

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GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT & AREA Drummond, Grand Falls/Grand-Sault, Saint-André BED AND BREAKFAST

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 Forget Me Not Bed & Breakfast 10000 Route 144, SAINT-ANDRÉ 506-473-5334/1-888-473-5334 forgetmenotbb@gmail.com bbcanada.com/forgetmenot $105 to $115

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Open Sky Adventures Cottage 506-473-4803

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Près Du Lac Cottages & Restaurant 506-473-1300

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HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

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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Hill Top Motel & Restaurant ∞∞∞˘ 131 Madawaska Rd., GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT 506-473-2684/1-800-496-1244 reservations@hilltopmotel.ca hilltopgrandfalls.ca BOOK ONLINE $91 to $156

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Motel Léo 10021 Route 144, SAINT-ANDRÉ 506-473-2090/1-800-661-0077 motelleo@motelleo.com motelleo.com $89 to $175

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Quality Inn Grand Falls/Grand-Sault 10039 Route 144, SAINT-ANDRÉ 506-473-1300/1-888-473-1300 pdl@nb.aibn.com presdulac.com $110 to $185

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HAMPTON BED AND BREAKFAST

Hampton Bed & Breakfast 506-832-0993

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HARTLAND AREA Somerville BED AND BREAKFAST

Covered Bridge Bed and Breakfast 2651 Route 103, SOMERVILLE 506-324-0939/506-375-4498 coveredbridgebnb@gmail.com coveredbridgebandb.ca $85 to $115

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Belleisle Bay Bed and Breakfast 22 Log Cabin Ln., KIERSTEADVILLE 506-485-2359/506-433-0804 rmwaview@nb.sympatico.ca belleislebaybedandbreakfast.ca $99 to $110

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Ridgeback Lodge 86 Old Reach Rd., KINGSTON 506-763-2617 info@ridgebacklodge.com ridgebacklodge.com $150 to $300

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LAKEVILLE CORNER BED AND BREAKFAST

Country Lane B & B Inn 506-385-2398

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Hoof-N-Paw Bed and Breakfast 506-784-3102

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PERTH-ANDOVER & AREA Carlingford, Perth-Andover HOTELS/MOTELS/RESORTS

Fort Road Motel 506-273-0850

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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 $89 to $129

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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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McCrea’s Farm Vacation 506-485-5600

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Jonah Place Bed & Breakfast Inn 506-433-6978

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Maple Shade Vacation Suites 43 Church Ave., SUSSEX 506-433-8300/506-435-1901 innquire@maple-shade.ca maple-shade.ca $90 to $140

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All Seasons Inn & Restaurant 1015 Main St., SUSSEX 506-433-2220/1-800-452-1616 reservations@allseasonsinn.ca allseasonsinn.ca $69 to $139

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Amsterdam Inn & Suites 143 Main St., SUSSEX 506-432-5050/1-800-468-2828 Sussex.mgr@amsterdaminns.com amsterdaminns.com $97 to $299

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Covered Bridge Inn Ltd. 818 Main St., SUSSEX 506-433-1805 cbissx@nb.aibn.com coveredbridgeinn.ca $80 to $90

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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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WOODSTOCK & AREA Bedell, Grafton, Jacksonville, Woodstock BED AND BREAKFAST

Bennett House Bed & Breakfast 698 Main St., WOODSTOCK 506-325-2608 bennetthousebandb@nb.aibn.com bbcanada.com/9526.html $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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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

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Canadas Best Value Inn & Suites 506-328-8876

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Howard Johnson Inn 506-328-3315

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Knights Inn 506-328-6688

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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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AREA

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:

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.

Good Sam is a campground rating system. The three-number rating that accompanies each campground gives the visitors a snapshot of the campgrounds amenities, cleanliness and environment.

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-Jacques Camping Panoramic (1986) 86 Albert Rd., SAINT-JACQUES 506-739-6544/506-739-6544 campingpanoramic@nb.aibn.com sn2000.nb.ca/comp/camping-panoramic $32 to $36

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de la République Provincial Park 35 Principale St., SAINT-JACQUES 506-735-2525/1-800-561-0123 delarepublique@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca $28 to $43

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FREDERICTON & AREA Fredericton, Sheffield, Waterville-Sunbury, Upper Kingsclear Casey’s Museum Ltd. 2511 Route 105, SHEFFIELD 506-357-8592 jsowers1@hotmail.com $20 to $45

Hartt Island R.V. Resort 2475 Woodstock Rd., FREDERICTON 506-462-9400/506-462-9400 info@harttisland.ca harttisland.ca $45 to $75

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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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Woolastook Park 506-472-5584

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GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT & AREA Grand Falls/Grand-Sault, Saint-André Au Paradis de la P’tite Montagne 472 Petite Montagne Rd., SAINT-ANDRÉ 506-473-6683/1-844-437-6683 paradis@paradis.nb.ca paradis.nb.ca $38 to $45

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Falls and Gorge Camping 120 Manse St., GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT 506-475-7769/1-877-475-7769 fallsgor@nbnet.nb.ca grandfalls.com $30 to $40

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Rapid Brook Camping 9.5|9.5|8.5 59 Michaud Rd., GRAND FALLS/GRAND-SAULT 506-473-1036/506-473-0318 rapidbrook@gmail.com $35 to $45

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HAMPTON Fire Fly Forest Campground 64 Robertson Rd., HAMPTON 506-832-3200/506-832-1851 fireflyforestrecreation@hotmail.com fireflyforest.ca $25 to $35

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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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miramichi RIVER ROUTE

at rin s you ere T e orld class s in , t e un days spent tu in or t e pro ise o tran uility near t e ater s ed e ic e er it is, you can e sure t at a stay alon t e Mira ic i Ri er Route ill deli er. Co e e perience nature at its nest in Atlantic Canada s reat Outdoors.

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RED BANK (METEPENAGIAG FIRST NATION)

You’ve Gotta Experience This!

CITY OF MIRAMICHI

Participate in a ceremonial powwow and learn about the 3,000-year-old traditions of the Aboriginal Peoples. You can even go on a tipi retreat.

Cruise along in a Voyageur canoe as your guide regales you with tales of our shipbuilding history.

Pros point the way to our famous salmon pools where great sh tales are guaranteed. We’ll even teach you how to cook salmon like the locals do so you can try it at home, turn to page 190 for the recipe.

Whether you’re being captivated by spooky stories or celebrating at Canada’s longest running folk festival, things only get better after dark.

FOR MORE MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE EXPERIENCES, TURN TO PAGE 193.

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Mighty Miramichi River Run ROAD TRIP

3-5 days 200 km (124 mi.) This road trip features just a few of the things you can do along the Miramichi River Route. Follow it to experience some of the best salmon fishing the world has to offer. Throw in hearty home-cooked meals and plenty of outdoor activity – no rod required – and it won’t be long before you’re lost in the magic of the river. FOR MORE ROAD TRIP IDEAS, VISIT US ONLINE

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Miramichi Folksong Festival

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BOIESTOWN & MCNAMEE Nestled deep in the forest, this is the heart of lumberjack country. Come here for local folklore, cosy accommodations and prime salmon shing.

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DOAKTOWN Learn about the River and experience it rst hand in the heart of the iramichi region. addling, shing and delicious dining await.

ABORIGINAL CULTURE

BLACKVILLE egendary shing lives here. Blackville offers the classic iramichi e perience, with bountiful salmon pools, knowledgeable guides and plenty of good times.

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SILLIKERS & RED BANK boriginal roots run deep here. Ancient culture and 6th generation shing guides make for an unforgettable e perience.

LEGENDARY FISHING

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WHERE YA STAYIN’? Spend your nights at Wilson’s Four Season Resort and stay in a secluded, fullyequipped riverside cabin with your very own private fishing waters. For other hassle-free hideaways, head over to page 207.

Lower Newcastle Napan Bay

Red Bank Sillikers

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Doaktown Boiestown

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WATERFRONT ENTERTAINMENT

CITY OF MIRAMICHI With Irish, Acadian and boriginal eoples in uences, iramichi offers a unique cultural experience surrounded by Atlantic anada’s great outdoors.

Fredericton

For full driving details, see your Tear-Out Map at the back of this Guide.

PLAN A ROAD TRIP YOUR WAY.

WHAT’S IN A NAME? Jacques Cartier was believed to have introduced the name “Miramichi” in 1535. It comes from the Montagnais words “Maissimeu Assi” which means Mi’kmaq Land.

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French Fort Cove Nature Park

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Giant Moose in Doaktown

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Eat like the locals

Relive memories of the Atlantic salmon you tried along the Miramichi River Route with this tasty recipe. The rustic cooking process adds a touch of authenticity, sure to impress your friends.

MIRAMICHI SALMON SPIT ½ lb. (227 g) butter 1 tsp. (5 ml) salt 1 tsp. (5 ml) pepper ½ tsp. (3 ml) dill dried 1 tbsp. (15 ml) lemon juice 10 lb. (4.5 kg) salmon (cleaned) 3 ft. (1 m) cheesecloth Slice the fish lengthwise along the belly. Clean the fish and place it onto a thin, wide splint of clean wood. Wrap the salmon in a double layer of cheesecloth. Combine the butter, salt, pepper, dill and lemon juice in a bowl. Rub both sides of the salmon with the butter mixture. Tie the salmon onto the splint and stick it into a soft spot of ground or sand so that the salmon is leaning or hanging towards the fire. Prop your splint up with another piece of wood for support. Cook until tender. Cooking time may vary from 1-4 hours depending on the intensity of the heat and the thickness of the fish.

Chef Jesse MacDonald from 1809 Restaurant & Bar in Miramichi shares his signature recipe for salmon here . . .

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MIRAMICHI RIVER, MCNAMEE

Leave your baggage behind

Being on the river is about connecting with yourself and nature. Let the rest go with the current.

Reel in the memories

As the saying goes, “You never step in the same river twice. hether you’re a rst timer or a long time angler, each visit comes with a new story to bring home.

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Quick release

When everything is quiet and the river is lapping around you, you’ll see what shing is really about: calming your soul.

Catch a feeling

Sometimes, it’s not even about the shing. People just seem to get hooked on the river.

Go fishing on the fly

shing vacation should be about more tackle and less hassle. From full service out tters to professional guides to lead the way, we have everything you need right here.

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FESTIVALS & EVENTS

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FISHERMEN’S POWWOW – SPIRIT OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP Have you ever been to a powwow? The chance to attend one is truly an honour and a showcase of many talents. Gather around as the First Nations people lead the celebration, acquainting you with their rituals of spirituality. Immerse yourself in their traditions of healing and sharing or watch on as dancers, singers, drummers and artists perform for the crowd. It will be an experience you won’t soon forget. Get the details at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

MAY Miramichi Striper Cup Miramichi Rotary Spring Fest Miramichi

JUNE Miramichi Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival Miramichi

JULY Canada’s Irish Festival on the Miramichi Miramichi

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Eel Ground First Nation – Natoaganeg Powwow Eel Ground

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Fishermen’s Powwow – Spirit of Peace and Friendship Miramichi

Miramichi Folksong Festival Miramichi

Miramichi Agricultural Exhibition Miramichi Nashwaak Musicfest Nashwaak Bridge Tay Creek Folk Festival Tay Creek

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Doaktown Annual Fair Doaktown

Napan Agricultural Show Napan Stanley Fair Stanley

OCTOBER Festival (506) Miramichi

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EXPERIENCES I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

You’ve Gotta Experience This! Our Miramichi road trip was just a sneak peek. Now it’s time to choose your own adventure. Use these Experiences to plan a unique tour of the Miramichi River Route. Just follow the numbers, symbols and map to go from one end of the drive to the other.

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at the Country Fair 1 Fun Napan Agricultural Show Be special guests at this 100% country fair where a farmer will guide you and your family through the events and the locals will welcome you warmly.

$29 224 South Napan Rd., Napan napan.ca/show 506-773-6204

on the Farm 2 Down 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.

$15 to $40 600 Route 11, Lower Newcastle macdonaldfarm.ca 506-778-6085

Big Canoe Adventure 3 Beaubears’ Beaubears Island Shipbuilding National Historic Site and Boishébert National Historic Site

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.

$20 35 St. Patrick’s Dr., Miramichi beaubearsisland.ca 506-622-8526

through Time 4 Tours Beaubears Island Shipbuilding National Historic Site and Boishébert National Historic Site

This boat trip into history takes you to a 19th-century shipbuilding site where ‘locals’ from the past tell the tales of our ancestry.

$20 to $25 35 St. Patrick’s Dr., Miramichi beaubearsisland.ca 506-622-8526

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Tales 5 Ship 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!

$15 Ritchie Wharf, Miramichi miramichiriverboattours.com 506-623-9821

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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.

$12 518 King George Hwy., Miramichi beaverbrookhouse.com 506-622-5572

Powwow 7 Fishermen’s Fishermen’s 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.

Free Waterford Green Park, Miramichi 506-424-1340

the Dark With the Headless Nun 8 Dare French Fort Cove Nature Park Go into the depths of French Fort Cove as you uncover the legend of the Headless Nun. Surprises await at every turn!

$10 1111 King George Hwy., Miramichi miramichi.org/en/visiting 1-866-990-9490

Feast & Fun 9 Folksong Miramichi Folksong Festival Enjoy a delicious meal, riverboat cruise, evening concert and jam session at Canada’s longest running folk festival!

$45 100 Newcastle Blvd., Miramichi miramichifolksongfestival.com 506-622-1780

Taste of Metepenagiag “Ookdotaan” 10 A 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.

$18.95 to $65.95 2156 Micmac Rd., Red Bank metpark.ca 1-888-380-3555

Retreats 11 Tipi 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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$65 to $95 2156 Micmac Rd., Red Bank metpark.ca 1-888-380-3555


EXPERIENCES I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

12 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 mouth-watering meal at the lodge.

$180 to $225 2260 Route 420, Sillikers upperoxbow.com 1-888-227-6100

Fishing 101 13 Bass Absolute Outfitters Cast a line for adventure with a professionally guided fishing excursion on the Miramichi River. ou’ll learn the basics of bass fishing from careful demonstration and helpful tips.

$50 to $100 48 Kersey Ln., Route 118, Doyles Brook absol te o tfitters com 506-622-3235

the Private Pools 14 Fish 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.

$190 601 Route 118, Gray Rapids vacationnewbrunswick.com 1-877-FLYHOOK (359-4665)

in Style on the Miramichi 15 Touring 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.

$275 601 Route 118, Gray Rapids vacationnewbrunswick.com 1-877-FLYHOOK (359-4665)

Play on Our River 16 Come Atlantic Salmon Museum Give your child a true Miramichi experience. ay campers ages 6-12 enjoy five days of making new friends, learning new skills fly tying, casting, canoe safety , and having fun on the river.

$125 263 Main St., Doaktown atlanticsalmonmuseum.com 506-365-7787

a Memory 17 Making Doak House Learn the bygone arts of weaving, butter making and rug hooking among the 19th-century surroundings of historic oak House. Costumed guides provide expert instruction.

$5 to $25 386 Main St., Doaktown 506-365-2026

Floatation on the 18 Glacial Miramichi River Wilson’s Four Season Resort

Learn about the glacial history of this famous river, then explore the natural surroundings firsthand with a tubing experience. End with a campfire and overnight stay for 4.

$279 23 Big Murphy Ln., McNamee wilsonscamps.nb.ca 1-877-365-7962

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to the World of Timbersports 19 Welcome 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!

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Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

$15 to $30 6342 Route 8, Boiestown woodmensmuseum.com 506-369-7214


THINGS TO DO I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

THINGS TO DO

You are Here!

MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

This map tracker will help you see where you are along the Miramichi River Route. Music plays a big part of the entertainment on the Miramichi, so hit up a festival or two 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 your ll of salmon and get a taste for the culture.

NAPAN BAY OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS NAPAN AGRICULTURAL SHOW Want the best experience? See page 193

LOWER NEWCASTLE HERITAGE STOPS MACDONALD FARM

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

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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 193

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ARTISTIC STOPS CARREFOUR BEAUSOLEIL (MIRAMICHI) – GALERIE ARTcadienne

THE RIVER IS JUST THE BEGINNING! Situated along the world-famous salmon-angling river, the city of iramichi 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.

Galerie ARTcadienne annually shows exhibitions of artists from New Brunswick, both amateur and professional. It’s possible to buy the pieces of art that are being displayed. 300 Beaverbrook Rd. 506-627-4220 lthibodeau@carbeau.ca

RITCHIE WHARF ART GALLERY

Fine art in a variety of mediums, including original paintings, watercolours, acrylics and oils. Explore the works of over 20 local artists! 85 Nortons Ln. 506-622-4642 info@miramichiartcore.ca miramichiartcore.ca

Contact us

506-623-2200/1-800-459-3131 tourism@miramichi.org discovermiramichi.com

EAST WIND GIFTS 506-778-0951

MIRAMICHI FOLKSONG FESTIVAL Want the best experience? See page 194

FOODIE STOPS NEWCASTLE FARMERS MARKET 506-622-4221

THE WATER STREET FARMERS MARKET miramichimarket.com

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HERITAGE STOPS

CARREFOUR BEAUSOLEIL (MIRAMICHI) – CULTURAL PROGRAMS

BEAUBEARS ISLAND SHIPBUILDING NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE AND BOISHÉBERT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Concerts from different disciplines music, theatre, stand-up comedy, variety are presented at Gilles Laplante Theatre annualy. 300 Beaverbrook Rd. 506-627-4220 lthibodeau@carbeau.ca $7 to $35

VOGUE THEATRE

NATIONAL HISTORIC SITES he 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 r. 506-622-8526/1-888-773-8888 info@beaubearsisland.ca BeaubearsIsland.ca Free ant the best experience See page 193

BEAVERBROOK HOUSE

WHALEN’S BARN 506-627-0987

GOLF STOPS MIRAMICHI GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

18 holes. Clubhouse, practice facilities, full bar, restaurant, pro shop. Open May to October. 930 ater St. 506-622-0696/506-962-1072 miramichigolfgm@gmail.com miramichigolfclub.ca $27 to $46

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PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE

Built in 1877, this is the boyhood home of Lord Beaverbrook. Learn about his life and historical Miramichi. 518 ing George Hwy. 506-622-5572 beaverbrookhouse@nb.aibn.com beaverbrookhouse.com $5 to $12 ant the best experience See page 194

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. 2345 ater St. 506-773-7505/506-773-9287 daley caroline@hotmail.com

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Built in the 1950’s, the historic ogue is now a hot spot for cultural expressions in Miramichi. Live theatre, bands and singer-songwriters, comedy and more. 50 Cunard St. 506-773-3151/506-625-1835 victor@ontheeastside.com


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MIRAMICHI HISTORY MUSEUM

W. S. LOGGIE CULTURAL MUSEUM

STATION WHARF MARINA

506-773-4996

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS MIRAMICHI BOATING AND YACHT CLUB

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. 506-778-4050/506-778-9106 miramichihistorymuseum@bellaliant.com discovermiramichi.com/directory/miramichihistory-museum $3

ST. MICHAEL’S MUSEUM AND GENEALOGICAL CENTRE

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Constructed in 1846, it has served as first episcopal residence and first Hotel- ieu hospital. It is now a museum. 10 Howard St. 506-778-5152 mmuseum@nbnet.nb.ca saintmichaelsmuseum.com

FISHERMEN‘S POWWOW – SPIRIT OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP

eep marina 52 berths for members and visitors on beautiful Miramichi River, offering security, fuel, ice, showers and washroom facilities. 9 Marina r. 506-773-9949 miramichiboatclub@yahoo.ca $20

PARK STOPS FRENCH FORT COVE NATURE PARK

MIRAMICHI RIVER BOAT TOURS

iscover Miramichi aboard the double-decker, Max Aitken tour boat as your colourful Acadian Captain tells stories of the river. Ledden Street 506-623-9821 jrhache06@hotmail.com miramichiriverboattours.com $10 to $15 Want the best experience? See page 194

Want the best experience? See page 194

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Station harf Marina Gateway to the Miramichi boating experience. Loggie rive 506-624-7300 info@stationwharfmarina.com stationwharfmarina.com $1 to $30

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Multi-season park with walking, hiking and biking trails. The park plays host to summer adventures and beautiful fall colours. ing George Highway 506-623-2158/1-800-459-3131 tourism@miramichi.org miramichi.org/en/attractions Want the best experience? See page 194


THINGS TO DO I MIRAMICHI RIVER ROUTE

RITCHIE WHARF PARK

QUIRKY STOPS MAURIE S MINI- UTT

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

MIRAMICHI FREESTYLE PARK

OSSOME CHARACTERS I E REAM

19-hole Mini-Putt with whimsical obstacles. 46 flavours of hard ice cream, dairy-free sorbet option, gluten-free cone option. Sorry, CASH ONLY. 1196 Water St. 506-424-7265 mauries.info@gmail.com mauries.ca $2.25 to $5.20

Put on a costume, have your picture taken, printed and receive a frame. Make your visit to Ritchie Wharf a memorable one. 84 Norton Ln. 506-627-9838 ossomecharacters@gmail.com facebook.com/ossomecharacters $15 to $25

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

CITY OF MIRAMICHI

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UPPER OXBOW OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

MIRAMICHI SALMON CONSERVATION CENTRE

COUNTRY HAVEN LODGE

506-622-1781

DOYLES BROOK OUTDOOR ADVENTURE STOPS ABSOLUTE OUTFITTERS Salmon fishing, hunting, conferences, canoeing, kayaking, fly-fishing instruction. Nestled on the riverbank overlooking the Miramichi River for over 100 years. 2260 Route 420 506-622-8834/1-888-227-6100 adventures@upperoxbow.com upperoxbow.com $100 to $250 ant the best experience See page 195

orld-class, all-inclusive fishing packages on the world-famous Miramichi River. Guided fishing, canoeing, kayaking tours. ay and multi-day packages available. 601 Route 118 506-843-9010/1-877-359-4665 flyhook@nbnet.nb.ca vacationnewbrunswick.com $175 ant the best experience See page 195

HERITAGE STOPS

Stunning, traditional Miramichi outfitters lodge on the Miramichi River. Bear hunting, salmon fishing, bass fishing. Homecooked hearty meals, knowledgable guides. Off-season lodge rental available. 48 ersey Ln. 506-622-3235/506-622-3756 amy@absolute-outfitters.com absolute-outfitters.com $50 to $350 ant the best experience See page 195

METEPENAGIAG HERITAGE PARK

GALLAN’S MIRAMICHI RIVER TUBING

STEWART’S TUBING 506-836-7436

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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 ant the best experience See page 194

A beautiful stretch of Miramichi River to tube on. Shuttle service from signup to launch point. ash/changerooms. A variety of comfortable river tubes. 48 ersey Ln., Route 118 506-622-3756/506-622-3235 amy@absolute-outfitters.com miramichirivertubing.com

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Showcase for traditional and original Miramichi music. Museum artefacts, antique shop and performance stage for local musicians and theatre group. 46 Memory Ln. 506-625-3544 bernie.colepaugh@gmail.com miramichifolklorepark.com


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Visit the Doak House and note the architectural importance of its buildings and the richness of its original furniture. 386 Main St. 506-365-2026/506-365-7787 doak.museum@nb.aibn.com atlanticsalmonmuseum.com Want the best experience? See page 195

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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.

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WILSON’S FOUR SEASON RESORT 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 $30 Want the best experience? See page 196 orld-class fishing and hunting and other outdoor adventures including canoeing and tubing on the spectacular Miramichi River. Snowmobiling in winter. 23 Big Murphy Ln. 506-365-7962/1-877-365-7962 wilsons@nbnet.nb.ca wilsonscamps.nb.ca $60 to $120 Want the best experience? See page 195

CITY OF FREDERICTON

For a complete listing of things to see and do in the city of Fredericton, see page 160 in the River Valley Scenic Drive.

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Miramichi River Route ACCOMMODATIONS

All CAA/AAA rated properties must meet the same basic requirements for cleanliness and hospitality. A rating o one to e dia onds tells isitors what type of experience to expect, from no-frills to highly personalized.

Riverside cabins, spectacular wilderness cottages, shing lodges and signature hotels. ake your pick, we have them all and your spot is ust a call away.

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

DOAKTOWN AREA Porter Cove, Storeytown 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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Days Inn 201 Edward St., MIRAMICHI 506-622-1215/1-866-463-0748 munn.hotel201@gmail.com daysinn.ca $89 to $175 Econo Lodge 365 Pleasant St., MIRAMICHI 506-773-3344/1-800-4CHOICE (424-6423) jaedoo22@hanmail.net econolodgemiramichi.ca $70 to $119 Governor’s Mansion Inn 62 St. Patrick’s Dr., MIRAMICHI 506-622-3036/1-877-647-2642 reservations@governorsmansion.ca governorsmansion.ca $99 to $179

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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:

Miramichi River Route CAMPGROUNDS After a day on the river, make s’mores around the camp re at one of our family-friendly sites.

Good Sam is a campground rating system. The three-number rating that accompanies each campground gives the visitors a snapshot of the campgrounds amenities, cleanliness and environment.

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MIRAMICHI AREA Derby Junction, Lower Newcastle, Red Bank (Metepenagiag First Nation) Enclosure Campground & Resort 8 Enclosure Rd., DERBY JUNCTION 506-622-8638/1-844-609-9660 enclosur@nbnet.nb.ca enclosurecampground.com $30 to $35

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APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE Unleash the outdoor enthusiast within – this is where they belong. The Appalachian Range Route is a natural haven that keeps urban amenities close at hand. From epic feats of athleticism on the mountain biking trails to super laid-back strolls along the beautiful Campbellton waterfront, this region will leave you breathless.

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You’ve Gotta Experience This!

dmire the splendour of the estigouche iver and s uee e in a y shing adventure as if you hadn’t made that your priority .

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RESTIGOUCHE RIVER

RESTIGOUCHE RIVER, NEAR CITY OF CAMPBELLTON

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The Appalachian Adventure 3-4 Days | 255 km (159 mi.) This road trip calls for an altitude adjustment. Some of the world’s oldest mountains are right here in our backyard and now’s your chance to hike, bike and paddle through them. We’ll guide you from the mountain tops to the canoe’s-eye-view of the scenery below and top things o with campfire tales told under the stars. Ready to roll? Let’s go! OR MORE ROAD TRIP IDEAS, ISIT US ON INE

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WHERE YA STAYIN’? A night spent in a Mount Carleton Provincial Park Heritage Cabin is the ultimate way to stay close to nature. For other woodsy dwellings, check out page 227.

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SWEET STATS With more than 35 maple operations and 25 artisanal sugar shacks, Saint-Quentin is the Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada. Each year New Brunswick produces 1.8 million kilograms of syrup for domestic and international sale.

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Eat like the locals

Chef Edit Horvàth combines her knowledge of traditional Hungarian soups and stews with New Brunswick’s fresh, local ingredients to create this savoury squash soup. Whip up a batch to serve as a starter or on its own with fresh bread on the side.

SPICY BUTTERNUT SQUASH CREAM SOUP 1 tbsp. (15 ml) vegetable oil 1 onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, chopped 4 stalks of celery, diced 1 cup (250 ml) fresh cilantro, chopped 1 full butternut squash, cubed 2-3 tomatoes, cubed 1 tbsp. (15 ml) salt, to taste ½ tbsp. (8 ml) pepper, to taste 2 tsp. (10 ml) ground coriander 1 tsp. (5 ml) ground cumin 1 tsp. (5 ml) lemon zest 1 tsp. (5 ml) curry 1 tsp. (5 ml) ground ginger 8-10 cups of chicken or vegetable broth ½ can of coconut milk Set the broth aside. Cook the remaining ingredients on medium heat until tender (about 15-20 minutes). Add broth and cook for another 15-20 minutes. Blend it all together carefully with a hand blender (it’ll be hot!). Return the purée to a pot, add in the coconut milk and bring to a quick boil. Garnish with chopped cilantro and serve!

Chef Edit Horvàth

Edit’s Hungarian roots are on full display at Café Europa, her restaurant in Campbellton. Stop in for more locally inspired twists on her traditional family recipes.

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M UNT ARLET N R VIN IAL AR , NEAR SAINT-QUENTIN

Unlimited fresh air

Breathe deep. Bonding with nature will do wonders to restore your spirit. Ahhh . . .

A reason to push yourself The bigger the challenge, the greater the triumph. Imagine how you’ll feel after making Mount Carleton’s 820-metre (420-foot) climb!

A chance to expand your horizons

Conquering the highest peak in the Maritimes is an experience that gives you serious bragging rights. And you never know, you may even tap into another side of yourself along the way.

THE PERKS OF THE HIGHEST PEAK

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The mental reboot

There’s scientific proof that hiking improves your mood, reduces stress and clears your head. Sometimes you need to unplug, ya know?

The best seat in the house

There’s no better spot to take in the rolling sea of green below. The magnificent views may come as no surprise but the feeling they’ll give you will be completely unexpected.

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ADRENALINE BIKE FESTIVAL 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. Get the details at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

APRIL Les Folies du Palais Saint-Quentin Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada Festival Saint-Quentin

MAY Trout Festival Balmoral

JUNE Campbellton Salmon Festival Campbellton

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Fiddles on the Tobique Nictau

JULY Adrenaline Bike Festival Atholville Festival Western de Saint-Quentin Inc. Saint-Quentin

AUGUST Campbellton Bluegrass Festival Campbellton

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Eel River Crossing River Festival Eel River Crossing

SEPTEMBER Campbellton Harvest Festival Campbellton

OCTOBER Kedgwick Fall Festival Kedgwick

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EXPERIENCES I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

You’ve Gotta Experience This! The Appalachian Adventure took you from city stops to mountain top but your visit to the region isn’t complete without trying this setting speci c perience.

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Biking Adventure 1 Mountain 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!

$49.99 596 Val-d’Amour Rd. (Sugarloaf Provincial Park), Atholville parcsugarloafpark.ca/bikepark 506-789-2366

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This map tracker will help you see where you are along the Appalachian Range Route. Looking for something to do here? There’s a ‘Range’ of possibilities to choose from. See an ancient volcano in Sugarloaf Provincial Park. Check out the beaches and canoeing hot spots. Clap along at a bluegrass festival and more!

DALHOUSIE For a complete listing of things to see and do in the Dalhousie area, see page 101 in the Acadian Coastal Drive section.

MCLEODS GOLF STOPS RESTIGOUCHE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB 506-789-7628

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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, shing, 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.

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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

HERITAGE STOPS RESTIGOUCHE RIVER EXPERIENCE CENTRE

The Restigouche River Experience Centre offers a cultural, culinary, intellectual, historical and lodging experience inspired by the majestic Restigouche River. 1 Riverview Dr. 506-789-2850/1-844-787-3701 rvcampingvr@campbellton.org campbellton.org

QUIRKY STOPS SALMON PLAZA MONUMENT Restigouche Sam is an 8.5-m (27.8-ft.) larger-than-life replica of the Atlantic Salmon situated on the City of Campbellton’s Waterfront Esplanade, along the Restigouche River. Salmon Boulevard, on the Waterfront 506-789-2700

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Explore a 1930s heritage logging village. Lumbering techniques, logging days folklore and old-fashioned treats and refreshment. 7989 Route 17 506-284-3138 villageetmuseeforestier.ca@gmail.com villageetmuseeforestier.ca/at-the-heart $10 to $30

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TIDE HEAD

This is the Fiddlehead Capital of the World. The Restigouche, a Canadian Heritage River, is its main attraction.

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SAINT-QUENTIN Atlantic Canada’s maple capital! Discover the highest point of the Maritimes, Mount Carleton, and travel down the Restigouche River.

PARK STOPS MORRISSEY ROCK PARK AND SCENIC LOOKOUT

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

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NATURE STOPS INTERNATIONAL APPALACHIAN TRAIL TIDE EAD T ERT -AND VER 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

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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 canoerestigouche@gmail.com canoerestigouche.ca/home.html $25

Find out more online at TourismNewBrunswick.ca

ATHOLVILLE Sugarloaf Provincial Park

A year-round recreational park; home to Atlantic anada s onl li serviced mo ntain bike park and a great ski hill for winter sports enthusiasts. Val d Amo r Rd 506-789-2366/1-800-561-0123 sugarloaf@gnb.ca parcsugarloafpark.ca Free

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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. 506-235-3015/506-235-3155 lionnelca@nb.sympatico.ca

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T E LD TRAIN STATI N T URIST ENTRE

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 ctag@saintquentin.nb.ca saintquentinnb.com

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Plaster Rock

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.

Le long de la rivière Tobique au cœur de la route de la chaîne des Appalaches, une destination rêvée pour l’amateur de plein air et une escapade au parc provincial du mont Carleton. Des événements tels le Festival des violoneux sur la Tobique, Plaster Rock Summerfest et les championnats mondiaux de hockey sur glace naturelle ont donné à Plaster Rock sa renommée internationale.

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PLASTER ROCK Nestled along the Tobique River, this truly New Brunswick village is a prime destination for outdoor adventure including canoeing, kayaking and hockey.

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.

SAINT-QUENTIN (ELDON) Mount Carleton Provincial Park

PERTH-ANDOVER For a complete listing of things to see and do in the Perth-Andover area, see page 153 in the River Valley Scenic Drive section.

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Mount Carleton boasts the highest peak in the Maritimes; offering diverse camping, heritage cabins, fishing, canoeing, wildlife observation and 62 km (38.5 mi.) of hiking trail networks. 7612 Route 385 506-235-0793/1-800-561-0123 mt.carleton@gnb.ca parcsnbparks.ca Starting from $10


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Appalachian Range Route ACCOMMODATIONS

All CAA/AAA rated properties must meet the same basic requirements for cleanliness and hospitality. A rating o one to e dia onds tells isitors what type of experience to expect, from no-frills to highly personalized.

Start your day with a cup of coffee and a glorious view of the mountains. Bed and breakfasts, hotels, inns or cottages, the choices may vary but one thing is the same: you’ll be welcomed wherever you go.

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

CAMPBELLTON & AREA Campbellton, Tide Head BED AND BREAKFAST

Maison McKenzie House 31 Andrew St., CAMPBELLTON 506-753-3133/1-800-477-9122 michelbujold2013@hotmail.com bbcanada.com/4384.html $75 to $90

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Sanfar Resort & Restaurant 506-753-4287

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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

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Super 8 Motel 26 Duke St., CAMPBELLTON 506-753-8080/1-800-953-5005 info@super8campbellton.com super8campbellton.com $69 to $275

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Comfort Inn 506-753-4121

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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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O’Regal Restaurant & Motel Ltée 506-284-2196

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PLASTER ROCK & AREA Plaster Rock, Riley Brook COTTAGES/VACATION HOMES

Bears Lair Cottage 506-356-8351

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Settler’s Inn & Motel 141 Main St., PLASTER ROCK 506-356-9000/1-888-273-4133 settlers@nbnet.nb.ca settlersinn.com/index.html $99 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 506-235-3350/1-877-235-3350 durepos@yahoo.com bbdurepos.com/en/bienvenue.php $109 to $150

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Chalets Appalaches 506-235-1100

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Auberge Évasion de rêves 506-235-3551

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CAMPGROUNDS I APPALACHIAN RANGE ROUTE

CAMPBELLTON AREA — SAINT-QUENTIN

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:

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!

Good Sam is a campground rating system. The three-number rating that accompanies each campground gives the visitors a snapshot of the campgrounds amenities, cleanliness and environment.

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 Campbellton RV Camping 1 Riverview Dr., CAMPBELLTON 506-789-2850/1-844-787-3701 rvcampingvr@campbellton.org campbellton.org $33 to $48

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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 506-356-6077/506-356-6075 sharkrec@nb.aibn.com plasterrockvillage.com $22 to $30

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SAINT-QUENTIN (ELDON) Mount Carleton Provincial Park 7612 Route 385, SAINT-QUENTIN (ELDON) 506-235-0793/1-800-561-0123 mt.carleton@gnb.ca parcsugarloafpark.ca $28 to $150

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ˇ – activity centre ª – playground ´ – Internet/Wi-Fi ¿ – propane

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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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