New Brunswick is any visitor’s delight in terms of the number of things to do and see nearby their motels and inns. Check out these attractive places to visit in New Brunswick.
Bay of Fundy
The Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick is a prime tourists site. It has a coastline of dramatic cliffs, sea caves and delightful rock formations. The tides of the Bay of Fundy are the highest in the world, and their rise and fall create natural phenomena that include Moncton’s tidal bore and Saint John’s famous Reversing Falls.
Fundy National Park
Fundy National Park is a stretch of undeveloped forest coastline roughly midway between Moncton and Saint John that visitors can enjoy year-round. Hiking, bird watching, skiing during winter, camping, swimming, and golfing are some of the things to do around the park.
The Fundy Trail Parkway
The Fundy Trail Parkway is a scenic coastal drive that lies northeast of Saint John. A 110-kilometre pedestrian and bicycle trail parallels the drive. Visitors will also love the 84-metre (275-foot) suspension footbridge across the Big Salmon River. In St. Martins, there are covered bridges, sea caves and kayak tours.
This place has a tiny lighthouse dating back to 1838 that sits atop rugged cliffs at Cape Enrage, providing a panoramic view over the Bay of Fundy. Cape Enrage has an outdoor activity center, where enthusiasts can learn to rappel, zipline, rock climb, and kayak.
Roosevelt Campobello International Park
Campobello Island is accessible via ferries from mainland New Brunswick or by bridge from Lubec, Maine, U.S.A. The historic Roosevelt summer estate is the centrepiece of Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Its main structure is a 34-room cottage, where the Roosevelts summered from 1905 until 1921.
This is New Brunswick’s premier botanical garden. A stroll through the gardens reveals a windmill, historic playhouses, a cedar maze, peacocks, ponds, an apple orchard, woodland trails, formal terraces and an entire section for children featuring small playhouses, a climbing castle, rabbits, and a corral with alpacas and goats.
These are just some of the attractive places a visitor to New Brunswick can see when on vacation. Connect with us for more information.