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Condo-chalets, cottages, motel and Via134 bistro-bar at the doorstep to Kouchibouguac National Park. Nestled in the Acadian forest, the Resort boasts trails connecting your room to the park's famous biking, hiking, walking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and fat-bike trails, and beaches in the summer with the warmest waters North of Virginia. Centrally located between Miramichi and Moncton, minutes to Richibucto wharf and major attractions in Rexton, Bouctouche and Shediac, "The Lobster Capital of the World".
Bike through the foothills and backcountry connected with the Appalachian mountain range. With 17 hiking, mountain biking and snowshoeing trails of various levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced and expert) in the Edmundston area, adventure awaits you. Each season showcases its own spectacular landscapes and vistas along the trails, and makes any time of year a great way to explore the natural beauty of the legendary Republic of Madawaska."It was so nice to spend some time with friends and family in NB. I really have to get back more.
Two exciting galleries promoting the fine art and craft of over 100 artisans await you at Serendipin' Art in beautiful downtown Saint Andrews. One gallery features a collection of fine art, craft and jewellery while the other offers larger, original works of fine art, furniture and sculpture, all from New Brunswick and the Maritimes.Distinctive jewellery in gold, silver, pewter, glass, ceramic and beach glass is waiting to be discovered.
At intersection of Routes 108 and 109. Air-conditioned rooms, studios, and cottages with full kitchens. Gift shop on site. Breakfast complementary (seasonal). Next door to public swimming, tennis, campground, nature trails, Tobiqueplex arena & fitness centre, 9-hole golf course, snowmobile trail. Free WIFI. Last motel before Mount Carleton Provincial Park. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hunting, hiking, golf available. Home of World Pond Hockey annual event.
Nearly a century and a half of charm and hospitality awaits you at Shadow Lawn Inn. Full service amenities, award-winning cuisine, restful accommodations in newly renovated rooms, peaceful seclusion and friendly staff will make your stay truly memorable in the historic town of Rothesay.Fresh continental breakfast included with your stay. Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, free parking and access to the scenic Kennebecasis River. Perfect for active travelers. Located just 10 minutes from the Saint John airport and 10 minutes from city centre.
Shamrock Suites is centrally located in Florenceville-Bristol, in a 19th century home along the beautiful Saint John River Valley. With the addition of Shamrock Train Inn, we offer first-rate accommodations for business and leisure travellers looking for something a little different along the way. It has been our pleasure to host guests since 2007, and we have even more to offer with the addition of two suites, with amenities, on the ground floor. Call today to make Shamrock Suites "Your Home away from Home."
From rustic to glamping, from relaxing to hiking.
You can push the pause button on life. You can escape the routine. It’s called camping. And there are few better ways to slow down, breathe deeply, and enjoy the pleasures of having nothing at all weighing on your mind. Even with a pack weighing gently on your back. New Brunswick’s forests, rivers, lakes, and seashores—in both our provincial and national parks—are stunningly beautiful places to find your peace. Your quiet. Yourself.
Built in 1935, this covered bridge is 26 m (84 ft.) in length. Driving directions: 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.).
Stop at the Visitor Information Centre in Shediac to receive FREE information about this region of the province, such as: • Travel assistance and itinerary planning • New Brunswick official travel map and touring guide • Information about events, attractions and festivals The Centre is located in Rotary Park, where visitors can find a giant lobster sculpture, numerous shops, kayaking, stand-up paddle board, picnic tables and washrooms that are wheelchair accessible. Services are available in English and French.
Created from a single log, the World's Largest Semi-palmated Sandpiper statue dominates Main Street in the picturesque village of Dorchester. It is a detailed replica of a Semi-palmated sandpiper. These shorebirds flock to the region in great numbers every summer en route to their South American winter habitat. They come to feed on the plentiful mud shrimp found in Shepody Bay. This incredible statue is called Shep, because Shepody Bay is visible from where Shep stands. Monty MacMillan of Oromocto created the sculpture, using chainsaws of various sizes.
The Shepody Bay Inn is a four-star, 10-room accommodation located along the mighty Bay of Fundy, a five-minute drive to The Hopewell Rocks, half hour to Fundy National Park and close to all attractions. Road side rooms have two beds and bay side rooms have one queen bed, whirlpool tub and private balcony. All rooms have private baths. Enjoy free continental breakfast in our sunny dining room overlooking Shepody Bay.
Built in 1903, this covered bridge is 19 m (61 ft.) in length. Driving directions: Route 2, Exit 446, Route 128 East 6.6 km (4 mi.), Exit 3, Route 15 South - Wheeler Boulevard - 3 km (1.8 mi.), Route 114 South 65.7 km (40.8 mi.), onto Midway Road.
PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Elisha Andrews, High Sheriff of Charlotte County and son of the Loyalist Reverend Samuel Andrews, built this lovely home in 1820. The house is recognized for its arcitectural value in illustrating the neo-classical style in New Brunswick. The finely detailed rooms display period furniture drawn from the provincial collection. Costumed guides provide tours that interpret early nineteenth century living. Tea is served daily between 2 and 3:30 p.m.
Discover this hidden gem for yourself as you travel 2 km (1.2 mi.) alongside the Shiktehawk stream.Bridges and steps have been constructed in steeper areas and over tributary brooks. It is perfect for hiking and mountain biking, snowshoeing or a casual walk.The trail showcases many species of trees and plants making it a nature-lovers paradise with year-round enjoyment for all. A covered picnic table is provided at the trail head. Remember if you pack it in, pack it out.The trail was developed in 1997 under the Rural Experience Program.
Enjoy a guided tour of a restored 1914 CPR station, a train car renovated into a fine dining restaurant and two train cars that have been beautifully transformed into an Inn. Children will have fun on the outside train-themed play structure. The Shogomoc Railway Museum and Welcome Centre offers RV parking, public washrooms, access to walking trails and a gift shop filled with locally crafted products and souvenirs. Create memories that last a lifetime.
Thousands of kilometres of waterways to discover.
When you’re just inches from the surface of the water, and gliding silently through it, you and the natural world you’re exploring become one. In New Brunswick, there are swift rivers and calm ones, scenic coastlines, picturesque lakes, and placid bays. And of course, there’s the world-famous Bay of Fundy, with the highest tides in the world to rise and fall with. Each voyage offers a unique experience. Each satisfies a different one of your desires. And all are at your bow. So get ready to be moved.