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Dip more than just your toes into this region.

Jump into the warmest saltwater beaches in Canada; follow the music to the richness of Acadian culture; camp by the sea or explore a provincial park. A seaside treasure, Kent County and the Southeast region is equal parts warm water and friendly people.

All along the coastline from Kouchibouguac to Sackville, you’ll experience the rich expression of Acadian culture that keeps visitors coming back for more. From Pays de la Sagouine in Bouctouche, to the vibrant community of Shediac and Monument Lefebvre in Memramcook, the music, food, heritage, and people invite you to partake with warm hospitality. 

And yes, the swimming is just as welcoming. Warm saltwater beaches invite you to jump right on in. But you don't have to get wet. From sand dunes and cycling to canoeing and camping, this coastal region is bursting with shoreside activity and seaside escapes. With a national park (Kouchibouguac), two provincial parks (Parlee and Murray Beach) and a waterfowl park (Sackville), you can explore natural New Brunswick your way. 

It’s all enough to make a traveller hungry! Perfect. Because this region is also known for outstanding seafood. Find fried clams in roadside canteens, and lobster rolls in seaside restaurants. You’ll always be satisfied in this cultural gem of a region.