New Brunswick

Mount Carleton Provincial Park

Mount Carleton Provincial Park spans more than 17,000 ha (42,000 acres) and is home to more wild animal species than any other place in the province. A hikers paradise, Mount Carleton Provincial...

Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park

Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park is located along the shores of the Madawaska River and offers over 150 campsites. Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park provides visitors with...

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery of Fredericton is open to the public 7 days of the week in summer, and 6 days a week fall, winter, and spring. The permanent collection was established in 1959 and has...

New River Beach Provincial Park

New River Beach Provincial Park located within New Brunswick's coastal islands along the Bay of Fundy provides visitors an endless supply of recreational activities. The unsupervised salt-water...

New Brunswick Museum

The New Brunswick Museum is located in Saint John, New Brunswick and is one of Canada's oldest continuing museums. The New Brunswick Museum, like many large museums, is home to several permanent...

Sugarloaf Provincial Park

Sugarloaf Provincial Park located in Campbellton, New Brunswick is home to a large natural forest, an extinct volcano known as Sugarloaf Mountain and two lakes; Prichard Lake and Smith Lake.

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For the ultimate Bay of Fundy eco-experience - there’s nothing quite like the Fundy Trail. New Brunswick’s Experts Choice and one of...

King's Landing is a representation of rural New Brunswick from the period of 1780-1910. King's Landing was created around buildings that were saved and moved to make way for the head pond for the...