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ABOUT New Brunswick...

The Province of New Brunswick is called the “Picture Province” and is the largest of Canada’s three Maritime Provinces, bounded by Quebec to the north, Maine, USA to the South and Nova Scotia to the East.

The Confederation Bridge also connects New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island.

New Brunswick is the gateway for most travelers travelling throughout Canada and the United States heading to other Atlantic provinces by automobile.

The Saint John River, often referred to as the Rhine of North America, creates a province-long valley, the Miramichi, the Restigouche, St. Croix, Salmon,Nepisiguit and Tobique rivers are popular with water sportsman such as anglers, white-water rafters and sailors. Grand, Magaguadavic, Chiputneticook and Oromocto Lakes are good for outdoor adventures.

Visitors to New Brunswick find natural wonders such as the World’s highest tides at the Bay of Fundy and a peaceful retreat at the Fundy Isles.

The Hopewell Rocks are amazing rock formations that have been carved by the World’s highest tides. New Brunswick also offers some of the best whale watching in the world, where whale watchers find more kinds of whales, more often than anywhere else does. Up to 15 species of toothed and baleen whales call the Bay of Fundy home.

New Brunswick has 2400 kilometers of breathtaking coastline and one of the last great sand dunes on the northeastern coast of North America. The province is a sanctuary for migratory shorebirds and nesting grounds for the endangered piping plover. The eastern shore with the gentle waters of the Northumberland Strait offers some of the warmest saltwater beaches north of Virginia,USA.

New Brunswick Provincial Parks have their own uniqueness with Mount Carleton offering the highest peak in the Maritimes (820 miles) with 17,427 hectares. This is the largest natural site in New Brunswick offering a bend of mountains, valley rivers and wilderness. Great for fishing, canoeing or swimming. Kouchibouquac National Park offers a blend of sand dunes, salt marshes, rivers, forests , fields and endless stretches of the warm saltwater beaches.

The Fundy National Park is a 206 sq km park that offers spectacular views of the Bay of Fundy, home of the highest tides in the world.

New Brunswick in Figures

  • New Brunswick has a population of about 757,000 people and covers an area of 77,440 sq. km The Province of New Brunswick is about 242 kilometers, (150 miles) from west to east and 322 kilometers, (200 miles), north to south.
  • New Brunswick has four seasons with highs ranging from 90F (32C) in summer and -30F (-36C) in winter with August being the driest month of the year.
  • New Brunswick is the only province that offers a taste of what Canada has to offer, all in one unique province. From its forests and mountains in the North, to the ocean and beaches in the East. From its fishing and hunting in summer to many miles of winter fun, with its many festivals and unique cultures and hundreds of day adventures and multi-adventure operators throughout the province so why not let New Brunswick be your next vacation destination.




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