New Brunswick Information
New Brunswick, home to less than one million inhabitants and standing as the third smallest Canadian province, abounds with destinations worth visiting, like Robinsonville, Edmundston, Bathurst, Grand Falls, Miramichi, Renous, Bouctouche, Moncton, Woodstock, Fredericton, St. John, and St. Andrews.
New Brunswick offers so much for everyone to enjoy. Visit the Irving Nature Park, located just seven minutes from the city of Saint John. The park is a retreat of marsh and forest, beaches and trails. With eight walking trails and a boardwalk that extends into the salt marsh, you can watch the harbor seals diving for food or sunning on the rocks from the Seal Observation Deck.
Another favorite is the historic Garrison district located in Fredericton. In 1784, Fredericton became the British military operations headquarters and remained so until after the Canadian Confederation in 1867. This is a favorite site of history buffs.
Kingsbrae Garden, located in St. Andrews allows you to immerse yourself in vistas of over 50,000 perennials in many themed gardens, explore the cedar maze, let the alpacas amuse you and marvel at "Pericles," Canada's first Wollemi pine tree. Play a game of croquet or bocce ball on the lawn or indulge in a fun treasure hunt (from tiny tots and up) at any time. In July and August, daily at 10:30 a.m., enjoy the Live Ladybug Release and free children's activities at 1:30 p.m. in the Children's Fantasy Garden-complete with four playhouses, a Loch Ness monster, grass bed to jump on and a climbing castle!