Family Fun in Canada’s Northeast
Take a trip to the past, then visit the future, in Canada’s Northeast provinces. From the house of Green Gables in Cavendish to the bold cityscapes of Toronto, Canada’s eastern regions are a mix of historic sites and forward-looking urban development.
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Fredericton is steeped in history, art and culture with exceptional shopping, top-notch golf and exemplary entertainment. Experience life’s wild side at the Bay of Fundy with the highest tides in the world; drive along Fundy Coast to Cape Enrage with its rugged lighthouse and perilous reefs with six shipwrecks visible.
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Cape Spear Lighthouse, Newfoundland’s oldest lighthouse, is located at North America’s most easterly point; nearby, Signal Hill overlooks the Atlantic. Terra Nova National Park’s floating icebergs, scenic coastlines and rustic fishing village add to the area’s rugged charm. Gros Morne National Park’s stark beauty comprises forests and fjords mingling among the oldest mountains on earth.
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Explore Northern Cape Brenton Island’s miner’s museum, and whale interpretative. Travel to the Eastern Shore for Fisherman’s Cove before visiting Halifax, home of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, and the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame. South Shore boasts the Acadian Museum, and the Fisheries Museums of the Atlantic.
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Discover adventure in Thunder Bay at the Blue Point Amethyst Mine, Fort William Historical Park, and Founders’ Museum. Take Canada’s most scenic route along the shores of Lake Superior to Sault Ste. Marie, one of the oldest settlements in North America. Ottawa is teeming with museums breweries and upscale neighborhoods.
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Sherkston Shores Carefree RV Resort
Port Colborne, ON
Prince Edward Island
Experience island magic as you soak up the sun, build a sandcastle or enjoy an evening stroll along the shoreline. Grab your bike or boots and hit the Confederation Trail for a total tip-to-tip island experience. Avonlea Village and the Anne of Green Gables Heritage Site bring back memories.
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Delve into Montreal’s sophisticated nightlife and fascinating history before escaping into romantic Old Montreal, and Old Port. Chemin du Roy, Canada’s oldest highway links Montreal to Quebec City via pastoral landscapes and quiet views along the St Lawrence River. Parliament Hills is an architectural treasure, and Old Quebec flourishes with European charm.
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