Welcome to New Brunswick
New Brunswick is known as the Picture Province for good reason. There are so many photogenic sites to behold, from the lighthouses on the rocky coast to the colorful seaside towns, that you may not have time to capture them all. The province’s surrounding waterways enhance its photogenic qualities.
Scenic St. John & Beyond
Located along the Bay of Fundy, Saint John is the province’s largest city. Canada’s longest-running farmers market, the City Market, provides a charming introduction to the foods and crafts of this region. The region’s natural beauty can be explored at Reversing Falls and King’s Square. Celebrate New Brunswick’s cultural heritage by exploring the small towns of the Acadia region. Here, French foods, language and culture still thrive.
Tidepools and Natural Treasures
Marvel at the world’s highest tides with a visit to the Bay of Fundy. During low tide, you can walk along the ocean floor, looking for treasures in the tide pools. As the tides come in, the waters deepen, providing paddlers a unique landscape to explore. Nearby Fundy National Park offers over 62 miles of trails, passing waterfalls and pristine lakes and taking hikers through the verdant Acadian forest.
With over 4,350 miles of shoreline and 1,000 lakes, New Brunswick is a prime destination for watersports. Paddlers won’t want to miss Hopewell Rocks, where towering rock spires rise to 70 feet above the Bay of Fundy. Anglers can head to the Miramichi River for abundant salmon fishing in a stunning environment. Take a ride along the St. John River for a memorable way to experience New Brunswick.