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One of three Canadian Maritime Provinces, New Brunswick may be best known for its Bay of Fundy; if you are interested in seeing this natural wonder, book one of our fabulous Saint John waterfront hotels before or after your cruise. To see Magnetic Hill's amazing optical illusion while attending a major concert, select a discount Moncton hotel. For the greatest array of accommodations and prices that won't break the bank, our New Brunswick Hotel Guide is just what you need.

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Fundy National Park

A guided beach tour is recommended in order to understand the Bay of Fundy’s highest tides in the world; a most incredible panorama can be viewed at Dickson Falls Lookout. Fishing and swimming are pleasing pastimes at Bennett Lake, and birding is popular along the Atlantic migration flyway.  Hit the links at a challenging 9-hole, par 70 course, follow one of 6 mountain biking trails, and enjoy the activity at a beaver pond at dusk. Watch for the oldest documented Red Spruce on Earth!  Find Hotels near Fundy National Park.

Kouchibouguac National Park

A Northumberland Strait coast provides this park with water-related recreation and wildlife galore! It hosts colonies of harbour and grey seals – taking the Voyageur Canoe Adventure is the perfect way to see them. Kellys Beach Boardwalk, one of several easy walking trails and arguably the most popular, allows you to explore the fragile barrier island dunes. Sixty km of cycling paths are always popular with both hikers and cyclists. Enjoy canoeing/kayaking, swimming, camping, bird watching and 60 km of cycling paths; 22 km of cross-country ski trails are groomed and 3 trails are marked specifically for snowshoeing. Clear winter nights bring excellent sky gazing at this Dark Sky Preserve. Find Hotels near Kouchibouguac National Park.

Mactaquac Provincial Park

Mactaquac is found on the banks of the St. John River, boasting freshwater beaches perfect for sunbathing, windsurfing and fishing. Other park features include sailboat and powerboat marinas and an 18-hole provincial golf course offering club rental and a pro shop. The Great Canadian Beaver Pond Voyage, a guided walk through a pristine nature reserve, allows you to see artfully constructed dams and lodges. Find Hotels near Mactaquac Provincial Park.

Sugarloaf Provincial Park

An iconic hike to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain is a must-do, and you will be rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic vista. The 4-km Terry Fox Trail winds about the base of the mountain; 12 Alpine ski trails and a terrain park including a half-pipe, 22 km of cross-country ski trails along Prichard Lake and a 32 km snowmobile trails system are featured, along with a ski school staffed by certified instructors. An amazing mountain bike park is reached by chair-lift. Find Hotels near Sugarloaf Provincial Park.

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New Brunswick Overview

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New Brunswick is located in southeastern Canada, just north of the U.S. state of Maine. Although it is considered one of the three Canadian Maritime Provinces, enveloped by the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the north and east, with its eastern coast protected by the Nova Scotia Peninsula, New Brunswick presents a more continental climate. Most of its 750,000 people reside in the southern third of New Brunswick, and much of the province is heavily forested.

Moncton, resting on the banks of the Petitcodiac River, is the largest metro area and officially bilingual. Visitors love Magnetic Hill, which boasts an optical illusion that you are walking uphill when in fact you are going downhill! The Hill’s outdoor concert site attracts major performers, reputedly with the largest attendance figures in the country. Explore sand dunes and seals at Kouchibouguac National Park, a couple hours drive north of Moncton.

Saint John is the most populous city in New Brunswick, a couple hours southwest of Moncton. Its Bay of Fundy setting makes it a popular port for cruise ships and other port business. You will find an excellent selection of New Brunswick hotels in this large city. The Bay of Fundy is a sanctuary for 15 species of whales, offering unparalleled marine exploration and the highest tides on earth! Fundy National Park is located roughly halfway between Moncton and Saint John.

Capital Fredericton features a government and university-based economy. Explore the past at the Historic Garrison District, a National Historic Site, and watch a Changing of the Guard ceremony. Challenge yourself at premier Kingswood Golf Course with ponds and traps galore, bike or hike 85 km of trails along the St. John and Nashwaak Rivers, or take the kids to Science East for a hundred hands-on exhibits.

Kings County is considered the Covered Bridge Capital of Atlantic Canada. One of these 62 structures, “The Longest Covered Bridge in the World”, may be found in Hartland. Roosevelt Campobello International Park, at the very southeastern tip of the province, preserves the summer cottage and grounds of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Joggins Fossil Cliffs are located on the Bay of Fundy at the border with Nova Scotia. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the cliffs will blow you away by the layers of rock representing the Coal Age, 300 millions years old! The Appalachian Mountains and Chaleur Bay, considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world (officially!), are found to the north.

Get away from everything on the Isles of Acadie, Lameque and Miscou. You can walk a sun-soaked beach in complete solitude – well, except for birds and local aquatic life, but you get the picture!

Outdoor adventures really shine in New Brunswick! Canoe the Restigouche River, delight in the waterfall at Grand Falls Gorge, discover the delicate ecosystem of rare, white Bouctouche Dunes, experience peerless fly-fishing for salmon on the Miramichi River, or take a dip in the balmy waters of Chaleur Bay. New Brunswick is a gem of a destination!

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