Interesting New Brunswick Facts

The Bay of Fundy is where you can see some of the highest tides in the world. Walk on the ocean floor at low tide and at high tide paddle a kayak around the tops of the sea stack.

New Brunswick is Canada’s only official bilingual province. Francophone and Anglophone communities and the blend of cultures make New Brunswick a unique place to visit.

Home to the longest covered bridge in the world, the Hartland Covered Bridge is a National Historic Site. Built in 1901 it is now one of the biggest attractions in the area.

Fredericton, New Brunswick capital city is rich in culture, history and riverside beauty, but not only! It also boasts the highest concentration of craft breweries and tasting experiences in the Maritimes.


New Brunswick is the largest of Canada's Atlantic Maritime Provinces. It is home to 9 provincial parks offering spectacular and diverse natural beauty, including the provinces highest peak in Mt Carleton Provincial Park (part of the Appalachian Range), the world's highest tides in the Bay of Fundy, and some spectacular coastline views in Kouchibouguac National Park. The Miramichi River flows through the centre of the province and offers all sorts of activities from fishing to river tubing. 


Highlights of New Brunswick

NB Fundy Trail Parkway
NB Mount Carleton Hiker
NB Grand Manan Island
NB Swallowtail Lighthouse Grand Manan Island

The Bay of Fundy

A staggering 100 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the stunning Bay of Fundy twice a day. An excellent spot to experience the bay’s tides is Hopewell Rocks, which is home to the world’s highest tides. At high tide visitors can kayak off the coast and as the tide shifts and the sea recedes, you can walk along the ocean floor to see its oddly shaped rock formations. 

St. Andrews by-the-Sea

St. Andrews-by-the-Sea used to serve as a haven for wealthy New Yorkers and Bostonians. The charm that brought those visitors here more than 100 years ago is still evident today. Half the town’s buildings predate 1880 and encompass architectural styles ranging from Norman farmhouse and Georgian to Gothic, Queen Anne and Greek Revival.

Campobello Island

Lying in the Bay of Fundy not far from St. Andrews are the Fundy Islands of Campobello, Grand Manan and Deer Island. Visitors can participate in a complimentary “Tea with Eleanor” to hear about the longest-serving First Lady in U.S. history. For a minimal charge visitors can reserve a seat and receive a recipe booklet of Eleanor’s favourites.


The riverfront city of Fredericton, New Brunswick’s capital city, is situated along the banks of the Saint John River. Enjoy cycling and walking trails along the banks of the river within a few blocks of the main street. The lovely complex of old brick buildings that line the main street and the river dates back from 1784 until 1869 which was the time that the British garrison was based in Fredericton. 

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