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  • 1

    Roosevelt Campobello International Park

    5
    6 reviews

    Highly recommended daytrip, just a 1.5 hour drive from the Wonsqueak House. Get a real taste of "severely" Downeast Maine as you travel northeast, then add an international twist to your vacation as you cross into Canada to enjoy this delightful park. Tour FDR's summer "cottage," learn a little history, walk the lovely trails, watch for wildlife! The park is ...

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  • 2

    east quoddy head light

    5
    4 reviews

    Beautiful lighthouse located at the end of Campobello Island. You can see whales from the lighthouse. If the tide is right, you can cross over to the lighthouse island to get up-close.

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  • 3

    West Quoddy Head Light

    5
    3 reviews

    One-of-a-kind Lighthouse and trails with spectacular views of the rugged Bold Coast. See eagles, seals and even whales from shore. Bring a picnic and your binoculars!

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  • 4

    Head Harbour Lighthouse

    4.5
    2 reviews

    Towering majestically on the eastern tip of Campobello Island stands the "East Quoddy Lighthouse", also more familiar to everyone as the "Head Harbour Lighthouse". An isolated home in years past, to the many lightkeepers and their families, it stands now unmanned. A victim of technology hovering on the brink of a fate that has befallen other monuments of it's own ...

  • 5

    The Algonquin Golf Course

    5
    1 review

    A beautiful golf course open to the touring public built along the coastline. This scenic track provides a golf experience for all levels and provides some of the most spectacular scenery.

  • 6

    The Hopewell Rocks

    5
    1 review

    This was a little side excursion I did while visiting the area for business. I rented car in Moncton and drive along the Fundy Coastal Drive. Beautiful. I visited Hopewell Rocks, and to my surprise was still closed in April, but a nice surprise as I happened to be on a sunny spring day, with great sun, but no one ...

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  • 7

    New Brunswick

    5
    1 review

    nice place

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  • 8

    Friar's Bay Studio Gallery

    5
    1 review

    Display the work of noted plein air painter, Michael Chesley Johnson. He also teaches 4 day plein air painting workshops in the summer through summerbrushes.com and paintcampobello.com

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    Fundy Trail

    5
    1 review

    A great way to spend a day touring the coastline. Beautiful views of the cliffs as well as access to the beach to watch the incredible tide.

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  • 11

    Moncton

    5
    1 review

    their are lots of places to go and shop in Moncton Newbrunswick it is a wonderful place in the summertime. even if you are visiting family and friends or going to malls or department stores or even movies or museums anywhere.

  • 12

    St. Andrews by the Sea

    5
    1 review

    A beautiful tourist vacation destination on the Atlantic coast with quaint shops, historic points of interest, friendly hosts and scenic vistas.

  • 13

    Atlantic Salmon Conservation Centre

    5
    1 review

    Great place to learn about Atlantic Salmon. The center houses live salmon you can see up close. A well kept hiking trail runs along a very tranquil stream that ends at Chamcook Lake.

  • 14

    Rossmount Inn Hiking Trail

    5
    1 review

    The Rossmont Inn allows anyone to enjoy their hiking trail to the top of Chamcook Mountain. It's an easy carriage/hiking trail with 7 switch-backs to the top. Great views of Passamaquoddy Bay, all 3 Fundy Isles and Downeast Maine. Take a picnic lunch. and enjoy the old historic estate.

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  • 15

    Minister's Island

    5
    1 review

    This 19th and early 20th century summer estate of Sir William Van Horne, the first president of and the driving force behind the Canadian Pacific Railway is a fun historic site to visit. Sir William's vast house, his equally large barn and his bathouse / artist's hideaway are on view, as are the beautiful carriage lanes through woods and fields. ...

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  • 16

    Huntsman Marine Science Centre

    5
    1 review

    This 20,000 square foot Aquarium includes a 218 seat theatre with 2 cute seals, several viewing touch tanks of various Bay of Fundy fish, rare lobsters and magnificent sturgeon can all be enjoyed in the lower level.

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  • 17

    St. Andrews Blockhouse

    5
    1 review

    Step back in time to an era of conflict along New Brunswick's border with the United States. Imagine a time when these neighbours were at war. Fearful of American invasion, townspeople built this blockhouse, to military specifications, during the War of 1812.

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  • 18

    Kandy Land

    5
    1 review

    Have kids? Definitely stop in here to crave their sugary desires!

    Popular withFamilies
  • 19

    Katy's Cove

    5
    1 review

    Great place for the kids salt water swim and play on the playground.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 20

    Kingsbrae Garden and Cafe

    5
    1 review

    One of Canada's top ten public gardens

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