Known as the Picture Province, New Brunswick has a variety of attractions that contribute to this reputation.
The southern part of the province is on the Bay of Fundy. Fundy National Park encompasses beautiful coast as well as lakes and clifftop meadows. New Brunswick’s salt water beaches are the warmest anywhere north of Virginia.
The longest covered bridge in the world is at Hartland, northwest of Fredericton, the picturesque capital with fine 19th century architecture.
Go salmon fishing on the Miramichi River, eat lobster at Shediac near Moncton.
The city of Saint John has the Reversing Falls where the tide from the Bay of Fundy reverses the flow of the St. John river.
To the north of the province is Mount Carleton Provincial Park which is particularly attractive in the fall.