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New Brunswick Vacations

New Brunswick Vacations

New Brunswick Vacations

Whether you are looking for New Brunswick Vacations that consists of nature, history or culture, New Brunswick has what you are looking for.

 

New Brunswick is one of Canada’s original 4 provinces and has many museums and historical buildings and landmarks. It is known and Canada’s picture province for its breathtaking natural beauty.

 

If you are looking for an adventurous getaway you will not be disappointed! You can spend your day cave exploring, hiking to waterfalls, rock climbing, kayaking, hunting, fishing, swimming, whale watching, boating, the list goes on and on!

 

In the winter you can enjoy kite skiing, snow gold, skiing, snowmobiling, visiting ice caves. It truly is a winter wonder land! The beautiful snowy landscapes will take your breath away and is something everyone should see in person.

 

Perhaps you are looking for a more relaxing getaway. Enjoy some bird watching, take a relaxing sail on one of our lakes then pamper yourself at one of our full menu spas. Then enjoy the night out on the town at some of our gourmet restaurants.

 

Camping & RV Sites

Camping in New Brunswick

New Brunswick Camping & RV Sites

Buskwheat Point Estates

Are you looking for your piece of heaven on the Grand Lake? Here’s your chance at the beautiful Buckwheat Point Estates.

Large “Big Rig” sites with 50 amp power. Full hook-up RV sites for rent on beautiful Grand Lake at Cumberland Point near Young’s Cove, NB. Centrally located between Moncton, Saint John, and Fredericton – just a half hour from Sussex.

Water view and water access, great boating, fishing and swimming!

The large, level, grassy sites are high and dry; will not flood.

Visit buckwheatpointestates.ca.

 

Changing of The Guard Ceremony

Go back in time in Fredericton’s Historic Garrison District. In July and August you can watch period-dressed guard re-enact a drill ceremony to the beat of a piper and drummer.

The Canadian Army was born in 1884 with the establishment of the Infantry School Corps, Company ‘A’ in Fredericton.

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