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New Brunswick Activities

Off the beaten path, New Brunswick offers a vast array of nature excursions and seaside adventures. The province’s historical sites and succulent seafood attracts visitors who experience the local fun activities, like ing and kayaking. Hiking Trail If you’re seeking scenic views, complete with hiking trails and beaches, Fundy Trail fits the bill. About an hour from the city, visitors explore the park and admire its beautiful scenery. Remember to

Experience New Brunswick's Adventures

Exploring New Brunswick, visitors find an unlimited array of breathtaking natural scenery, charming towns, and fun adventures. Tasty, succulent seafood melts in your mouth from a number of unique, quaint restaurants. With nearly 750,000 inhabitants, residents in the beautiful, out-of-the way province welcome visitors with a friendliness, usually reserved for well-known companions. It’s certainly worth the trip. From seaside escapes to nature excursions, there is plenty to do. Here are

New Brunswick's Championship Hockey

Known for its beautiful scenery and nature activities, New Brunswick is also the home to an internationally recognized annual championship called World Pond Hockey. In 2002, event creators Danny Braun and Tom Chamberlain aspired to raise money to open a recreation center in Tobique Valley, located in the rural Plaster Rock village. Braun’s idea to organize a hockey tournament to raise money for the center has grown into a global

Harvest Music Festival

A perfect rhythmic note lingers as fans bask in musical genius annually at the Harvest Music Festival, Fredericton’s spectacular event featuring world-renowned performances. During the summer, Harvest announced the lineup for this year’s 30th-anniversary celebration. From pop, rock, and country to soul legends, the spectacular extravaganza welcomes returning artists and features an array of talented professionals. Live Concerts Avid fans are ready to descend upon the Brunswick town for live