Saint John and the Fundy Shore

When it comes to Maritime charm at its best, look no further than Saint John and the Fundy Shore. With the perfect blend of urban and rural, you can indulge in the best the big city has to offer without being far away from windswept shores, rolling hills, or breathtaking coastal vistas. See why this might just be the perfect region for you.


Vibrant Communities

The urban centre of this region is Saint John, Canada’s oldest incorporated city, which features striking architecture that houses restaurants, cafés, live events, history, and art, including the historic Saint John City Market, which is the oldest continuing farmer’s market in Canada and a National Historic Site. All around, you’ll find smaller communities, like Sussex and Saint Andrews by-the-Sea, that have storybook-perfect main streets, or the Fundy Isles, where knowing your neighbour’s name is just part of island life. Whichever community you choose, expect to be warmly greeted when you arrive!

Big on Nature

Nestled along the Bay of Fundy, home to the world’s highest tides, this region is brimming with ways to enjoy the great outdoors. There’s The Anchorage Provincial Park, Herring Cove Provincial Park, New River Beach Provincial Park, and Roosevelt Campobello International Park, which all offer different landscapes to explore, from craggy cliffs to long sandy beaches to forested oases. And an island-hopping adventure through the gorgeous Fundy Isles is a definite must-do with this insider tip: keep an eye out for our famous whales because you just never know when they’ll leap out of the waves to put on a show!

Leisure & Recreation

Whether you enjoy a slower, more relaxed lifestyle or like a bit more adrenaline in your life, this region has it all. For the foodies, the Indulge Festival that takes place every fall in Saint Andrews by-the-Sea will get your mouth watering, as will a tour of the Ganong Chocolate Museum in St. Stephen. For the more adventurous, the Atlantic Balloon Fiesta in Sussex lets you see the region from the sky from a hot air balloon. And for the sporty, you can tee up at the Algonquin golf course, hike or bike scenic trails, swim at the Canada Games Aquatic Centre, or hit the slopes at Poley Mountain. And this is just a small sample of what’s waiting for you here!

Arts & Culture

With a rich history stretching back to the region’s first inhabitants, the Mi’kmaq and the Maliseet, to the 14,000 Loyalists who arrived after the American Revolution, you’ll find that a vibrant arts and culture scene has grown from this storied past. The Saint John Arts Centre, the Imperial Theatre, and the New Brunswick Museum are always hosting new shows and exhibits, while TD Station brings in world-class shows and sporting events. You can also indulge your tastebuds in everything from 5-star restaurants to friendly gastropubs. Beyond the city, you’ll find art centres, museums, and culinary delights throughout the region you’ll want to explore.

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