The best of New Brunswick
Fredericton: Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, was once known as Pointe-Ste-Anne.
Garrison District: Fredericton is set along the Saint John River, where from 1784 to 1869 a British garrison was sited.
Beaverbrook Art Gallery: Fredericton's Garrison District is also where you'll find the Fredericton Region Museum and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
Boyce Farmers Market: If you're in Fredericton on a Saturday morning, don't miss browsing Boyce Farmers Market.
Fundy National Park: Fundy National Park is New Brunswick's premier wilderness destination.
Following the Dobson Trail: One of these hiking trails is the Dobson Trail, which takes hikers nearly 60 km (37 mi) to Riverview.
Bridges to cross: The Dobson Trail connects with the Fundy Footpath. At Point Wolfe, it passes an attractive, raspberry-hued covered bridge.
Big Salmon River: The Fundy Footpath takes you across the Big Salmon River—a shallow waterway which flows into the Bay of Fundy near St. Martins.
Hopewell Cape: The park is located on the Bay of Fundy, known and respected for its extremely high tidal range.
Hopewell Rocks: At low tide, these weird-looking sea stacks, also called the Flowerpots Rocks, can be admired on foot.