Tag Archives: New Brunswick

Happy Birthday Parks Canada!

The world may scratch its collective head when it comes to listing facts about Canada, but—at the very least—most know it’s a lot bigger than the spot they call home. The Netherlands can easily fit into Lake Huron—with ample room to splash around. There’s plenty to explore—Canada’s cities are new, dynamic, and evolving—but it’s the

Nova Scotia Caraventure, Maine, New Brunswick

by Dee Reed The tip of Maine has been called many things —The Crown of Maine and The Last Frontier of the East. Mainers just call it “The County.” When RVing in Maine, your itinerary could include biking along endless fields of potato blossoms; canoeing and fishing in one of the area’s 2,000 lakes, rivers,

Marvel at the Extreme Tides of Canada's Bay of Fundy

General Info: Fundy National Park, in southern New Brunswick, Canada contains two distinct environmental systems. The Bay of Fundy marine coastal environment features salt marshes, tidal flats and rocky shores. The park’s interior is part of the Caledonia Highlands plateau, featuring pine forests, deep river valleys and bogs. Download the park brochure PDF to learn