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Parc national Fundy

Recommandé par 56 habitants

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October 09, 2019
Experience the world's highest tides, pristine forests, deluxe campgrounds and a taste of Atlantic Canada culture. Several hiking trails, kayaking, restaurants, and much more. This is a must visit during a vacation in New Brunswick.
September 22, 2019
Located in the Bay of Fundy, Fundy Park offer a lot of things to do.
September 05, 2019
Hiking, Golfing, Camping, and much more can be found at this National Park!
July 19, 2019
Fundy National Park is one of Canada's Premier National Parks Located between Hopewell Rocks and Saint John, it is just a 1-hour drive from the city. Spend at least a day exploring the beautiful scenery and hiking trails of the park. Trails range from short 100 metre walks to 8 km treks. It's a…
May 29, 2019
Great day hikes and located next to the cutest seaside town of Alma. We go there for hike, a beer and lobster rolls.

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“Amazing place to visit - make a day of it and see it at high tide AND low tide!”
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“Great busy people-watching vibe. A must for craft beer drinkers and the food is fresh, local and fun. Amazing patio overlooking Main street. Catch a beer, a parmesan haddock dinner, and a live show! They have an amazing live music line up and often have show in one or more of their 3 venues. ***Steph has worked here for 7 years so this review is biased :) Ask for more info! ”
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“Beach! Extremely busy during high season. Warmest waters North of South Carolina.”
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“Rainy day blues? Come see our recently renovated museum. It is super cool and kids love it! Try to find Steph's grandpa in one of the pictures. ”
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“The Capitol Theatre in downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada is an 800-seat, restored 1920s-era vaudeville house on Main Street that serves as the centre for cultural entertainment for the city. Designed by René-Arthur Fréchet in 1920, it was rebuilt by Fréchet in 1926 after it burned.”
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Alma, NB
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