Places To Go - Communities

Along this long stretch of coast, there's no end to the must-stop places.
Pick what you'd like to explore and get going:

Cape Enrage

Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre Inc. The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World with tides rising as much as 16.3 m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day.

Cape Enrage offers one of the most spectacular views of the natural phenomenon from its towering cliffs and has been a light station and fog alarm since 1838; the current light tower is over 140 years old. We are proudly part of the Fundy Biosphere Reserve and the Fundy Coastal Drive Experience. 

Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium

The Huntsman Marine Science Centre, a private, not-for-profit organization focused on education, research and innovation in the field of ocean sciences, welcomes the world to its magnificent Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium. Opened in September 2011, the aquarium showcases the creatures – both big and small – that can be found in the beautiful Bay of Fundy.

Europe Inn & Restaurant: Enjoy, Relax, Explore

European-style accommodations with fine-dining restaurant. In business almost 20 years. Located at base of wharf, near town square, shops and attractions.

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Village of St. Martins

Once a shipbuilding centre, this gateway to The Fundy Trail is famous for its red cliffs, echo caves and birdwatching activities. 

This is a lovely seaside community whose daily rhythms are guided by the rising and falling of the World’s Highest Tides. At high water, the colourful fishing boats bob in the water in the village harbour. Once the tide recedes, those same boats sit in the mud on the ocean floor! 

The harbour is tremendously photogenic. It’s encircled by two covered bridges, a lighthouse and public gardens.

Village of Alma

Stroll on the Alma wharf or Walk on the Ocean Floor at low tide. Witness the Highest Tides in the World from the wharf. 

Town of St. Stephen

St. Stephen is Canada’s Chocolate Town, home of Ganong Bros Ltd., Canada’s oldest candy company, and is the place to “Discover the Wonder of Chocolate”. Follow the sweet history of this small-town community, which is also one of the busiest Canadian/U.S. border crossings in the province.

Town of Saint Andrews

Saint Andrews, or St. Andrews by-the-Sea as it is often called, has long been one of New Brunswick's premier vacation destinations. Whether you check in at the world-famous Algonquin Resort and play a round of golf on the signature golf course designed by Thomas McBroom or choose a seaside cottage, motel, B & B, or bring your RV to the Kiwanis Campground, let Saint Andrews welcome you to our friendly town. Many adventures await you. 

The Seafood Festival in Saint Andrews-by-the-Sea

The seafood festival welcomes visitors from around the Maritimes and New England to the Charlotte coastal region to kick-off the summer tourism season with a celebration of Bay of Fundy seafood. The event will feature cooking demonstrations, tours of salmon farms, special seafood menus in our local restaurants, seafood and wine pairing, music and the biggest lobster boil, clam bake, salmon barbecue and seafood feast that one can imagine!

Saint John Uncorked

The best vacation memories frequently consist of the stories you’ve heard, combined with a taste of the local wines, beer, food and fun you had. Don’t leave this happening to chance, sign up for a 2 ½ hour Uncorked tour. Our expert guides will highlight the history of Uptown Saint John and have strategically planned their walking route to include stops at the Historic City Market, brew pub, wine bar, olive oil boutique, winery store and gastro pub.