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Algonquin Resort

One should never feel guilty about retreating from the routine of everyday life. On the contrary, experiencing the joys and restorative delights of The Algonquin Resort is an absolute triumph of leisurely diversion. 

For generations, travelers have escaped to The Algonquin, in New Brunswick’s charming town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea, for its majestic presence, maritime hospitality, and invigorating seaside allure. Now it’s your turn to indulge in an experience so special, so luxurious, you’ll wonder what took you so long. 

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. 

Herring Cove Provincial Park

Herring Cove is a hiker’s delight offering 6 unique trails of varying lengths. Hike the Carriage Road through a forest of ancient spruce, across log bridges and around a small pond, or follow an old logging road once used by the Roosevelts. 

Herring Cove’s 425 ha (1,049 acres) feature 88 campsites, including 40 with electrical hook-ups, tent cabins, fire pits, washrooms, picnic tables, kitchen shelters, showers, laundry facility, playgrounds, hiking trails, beach, 9-hole golf course, pro shop, and a restaurant. 

Campobello Island

Discover the magic of Campobello Island, famous for being the beloved isle of late U. S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The 34-room Roosevelt Cottage Museum is a focal point of Roosevelt Campobello International Park. 

The Algonquin Golf Course

Constructed in 1894, the Algonquin Golf Course boasts one of Canada's oldest clubhouses. For more than 100 years, golfers have tested their skills at this charming seaside resort in one of Canada's historic districts. In 1999, award-winning architect Thomas McBroom redesigned the golf course into a masterpiece that complements the historic and natural surroundings of Saint Andrews.
Price Point: Green Fees: $35 - $85