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Urban amenities at nature’s doorstop

Perfectly positioned between the Fundy and Acadian coasts, Moncton’s got just what you need at all the right times. Enjoy a mix of outdoor adventure and urban experiences in Moncton, whether you’re seeking relaxation, excitement or family-friendly fun. You can either stay in town or take a day or two to explore top New Brunswick attractions.

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Top Things To Do

Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park

For thousands of years, the massive tides of the Bay of Fundy have been patiently sculpting their masterpiece in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. With over twenty free-standing sea stacks peppered along two kilometers of shoreline, no Atlantic Canadian vacation is complete without experiencing these icons. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, wait six hours as the Ocean Floor transforms in ways you wouldn’t have believed possible. For more information, click here.

Nordic spa

Open 12 months a year, rain or shine, Usva is a unique experience that will immerse you in a world of pure relaxation, only 10 minutes from downtown Moncton ! Inspired by a Nordic ritual dating back more than 2000 years, the thermal experience involves alternating between heat and cold, followed by a period of rest. For more information, click here.

Shediac Bay cruises

Whether you’d like to relax on the warmest waters North of the Carolinas, get a closer look at Acadian culture or discover all there is to know about lobsters, Shediac Bay Cruises has what you need! A scenic cruise awaits you as you sip on your favourite beverage while enjoying the warm breezes on the open deck of the spacious Ambassador. Tour the Shediac Bay and let the highlights of its rich history be revealed to you as you view your surroundings in a whole new way. For more information, click here.

Road to sea private tours

Experience New Brunswick’s magnificent Bay of Fundy, historic First Nations, French Acadian and British cultures, and award-winning wineries with “Roads to Sea” Private Tours. Delve into the mysteries and marvels surrounding the Bay of Fundy’s highest tides in the world. Sample New Brunswick’s own wines and spirits, enjoy rich French Acadian culture and cuisine alongside expansive warm beaches, scenic farmlands and tranquil river systems. Or learn the wisdom and teachings of First Nations heritage that spans more than 13,000 years. For more information, click here. 

Magnetic Hill Wharf Village

As proud Maritimers, their goal is to showcase what Atlantic Canada has to offer – and there’s a lot! From delicious food, shopping (for all ages), local artisan talent and our friendly East Coast people, their hope is that every visitor leaves the Wharf Village feeling good in their souls, full in their bellies, and happy with a keepsake to remember their visit to the Magnetic Hill Wharf Village. For more information, click here. 

Verger Belliveau Orchard

Located among the lush hills that stretch along the Petitcodiac River Valley in New Brunswick, Verger Belliveau Orchard is one of Atlantic Canada’s premier growers & suppliers of apples. Sample some cider or wine, have a snack in their orchard cafe or pick your own apples during the harvest season. For more information, click here.