Our Communities

Saint John New Brunswick

Saint John

Saint John, Canada’s oldest incorporated city, is also the only city on the beautiful Bay of Fundy. There is simply no other place in the Maritimes where the urban charms of a vibrant, historic city nestle up against the grand, natural allure of this world-famous bay.

Town Of Sussex

Nestled in the rural countryside of New Brunswick, Sussex is known for its rolling green hills, dairy farms, and 16 of the treasured covered bridges in the area. The town is home to the Agricultural Museum of New Brunswick, the 8th Hussars Military Museum, and AX, a vibrant arts and culture centre with a café and licensed patio. Explore our quiet downtown streets and you're sure to come across several murals - many visitors enjoy the challenge of finding all 27 outdoor works of art. Sussex also boasts quaint restaurants and unique shops featuring local products, including hand made soaps, an old-fashioned hardware store, a micro brewery and a distillery, and a fibre mill that produces yarn from local fleece.

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Sussex, New Brunswick
Hampton, New Brunswick

Town Of Hampton

Hampton is a small town with big adventures in an incredible natural environment. Explore the Kennebecasis River from a rented kayak or on a pontoon boat; taste local flavours at year-round markets, cafés, and homestyle restaurants; visit studios and cultural events, or enjoy time riverside at the Lighthouse River Centre.

Kingston Peninsula

Kingston Historic District is situated on a steep knoll at crossroads formed by Routes 845 and 850 on the Kingston Peninsula. In 2000, Kingston Historic District was designated a historic district under the Province of New Brunswick’s Historic Sites Protection Act.

Kinston Peninsula, New Brunswick

Village of St. Martins

Once a shipbuilding centre, this gateway to The Fundy Trail Parkway 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.