This region offers some of the most beautiful and pristine nature for visitors to explore. With postcard worthy beaches and world renowned parks, historical sites, educational attractions, and tons of wide open spaces. There are so many opportunities you will certainly need multiple trips here to see it all!


Charlotte County offers so many diverse parks, almost every area has their own. Favorites include New River Beach Provincial Park in Pocologan, which offers sandy beaches very similar to those of the Herring Cove Provincial Park on Campobello. The Roosevelt International Park is one of a kind, for it’s the only international park of its kind, and brings Canada and the United States together, and it is also home to some of the most breath-taking views of the ocean. The Ganong Nature Park, located in St. Stephen, offers great picnic areas, and a very unique view of the Bay of Fundy.


Some of the most gorgeous views can be seen from hiking trails while here. It almost give you a backstage pass to all of the natural beauty we have. A local favorite is the New River Beach trails, nicely kept paths with views that are unique and off the beaten path.  Herring Cove Provincial Park and the Roosevelt International Park also offer trails that give you a breath of fresh salt air, and enjoy the adventure of the forest, all at once!


If you’re looking for a sandy beach to soak up the sun on, or a rock beach full of inter-tidal pool treasures, there’s one for you here. Popular beaches like New River Beach Provincial Park and Herring Cove Provincial Park offer the soft sand and open space, while smaller, less know beaches will have some of the best beach combing.


Looking for something a bit different? It isn’t uncommon to see novelty farms where kids can feed and pet goats, sheep, donkeys, rabbits or chickens. Ever visit an apiary? You can at BrettLynn Farms and you’ll notice bees are a prize possession used to pollinate the wild blueberry fields. If you see boxes in the middle of a field they are probably bees. Deer roam free even in towns and villages and you should always be on the lookout for moose. Ask anyone local and they’ll give you the inside scoop on where to find owls, eagles, osprey and other birds. Make sure you bring your camera … you’ll be close enough to touch.