June 05 2013
New Brunswick is one of the easternmost provinces in the nation of Canada. The province is known for its lush forests and its rugged shore facing the Atlantic Ocean. New Brunswick has many popular places to visit.
Roosevelt Campobello International Park is maintained by the United States and Canadian governments. It was the summer residence of President Franklin Roosevelt and his family. This park is the location of a 34-room home that is now a museum about President Roosevelt’s life. The park also has almost 3,000 acres with many hiking trails as well as a lighthouse to visit.Confused? Here ‘s a little help . There is much bird life at this location.
The Acadian Historical Village in Caraquet is an open-air museum that displays period homes and buildings. It details the life of French settlers in New Brunswick. People dress in period costumes and perform crafts in the village.
Fundy National Park is located near Alma on the shores of the Bay of Fundy. This 80 square mile park is noted for its jagged coast. There are many hiking trails in the park, and there are over 20 waterfalls to see.