Discover the best destinations in Canada with top activities, food, road trips, and travel ideas from Nova Scotia to British Columbia.
Any great vacation needs a great place to spend the night, and on my trip through Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, I enjoyed four great spots in the area.
Unwind, refresh, and enjoy some of the best that the Maritimes offers in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. The picturesque region is beautiful, and it’s a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, or to get away from it all.
Cumberland County, Nova Scotia is filled with hidden gems, refreshing small towns, and lots of great Maritime food and hospitality. It’s a beautiful area to explore, especially in summer and early fall, and everything is along an easy route for a fun road trip.
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New Brunswick is a beautiful, welcoming province to explore, and it’s a charming destination for your next road trip.
What do you most want to see and do in New Brunswick? The great outdoors is calling, and so are the province’s charming cities and towns.
New Brunswick is calling for a road trip filled with incredible, coastal views, great food, hiking, and culture, starting in St. Andrews By-The-Sea, and taking you to Saint John, around the Bay of Fundy, and ending in Moncton.
Fredericton is New Brunswick’s capital city on the shore of the Wolastoq River, and it’s a beautiful, scenic area with laid back charm, art, outdoor activities, and lots of places to enjoy a great latte.
New Brunswick is an excellent outdoor vacation destination any time of year. There’s no wrong time to visit. But there are a few months that offer a bit more.
New Brunswick is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, so what are the best ways to get there for a summer road trip?