Great Canadian Parks / New Brunswick

Great Canadian Parks
New Brunswick
'hope was restored'.

One of Canada's eastern maritime provinces, New Brunswick is rich with history, lakes, rivers, forests and winding roads where tourists can pursue recreational activities including fishing, hiking, boating, golfing, camping and sight-seeing. The parks provide protection to many species' habitats, including the Maritime Acadian Highlands Natural Region at Fundy and the Appalachian Geographical region at Kouchibouguac.

Kouchi- bouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac National Park was set aside in 1969 as part of our national park system to preserve a representative sample of the Appalachian Geographical region, an example of outstanding Canadian landscape and one of the last vestiges of a maritime lowland system. Learn more in Kouchi-bouguac National Park

Fundy National Park

Fundy National Park was established in 1948, not so much to preserve an ecosystem, as to rescue one. Learn more in Fundy National Park