Weather and Seasons

Travel to New Brunswick during any of our 4 distinct seasons and you’ll find lots going on, inside and out. While you can’t beat summers in our seaside province (after all, they’re the warmest in Canada), autumn, winter and spring also bring a treasure trove of things to see and do. Here are a few don’t-miss moments to get you started.


Spring, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick Canada

It’s fiddlehead season! 

Best Experienced: April – June 

Main Attraction: The delicious treats that come with the spring like local fiddleheads and maple syrup, along with budding plants and flowers, 

Kids Will Love: Sunday brunch at an old-fashioned sugar camp. 

Grown Ups Will Love: The abundance of fish swimming and jumping in our rivers and the blossoms in our award-winning gardens.

Temperature spring-fall, Tourism New Brunswick, Canada


Range From:
Min. -3 °C
Max. 22 °C


Summer, Parlee Beach Provincial Park, Shediac, New Brunswick Canada

Splash into the warmest saltwater in Canada! 

Best Experienced: July through September 

Main Attraction: Everything! Over 50 beaches to enjoy, great campsites, breathtaking hiking and biking trails, festivals and more. 

Kids Will Love: Waterpark fun in Moncton, swimming in our warm saltwater and roasting marshmallows by the campfire. 

Grown Ups Will Love: Gorgeous hikes, wildlife, scenic drives and a delicious bounty from the ocean including lobster.

Temperature-summer, Tourism New Brunswick, Canada


Range From:
Min. 8 °C
Max. 28 °C


Fall in New Brunswick Canada - Mount Carleton, Tourism, New Brunswick, Canada LEARN MORE

Also known as “Autumn” 

Best Experienced: Mid-September to late October 

Main Attraction: Breathtaking fall foliage, delicious harvest tastes, fall fests like Harvest Jazz and Blues. 

Kids Will Love: Boo at the Zoo, Corn Mazes and apple picking.

Grown Ups will Love: Beautiful scenery, romantic harvest dinners and off-season rates at some luxurious hotels.

Temperature spring-fall, Tourism New Brunswick, Canada


Range From:
Min. -8°C
Max. 15°C


Winter, Hiver, Fundy National Park - Alma, New Brunswick Canada

We get 300-400 cm of snow a year! 

Best Experienced: December – March 

Main Attraction: Wonderful snowmobile trails, great ski hills, pond hockey and fun winter festivals. 

Kids Will Love: The FROSTival Festival and playing in our mounds of snow perfect for tobogganing. 

Grown Ups Will Love: Beautiful snowshoeing opportunities and cozy meals at great restaurants.

Temperature-winter,Tourism New Brunswick, Canada


Range From:
Min. - 19 °C
Max. 3 °C