Part of the Lower St. John River Passage, Brundage Point River Centre is a wheelchair-accessible waterside gathering place in the town of Grand Bay-Westfield that offers many convenient and free resources.
The Centre hosts a weekly Friday market featuring barbecues, crafts, and local farm-fresh produce and food. It is available for community and private functions for parties, meetings, etc., with excellent kitchen facilities as well as free Wi-Fi. Outdoor movie nights are also offered each Friday of the summer from a selection of popular family-friendly movies. Local musicians take on Summer Stage on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. at nearby Unity Park.
Take advantage of the boat, canoe and kayak launching, 4 overnight boat moorings, and a spacious dock. Watch your children play in the playground structures while relaxing in the shade and enjoying the breathtaking view through “Rivergate,” a carved masterpiece created by world-renowned sculptor Radoslav Sultov.
On your walk about our grounds, you can browse the area's history through colourful and informative panels along the waterfront trail. Brundage Point and area, with a billion years of geological history and volcanic rock, is part of Stonehammer, North America’s only Geopark. The centre is also a short distance from the Heritage Trail, a 13.5 km (8.4 mi.) walking, running and cycling trail which connects to the TransCanada Trail. Geocaching enthusiasts will also find several geocaches in the area.
Brundage Point River Centre is just 20 km (12.4 mi.) from the city of Saint John and the Bay of Fundy. The Visitor Information Centre is open seasonally from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. to provide resources for visitors in area such as: directions to nearby campgrounds, beaches, golf, tennis, bowling and restaurants, and how to take advantage of a beautiful day on the Saint John River!