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There are many events for everyone at this Canada Day celebration! Festivities include a barbecue, a cake cutting ceremony and entertainment.
St. George is where the river meets the sea, old meets new, and visitors always meet a friendly welcome!
Tourist information centre located in St. George and providing tourism publications, maps, travel assistance and information on attractions and events.
Built in 1917, this covered bridge is 38 m (123 ft.) in length.
Built in 1913, this covered bridge is 35 m (115 ft.) in length.
Annual fun-filled weekend of events including family activities, open-air farmers market, fireworks, antique car and bike show and parade.
Festival celebrating the “Home of the Big Blueberry” with culinary events, music, art, 5-km run, floating lantern ceremony and hometown heroes awards.
Recently renovated comfortable rooms and suites as well as lobby. CAA/AAA member.
The Ross Memorial Museum displays an excellent decorative arts collection from around the world in one of St. Andrews' most beautiful historic houses.
Unsupervised freshwater sandy beach with washrooms, canteen, volleyball and parking.
Once called First Falls, the original name of the town. See the gorge, osprey or watch Atlantic salmon manoeuvering the fish ladder.
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