Ready for a coastal vacation unlike any other? Take a road trip along the Acadian coast this fall.
One of the most striking autumn landscapes in New Brunswick is found at Miscou Island, where the lighthouse sits perfectly as the main attraction surrounded by a red carpet of peat bogs.
For a winning combination of colour, head North to Charlo. You’ll find incredible panoramic views of brilliant blue Chaleur Bay surrounded by red-hued Acadian forest on one side, and the evergreens of the Appalachian Mountain Range on the other.
If the brisk autumn air has you feeling active, visit Kouchibouguac National Park for the Fall Festival. Activities include a star fest, a biking day, a run, and a great Mi'kmaq celebration. Keep the outdoor vibe going with a trip to the great sand dune in Bouctouche, one of North America's finest.
Celebrate the harvest with a visit to Belliveau Orchards in Memramcook. This is fall fun at its best, with wagon rides, corn maze, apple U-pick, a farm market and more.