There's nothing like the Bay of Fundy dressed in brilliant fall colour.
Maples and amber oaks dot the landscape of golden fields running down to the sea, while the autumn sun casts warm hues over the horizon. It's simply stunning.
Fall is a wonderful time to visit this well-known region. You'll be treated to excellent whale-watching (whales are particularly frisky this time of year), food fests and culinary events, and weather that practically begs for long, leisurely strolls.
Visit Irving Nature Park in Saint John or the Van Horne Trail in Saint Andrews for a blend of seascapes and fall colour. If you're bringing your bike, Rockwood Park offers a profusion of trails – more than 50 km – and the winding boardwalks at Sackville Waterfowl Park unveil a salt marsh environment awash in fall hues.
Hop on a ferry to the Fundy Isles - Grand Manan, Campobello, and Deer islands - to explore lighthouse trails, hidden coves, and small fishing communities as they prepare for the changing of the seasons.