A Colourful Journey

Woodstock, New Brunswick  Canada

The Saint John River offers one of the most scenic leaf peeping routes in the region. Follow the blue thread of water as it winds through mountains, hills, and valleys flanked by a thick blanket of seriously stunning trees. 

From the forests near the city of Edmundston to the waterfront capital of Fredericton and river ferries of the lower river valley, a drive along this route offers great food, plenty of culture, and some seriously good leaf-peeping.

We suggest a stop at a local farmers market (this is farm country, after all), taking a selfie at the world’s longest covered bridge in Hartland, and visiting a U-pick or farm to enjoy harvest activities for all ages of adventurers. 


3 Tips to Help you Explore the River Valley

2. Make History Awesome at Kings Landing

Roll up your sleeves and dive in... it's all hands on deck for harvest at this 19th-century historical village. From cooking and crafting to blacksmithing and boat building, history has never been more fun. (Tip: book a reservation for the popular Thanksgiving suppers).

Kings Landing Historical Settlement, Provincial Heritage Place, Prince William, New Brunswick, Canada

Mactaquac, New Brunswick  Canada

3. Bask in the Beauty of Mactaquac

Outdoor fun doesn’t end with summer. Visit this provincial park to take a beaver pond tour, get adventurous at TreeGO, explore tree-lined trails, play a round of golf, or have a picnic on the beach. Your pick!