A Premier Vacation Destination in New Brunswick

A Premier Vacation Destination in New Brunswick

Saint Andrews, often referred to as St. Andrews by-the-Sea, is one of New Brunswick’s top vacation destinations, known for its rich history, scenic beauty, and welcoming atmosphere. Whether staying at the renowned Algonquin Resort, with its signature golf course designed by Thomas McBroom, or choosing a seaside cottage, motel, B&B, or RV site at the Kiwanis Campground, visitors will find a warm reception and numerous seaside adventures.

Activities and Attractions:

  • Ministers Island:
    At low tide, drive on the ocean floor to explore the historic summer home of Sir William Van Horne, guided by knowledgeable locals.
  • Whale-Watching:
    Embark on excursions in the Bay of Fundy to witness majestic whales in their natural habitat.
  • Historic Downtown:
    Discover unique treasures crafted by local artisans in the picturesque downtown area.
  • Kingsbrae Garden:
    Wander through 11 hectares (27 acres) of stunning gardens, recognized among the Top Ten Public Gardens in Canada.

Exploring the Town:

  • Historic Town Plat:
    Obtain a map from the Visitor Information Centre to explore the town’s historic layout, featuring houses that were transported from Castine, Maine, by United Empire Loyalists in 1783.
  • Water Street:
    In 2016, the Canadian Institute of Planners awarded Water Street the Great Street designation for its historic significance and role as the heart of the community for over 200 years.

Accommodations:

  • Algonquin Resort:
    Stay at the world-famous resort and enjoy its signature golf course designed by Thomas McBroom.
  • Variety of Lodgings:
    Choose from seaside cottages, motels, bed and breakfasts, or the Kiwanis Campground for RV enthusiasts.

Saint Andrews offers a blend of history, natural beauty, and vibrant community life, making it a perfect destination for a memorable vacation.

St. Andrews

For more information follow the link below:

https://tourismnewbrunswick.ca/listing/town-saint-andrews

Photo by New Brunswick Tourism

Location: St. Andrews