Island View Camping






Award-winning St. Andrews Algonquin Golf Course

Breathtaking views. Ocean Breezes. A challenging game. For over a century golfers have traveled to the Algonquin to test their skills and take in the views. Today, their 7,000 yard, par 72 course – redesigned in 2000 by renowned course architect Thomas McBroom – will delight and challenge golfers of every level.

St. Andrews Blockhouse National Historic Site

Built during the War of 1812, today it contains elements of the oldest blockhouse in New Brunswick. Situated on the Niger Reef on Passamaquoddy Bay, it provided an excellent vantage point for soldiers keeping a watchful eye. This was one of 12 such structures used to defend New Brunswick during the war between Britain and the United States.

Huntsman Marine Science Centre

An enormous display featuring the magnitude of the Fundy tides. Enjoy Harbour seals, seahorses, rare lobsters, Bay of Fundy fishes and intertidal creatures. A touch pool and skate tank! Young Explorer Day Camps and week-long experiences – hands-on education like never before.

Kingsbrae Garden

A National and Provincial Award Winning horticultural masterpiece, named one of Canada’s Top Ten Public Gardens. 27 glorious acres, with a Dutch windmill, alpacas, peacocks, Cafe, Gift Shop and over 50,000 perennials in many themed gardens.

The Van Horne Estate on Ministers Island

National & Provincial Historic Site Ministers Island represents the last significant vestige of Sir William Van Horne, the driving force behind the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway which unified Canada coast to coast.

Roosevelt Campobello International Park

Roosevelt Campobello International Park preserves the house and surrounding landscape of the summer retreat of  Franklin D. RooseveltEleanor Roosevelt and their family. Franklin Roosevelt spent many enjoyable vacations at his summer home on Campobello Island in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy. Today the summer home is the centerpiece of Roosevelt Campobello International Park, and is preserved as a memorial and as a symbol of the close friendship between Canada and the United States.