Along the Fundy coast there are over thirty 9- and 18-hole courses with an additional sixty courses within a relatively short drive from the Bay. Some of the highest rated courses in Canada can be found in the Maritime Provinces and golfing here can be described as nothing short of invigorating, rewarding and picturesque. Read "30+ Scenic Golf Courses along the Bay of Fundy!"
Looking for a resort holiday with a new twist? The Bay of Fundy offers its guests a traditional resort holiday in a non-traditional atmosphere. In New Brunswick stay in Canada’s oldest seaside resort town, St. Andrews by-the-Sea, at The Algonquin Resort. In Digby, Nova Scotia, relaxing is made easy at The Pines Resort and in Maine discover the picturesque resort community of Bar Harbor. Read "Resorts"
Whether you want a beach wedding or the grand hotel, the Bay of Fundy area is a great place for a destination wedding! In this very first guest post in our "52 Reasons to visit" article series, Sarah Redmond, a professional wedding & event planner, explains why the Bay of Fundy area is just as appealing for a destination wedding as a 4-star all-inclusive resort in Jamaica. Fundy is close to home, much more affordable, and offers a wide variety of unique locations. Read "Destination Weddings"
Colchester County is located in north central Nova Scotia and is made up of seven communities: Tatamagouche, Portapique, Great Village, Truro, Brookfield, and Stewiacke. Read "Colchester County – Truro Neighbourhood"