Charlotte County is the entrance to New Brunswick’s Fundy Coastal Drive. The region offers fresh, clean sea air, no crowds, and very little traffic. It’s home to wonderful sandy beaches, kayaking, whale watching, and birding opportunities, in addition to 19 well preserved lighthouses, a number of unique museums, art galleries, gardens, parks and scientific marine research centres. So, whether you’re looking for excitement and thrills, or a relaxing and peaceful vacation, there’s plenty to see and do for everyone.

Canada’s history actually began here when French explorers Samuel de Champlain and Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons landed on St. Croix Island over 400 years ago. In fact, St. Croix Island was the first European settlement north of Florida, now featuring parks on each side of the international border commemorating the founding! The St. Croix River, which is the boundary between Canada and the United States, was designated a heritage river by the Government of Canada in 1991.

Within 30 minutes of Blair House:

St. Andrews-by-the-sea and surrounding area:

A little further afield: