Adventure awaits you and your pet in New Brunswick. At the incredible Bay of Fundy, witness the highest tides in the world, or go whale-watching and spot humpbacks. Dive right in at one of more than 50 perfect beaches. And explore culture, cuisine, and nightlife in Fredericton. From the moment you arrive, your trip to New Brunswick will take your breath away.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

New Brunswick is warmest and busiest during the summer when visitors flock to the province’s beaches, parks, and other outdoor attractions. However, even at the height of the season, finding hotel deals is rarely difficult, making this a great off-the-beaten-path, pet friendly vacation spot. The spring and fall shoulder seasons are also nice times to visit, though many outdoor attractions are closed in the off-season. Spring is dry and warm, and fall features colorful leaves and comfortably cool temperatures. New Brunswick winters are cold, but hotel prices are even lower, making popular ski resorts like Mount Carleton and Sugarloaf bargains compared to other east coast options.


Things Not To Miss

Spend a day on the shore to appreciate the highest tides in the world at Hopewell Rocks, stunning formations that were once a mountain range older than the Appalachian mountains and Canadian Rockies.

Immerse yourself in Acadian life along the coast, visiting vibrant communities with museums, historic sites, and living-history villages celebrating the area's remarkable 400-year-history.

Stroll the charming town of Saint Andrews before walking the rocky shoreline on Passamaquoddy Bay. For a chance to be on the water, plan your visit for a Tuesday when Shediac Paddle Shack hosts a weekly "paddle with your dog" night.

Explore the capital city of Fredericton, with its network of riverfront trails and pet friendly craft brewpubs.

Go for a swim at dog friendly Callanders Beach in Kouchibouguac National Park, which boasts some of the warmest saltwater north of Virginia.