#DiscoverNBBeaches – Irving Nature Park

In 2017, we ( the boys and I) spent our summer in Quispamsis, caring for my mom after her stroke. Exploring beaches was one of the things we did to get away from the hospital and get the boys outside. We went to the Irving Nature Park a few times over the summer, and here are some of our photos and the details on the park.

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Maple Sugar Camps & Maple Syrup Producers in New Brunswick

Maple Sugar Camps and Maple Producers in New Brunswick

March means Maple Syrup, Sugar Camps, Maple Candy, Maple Cones, and lots of other yummy treats! 

As a local Moncton family lifestyle blog, we are sharing family-friendly activities around New Brunswick, like our Sleigh Rides in NB, Outdoor Skating In Moncton, Sliding Hills In New Brunswick and more.

Here is the 2022 updated list of Maple Sugar Camps and Maple Syrup Producers for you to support locally in New Brunswick.

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Family Fun in New Brunswick- Sliding Hills

Sliding hills in New Brunswick

Winter is here, and we know you are looking for ways to get outside and enjoy some family time. Tobogganing, tubing, or sliding in New Brunswick is so much fun. New Brunswick gets slammed with the most snow in the Maritimes each year, making this list the perfect resource for your family to get out and enjoy some fun and fresh air.

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Family Fun In New Brunswick – Winter Festivals and Carnivals

Winter Festivals in New Brunswick
Winter Festivals In New Brunswick

UPDATED FOR IN JANUARY FOR 2023 EVENTSAre you looking for the scoop on Family Winter Festivals in New Brunswick? We have you covered with all the details as they become available for family-friendly festivals in New Brunswick.

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Travel With Us!

When it comes to family travel, I truly believe in exploring where we are from. We love day trips, weekend adventures, and exploring New Brunswick. We are sharing mainly our family travel of weekend wanderings, day trips within 2-3 hours of Moncton, New Brunswick (where we are from), and some longer adventures we have had … Read more

Travel Tuesday – Just Take It Easy

This Travel Tuesday (in the Summer of 2017) we spent the day at Fundy National Park.  We were seeking a relaxing adventure and time spent together. We had been spending the Summer with my mom in Quispamsis after she suffered a stroke, so we were looking for a little getaway.

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#DiscoverNBBeaches – Point Wolf Beach

One of my favourite spots in Fundy National Park is Point Wolf Beach.

Just before crossing the Point Wolf covered bridge, be sure to stop at the Red Chairs and enjoy the view.

FUN FACT: There are about 60 covered bridges in New Brunswick. This one was built in 1992 and is 29m long.

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Day Trips In New Brunswick With Kids

Day Trips In New Brunswick With Kids

For many summers now, we have been doing day trips from our home in Moncton, NB. With two children that are almost 10 years apart in age, we have tried to find adventures that are interesting for both boys. While some day tripping adventures have been the entire family, many have been just myself and the kids, while hubby is working. Keeping this in mind, many of the day trips are doable with one adult and a couple children.

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#DiscoverNBBeaches – Tuft’s Point & Long Beach

This beach is such a lovely spot for a relaxing stroll, exploring with the kids, a picnic lunch or just to stop and soak up the fresh sea air.

Discover NB Beaches – Tuft’s Point & Long Beach

The Fundy Trail Pathway extended their car route further along the Fundy coastline to Tuft’s Point (an now, 2018, beyond to Walten Glen Gorge). You enter the park after passing through St. Martin’s NB, and you can read more about the park itself, here in our day tripping feature. The Fundy Trail Parkway is a park that has an entry fee (See rates here)

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Day Tripping – Kingsbrae Gardens in St Andrews, NB

Day Tripping – Kingsbrae Gardens in St Andrews, NB

Kingsbrae Gardens in St. Andrews NB is a beautiful place. I have been to St. Andrews many times over my 40 + years and only last summer did I get the opportunity to visit the gardens.

Our family took a day trip from Moncton, with my kids and nephew, and headed to St. Andrews to visit the Huntsman Marine Science Center. On the way, I was looking at the NB Tourism Guide and trying to figure out what else to do when we got there.

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