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PARKS, CAMPING, & HIKING

ROOSEVELT CAMPOBELLO INTERNATIONAL PARK

HERRING COVE PROVINCIAL PARK

Roosevelt Campobello International Park

 

http://www.fdr.net

Walk in the steps of the Roosevelts! Offering daily programs, historic tours and 2800 acres of natural beauty. Open daily from 10am to 6pm (AST) from May 25th to October 19th, 2019. 

 

Franklin D. Roosevelt spent many enjoyable vacations at his summer home on Campobello Island, in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy. His magnificent 34-room residence is today the centerpiece of Roosevelt-Campobello International Park, preserved as a memorial and as a symbol of the close friendship between Canada and the United States. Owned, funded, staffed, and administered by the peoples of both Canada and the United States, Roosevelt Campobello International Park is enjoyed by tens of thousands of visitors each year.

Visitors are welcomed to the Park in the Edmund S. Muskie Visitor Center, where panels, displays, and a short video interpret the Roosevelt story from the time Franklin Roosevelt and his parents first visited Campobello through his battle with polio, his presidency, and the establishment of the Park. Guides respond to informational requests and sell a limited number  of souvenirs.

In addition to the Roosevelt Cottage, the Park Commission has acquired and restored four other "cottages" dating from the same period. 

Herring Cove Provincial Park 
Ph-506-752-7010  |  1-800-561-0123
 
click here to book online



136 Herring Cove Road
Campobello Island NB
herringc@gnb.ca

http://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/Products/H/Herring-Cove-Provincial-Park-Campground.aspx


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The park is located on the eastern side of the island and is accessible by bridge from Lubec, 100 km from St Stephen, NB.  Campobello may also be reached by ferry from Deer Island in the summer.
 
A challenging nine hole Golf Course with Clubhouse, Dining and Gift Shop
Parts of the course overlooks the mile long beach. This is a 9-hole course fully equipped with golf carts, putting green, pro-shop, club rental, driving range, and clubhouse with a licensed restaurant.

Herring Cove Provincial Park has four tent cabins for those who want the tenting experience without hauling their own tents. The tent cabins are shelter, but do not contain washrooms,(Use the camper facilities) but they do have electrical power. Cabins are outfitted with wooden bed frames to accommodate your air mattress and/or sleeping bags on.  They are extremely popular so book early!

There are 88 campsites some wooded, some in an open field near the playground, and some water view. There are pull-through sites available for the larger RVs. Sites 1 through 40 have electrical hook-ups. Individual sites have fire pits and the public washrooms are clean. The washrooms are also wheelchair accessible and pets are welcome. There is a washer and dryer onsite as well as a dumping station.

The abundant wildlife include various species of birds such as osprey, eagles, and blue heron along with deer, moose, beaver, and rabbit, jelly fish, sea urchins and sand dollars.

Take a Hike!


Roosevelt Campobello International Park Trails

http://www.fdr.net

Park trails lead through and to many interesting and picturesque locations. They are designed to offer short hikes, individually, or moderate to long hikes when traveled in combination. To travel trails in combination, it may be necessary to walk a short distance down a gravel road to reach the next trail. Discretion is advised for those with small children. Sections of the Raccoon Beach- Liberty Point and Liberty Point-Lower Duck Pond Trails are close to high cliffs and ledges. Algae or moss-covered rocks and logs can be slippery. Footwear for wet conditions is recommended.

Walking Trails

For additional information please click on following link to Roosevelt Campobello International Park Walking Trails

http://www.fdr.net/trails-and-drives.php
Hiking Herring Cove Provincial Park

 

Hikers will be delighted to walk the trails in this beautiful natural area. The trails meet and intertwine with those of the Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Herring Cove Provincial Park is a hikers delight offering six unique trails of varying lengths, some of which afford glimpses of flora and fauna not seen growing anywhere else in the world.  Hike the Carriage Road through a forest of ancient spruce, across log bridges and around a small pond, or follow an old logging road once used by the Roosevelt Family. A copy of the trails is available at the Campobello Island Visitors Center or download from link.

Contact: Campobello Tourism Association

Email: info@visitcampobello.com

 

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