Explore the world’s highest tides, historic salt marshes, breath-taking scenery and “squaw cap” islands that dot Glooscap’s Upper Bay of Fundy coastline, or take a leisurely stroll along the sandy beaches of Northumberland Strait . . .
Welcome to the scenic isthmus region of South-Eastern New Brunswick, where the legacy of our people, places and stories from centuries past haunt an ever changing landscape, enshrouded in the mists of time!
Originally a branch of the Bank of New Brunswick, this magnificent building tells of the changing economy of its area. A beautiful outdoor extension is the Shipyard Park, on Mary’s Point Road, at Harvey. The Albert County Heritage Trust also interprets the Sawmill Creek covered bridge.