Edmundston Travel Guide
Welcome to Edmundston!One of the nation's newest cities, Edmundston was formed in 1998 when the neighbouring communities were amalgamated into what is now the Greater Edmundston area. Located in the north-west corner of the province, the city shares its borders with both Quebec and the American state of Maine. Edmundston is surrounded by the ancient Appalachian Mountains, as well as the lazy Madawaska River which flows through the city and falls into the majestic Saint John River. The city is home to the New Brunswick Botanical Gardens, which are spread out over an area of 17.5 acres (7 ha) and are a haven of both peace and beauty. Within the province the gardens serve as a centre for the study of nature, as it is home to hundreds of species of plant and wildlife. With many restaurants, shops, and sights to see, Edmundston is not a destination to miss while touring around New Brunswick.
Fortin du P'tit Sault Blockhouse was originally built as a defence structure in 1841 when hostilities between the United States and England were mounting.
Hotels & Motels
This hotel is conveniently located near the University of Moncton.
Maple Hunting Lodge offers hunters, outdoorsman and sportsman a one-of-a-kind experience hunting and fishing for outstanding trophies.
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