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New Brunswick #114 Highway Guide

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Exit #211 Junction of Highway # 1 & # 114
West to town of Sussex, NB. South to Fundy National Park with campgrounds, community of Alma, NB, Hopewell Rocks, NB. - Attractions in Sussex, NB. - The Kings County Agricultural Museum - Sussex Murals - The Atlantic Balloon Fiesta - Kings County Agricultural Fair - N.B. Antique Auto Club Inc. Giant Flea Market.
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Photo
View from highway
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Goshen Road
Access to Kennebecasis River, NB; covered bridge. Goshen Road for 7.2 km 4.4 mi.). Built in 1911. Length 17.7m (58')
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Photo
View from highway
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Fundy National Park ( Northern Boundry )
Fundy National Park of Canada encompasses some of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick. Picnic areas are found all through the park. Some locations also provide shelters and washroom facilities.
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Wolf Lake, Fundy National Park Picnic Site
Access from highway. Access to Point Wolfe Campground - semi-wooded campground with unserviced sites. Facilities; hiking trails, kitchen shelters, showers, flush toilets and fire pits.
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Fundy National Park Information Centre
At highway
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East Branch Fundy National Park
East Branch Hiking Trail in Fundy National Park is a 5.6 km (3.5 miles) loop hiking trail through forest area.
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Bennett Lake Fundy National Park
Swimming, picnic area
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Caribou Plain Fundy National Park, NB
Hiking trail, west side of highway. Caribou Plain Hiking Trail in Fundy National Park is a 3.4 km loop (2 miles) wooded hiking trail.
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Point of Interest
Height of land in Funday National Park, 366 mtrs
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Point of Interest
Crossing Kinnie Brook, Fundy National Park
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Kinnie Brook Hiking Trail - Fundy National Park
Access to picnic area. Kinnie Brook Hiking Trail Round Trip Length: 1.8 miles This hike takes you through a steep valley with a lush forest and a disappearing stream.
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Chignecto Campground
East of highway. Chignecto North Campground - wooded campground with serviced and unserviced sites. Facilities: bicycle trails, showers, kitchen shelters, flush toilets, fireplaces, playground, dumping station, wheelchair accessible sites.
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Fundy Highlands Chalets
East side of highway
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Fundy Park Chalets, Seawinds Resturant
Access from highway
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Visitor Information Station
At Highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
Look out area
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Photo
View from highway. Alma Beach, NB; at low tide.
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Point of Interest
East Fundy National Park boundry
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Point of Interest
Crossing Upper Salmon River, NB.
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Village of Alma, NB.
All services. The Village of Alma, NB was established in 1856. Alma is close to the Bay of Fundy, it is considered by locals to be the 'Home of the Highest Tides in the World.
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Photo
View from highway, outgoing tide, village of Alma New Brunswick
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Junction of Highway #915
Access to communities of Waterside, NB, Cape Enrage, NB. NOTE The Fundy Coastal Drive follows highway # 915 for 30 km's then joining back again, with highway #114. Attractions at Cape Enrage, NB. Cape Enrage Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse on the New Brunswick Mainland.
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Bennis Beach Road
South to community of Waterside, NB.
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Community of Germantown, NB
East side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the West River, NB.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with Information sign
Access from highway
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Road access to covered bridge
South of highway SHEPODY RIVER #3 (Germantown Lake) Between Riverside-Albert and Alma on Midway Road, off Rte. 114, at Germantown. Built in 1903. Length 18.6m (61')
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Photo
View from highway
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Junction of Highway #915
NOTE The Fundy Coastal Drive follows highway # 915 for 30 km's then joining back again, with highway #114. South to communities of Derrys Corner, NB, Harvey, NB. North to communities of Riverside-Albert, NB, Albert, NB. Information center. Across from information centre is a Lions Club picnic and campground.
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Point of Interest
Access to covered bridge, south of highway. SAWMILL CREEK #0.5 Near Riverside-Albert at Hopewell Hill alongside of Rte. 114. (Not in Service) Built in 1905. Length 32.5m (104' 6')
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Community of Shepody, NB
South of highway
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Ponderosa Pines Campground
Access from highway
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Photo Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick, tidel marsh.
Photo of west portion of Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick, tidel marsh. There are trails from campground to hike over to the Hopewell Rocks. Check TIDE Table at campground office.
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Photo - Looking at Hopewell Rocks, NB.
West portion of Hopewell Rocks (incoming tide)
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Photo - Looking at the Hopewell Rocks, NB.
West portion Hopewell Rocks (incoming tide)
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Community of Hopewell Cape, NB.
West side of highway. Around Hopewell Cape, NB; are the highest tides in the world.
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Photo
View from highway
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Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site, NB
East of highway.
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Services at Highway
North side of highway
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Albert County Museum, NB
North side of highway. The Museums collection contains numerous artifacts collected from the industry and families of the area.
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Gaskins Chocolate River Campgrounds, NB
East side of highway
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Community of Hillsborough, NB
East of highway. Attractions in Hillsborough, NB. - New Brunswick Railway Museum. The museum is a leading railway museum in New Brunswick and houses an extensive collection of railway artefacts. - Another attraction in Hillsborough - Heritage Hillsborough Inc & Steeves House Museum. Steeves House Museum is the birthplace of William H. Steeves, Father of Confederation. The House is filled with artifacts from the period of 1840 to 1890.
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Services at Highway
Gas, diesel, east side of highway
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Junction of Highway #910 (Salem Road)
West to community of Salem, NB.
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Services at Highway
East side of highway
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Town of Riverview, NB
South limits, all services. Riverview, NB is located on the south side of the Petitcodiac River, NB
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area with Information Centre
Picnic tables, toilets. East side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout
West side of highway
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Peticodiac River, NB. This river because of its colour, it is often nicknamed the 'Chocolate River'. The river is 129 km long.
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Junction of Highways #106 & #15
City of Moncton, NB. North to downtown Moncton. South to village of Alma, NB, Fundy National Park, Sussex, NB. East to town of Sackville, province of Nova Scotia. Attractions in and around Moncton, NB. Magnetic Hill - Magic Mountain - Moncton Museum - Thomas Williams House - Free Meeting House, a National Historic site - Marche Moncton Market - Magnetic Hill Zoo. Start/Finish of highway Travel Guide -e