Getting to New Brunswick

Situated on Canada's east coast along the Atlantic Ocean, the province is an RV- and car-travel paradise. Highways from all points in the United States and Canada join the Trans-Canada Highway into New Brunswick, making it an easy drive from Ontario, Québec, New England, or other points on the eastern seaboard of the United States.

New Brunswick is also accessible by VIA Rail from Montreal to Halifax with stops Campbellton, Bathurst, Miramichi or Moncton.

Bus routes also crisscross New Brunswick making the province very easy to get to and around.

Flying to New Brunswick is also an easy option with many airlines flying to Moncton and Saint John. Air Canada also operate more regional flights connecting other airports in the province.

Some cruises also stop in Saint John in the Bay of Fundy.

Driving Distances to New Brunswick

Quebec to Edmundston - 323 km/201 mi.
Quebec to Campbellton - 521 km/324 mi.
Montreal to Edmundston - 546 km/340 mi.
Montreal to Campbellton - 744 km/462 mi.
Toronto to Edmundston - 1,090 km/677 mi.
Boston to St. Stephen - 536 km/333 mi.
New York to St. Stephen - 873 km/542 mi.

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