2018 Maritime Caravan

June 15 - July 15, 2018 Houlton, ME


See history come alive during the 2018 Maritime Caravan as we visit an enchanting cluster of provinces that are known for their rugged coastline and distinct maritime culture. Located on the far eastern shore of Canada, we will visit New Brunswick, a land of small, friendly communities, offering its visitors many diverse cultural activities, museums and galleries. Across the Bay of Fundy is Nova Scotia, a province filled with idyllic fishing villages, amazing natural beauty and captivating historical and cultural roots. We will travel to Prince Edward Island via the Confederation Bridge and tour the many attractions that pay homage to the much-beloved Anne of Green Gables novels.

Participants will rendezvous at My Brother’s Place Campground, Houlton, Maine on Friday, June 15, 2018 to begin this unforgettable journey.

Days 1-2: Houlton, ME
• Welcome Social and Dinner
• Caravan Orientation
• World’s Longest Covered Bridge
• Lunch

Days 3-5: Fredericton, NB
• BBQ at Campground
• King’s Landing Historical Settlement
• WWW Boyce Farmers Market
• City Tour of Fredericton
• Free Day

Days 6-8: Saint Andrews, NB
• Evening Dinner at the Algonquin Hotel
• City Tour of St. Andrews to Include Lunch
• Huntsman Aquarium Museum
• Minister’s Island
• Free Day

Day 9-10: Saint John, NB
• Market Square
• City Tour of St. John to Include Lunch
• Carleton Martello Tower
• New Brunswick Museum
• Reversing Falls

Days 11-12: Hopewell Cape, NB
• Fundy National Park
• Flower Pots Rock Formations
• Hopewell Cape Recored Tides Visit

Day 13: Debert, NS
• Colchester Pipe and Drum Band

Days 14-16: Parkers Cove, NS
• Port Royal National Historic Site
• Tidal Power Generating Station
• Royal Historical Botanical Gardens
• Fort Anne National Historic Site
• Lunch in Annapolis
• Candlelight Graveyard Tour
• Free Day

Days 17-18: Lunenburg, NS
• Lunenburg Fisheries Museum
• Evening Dinner
• Free Day

Days 19-22: Halifax, NS
• Tour of Citadel
• Lunch
• Peggy’s Cove
• Evening Dinner
• The Nova Scotia International Tatoo
• Free Day

Days 23-26: Cape Breton, NS
• Bus Tour of Cape Breton Highland National Park to Include Lunch
• Les Trois Pignons
• Whale Interpretative Center
• Fortress of Louisbourg
• Free Day
• Evening Dinner

Days 27: Debert, NS

Days 28-31: Charlotetown, PEI
• Dinner at New Glasgow Lobster House
• City Tour of Charlottetown
• Confederation Center of the Arts
• Lunch at Prince Edward Island Preserve Company
• Green Gables
• Cavendish Beach
• “Anne of Green Gables”
• Free Day
• Farewell Dinner

Days 32: Departure
• Continental Breakfast

Tow cars are optional, but recommended. CB Radios are required.

PRICE INCLUDES: Caravan hosts and tailenders, camping fees, admission to attractions and meals noted in the itinerary, taxes and gratuities. Bussing is provided on all tours except when it is impractical to bus a short distance. In this case tow cars will be used.

NOTE: The electric service on this caravan will not always accommodate your air conditioner or electric heater.

IMPORTANT: Identification is necessary for Customs and Immigration. All US and Canadian citizens will need a valid passport when crossing the U.S./Canadian borders.

NOTE: This event is subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, or for the best interest of the participants.

Past Photos

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