Grand Manan is situated on an island of the same name, located in the Bay of Fundy. Grand Manan is also the southern most point of New Brunswick, mere minutes from the shores of Maine. Grand Manan was first discovery by Europeans in the 1700s, as they would later use the land for smuggling. Before the Europeans and Loyalist of the American Revolution came to the island, the Passamaquoddy natives inhabited the land. At one time, Grand Manan was a part of Nova Scotia, as well as America, but New Brunswick would eventually claim the land in exchange of other areas of land. Main industries in Grand Manan are fishing and tourism. Grand Manan is a total of 116 km (72.1 mi.) southwest of Saint John, including a ferry ride to Blacks Harbour.

Grand Manan is home to a wide variety of attractions and activities. Grand Manan is home to many art galleries, each delving into local history and displaying local art work. A whale and seabird research station in Grand Manan works at preserving the local wildlife and also includes shopping for tourists. A local museum will explain all the history of the area via displays, exhibits and much more. There are many lighthouses on Grand Manan Island, all of which are beautifully placed amid breathtaking views of the shoreline and the ocean. Grand Manan Island also features marshes and dunes and numerous types of birds and wildlife. As well, the Hole in the Wall Park includes hiking trails, beaches, woodlands, wildlife and so much more.

Grand Manan accommodations include bed and breakfasts, cottages, motels, inns and campgrounds.

Castalia Marsh Retreat
11 Bancroft Point Rd.
Hole In The Wall Park Campground
42 Old Airport Rd.
Seaside Haven Cottages
Long Term
10 Seaside Lane
Spray Kist Cottages
Long Term
2262 Route 776
Surfside Motel
123 Route 776
Swallowtail Overlook
Long Term
50 Lighthouse Rd.
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