New Brunswick

New Brunswick is the only Atlantic province that shares its borders with both Canada and the United States.

New Brunswick provides access to neighbouring:

Prince Edward Island (via the Confederation Bridge) at Cape Jourimain

Nova Scotia by both the TCH #2 near Sackville, NB to Amherst, NS;
and by a vehicle ferry service from Saint John, NB to Digby, NS.

Maine, USA at several border crossings. 24 Hour Service is available at:
Fort Kent, ME (US-1) to Clair, NB (Rte 205)
Madawaska, ME (US-1) to Edmundston, NB (Rte 120)
Van Buren, ME (Bridge Street) to Saint-Leonard, NB (Bridge Street)
Limestone, ME (SR-229) to Gillespie Portage, NB (Rte 375)
Fort Fairfield, ME (SR-167) to Perth-Andover, NB (Rte 190)
Houlton, ME (I-95) to Woodstock Rd, NB (Rte 95)
Vanceboro, ME (SR-6) to Saint Croix, NB (Rte 4)
Calais, ME (SR-9) to St. Stephen, NB (Rte 1)
Lubec, ME (SR-189) to Campobello Island, NB (Rte 774)

Quebec via TCH #2, near Edmundston, NB;
and the Gaspe Peninsula at Campbellton, NB.

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New Brunswick is comprised of 5 distinct regions:

Acadian Coastal Drive

Appalachian Range Route

River Valley Scenic Drive

Miramichi River Route

Fundy Coastal Drive