Are you thinking of relocating to the Greater Moncton and its surrounding area?
You're living in the region but need ideas of things to do?
The following blog post is the first of a 4 parts series of things to do around the region this Summer. With the rising price of gas, a lot of people are rethinking their vacation plans and are considering a staycation. Here are a few suggestions.
The Magnetic Hill Wharf Village
After being closed last Summer, it just reopened under new ownership! The newly renovated and vibrant Magnetic Hill Wharf Village features Unique shopping (6 different stores!), delicious food (licensed restaurant with local seafood!) and tasty treats (ice cream, fudge, candy, Café & more)! All are welcomed on deck, yes, even your fur babies!
Crooked Creek Lookout and Hiking Trail
Crooked Creek Lookout and Hiking Trail is about a 50 minutes drive from Moncton in Riverside Albert. Its Trail System is representative of the true natural beauty that surrounds us in New Brunswick. Not only is the Lookout breathtaking but the trail is beautiful, peaceful and relaxing. The trails are fairly easy but as with any hiking, be prepared. The trek down the gorge is a bit more challenging, but the view is well worth it and as a reward, you can jump in the fresh water!
Located right here in Moncton on a historic property from 1867, it has been in operation since 2005! This one offers you a few options. You could make it a romantic staycation at the B&B, with a picnic on the patio and watching the sunset over the city OR you could make it an outing with friends with the winery tour and tasting of its award-winning products.
For the second part of this blog in 2 weeks, we will give you a list of waterparks where the kids can play and cool themselves for FREE! Don't forget that for all of your real estate needs, you can contact us here