Plan your stay

When you visit Riverside-Albert, stop at the Old Bank of New Brunswick Museum & Visitor Information Centre at the corner of Rte 114 and 915 for answers to your travel questions. This information centre is also a very interesting building to visit.

Riverside Consolidated School and Riverside Reads

Riverside Consolidated SchoolThe oldest consolidated school in use in Canada, Riverside Consolidated celebrated its 100th birthday in 2005. During the summer guided tours of the building are often available.

The school was designed by the notable architect W.E. Reid, who along with his brothers James and Merritt, designed numerous outstanding buildings throughout North America.

Old Bank of New Brunswick - Museum

(506) 882-2015
5985 King St., Riverside-Albert

Harvey Bank Heritage Shipyard Park and Lighthouse

Includes a 200ft replica of the ship Revolving Light
Mary's Point Rd., Harvey

Albert County Museum
Operated by the Albert County Historical Society

Open from June 15th to September 15th.
Hours: 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Admission: $2.00 adult $1.00 seniors + students

Located in Hopewell Cape.

Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre

Cape Enrage Adventures, Bay of Fundy
Visit the lighthouse, explore the beach, and enjoy the view from the cape.

For the adventurous: try the zip line or rappelling.
Meals are also available in the restaurant.

Located at Cape Enrage.

Fundy National Park

Fundy National ParkSome of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick.

120 km of hiking trails, camping facilities and activities for all the family.

Located in Alma.

Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site

Hopewell Rocks, Bay of FundyHome of the world's highest tides and the famous
"flowerpot rocks."

Located in Hopewell Cape.

Naturalist David Christie's Home Page

Scroll down David's page to get good links to information about the shorebirds at Mary's Point and the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network.

New Brunswick hiking trails network

This site offers trail descriptions, downloadable maps, and online weather reports.

You'll find a hiking trail for our region here at Fundy Coastal Trail, #22.

Studio on the Marsh

Studio on the MarshFeatures the wildlife art of well known Canadian wildlife artist Lars Larsen. The gallery offers a selection of his original art and prints, as well as a framing service.

Located in Harvey.

Visitor Information Centre

Riverside-Albert Village Office

5823 King Street

(506) 882-3022

The Maplegrove Inn

The Maplegrove InnA Canada Select 4 Star Inn conveniently located in Riverside-Albert.

Peck Colonial House Bed & Breakfast

Peck Colonial House and Tea RoomPeck Colonial House overlooks
Shepody Bay and is ten minutes from
Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park.

Located in Hopewell Hill.

Broadleaf Guest Ranch

Broadleaf Guest RanchRelaxing luxury log cabins and full service campground with panoramic views of Shepody Marshlands and Bay of Fundy. A variety of horseback adventures available, or enjoy a lobster supper in our ranch restaurant.

Located in Hopewell Hill.

An Artist's Garden

Artist's GardenAccommodation for Nature Lovers.
Surrounded by luxurious gardens, and a 10 minute forest walk from the waterfront.

Located in New Horton

Captain's Lookout cottages

Captain's Lookout cottagesDiscover our beautiful Bay of Fundy at our rustic pine cottages, high on a hill overlooking rugged shoreline and beaches.

Located in New Horton.

Chickadee Nest B&B

Chickadee Nest B&BA spacious, comfortable, and peaceful B&B in a renovated old school house.

Located in Harvey, on the way to Mary's Point.

Shepody Bay Inn

Family Treasures Inn B&B  Glorious view of Shepody Bay and Grindstone Island

4941 route 114, Hopewell Cape.

Florentine Manor

Florentine ManorA warm maritime welcome awaits you at our Heritage Inn in the natural unspoiled countryside of Harvey.

Located in Harvey.

Hopewell Rocks Motel & Country Inn

Hopewell Rocks Motel & Country InnLocated 2 minutes from the Hopewell Rocks. 32 years of serving the traveling public.

Located in Hopewell Cape.

Innisfree Bed & Breakfast

Our beautiful 150 year old home has been renovated to provide luxury Bed & Breakfast accommodations, with a distinctly Maritime flare.

Located in Hopewell Cape.

New Horton Lake Inn

New Horton Lake InnSituated on New Horton Lake.
.... come and relax with us

Sandpiper's Rest B&B

Sandpiper's Rest B&BSpend a peaceful night in our 140 year old home, located in a beautiful, quiet country setting, close to Mary's Point.

Located in Harvey.

Shepody Hunting Preserve & Country Cottage

Shepody Hunting Preserve & Country CottageEnjoy an escape weekend, family vacation, or special time with friends at beautiful Shepody Country Cottage.

Your hosts, Lynn and Claude Dixson, together with their family of 5, have enjoyed greeting guests at Shepody since 1989.      Located in Harvey.

Old Church Market and Eatery

The Maplegrove InnArtisan Market in beautiful, restored church. Sweets, coffee and light lunches available for sitting in or taking away

Located in Riverside-Albert.
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The Maplegrove Inn

The Maplegrove InnEvening dinner service is available upon request, resevations required.

Located in Riverside-Albert.

Broadleaf Guest Ranch

Broadleaf Guest RanchRanch kitchen serves a wide selection of dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Licensed.

Located in Hopewell Hill.

Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre

Cape Enrage Adventures, Bay of FundyMeals are available in the restaurant.

Located at Cape Enrage.

Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site

Hopewell Rocks, Bay of Fundy

Cafeteria style lunches, snacks and dinners.

Located in Hopewell Cape.

Hopewell Rocks Motel & Country Inn

Hopewell Rocks MotelLocated 2 minutes from the Hopewell Rocks.

Located in Hopewell Cape.

Victoria Manor

Victoria Manor Provincial Historic Site constructed in 1893 was the home of the Hon. Abner Reid McClelan (1830-1917) and his wife Ana B. Reid McClelan. Abner R. McClelan was a highly regarded business and political figure in the Province who was also a significant benefactor to the community. He was involved in shipping, agriculture and mercantile business. Abner R. McClelan was a member of the Canadian Senate at the time of the house’s construction, and would later become Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick from 1896 until 1902. Mr. McClelan and his brother in law Watson E. Reid built this sizable Queen Anne Revival style house in 1893 and spent his later years here.

The house is also significant because it was designed by the distinguished architect firm of The Reid Brothers. Watson E. Reid (1857-1943), resided locally at the time of the construction. In 1905 Mr W.E. Reid also designed the community’s Riverside Consolidated School as well as The Courthouse (1904) at the Albert County Museum in Hopewell Cape . Reid and his two older brothers (all three born and raised in Harvey, NB) would go on to design the Hotel del Coronado (1888) as well as many other wonderful design marvels in the California area. "The Del" is one of the most famous and luxurious beach hotels in the world still operating today. The Victoria Manor is founded on red sandstone from the local Memel Quarry that was active from 1880 to 1894. Victoria Manor is an example of eclecticism and elegance inside as well as the well groomed grounds emulated from the 19th century Queen Anne Revival style, while prominently illustrating the taste and affluence of a prominent local citizen such as McClelan. The finest materials and craftsmanship evident throughout the house along with its illustrious creators and remarkable state of preservation make Victoria Manor a significant heritage landmark. Proudly owned and maintained for its valuable community historic heritage by John & Fatima Lefrancois and their five children.

Victoria Manor in 1901 with Abner R. McClelan


Located in Riverside-Albert.