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Attractions



ATTRACTIONS

Please Click on Community Links

Aroostook Valley Country Club www.avcc.ca



Carleton Victoria Arts Council www.cvarts.ca




Perth-Andover Farm Market
Join us at the Perth-Andover Farm Market at the Perth-Andover Royal Canadian Legion Curling Club every Saturday morning from 9:00am to 1:00pm, June to September.

Great Ambience / Great Entertainment

Friendly People / Food Court

Ethnic and Regular Food

Home Cooking

Annuals and Perennials / Fresh Farm Produce

Meat and Eggs

Crafts and Dolls / Ceramics and Pottery

Antiques and Treasures

Other Assorted Booths

Let Us Be a Part of Your Saturday Morning Experience and share the Riches of the Upper St. John and Tobique River Valleys.



Waterfront Park
Enjoy a picnic along the scenic St. John River or simply pass an afternoon relaxing near the fountain. The Waterfront park, along West Riverside Drive has picnic facilities, barbeque areas, and docks. A perfect spot to pull off the river for a rest!



Southern Victoria Historical Museum
Open Daily, June through September. Home to many Victoria County treasures from our past. Our Knowledgeable staff is present to guide you through the experience. Located on West River side Drive (Andover)






Victoria County Court House
Located on West Riverside Drive, historic property.



Riverfront Boardwalk
Explore the downtown business district of Perth-Andover and visit our many specialty shops along the scenic St. John River while your here you can take a nice leisurely walk and enjoy our educational cultural walkway located along the beautiful waterfront.



NB Trail
The NB Trail is located on the old railway line and bridges both sides of the St. John River. Recently completed, this provincial trail is part of a national project to span from East to West. It is covered with a carpet of crushed rock for easy walking and biking.



Appalachian Trail
This trail will eventually be connected with the NB Trail in this area. Following the Appalachian Mountain Range, it will begin at Mt. Katahdin in Maine's Baxter State Park and will end at Mt. Carleton, in New Brunswick, the Maritime's highest point. It is soon to be completed.