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New Brunswick’s first incorporated town (in 1856), Woodstock still preserves many fine old buildings on its leafy streets, and a self-guiding walking-tour leaflet is available from the visitor information center. A focal point of the town is the meeting of its two rivers, the St. John and the Meduxnekeag, with riverside walks, a nature reserve, a floating dock in summer, and a small marina. The
big celebrations are Old Home Week and the Dooryard Arts Festival, both in August. Other than that, it’s a laid-back town with a kind of understated charm.
Edmundston, the unofficial capital of Madawaska County, has always depended on the wealth of the deep forest around it—the legend of Paul Bunyan...
The title, "French Fry Capitol of the World" does nothing to convey how pretty Florenceville is, with its Main Street running right along the...