Have some fun and spend some quality time with your friends and family in the beautiful province of New Brunswick. Listed below you will find a list of fun activities that are taking place in New Brunswick so that you can keep your kid from being bored and whiny for the whole week of March Break: February 28 – March 8, 2020.
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The event will be held on two weekends, March 1 and March 8.There will be 3 courses each weekend: 1) Short, 2) Intermediate and 3) Long.The short course will be the same each weekend.The intermediate and long courses will be different each weekend. Details
Fundy National Park, Alma
The courses will be located in the Chignecto Recreation Area and Chignecto North Campground.The event registration will be located inside the new Chignecto Recreation Area Pavilion.The Pavilion has washrooms and a heated seating area.
March 1 and March 8, 2020
For this event the fee will be $5/person.The maximum for a family will be $20.
Saint-Quentin Winter Carnival
The Saint-Quentin Winter Carnival is packed with winter fun for the whole family. It consists of family-oriented activities including the Bonhomme’s Party, an ATV rally, a costume party on ice, and the Miss Saint-Quentin Gala. Details
1295 Road 260, Saint-Quentin
February 27 – March 1, 2020
Lace up your skates, get out your snowshoes, your skis and shine up your toboggan. It’s Greater Saint John’s twelfth annual Winterfest, and we want to get you out to love the frosty weather at it’s best! There will be a full slate of winter activities for the entire family to enjoy, so get ready to put on your boots, grab a warm hat & mittens and come join us in the fun! See you there! Details
Saint John, Quispamsis, Rothesay, and Grand Bay-Westfield municipalities.
January 26 – February 29, 2020
Varies at each event
Sugar Bush at Kings Landing
Celebrate the coming of spring and pay homage to the sweet 200+ year-old tradition of collecting and preparing maple sugar! Enjoy a hearty pancake breakfast each day from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Welcome Centre.
Kings Landing has some awesome activities planned for both weekends, including encampment demonstrations, children’s activities, wagon rides, exhibits, entertainment, and, more! The King’s Head Inn will have a select Sugar Bush menu with traditional fare like venison stew and modern favourites like fries and hot dogs. The highlight for many will be the 19th-century sugaring demonstration with the sweet taste of maple candy on the snow. Details
5804 Route 102, Prince William
March 7 to 8 & 14 to 15, 2020, from 9 am to 4 pm
Sugar Bush Admission – Family $12.00, Adult $7.00, Child $3.50, 5 & under are FREE
Dumfries Maples: Sugar Bush and Pancake House
Get ready for some maple syrup fun at Dumfries Maples Sugar Bush and Pancake House. Take the family out to see how pure maple syrup is made or enjoy a maple breakfast on Saturday & Sunday in the Cedar Log Cookhouse. Details
7520 Route 102, Dumfries
Saturday, 9 am – 12 pm, Sunday, 9 am – 1 pm
Full Menu – prices vary
S.K. Export is surrounded by endless forests and is a buyer, packer, and seller of a huge variety of maple products. Learn how maple syrup goes from the forest to your table. There are old favorite candies alongside the latest maple creations that are available for purchase. Details
7346 Route 17, Kedgwick
Kenneth Maple Farms
Over 54,000 trees are tapped at the Kenneth Maple Farm. You can take the family out to enjoy a hearty, delicious All-you-can-eat breakfast, before checking out the forest. They have ‘Taffy on the Snow’ available on the weekends for visitors to sample. Details
71 Kenneth Road, West Glassville
Trites Family Sugar Bush
Opening for the season on March 7, 2020, the Trites Family Sugar Bush is a great way of ending March Break. Free guided tours are available, or you can stay warm in the restaurant and enjoy an All-you-can-eat breakfast, which also includes their maple taffy. Details
1278 Gorge Road, Stilesville
Sugar Bush – La Causerie Inc
Sugar Bush La Causerie Inc is a popular maple farm with its breakfast buffets and taffy-on-the-snow that are offered on the weekend. Many snowmobile enthusiasts visit this sugar bush to explore the forest and the fresh snow. Details
178 Sucrerie Road, Sainte-Marie-de-Kent
Enjoy high-quality maple syrup and a wide selection of maple products at Sucrerie Chiasson. There are two locations so nearly 250 people can enjoy their popular brunch. Details
1873 Bellechasse Street, Paquetville
NB March Break at Poley Mountain
Round up the kids and head out to Poley Mountain for a week full of fun. Each day during March Break there will be a theme and fun activities that will keep the whole family busy. Poley Bear will also be hanging out around the mountain. There will also be March Break School Camps. Details
Poley Mountain Resorts Ltd., Sussex, NB
February 29 – March 1, 2 & March 3 – 5 & March 6 – 8, 2020
$109.99 – $219.99
Sunday Winter Opening
Explore the Magnetic Hill Zoo in the beautiful wintry setting and see the animals play in the snow. The Ecodome and the Imaginarium will be open on both days. You can warm up with a free cup of hot chocolate, and kids under 12 can enjoy a free cookie. The Mobile Sugar Bush will be serving maple snow candy and taffy cones. Details
Magnetic Hill Zoo
Sundays, March 1 & 8, 15, 22, 29, 2020, from 11 am – 3 pm
$5 – Ages 18+, $3 – Ages 4 – 17, Ages 0 -3 are FREE. This is a ‘Cash only’ event.
Crabbe Mountain is known for having the highest and largest vertical in the Maritimes and having some of the best snowboarding and skiing terrain. Test your skills on the 32 alpine trails and glades, for all skill levels. There are over 30 km of trails for snowshoeing and Nordic-skiing trails. Details
50 Crabbe Mountain Road, Central Hainesville
Varies depending on activity
Sugarloaf Provincial Park Ski Resort
If you are looking for a skiing adventure for your family, you should definitely check out Sugarloaf Provincial Park Ski Resort. There are 12 Alpine ski trails for everyone from beginners to experts to experience. There is even a terrain park for free-ride enthusiasts. If you aren’t an outdoor enthusiast, you can relax in the T-Bar Restaurant and watch everyone else have fun on the hills. Details
596 Val-d’Amour Road, Atholville
Varies depending on activity.
Mont Farlagne Outdoor Centre
Get ready to hit the slopes with the family at Mont Farlagne Outdoor Centre this March Break. They are offering a reduced price lift ticket during this March Break. Along with skiing and snowboarding, there are also ice climbing walls and snowshoeing trails for everyone to enjoy. Details
360 Mont Farlagne Road, Edmundston
Varies depending on activity
Kouchibouguac National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park is still open in the winter, and there is a lot of fun in the snow to be had for kids of all ages. You can explore the lovely wintery landscapes by snowshoeing or cross-country skiing with the family. You can even go winter camping in the park. Details
186 Route 117, Kouchibouguac National Park
Adult: $7.90, Senior: $6.90, Youth: free (17 and under), Family/group: $16.00
March Break At Algonquin Resort
Getaway with the family this March Break and join the fun at the Algonquin Resort! We have March Break activities planned all week long for your enjoyment.
Two-night weekend package offerings February 28, 29 & March 1, March 7 & 8, 13 & 14, 2020 for the Algonquin’s March Break madness!
Midweek packages also available at from March 2nd to March 5th, March 8th to 12th, March 15th to 19th. Details
Algonquin Hotel, 184 Adolphus Street, Andrews by-the-Sea
Various dates from February 28- March 19, 2020
Ultimate Swims at Canada Games Aquatic Centre
During March Break, the Canada Games Aquatic Centre has expanded their Ultimate Swim times from just Saturdays and Sundays to include the entire week. Each day from 2 pm to 4 pm, all the pools at the Centre are open with slides, Tarzan ropes, diving boards and much more for kids of all ages to enjoy. Details
Canada Games Aquatic Centre, 50 Union Street, Saint John
March 2, 4 & 6, 2020, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
March Break Mania
Gather up your friends and family and head to Sky Zone Dieppe for a week of fun, games, prizes, and giveaways. There is fun to be had for kids of all ages when they play on the warped wall, ninja warrior course, toddler zone, tug of war and other fun games. Details
40 Champlain St, Dieppe
Varies due to activity
Experience Moncton’s heritage and learn about technology at Resurgo Place. They will be open over March Break. You can take the kids to check out the Worlds of the Night temporary exhibit to learn about the animals that are awake when you are sleeping. Details
20 Mountain Road, Moncton
Adult (18+) $10.00, Senior (60+) $8.00, Every Wednesday, 50% off individual admission for Seniors.
Youth (12-17) $7.00, Children (4-11) $5.00, Toddler (3 and under) free. (Not applicable to group rates)
Family (up to four people, maximum 2 adults) $24.00, extra children $2 off regular price.
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