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 26 – March 7, 2021.
Get ready for some serious fun when you gather the family and head outside this Family Day weekend to go to the 12th Annual Fundy Winterfest. There are events taking place until February 28th. So, you should be sure to check out the full list to see what event is taking place, and where. Make sure to dress warmly, it’s definitely cold out there.
Saint John, Quispamsis, Rothesay, and Grand Bay-Westfield municipalities.
January 31 – February 28, 2021
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Foodbank Movie: The Croods: A New Age
Finish your March Break by visiting the historic Vogue Cinema for one of two showings of The Croods: A New Age! A fun movie for the entire family, the Croods are challenged by a rival family the Bettermans, who claim to be better and more evolved.
Vogue Cinema, 9 Bridge Street, Sackville
Saturday, March 6, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Explore Rotary St-Anselme Park
Rotary St-Anselme Park is an excellent location for outdoor winter fun! Spen the day fat biking, walking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing the trails at Rotary St-Anselme Park.
Rotary St-Anselme Park, 200, rue Parc, Dieppe
A Winter Fun Getaway
Winter is a great time to get outside and explore the beautiful outdoors and have fun! Book an overnight stay or just spend the day enjoy sleigh rides, trail rides, snowshoeing, skating and other fun winter activities.
Broadleaf Ranch, 5526 Rte. 114, Hopewell Hill
Call 506-882-2349 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sugar Bush – La Causerie Inc
Sugar Bush La Causerie Inc is a popular maple farm. Many snowmobile enthusiasts visit this sugar bush to explore the forest and the fresh snow. Details
178 Sucrerie Road, Sainte-Marie-de-Kent
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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
Sunday Winter Opening
Explore the Magnetic Hill Zoo in the beautiful wintry setting and see the animals play in the snow. Come enjoy a 1-kilometre walk outdoors to view our winter-hardy animals.
Magnetic Hill Zoo
Sundays, March 7, 14, 21, 28, 2021, from 11 am – 3 pm ( All guests must exit by 3:45 pm)
Tickets: $6 – Ages 19+, $4 – Ages 4 – 18, Ages 0 -3 are FREE.
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
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. Details
596 Val-d’Amour Road, Atholville
Varies depending on activity.
There is nothing better than the silence of the forest after a snowfall. New Brunswick is home to many wonderful hiking trails that turn into a fantastic winter wonderland for snowshoeing and winter hiking. Many of the trails are easily accessible, whereas others will take some amount of hiking to just reach the trail.
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Mont Farlagne Outdoor Centre
Get ready to hit the slopes with the family at Mont Farlagne Outdoor Centre this March Break. The snowpark, snowshoe trail and tubing are open. Details
360 Mont Farlagne Road, Edmundston
Varies depending on activity
2021 NB Cup
Annual ski competition at Killarney Lake Park. Freestyle race on Saturday and classic race on Sunday. All ages and levels welcome. Details
Killarney Lake Park, 1600 St. Mary’s Street, Fredericton
March 6 – 7, 2021
Skiers must pre-register
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. Details
186 Route 117, Kouchibouguac National Park
Adult: $7.90, Senior: $6.90, Youth: free (17 and under), Family/group: $16.00
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Visit a Nature Park
Enjoy the glorious natural hotspots in New Brunswick through hiking or a leisurely walk. From fabulous options to enjoy various migratory birds that visit the province to walking on the ocean floor, here are 20 places to enjoy nature in New Brunswick.
Dine Around Freddy
Savour the flavours of Fredericton with Dine Around Freddy, Fredericton’s winter celebration of fine cuisine, and great food deals!! Details
February 18 – March 7, 2021
$35 / person for a 3-course meal
Inclement weather? The fun doesn’t need to stop when the weather changes. Move the fun inside at one of the many indoor entertainment centres, museums, markets, and other indoor adventures.
March Break At Algonquin Resort
Getaway with the family this March Break and join the fun at the Algonquin Resort! Activities include a magic show, belly dancing, movies, scavenger hunt, ghost tour, and use of games room. Details
Algonquin Hotel, 184 Adolphus Street, Andrews by-the-Sea
Various dates from February 26 – March 7, 2021
Swim at Canada Games Aquatic Centre
The Canada Games Aquatic Centre will be running special March Break swims. Swims include the blue slide, 1m and 5m diving board, and Tarzan rope. Details
Canada Games Aquatic Centre, 50 Union Street, Saint John
March 2, 4 & 5, 2021 | Each swim will be 90 minutes
Tickets are $8/person and 1 ticket per person is required for all ages; Advanced registration is required
A Trip to Fundy National Park
Plan a trip to the Fundy National Park with your family. Book an oTENTik or camp in your own tent and explore the park on skies or snowshoes.
James Mullinger & Friends
James Mullinger was one of the UK’s top comedians and the Comedy Editor for GQ magazine when he moved to New Brunswick in 2014. Since his arrival, he has taken the country by storm. He has sold out shows across the country, made appearances on CBC’s The Debaters, movies, Television shows, festivals, award shows and stand up specials…he’s done it all. Details
Sussex Drive-In, 133 Aiton Road, Sussex East
Saturday, March 5, 2021 | 9:00 PM – 11:30 PM
March Break Adventures
Enjoy a staycation with Radisson Kingswood Hotel & Suites. Have a weekend of winter fun! Details
Radisson Kingswood Hotel & Suites, 703 Queen St, Fredericton
Various; Call the Radisson at 506.206.6270 for reservations or for more information.
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Experience Moncton’s heritage and learn about technology at Resurgo Place. They will be open over March Break.
Your visit will include: DIY Craft stations, “Damn You Alcohol” (Travelling Exhibition), Giant Interactive Floor Map of Moncton, Glimpses into Moncton’s unique saga in our Heritage Collection, “Moving Science” demonstrations: vortex cannon, hovercraft, and more! 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.
Fun at Elmhurst
Enjoy fun in the snow! Grab your skis and get ready for cross country skiing, or strap on a pair of snowshoes and hike the great outdoors.
Elmhurst Outdoors, 65 Ganong Road, Kingston
Ski/Snowshoe Trail Pass: $8 – $10
Getaways in New Brunswick during March
March is the perfect time to get away from it all and spend some time relaxing and having fun. Gather up the family and get ready to make March Break memories that will last a lifetime. Check out the 10 getaway ideas in New Brunswick and have a fantastic time in March.
Riding your bike with your family is always a great way to spend an evening, or even a weekend. It gets everyone outside, active and brings the family closer together.