Come see us on Campobello!
Our van is picking you up at any place on Campobello and Lubec. We do custom private tours and groups are welcome.
Our "Step-on Guide Service" has been popular for bus groups as well as private tours and we continue offering this great way to see Campobello in 2017. Our guide will meet you at any location on Campobello Island and you will enjoy all sights and hear about our rich history. All standard tours will last about 3hrs. If you are in a Motor coach or are a motor coach operator, your tour will be shorter as coaches cannot access the Natural area of the Roosevelt Park.
Specialty tours, also in combination with Tours to St.Andrews can be tailored to your personal wishes.
Coming from the U.S. you will need your passport and please remember that Campobello is on Atlantic Time.
(Eastern Time+1hr.)
For reservations please call or email a day prior to your intended visit. Any later attempt to make a reservation may go unsuccessful as we might be on a tour just when you call.
Thanks for visiting and be welcome to the island.
2018 Rates:
3 hrs Van-Tour across the Island CAD 40/person, USD 30/person
Step-on Guide (joining you in your vehicle) CAD 30/hr, USD 20/hr.
Walking Tours: CAD 35/hr. USD 25/hr.
PRIVATE TOURS: Call for individual rates.
1-506 752 1901/1-506 321 4567
Useful information on crossing our border to the United States: LINK

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Sunday, February 4, 2018

Novel #2

It is our pleasure to introduce our readers to the 2. Novel by author Bernard J.Bourque of Campobello Island. It is a follow-up of the story of Mr Louis and the Tyn-Y-Coed II, a replica of the historic Campobello Resort Hotel. 

         The original Tyn-Y-Coed on Campobello

A story of intrigue, it follows the life of Louis Pembroke and his interactions with challenging employees and excentric guests, culminating in a murderous revenge.  

The book can be ordered either directly from the author: or through Amazon: ISBN 978-0-9959301-3-1

We wish Happy Shock Reading!

Friday, January 19, 2018

Campobello - A Winter-Wonder-Land In January

When it snows on Campobello the Island changes scapes. You wake up one morning, and you are greeted by a dark blue sky and a blinding white landscape, the blue sea contrasting in the background. It is a transformation which needs to be experienced. It is not often it happens, but when it does everybody is out and about. We went to the beach, then followed a forest trail finishing off with a visit to Head Harbour Lightstation. Our pics are only inspirations. They will never give you the full idea. For that, you gotta come here. The motel is available and at the recently established Sally Anne's Cafe in Lubec you can enjoy a great breakfast from 6am, if you are up that early. 

Another choice is the historic Peacock House B+B in Lubec. So why wait. Check it all out now...then come back in the summer. Our Island Tours are going on year-round. 
Give us a call at 
506-752 1901

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The Storm And The Old Brine Shed

Just a few weeks ago I was writing about the Little Town across the border and its past history of fishing and fish processing.
1-20170904_141149One of the really old buildings from that time was the brine shed, built on pilings high above the water. Occasionally we have seen the water of the high tides reaching to the floor boards of the building. And I think most people realized that it would only be a matter of time until it would be gone.

Now it is gone, indeed.

It was the winter storm of the past days which “took care” of it. The pilings gave way and the entire building started floating freely.
1-Brine Shed                First landing in Lubec. FDR-Bridge in background

At first it settled on the beach in Lubec, but the next high tide floated it off. Under the bridge it went and then landed on the Canadian side below the highwater mark in the Roosevelt Campobello International Park.
1-DSC_0760-001There it sits, with a chimney of bricks and a lot of loose debris spread all around.
1-DSC_07631-DSC_0764Even a conveyer belt of steel followed with it.
It is sad that the old building where many people worked in the past, had to go this way.