Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada is located in the southwest corner of the province and it is the largest island on the Bay of Fundy. Large is relative as the island is only 34 km (21 mi) long and 18 km (11 mi) wide. The island sits in the Grand Manan Archipelago, just on the edge of the Gulf of Maine.
Activities most enjoyed on the island includes birding, sightseeing, picnicking, camping, cycling, hiking, boating, sailing, ATVing, fishing, whale watching, beachcombing, ocean kayaking, flightseeing, and mountain biking.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations on the island include the Red Point Picnick Area, Seal Cove Beach, North Head Beach, Anchorage Provincial Park, Indian Beach, Castalia Marsh, Dark Harbour, Grand Manan Migratory Bird Sanctuary, and Whale Cove's "The Hole-In-The Wall".
Some of the attractions, historic sites and cultural venues to visit on the island includes the Swallowtail Lighthouse, Long Eddy Lighthouse, Southern Head Lighthouse, Northern Head Viewpoint, Grand Manan Museum, and the Grand Manan Art Gallery.
Services important in and around Grand Manan Island, NB include accommodations, restaurants, general store, coffee houses, gas station, gift shop, internet, cell service, liquor store, post office, pub, art gallery, marina, ferry and the Grand Manan Airport.