Saint John, New Brunswick is located in Atlantic Canada and is recorded as the oldest incorporated city in Canada. The Bay of Fundy city rests at the mouth of the Saint John River with Kennebecasis River acting as a northern border for the community.
Dominating the city landscape is the large cruise ship terminal located in downtown Saint John. On the other side of the bridge are the Reversing Falls and rapids - a popular natural attraction.
Some of the more visited sites in Saint John include the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Loyalist House, Thomas Bell Residence, Carleton Martello Tower, Fort Charnisay, Fort Howe, HMS Plumper Shipwreck, Trinity Galleries, Citadel Gallery, and the Saint John Arts Centre. According to documents there 13 National Historic Sites of Canada in Saint John, New Brunswick.
People of Saint John enjoy activities like birdwatching, hiking, biking, picnicking, sightseeing, kayaking, boating, sailing, swimming, geocaching, fishing, golfing, zip-lining, xc skiing, snowshoeing and more. Some of the more popular natural attraction destinations include Irving Nature Park, Mispec Beach, Fallsview Park, the Reversing Rapids and Wolastoq Park.
Services important to travelers in Saint John include many accommodations, campgrounds, tours, guides, coffee houses, gas stations, grocery stores, internet, cell service and transportation services like cruise ship terminal, bus, car rentals, cab companies, ferry and the Saint John Airport.