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You can save up a lot when you book a car rental in Campbellton using VroomVroomVroom. Situated along the Restigouche River, near Pointe-ala-Croix, Campbellton, “The City of Two Coasts," is a beautiful city that you can visit in Restigouche County, New Brunswick, Canada.
The city was established in 1889 and incorporated in 1958. Their economy is based on forestry and tourism, but the city is also an important commercial center of Restigouche County. Notable residents of the city include politician Roy Boudreau, businessman Rayburn Doucett, hockey player John LeBlanc, singer Patsy Gallant and sports broadcaster Peter Maher. If you plan seeing this place, you can do it all through the year and you should not miss its most important points of interest.
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Top Attractions within Campbellton
Riverside Park is a history museum in open air, depicting the agitated history of Campbellton. It displays two cannons, one has fleurs-de-lys painted on it and one has stylized anchors. The cannons were found by the Busteed family on their land at the end of the 18th century. In this Campbellton park there are also two memorials raised in the honor of the soldiers that died in World War I and World War II. Their names are written on the monuments located in the park.
The Restigouche Gallery is an important cultural attraction of Campbellton and of the entire county. It has a lovely gallery filled with works of art of the local artists, that are permanent and a few temporary collections that are available only several months a year.
Sno-Fest, also known as Festi-Neige is an annual event held in Campbellton, celebrating snow. It is held each year in February and celebrated with different activities. This Campbellton festival is very appreciated by the locals and the visitors for the entertainment offered – live music performances, outdoor theatrical displays and of course, the famous cook-outs, where several chefs compete to offer the best food.