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(2024 - Spring/Summer Issue)


Ahhh, summer—we’ve been waiting for you! Dive into the Great Outdoors in Atlantic Canada with endless adventures accompanied by sunshine, salt air and swoon-worthy scenery.

And, when daytime turns to nighttime, relax at one of the seven Rodd Hotels & Resorts and enjoy their warm welcome and legendary hospitality. Located in prime locations throughout Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, here’s the sensational summer trip guide for families and couples.

Wet & Wild in New Brunswick

On the banks of the Miramichi River, the Rodd Miramichi is in the heart of an angler paradise big on salmon and striped bass fishing (catch-and-release). Head to nearby Kouchibouguac National Park for beach fun and see a stretch of golden dunes. Finish the day in the glow of a spectacular sunset.

A Backyard Bore

Not everyone can boast about a world-famous tidal bore in their backyard, but in New Brunswick, the Rodd Moncton has a front-row seat to watch 100 billion tons of water propelled by the Bay of Fundy tides. Visit Fundy National Park and ride these tides in a kayak or at low tide stroll along the ocean floor. Another must-see: Hopewell Rocks.

Seeing Stars in Nova Scotia

Enjoy the Rodd Grand Yarmouth’s picturesque waterfront and spend a star-studded night in the historic fishing town of Yarmouth. Experience some of the darkest skies in the western hemisphere at North America’s First Starlight Reserve.

The Reds of Prince Edward Island

Think of PEI and think red. Red sunsets, sweet red lobster, potatoes plucked from ochre soil, and the trademark craggy red cliffs. There are roughly 90 beaches, but don’t miss the local favourites—Bothwell Beach’s singing sand, the spectacular sandy Caven-dish Beach, and newcomer, Greenwich Beach with the island’s largest wind-shaped crests and just a 30-minute drive from Rodd Brudenell River Resort or Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort.

Culture Lovers

In downtown Charlottetown, PEI, you can browse quaint boutiques, craft breweries and bistros and catch a performance at the Confederation Centre theatre.

An ideal base for day-tripping, the historic Rodd Charlottetown opened in 1931 and oozes historic elegance from its storied past, while the modern Rodd Royalty is a family favourite with a glass-enclosed swimming pool and 32-metre waterslide.

Sea’s the day!

There’s no place like the Maritimes for a summer adventure. What is on your (clam) bucket list?

Travel Planner

For reservations and more information on Rodd Hotels & Resorts see roddvacations.com or call toll-free: 1-800-565-RODD (7633).

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