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This was a great stop on our road trip for the kids to run around and picnic.
We stopped here to see the big axe, and it is big!!
There is a playground, pond, benches and portapotties near by; a dollar store and grocery store...More
As soon as I saw the gigantic axe, I thought of that famous lumberjack, Paul Bunyan! Framed by a grove of trees and the St. John River, this symbol of the New Brunswick forest industry is 15 meters tall. It weighs over 55 tons and...More
On the way to Hartland to see the longest covered bridge we stopped to see driving from Saint John about 1 1/2 hours. Picnic areas and porta potty. Alongside the lake besides the community center. Poor signage once in town so I recommend the town...More
Well, it's the World's largest Axe, what more could you want!
Good for taking touristy photo's, next to the St John River so good views all around. Nice little local pub across the street if your interested in a local bite to eat.
It's like 8 minutes off the Trans Canada Highway but for some reason so worth it! Just run down for a photo opp or picnic by the water. It's literally just a gigantic axe by the water in the tiniest town.
I don't know why, but this was super awesome. The axe is located approximately 10 minutes off the highway and in a beautiful park, so it's a nice place to stretch your legs and let the kids run around after sitting in the car. It's...More