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Roosevelt Campobello International Park

459 Highway 774, New Brunswick E5E 1A4, Canada
+1 506-752-2922
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Great for learning

I thought this was going to be a heavy dose of political information but it turned out to be very... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
DL7195
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Westbrook
splendid Lighthouse

awesome photography opportunity, there is a fee to hike down and it is not suitable for people with... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Maritimemac
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New Brunswick, Canada
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Walk in the footsteps of the Roosevelts, visit Franklin's Beloved Island. The Summer Home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. His 34-room cottage has been preserved as a museum telling the story of his early life before he became President of the United States. Preserved by the U.S. and Canada. Open daily through Canadian Labor Day. Free admission.
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459 Highway 774, New Brunswick E5E 1A4, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I thought this was going to be a heavy dose of political information but it turned out to be very informative and while it did touch on some of his political accomplishments it was mostly family oriented information. This was mainly due to his LARGE...More

Thank DL7195
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

awesome photography opportunity, there is a fee to hike down and it is not suitable for people with mobility issues. But worth the hike.

Thank Maritimemac
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is must do if you find yourself on Campobello Island. hike over to the Island is very pretty and rugged. There are a couple of ladders (with rails) you must climb.

Thank BoyMot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have always been fascinated by FDR and loved visiting Hyde Park years ago and had Campobello on my bucket list. We had all sorts of problems getting there , ferrys that had stopped running etc but it was worth it . The home itself...More

Thank BBinNC
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a place. Drove and stayed in Lubec to get over to Campobello and check it off our “bucket list.” Folks were very helpful, and we were able to take a special “fun tour” with two exceptional guides. Jocelyn and Will were just superb and...More

Thank rnmteach
Reviewed 21 October 2017

When we went, the cabin where Fdr stayed was closed so we could only see the outside. The welcome center has pictures up to look at and videos to watch There are two lighthouses to see on the property Nice walking trails You should bring...More

Thank WonderWoman20162016
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Taking a trip from Portland up the coastal hwy to Campobello to see FDR's summer home and East Quoddy light house is the best trip ever. But take from May to September

Thank Amissym
Reviewed 18 October 2017

The morning "Tea" is free so try to go then if you can. We planned to do this, but when we arrived a tour guide had already booked nearly all the seats, even though they are not supposed to do so. The management felt bad...More

Thank George P
Reviewed 17 October 2017

What to say about a 19 room "cottage"? This park transports you back to the gilded age of NY/northeastern society, in the US as well as Canada. Where multimillionaires mixed, socialized and "roughed" it. When you tour FDRs place, you learn about his stays as...More

Thank dcr1837
Reviewed 16 October 2017

We really enjoyed the history and beauty of the island. Park staff at museum/info and homes so helpful. Do go to the film about the park too. The Park staff that presented the history at the tea were very good. We found some good hikes...More

Thank Lucy E
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Dabo71
14 September 2017|
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Response from Vern M | Property representative |
The best advice is to bring a jacket or a sweater no matter the time of year. Our waters are cold and when the wind shifts the temp can really drop.
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Carolyn T
8 May 2017|
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Response from Vern M | Property representative |
Hello, The Park opens on Saturday before US Memorial Day and the Saturday after Canada's Victoria Day. (This year May 27th.) The Park is scheduled to close the Saturday after US Columbus Day and Canadian Thanksgiving Day... More
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teacher91
14 February 2017|
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Response from John H | Reviewed this property |
Take tea with Eleanor and tour the houses. Total 4 hours. You can spend more time walking if you wish. If you take tea, do the paid tour not the free one. Much better.
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