Heritage Corridor Logo ENGLISHWelcome to the River Valley! Region 2 of the St. John River Heritage Corridor is home to “French Fry Capital of the World”, The “Longest Covered Bridge in the World” and “New Brunswick’s First Town”

SJRVTA won the 2008 Excellence & Innovation Award in Tourism Marketing from Tourism & Parks, in the production of 15 minute video showcasing communities, events and products. A visit to the River Valley is just a click away… to view video.

DSC_6430rOur communities host year-round festivals and events from long-standing: Gathering of the Scots, Paint the Heartland, and Old Home Week, to new events including: Festival of Flavour, Larlee Creek Hullabaloo, and the Dooryard Arts Festival. These events serve to increase civic pride and are centered on art, music or food, and offer both the travelling tourist and the local citizen great entertainment!

Shop one of the weekly Farm Markets for fresh produce or local art, walk or bike the trails, golf at one of four courses, have a family picnic at one of the shelters or enjoy shopping at local retail shops.

fiddle headFollow the Fiddlehead Signage for the River Valley Scenic Drive, which follows the St. John River.