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Fall Brook Falls opens for May long weekend

This long weekend, we encourage you to gather with your friends and family and visit Fall Brook Falls, which is officially open for the season!

Fall Brook Falls, located near Boiestown in central New Brunswick, was first measured by William Ganong in the late 1800s as he surveyed most of New Brunswick's nature features. The waterfall is New Brunswick's highest continually running waterfall and has high cliffs on three sides. 

To get to the waterfall, make your way to the gatehouse at 46°31'33.1"N 66°30'20.3"W on route 625 in Stanley Parish, New Brunswick. A $10 entrance fee is required and can be paid by cash or debit. The Fall Brook stream leads into a ravine, with a path alongside to access the falls. 

We hope you get the chance to get out and discover the gift of nature this weekend and all year-round.

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