Grand-Sault is a rural town located on the Saint John River in northern New Brunswick, one of Canada’s maritime provinces. It is this proximity to Saint John’s River that makes this such an exciting destination, as one of the most famous attractions of New Brunswick is here: the Grand-Sault waterfall. The waterfall is over twenty-three metres high, and gushes over many vast rocks and overhangs. This captivating natural attractions is only one of many in this region. Mount Carleton, the tallest summit in New Brunswick, is also nearby, as are the Kennedy Lakes. Take a stroll through the town itself, down the famous Broadway Boulevard, and encounter wide streets filled with shops, galleries, and restaurants. The glamping rentals available here will top off what is destined to be a great holiday.