For a coastal province, New Brunswick is relatively quiet even in Canada’s high season. This means that visitors can enjoy its unspoiled wilderness in solitude during the summer, when much of the country is at full capacity. Whether on a kayak in the Saint John River weaving through low islands or hiking a scenic trail in the Appalachian Mountains, intrepid travelers will find some well-deserved solitude. There are a million reasons to choose New Brunswick for your summer getaway. The Bay of Fundy has a magnificent shoreline of forest, rock, and swamp and is dotted with coastal islands. There are plenty of charming Acadian Villages to see, including Saint Andrews, perhaps the prettiest of all, and Fredericton, with its excellent Beaverbrook Art Gallery. To take full advantage of New Brunswick’s natural beauty, book one of these stylish summer camping rentals in the province’s countryside.