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Roosevelt Campobello International Park

459 Highway 774, New Brunswick E5E 1A4, Canada
+1 506-752-2922
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Scenic Historic Relaxing - Just Do It

A repeat visit to the historic and beautiful Roosevelt Campobello International Park left us again... read more

Reviewed yesterday
CO_Traveller62
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Denver, Colorado
Historic and beautiful

I love history so it was a no brainer to visit Campobello while traveling from Maine to New... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Karen R
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Baltimore, Maryland
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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 yesterday

A repeat visit to the historic and beautiful Roosevelt Campobello International Park left us again wanting to come back again. The Roosevelt home is unique and beautiful. A must see is the stunning bayview window in the Roosevelt living room. We also enjoyed the carriage...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I love history so it was a no brainer to visit Campobello while traveling from Maine to New Brunswick. Unfortunately, it was foggy, so the views were limited; but being in the same rooms used by Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt had great significance for me.

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My husband and I are on a 2 week road trip checking out the Maine coastline. We choose our last stop to be in the Lubec area. There was a couple of reasons, but the main one was to check out the Roosevelt Campobello Park....More

1  Thank Ali R
Reviewed 5 days ago

While I have visited many interesting historical homes this one, in particular, captured my imagination. FDR and his wife, Eleanor, spent their summers on Campobello Island over a period of fifty-six years. The simplicity of the life they lived here with their children is reflected...More

Thank journeyready
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just this last July my family and I drove up from Bar Harbor, Maine to visit Campobello Island. The Roosevelt cottage all 34 rooms was a historic experience. It only takes an hour but for Roosevelt fans it is very well worth it. Did you...More

Thank Robert F
Reviewed 1 week ago

No entrance fee at this wonderful site, tour FDR's summer cottage and hear the tragic story of how we was stricken with polio here back in 1920. Get there early so that you can get a ticket to have Tea with Eleanor (also free, at...More

Thank viajera1741
Reviewed 1 week ago

We started the day at the visitors center then "Tea with Eleanor " . So informative and enjoyable. The FDR summer cottage was historical and beautiful. Everything is well maintained and staff are knowledgeable and helpful. We spent the day exploring the hiking trails. Beautiful...More

Thank Mary G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Was a wonderful day. Visiting the Roosevelt cottage, the carriage roads, the beaches and the hikes. This is a great trip.

Thank 10sJohn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We loved experiencing the history of the Roosevelt summers, visiting the lighthouse and Herring bay. We came over from Canada via a ferry to Deer Island and then Deer Is.and to Campobello which made it particularly fun! Tea with Eleanor was a treat, the women...More

1  Thank Lori Z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This park is so beautiful! You really need more than a day to explore the park & see the Roosevelt homes, which are a must see. It takes you back in time when you tour the homes & beautiful Grounds!

Thank Caribislandseeker
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Dabo71
13 September 2017|
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Response from susan m | Reviewed this property |
We did the self guided tour of the house and grounds, there are many guides standing throughout the house that will answer questions about the home and the family but as far as I know there are no guided tours of the home... More
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Carolyn T
7 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
13 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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