Ronald Beckwith, Superintendent
Franklin D. Roosevelt spent many enjoyable vacations at his summer home on Campobello Island in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy. His magnificent 34-room residence is today the centerpiece of Roosevelt-Campobello International Park, preserved as a memorial and as a symbol of the close friendship between Canada and the United States. The site contains a park, gardens and a visitors center offering exhibitions and films. Free daily teas (first-come, first-served), exploring the history of Eleanor Roosevelt’s life, are served at 11 am and 3 pm (AT). Roosevelt Campobello International Park is enjoyed by tens of thousands of visitors each year.