I apologize for the vagueness of the question. I have traveled extensively, but little experience in Eastern Canada/New England. My daughter graduates High School in May and wants to do a New England/Canada coast trip for her graduation. There will be 4 of us.
Is the last week in May too early to visit? Is there a typical "spring thaw" that occurs and we need to wait? We like off times and low crowds. We don't mind cold weather. I have noticed several B&B are not available, wondering if they are not open yet.
Our main goal is the coast, covered bridges, landscapes, relaxation. I would like to visit Fundy Bay, reversing falls, and spend a couple of days in either Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island. If you have any suggestions, I appreciate the help, but have some ideas through research. I am researching, but more worried about the weather that time of year.
We have about 10 days, driving up from Maine.