Located on the west side of the province, York County was one of the original counties created in 1785. It is bounded on the northeast by Northumberland County, on the southeast by Sunbury County, on the south by Charlotte County, on the southwest by the State of Maine and on the northwest by Carleton and Victoria Counties.

Parishes of York County:


Bright		Canterbury		City of Fredericton
Douglas		Dumfries		Kingsclear
Manners Sutton	McAdam			New Maryland
North Lake	Prince William		Queensbury
Saint Marys	Southampton		Stanley 


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Mactaquac Country
An introduction to this vacation region, featuring accommodations, campgrounds, historical sites, activities, restaurants, shopping, visitors services, contact details and tourist links.
York County Genealogical Guide
Full description of the county by the Provincial Archives in PDF format. [PDF]
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