The New Brunswick Internment Camp was a total of 58 acres, which included a 15 acre fenced in prison compound. It was one of 26 such camps across Canada and the only one in the Maritime Provinces.  There were 5 rows of barbwire and 6 machine gun towers.  The camp consisted of 52 buildings, including 14 in the prisoner compound.

A scale replica of the camp constructed by Minto Middle School students