Located on the Bay of Fundy, near the village of Alma, Fundy National Park was established in 1948. This is New Brunswick’s first National Park and the Park protects Acadian Highlands, the site of the world’s highest tides. Walk on the ocean floor, experience high tides, hike along waterfalls, spend the night and join for festivals in the park.
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- Walk on the Atlantic
Discover a part of this ocean that you would never have seen were it not for the remarkable Fundy tides. As you walk the 1km stretch to the edge of the water you will have a chance to investigate the little creatures that the receding waters left behind.
- Watch the Tide Rise and Fall
When they say that Fundy has the highest tides in the world, they are not bragging! See them for yourself and become a believer and learn about the mysteries of the rugged Acadian coastline that is the site of highest tides in the world.
- Camp in Style
This park has everything you need to have unforgettable camping trip; from comfortable oTENTiks to isolated primitive campgrounds. Where do you want to spend the night?
- Explore the Hiking Trails
Fundy National Park has more than 100 kilometers of trails waiting for you. It doesn’t matter if you want a relaxing stroll or a gruelling challenge, you will find a trail that leads you through breathtaking terrains. While you hike find the 15 geocaches calling out to you, so bring out your GPS device and let the adventure begin. Your search will reveal extraordinary facts about Fundy’s natural and cultural history.
- Experience the Maritime Culture
There is something special about the music and culture of Atlantic Canada. You can find out what it is as you attend music series and festivals that are frequently held at the park.
- Paddle at High Tide
Sign up for a guided tour or paddle alone and experience the force of Fundy’s tide first hand. Everything looks different when the water is so high.
- Find all the Waterfalls
There are over 25 waterfalls located within the national Park. The popular ones are Dickson Falls, Third Vault Falls and Laverty Falls.
Join the efforts to protect the Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon. You will hike, snorkel and fall in love with this endangered species. Join Parks Canada’s team of biologists, interpreters and Fort Folly First Nations partners for an experience unlike any others.
Stop by the childhood home of Molly Kool and enjoy the sounds of fiddles, guitars and foot stomping. And don’t forget to try out some authentic Atlantic Canada cuisine.
Whether you love to ski, snowshoe, toboggan, slide or simply walk in the snow Fundy welcomes you to do it all this winter. You could also arrange to go winter camping.