Fundy National Park

Connect with the land, the ocean and the wide-open sky at New Brunswick’s first national park, created in 1948. A coastal wonderland awaits! 

Set up in your choice of 3 campgrounds, then set off on adventure! The heated saltwater pool provides a refreshing place to relax after a long hike, and the playground provides hours of fun for the kids. Don’t forget about golf, tennis and lawn bowling! 

Explore over 120 km (75 mi.) of walking and hiking trails. Hike mountains, valleys, past sparkling waterfalls and crystal-clear streams. Discover the richness of the Acadian forest and learn the secrets of the Bay of Fundy’s giant tides

There are hundreds of different plant species, including the rare bird’s-eye primrose, found only in Fundy National Park. This flowering plant took root in the area when the glaciers melted back from the coast millions of years ago. 

Rent a canoe or kayak and explore beautiful Bennett Lake. While you’re there, have a picnic or go for a swim. Take a guided hike or beach walk, just a few of the many interpretive programs offered throughout the summer. 

Winter Activities

In the winter, enjoy snowshoe trails and about 25 km (15.5 mi.) of groomed cross-country ski trails maintained by the Chignecto Ski Club, a group of outdoor enthousiasts based in the village of Alma. The club operates a Jackrabbit program for young skiers and many other fun winter activities.

While visiting the region, set out to discover the other three Top Natural Attractions along the Bay of Fundy coast: Cape Enrage, the Fundy Trail Parkway and The Hopewell Rocks.

Fundy National Park

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