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Once a shipbuilding centre, this Gateway to The Fundy Trail is famous for its red cliffs, caves and birdwatching activities.
Relax and enjoy yourself in the pristine, unspoiled charm of this fishing village.
Explore the St. Martins Sea Caves by kayak! Paddle under covered bridges in the historic harbour, discover the Fundy Trail coastline, and enjoy smoked salmon on the beach.
Built in 1974, this footbridge is 84 m (275 ft.) in length.
Built in 1935, this covered bridge is 22 m (72 ft.) in length.
Built in 1946, this covered bridge is 22 m (72 ft.) in length.
Built in 1927, this covered bridge is 29 m (94 ft.) in length.
Guided kayaking and hiking experiences in St. Martins and the Fundy Trail Parkway. Half-day, full-day, and multi-day adventures available.
Heritage inn on the Bay of Fundy, in the heart of the village. Well appointed rooms, range of prices and amenities, fine dining featuring fresh local cuisine.
On the Bay of Fundy, panoramic view of the caves, near Fundy Trail. Camping, cabins/trailer rentals. Chip & Putt, Wifi.
Community museum with a focus on the shipbuilding heritage, the local history of the St. Martins area and fascinating stories of the golden age of sail.
These are the Fundy Trail Parkway's beautiful pristine beaches, connected by trails and lined by cliffs and waterfalls.
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