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Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada | Map, Camping, Activities

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada | Map, Camping, Activities

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Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada

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National Park Info

Area (Milllion Acres)
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Things NOT to do
  • Pets are not permitted at the Bennett Lake beach, the swimming pool, and on the golf course
  • Campfires are only permitted in the fireplaces provided.
  • Drinking surface water
  • The use of firearms
  • Paragliding
  • Parachuting
  • To disturb or collect any plants, animals, rocks, shells or artifacts.
How to get there?
Fundy National Park is located near the Village of Alma, New Brunswick, on provincial Highway 114. The nearest bus terminals are in Sussex and Moncton. Airports are located in Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton.

By Car

From Fredericton: take Trans-Canada Highway 2 east towards Moncton, turn south at exit 365 at Coles Island on to highway 10. This will take you to Sussex. At Sussex follow highway 1 towards Moncton. Then take Route 114 at exit 211.

From Saint John: take Highway 1 east towards Moncton. Then take Route 114 at exit 211.

From Moncton: head southwest on Highway 114.

There is no public transportation directly to or from the park

By Rail

Via Rail has regular train service to the nearest train station, Moncton.
When to go?
  • Spring
  • Summer
Facilities Available
  • Accessibility
  • Camp Grounds
  • Community Services

Fundy National Park Information:

A beautiful coastal park with miles of hiking trails along rugged shores and bubbling forest streams. Fundy National Park of Canada encompasses some of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick. Here, the conifer dominated Caledonia Highlands roll down to meet the fog-generating Bay of Fundy. The tidal fluctuation of the Bay of Fundy is the highest in the world. Watch fishing boats come and go to the rhythm of the bay. Inland, explore lush forests and deep stream valleys.

Our park has over 100 kilometers of hiking trails, both inland and along the coast. A number of the trails lead to waterfalls, rivers and secluded lakes, which are excellent for swimming. Fundy Park also has six trails for mountain biking.

Fundy National Park is more than 206km sq. of lush river valley's mixed with coastal vista's, trails leading from the Bay of Fundy to high atop the Caledonia highlands.

Trails that take you from the rocky coast of the Bay of Fundy, to lush river valleys. If swimming is on your list of things to do, then there's a heated saltwater pool, cool clear rivers, or saltwater beaches on the Bay of Fundy.

Waterfalls can be found on many of the trails like Dickson Falls, and The Third Vault.  Point Wolfe is the home of the famous red covered bridge and is one of the most readily recognized Canadian landmarks.  There is a site marker where the original sawmill, and ship yard once stood.

There are 4 campgrounds: Headquarters, Point Wolf, Chignecto and Wolfe Lake. Tents, Trailers and RV's are welcome, Some of the trails have backcountry sites, these must be booked in advance.

Hiking is a big attraction at the park, with almost 110 kms of trails. From the .3 km Point Wolfe Beach trail to the 8 km Marvin Lake trail , there are a variety of trails to enjoy. Each trail will introduce you to a new area of the park, with it's own unique features. Caribou Plain (3.4 km total) has a Wheelchair accessible boardwalk loop (.5km) out to the edge of an active beaver pond.



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