Activities and experiences
Fundy National Park
The world’s largest tides are Fundy’s claim to fame. Hop in a kayak at high tide or explore the fascinating mudflats left exposed at low tide. But don’t overlook Fundy’s other charms like great hiking and camping.
Whether you prefer to camp in a tent, in a trailer, in accommodations or in the backcountry, we have the experience you're looking for!
Put on your rubber boots or aqua socks and take a mystical stroll along the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
Come out for tobogganing or to enjoy our winter trails where you can hike, snowshoe, ski or fat bike.
Choose tent, RV, backcountry camping and other forms of accommodation from the oTENTik, the yurt, the Oasis as well as the rustic cabins.
Put on your rubber boots and walk through fields of mud, sand and seaweed at low tide.
Walk along over 100 km of hiking trails in Fundy National Park. Enjoy beaches, waterfalls, brooks and more.
Fundy offers many bicycle trails for every level.
Spend your day on our 9-hole golf course designed by Stanley Thompson.
Spend the day swimming in our heated saltwater pool or in one of our lakes.
Have a paddling adventure in our two lakes or along the Bay of Fundy. You can bring your own boat or rent.
Fish brook trout in Bennett Lake and Wolfe Lake during the summer season. Permits can be purchased at the Visitor Reception Centres.
Fundy National Park features 12 red Adirondack chairs. Take a photo sitting in it and tag us online.
Fundy National Park’s staff and partners provide you with a variety of opportunities to experience a landscape and a culture shaped by the Bay of Fundy.
Experience Fundy National Park's winter activities. Enjoy camping, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing and more.
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