Point Wolfe shelter

Fundy National Park

Our Point Wolfe Shelter experience allows you to escape to the wilderness. Step outside to enjoy the natural sights and sounds that winter offers or stay warm and relax in a fully insulated and furnished shelter. This unit is available for rent from November through April by visiting the Parks Canada reservation system. 

Walk in distance from the shelter

During the winter, it is a 15 km return hike or snowshoe trek to the shelter. 

Caregivers and their child sitting closely at a picnic table surrounded by snacks. Stacked firewood is drying next to the wood stove in the background
A family nestled inside the Point Wolfe shelter in the winter and enjoying a snack.
Caregiver and child snuggled up in a blue sleeping bag reading a book, while father is carefully adding wood to the fire inside the wood stove
The Point Wolfe shelter offers a warm and cozy environment to relax and read your favourite book.

What to bring

  • Winter-rated sleeping bag
  • Mattress pads and pillows
  • Lantern
  • Flashlight
  • Cooking gear
  • Dishes
  • Water

What we offer

  • Inside the shelter
  • Interior wood heating stove
  • Firewood
  • Bunk beds for six
  • 3 picnic tables
  • A counter area
  • A broom and a dustpan
  • Outside the shelter
  • A dry toilet
  • A picnic table



  • Visitors must check in and check out at the Visitor Information Centre
  • The use of candles is not permitted in the shelter
  • Pack in, pack out: do not leave garbage on site or inside the shelter. Garbage bins are located in the parking area
  • Smoking is NOT permitted in the shelter
  • Pets are allowed
  • The shelter must be swept clean before departure
  • Winter parking for the shelter is located at the coastal east trail parking lot
  • Check-in: anytime after 3 pm
  • Check-out: no later than 11 am

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