Safety and guidelines

Fundy National Park

Water and water-related activities

Safety for water and water related activities

Drones or unmanned air vehicles (UAV)

Use of drones at Parks Canada places

Wildlife

Information on wildlife safety in the park.

Winter safety

Information on winter safety in the park, including driving, hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and skating.

Ticks and Lyme disease

Tick safety and lyme disease prevention.

Highway Safety

While travelling through the park, especially at dusk and dawn, beware of deer and moose crossing the highway.

  • Obey posted speed limit signs
  • Reduce speed on hills and around turns
  • Watch out for cyclists and pedestrians on the roadways

Please drive with caution and enjoy your visit to the park.

Hiking And Backcountry Camping Safety - Be prepared!

Remember that you are responsible for your own safety and security!

Trails
Stay on marked trails. Trails that are not marked are not maintained and natural hazards may be present increasing the risk of serious injury.

In case of an emergency
Call 911. If you are in a remote area be prepared for the possibility that you may have to wait for help to arrive.

Cell phone coverage
Coverage is not available everywhere in the park. Pay phones are located at the visitor information centre.

Be prepared
Dress for the weather and be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions. Check weather forecasts before venturing out.

Remember
Always ensure you have a trip plan, appropriate training for your planned activities, and take the essential equipment. Please visit the AdventureSmart website for more detailed information on planning your outdoor activities.

Drinking Water

Assume all surface water is unfit to drink unless first boiled for 10 minutes or adequately filtered.

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