Fundy National Park
Experience the world’s highest tides along the Bay of Fundy. Explore the bay as you paddle in a kayak as the waters rise up to 12 m or more, walk the otherworldly ocean floor at low tide, or venture inland where trails lead to waterfalls deep in Acadian forests.
Camping in Fundy National Park
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!
Recovering Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon
Fundy National Park is working hard with partners to recover Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon.
A large trail system of over 30 trails with soaring coastal views showcasing the highest tides in the world and the Acadian forest.
Visiting Fundy National Park
Activities and experiences
Things to do, trails, events, programs, itineraries, volunteering, and red chairs.
Make a reservation for campsites and accommodations.
Camping and overnight accommodations
Types of accommodations, equipped camping, and nearby accommodations.
Tours and programs
Guided tours, programs, workshops, and learning experiences.
Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Safety and guidelines
Wildlife, weather, environment, insect, and seasonal safety.
Plan your visit
How to get here, equipment rentals, fees, facilities and services, meeting and event rentals.
Passes and permits
The seasonal and discovery admission passes and fishing permits can be purchased on-site. Buy your Discovery Pass here.
About Fundy National Park
Nature and science
Conservation and science, animals, plants, the environment, and research.
Culture and history
History, culture, cultural landscape, designation information.
Stewardship and management
Partners, film permits, research permits, plans, and policies.
Contact Fundy National Park
For emergencies within the park
Hours of operation
Park access: Always open
Information centre and campgrounds:
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