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Breathtaking

Fundy Natl. Park is a gorgeous setting that focuses on the unique claim fo fame; the highest tidal... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
KEVIN K
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HOUSTON
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Great park

A wonderful location, the view in the sunshine is outstanding and there are several areas with the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
nikki317
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Adelboden, Switzerland
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A beautiful coastal park with miles of hiking trails along rugged shores and bubbling forest streams.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Alma, New Brunswick E4H 1B4, Canada
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+1 506-887-6000
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fundy Natl. Park is a gorgeous setting that focuses on the unique claim fo fame; the highest tidal range in the world! A not to be missed chance to walk on the sea floor followed by the high tide to more than 12 meters, is...More

Thank KEVIN K
Reviewed 5 days ago

A wonderful location, the view in the sunshine is outstanding and there are several areas with the famous 'red chairs' to really take a scenic seat. We are glad we went out of season as I imagine in the summer it gets too busy but...More

Thank nikki317
Reviewed 1 week ago

The park covers a large area with lots of hiking and camping which is great, however if you only have limited time the easily accessible areas get very overcrowded making them less enjoyable. The staff in the welcome center are lovely.

Thank 4states
Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoy the picturesque vistas along the multitude of trails. Bennett lake offers canoe rentals and you can fish for brook trout in that lake. You must purchase a permit for the day in order to fish.

Thank twincanucks
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing trails, they have long and short trails and beautiful views from everywhere. Very kid friendly, will come again!

Thank Icelandiceats
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went out of my way to route through the park. You pay to park inside the state park and walk around but the kicker is that’s only for the section in Alma. Wanna see the cliffs you have to pay per person there. Kind of...More

Thank wick1979
Reviewed 1 week ago

its a one of a kind in that the tides change so dramatically. our best hike was up a falls, mostly wood steps with beautiful views the whole way. I am not one for big altitude changes but this was very doable and worth every...More

2  Thank newzealand66
Reviewed 1 week ago

stayed at the administration campground well located close to Alma village large RV site , heated swimming pool, golf course and lots of trails. the vilage has great bakery,seafood store and restaurant with a fun brewery. great place

Thank Michel M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Too many trails to do during 1 visit. Multiple trails for all levels. Not as many easier bike trails. We loved the pump track. Spectacular views from the walking trails along the cost from the top of the cliffs. Impressive tides. Clean bathrooms. we stayed...More

Thank Shawn D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Bay of Fundy was amazing, we got there in the morning and spent most of the day walking around the caves and ocean floor. Had a nice lunch out side of the park and went back in to watch the tied come back in....More

Thank Kelly B
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Jennifer D
20 January 2018|
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Response from mikebP6506VK | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in a yurt They had a view of the bay one was set back ,I would call them if you’re interested in a yurt They were very comfortable and clean and the view of the bay was spectacular
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Response from Rtraveler10570 | Reviewed this property |
Hopewell Rocks (Provincial Park) can be visited almost any time. I think most would want to see it at low tide, when one can (with caution) walk on the ocean floor. If the park is closed, you can park outside the gates and... More
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