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St. Martins Sea Caves

Mac's Beach, St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada
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The sea floor uncovered

Low tide here empties the caves to the sea floor so that one can wander inside, explore the rock... read more

Reviewed today
Port Washington, Wisconsin
Worth going to visit.

It was a drizzly day but it was worth going to see the caves. We had to drag my 16 year old son to... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Toronto, Canada
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“high tide” (50 reviews)
“sea caves” (96 reviews)
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Mac's Beach, St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada

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Reviewed today

Low tide here empties the caves to the sea floor so that one can wander inside, explore the rock structures, examine the sea weeds and other marine animals that may have been left behind. One must remember to exit the caves before the tide comes...More

Thank 507adventurelover
Reviewed 5 days ago

It was a drizzly day but it was worth going to see the caves. We had to drag my 16 year old son to see them and he thoroughly enjoyed himself. We had to walk through a stream to get to the caves, so I...More

Thank mebarnden
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very easy access for young kids and families. Absolutely gorgeous scenery and The Caves restaurant right on the beach is not to be missed!

Thank broadandy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Go during low tide. That's when you can walk into the sea caves. There's not much to see in the caves, although one of the caves did have a bunch of periwinkles in it, but it's still quite a cool experience. There is a little...More

Thank Joanne L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Simply a beautiful place to visit we enjoyed walking down over the beach finding sea glass and working our way into the sea caves at low tide period we made sure to come back later in the day and see the tide come in all...More

Thank Byron R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The sea caves were one of my favourite places to visit during my two-week East Coast trip. Make sure to check the weather on the day you actually visit to make sure you arrive in time for low tide. Bring hiking boots/waterproof books if you...More

Thank ensquaredaired
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My dog and I wondered the short distance from the parking lot to the entrance of the caves. To get in the caves there is a small stream you have to cross about 4 inches deep but moving fairly fast when we were there. Get...More

Thank RogerB2506
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The bay is all rocks with the water a goodly walk from the parking lot. You can walk to the caves by crossing a small creek. Come back 6 hours later and the bay and caves are filled with water. Highest tides in the world...More

1  Thank Bob C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just amazing wonderfully stunning geological rock formation which can be views when the tide is out. A real good find

Thank Hello T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The sea caves were amazing. We were lucky to be there when the tide was out so we were able to walk out to actually go in one of the caves. Very scenic - bring your camera!

1  Thank charyn989
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Brian K
Can you access caves in middle of tide cycle or does it have to be at low?
28 July 2016|
Response from Bill G | Reviewed this property |
There is one cave accessible during the cycle. But if you wait till the lowest it gets you can walk out around the point to more. Just be back around before the tide comes in or you will be stuck and habe to get wet to get... More
Are dogs allowed on the beach and in the caves?
25 July 2016|
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Response from Michelle E | Reviewed this property |
Yes, one family even managed to sneak two small dogs onto the patio of the casual restaurant nearby! (We all pretended to not notice... they were very quiet and it was on the beach anyway)
what are some good places to visit
30 May 2016|
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Response from Caroline W | Reviewed this property |
In my previous response, I meant Hopewell Cape. You can also drive the Fundy Trail within minutes of St. Martins which has some nice hiking trails and scenic lookouts.