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Fundy Trail Parkway

229 Main St | St. Martins, St. Martins, New Brunswick E5R 1B7, Canada
+1 506-833-2019
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The ultimate Bay of Fundy eco-adventure. Drive the paved parkway that hugs the coastal cliffs. Lace up your hiking boots and hop on your mountain bike and explore the trails. These connect to paths and stairways which lead to pristine beaches and tumbling waterfalls, Precambrian rocks, 250m cliffs that tower at the water's edge. If that doesn't take your breath away, just check out the view - the spectacular, stunning Bay of Fundy. The trail has been carved out of the Fundy Escarpment, one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas between Florida and Labrador. Most of the elements of the Fundy ecosystem exist within this area including the dramatic Fundy tides. At the Interpretive Centre you'll find original artifacts and old photos from a bygone era, when logging, fishing and shipbuilding were an economic mainstay of this region. Guided tours to Hearst Lodge and Great Day Experiences for the family or groups are available. The Interpretive Centre also provides a snack bar, restroom facilities and a small retail outlet. Above the Centre, there is a suspension bridge across the sparkling waters of the Big Salmon River and the beginning of the wilderness Fundy Footpath.
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229 Main St | St. Martins, St. Martins, New Brunswick E5R 1B7, Canada
+1 506-833-2019
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Fairly new 12 km (or miles?) road along the coast of Bay of Fundy - good views, some trails, interpretive center at Big Salmon River.

Thank hnrytwn
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We have watched this Parkway grow over the years into a gem of an attraction that is well worth the money. There are many parking areas through its length where you can get out to enjoy memorable vistas or walk/bike the trail that goes to...More

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you came to New Brunswick as a tourist, you came to see the Bay of Fundy. This parkway is a ride along the edge of the Bay of Fundy. Very scenic. A bit out of the way but worth the detour.

Thank godolnj
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Fundy Trail Parkway is definitely worth the time it takes to get there. There are beautiful vistas throughout the park that provide great views of the Bay of Fundy. There are 2 waterfalls and an interpretive center which shows an interesting film about the...More

Thank Robert I
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We really enjoyed our time here. A quick drive from Saint John, this trailway is beautiful. I'd recommend doing what we did here which was the following: -Park in the P1 parking area -Take the 8km walk to the interpretive center from your car (it's...More

2  Thank Omar M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We only had one morning to spend at the Fundy Trail Parkway, but we managed to get in a couple of nice, short hikes through the woods, and see a couple of waterfalls. The trails were not too challenging, so suitable for kids (ours are...More

1  Thank igal27
Reviewed 1 week ago

Driving along this parkway provides you with spectacular views of sandy beaches, rocky outcrops, craggy shores. There is a visitors centre, trails and lookouts with interpretive panels to provide a variety of activities along the way. Lots of picnic tables provided but no food services...More

Thank MajaMontreal
Reviewed 1 week ago

The parkway is managed by a charitable organization. There is a. $13 entrance fee. It runs along the spectacular Bay of Fundy with many stops giving ample opportunity to admire the beautiful scenery. . A trail available to hikers and cyclists, runs along the the...More

Thank Sockschaussettes
Reviewed 1 week ago

A beautiful ride along the Bay of Fundy. Allow several hours to take advantage of all the lookouts and trails. Be sure to see the falls and to watch the movie at the visitor's center. Have camera at the ready throughtout.

Thank Marlene P
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Parkwayoffers ample opportunities to experience the amazing Bay of Fundy. There are trails for hiking and biking with lots of parking spots so you can do as much or as little as you want. There are waterfalls, beautiful beaches, a suspension bridge, beautiful vistas,...More

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4 July 2017|
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Response from Ashley E | Reviewed this property |
In a few years the Fundy Trail Parkway, will actually meet up with Fundy National Park. It will offer an amazing drive along the undeveloped and untouched cost. They are very similar areas, with easy and challenging hiking... More
4 July 2017|
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Response from Ashley E | Reviewed this property |
It is true the road is curvy, but it is very smooth, as it is very new. The speed limits are more then low enough for the conditions. I do not believe that it has turns at the bottoms of large slopes like the Cabot trail.
John B
28 March 2017|
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Response from Andrew M | Reviewed this property |
it took us a bit over 3 hours to drive the trail while stopping at lookouts and doing a bit of hiking around - just driving it to the end and back without stopping takes a lot less time, but kind of defeats the purpose. And... More