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Fundy National Park

People on snowshoes jumping in the snow
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Winter Activities

As part of Canada 150 celebrations, which includes free entrance, we are pleased to announce that Fundy National Park will be offering winter activities from December 31st, 2016 to March 27th, 2017! These include cross-country skiing, birding, snowshoeing and winter camping in one of our five yurts, ten oTENTiks, two rustic cabins or with your own tent at Headquarters campground!

Map of winter experiences (PDF, 3.74 MB)

cross country ski Cross-Country Skiing
Explore over 18 km of groomed trails at Chignecto South.
snowshoe Snowshoeing
Grab your snowshoes and experience the winter landscape of Fundy National Park. 
mountain biking Fat biking
Come and enjoy the outdoors at Fundy National Park.
Rustic Cabin 
Get away from it all in a Fundy Rustic Cabin!
Experience winter camping like never before!
Stay overnight for a hassle-free camping experience!
Winter Camping 
Feeling adventurous? Stay the night at Headquarters campground. 
sliding  Sliding / Tobogganing
A great activity for the entire family.
Commercial services symbol Commercial Services
Restaurants, general stores, and a service station are located in the village of Alma.

Trail Conditions

Conditions can vary on a daily basis. Please check our Trail Condition Report for the latest trail updates.

For Your Safety

  • Remember that you are responsible for your own safety and security!
  • Trails not identified will not be groomed or maintained.  Orientation may be difficult and natural hazards may be present on non-maintained trails increasing the risk of serious injury. For this reason, it is strongly encouraged to remain on marked trails. 
  • In case of an accident or emergency call 911. Be prepared for the possibility that you may have to wait for help if you have an accident.
  • Cell phone coverage is not available everywhere. A pay phone are located at the visitor information centre.
  • Avoid hypothermia and frostbite by dressing appropriately. Be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions. Check air temperature and wind chill factor before going out.
  • Make sure to tell someone where you are going and when you plan to return.

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