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Fundy National Park

Two Park Wardens standing by the river 

About our Park Wardens

Canada's National parks belong to all Canadians. Park wardens are the traditional guardians of our national parks. They are responsible for enforcing the Canada National Parks Act and other federal and provincial legislation related to the mandate of Parks Canada.

Laws are in place for everyone’s safety and for the protection of this valuable place. With your participation, you can contribute to the protection of Fundy National Park.

When in doubt, go find out!

For any adventure, the Visitor Information Centre is a great place to obtain the latest information and conditions. Also, park wardens are here to assist you—we are not just looking for bad guys.

Help protect the park and park users by contacting park wardens to report a violation or suspicious activities such as pollution, feeding or harassing wildlife, littering, removal of cultural artifacts, and removal of natural objects, fishing violations or poaching.

If you see or suspect illegal activities in Fundy National Park, call park wardens using the 24-hour toll free number: 1-877-852-3100.

Or, submit an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or www.crimenb.ca