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Fundy National Park of Canada

A Parks Canada employee at the Fundy National Park Visitor Reception Centre
Start your visit at the Visitor Centre and let our friendly staff help you plan your day.
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Hours and dates of operation

Fundy National Park is open for your enjoyment, with most facilities open from mid-May to mid-October every year. Full services are available in July and August. Limited services are available in May and June, as well as in September and October. For information on our winter offering, contact us at (506) 887-6000 or send us an email.

Visitor Reception Centre

The Visitor Reception Centre is open seven days a week, as listed below:

May 15 – June 25 9:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
June 26 – September 7  8:00 a.m. – 9:45 p.m.
September 8 – October 12 9:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.


The campgrounds are open between the following dates:

Chignecto South May 15 – October 11
Headquarters May 15 – October 11
Point Wolfe June 26 – September 6
Backcountry Campsites May 15 – October 11
Group Campsites May 15 – October 11

Winter Access

While Fundy National Park will remain open for visitors to continue to enjoy, facilities in the park will be closed between Thanksgiving Day and Victoria Day.

Parks Canada will continue to clear snow on Highway 114. However, Parks Canada will not be monitoring trails, removing felled trees from trails, maintaining beach accesses or operating campgrounds. Groomed cross country ski trails located in the Chignecto South area are maintained by the Chignecto Ski Club, and are accessible to the public with purchase of a Ski Pass. Visit the Chignecto Ski Club website for more details. Washroom facilities and warm-up shelters will remain closed, with the exception of those maintained by the Chignecto Ski Club. Please note: There will be no emergency service provided by Parks Canada.

Visitors can continue to enjoy and explore Fundy National Park this winter from sunrise until sunset. Anyone exploring the national park in the winter is reminded that they are responsible for their own safety and should be sure to properly prepare and plan for their trip, taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves from inclement weather and potential natural hazards found in the park.