Experience the world’s highest tides – not to mention pristine forests, deluxe campgrounds and a taste of Atlantic Canada culture – at Fundy National Park. Paddle in a kayak as the waters rise up to 12 metres or more. Walk the otherworldly ocean floor at low tide. Or venture inland where trails lead to waterfalls deep in Acadian forests. With unique camping options – including yurts – and even regular music performances, Fundy is a Maritime treasure.
The Point Wolfe, Hastings, and Laverty roads are closed for the season. They are scheduled to reopen in the spring of 2020.
Fundy National Park remains open, but visitors are advised to use caution on the trails during their trip.
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Hours of operation
Visitor services available from January to October
Free admission for youth
Other fees still apply
Kouchibouguac National Park
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Carleton Martello Tower National Historic Site
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St. Andrew's Blockhouse National Historic Site
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Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site
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