Things to do
The world’s largest tides are Fundy’s claim to fame and the highlight of any visit. Hop in a kayak to paddle the surging waters at high tide or explore the fascinating mudflats left exposed at low tide. But don’t overlook Fundy’s other charms, like great hiking. Deluxe accommodations include comfy yurts and oTENTik tents. Meanwhile, annual festivals offer visitors a taste of Atlantic Canada’s music and culture.
At Fundy’s Headquarters campground, visitors can opt to camp in deluxe yurts or safari-style oTENTik tents, which offer a hassle-free, comfy alternative to traditional camping, plus great views of the Bay of Fundy.
Receding tides leave behind a vast intertidal zone at Fundy National Park. Explore these rich mud flats – home to a thriving ecosystem of crustaceans and barnacles – on your own or with a trained park naturalist.
Experience an authentic Atlantic Canada kitchen party at the historic Molly Kool home
Kitchen parties are an Atlantic Canada tradition and Fundy visitors can experience one for themselves in the childhood home of Canadian pioneer Molly Kool. The hour-long experience includes some local history and plenty of foot-stomping music.
Swim with the salmon for science
Join Parks Canada biologists as they track the populations of endangered inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon by conducting snorkel surveys. This unique, day-long expedition starts with a training session before participants get face-to-face with salmon in backcountry river pools.
Come out for tobogganing or to enjoy our winter trails where you can hike, snowshoe, ski or fat bike. With rosy cheeks, you can cozy up in our winter accommodations.