Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and never left unattended. This is for their safety as well as for the safety of others in the park.

We appreciate and realize that your dog is an important family member. You are able to have your dog with you in picnic areas and camping areas, and along the many trails in the Park. Dogs are not permitted at Bennett Lake beach, the golf course or the swimming pool.

It is important to know that dogs pose a threat to wildlife, especially young animals, and birds that nest on the ground.


Campfires are only permitted in the fireplaces provided.

Please do not use twigs, leaves, or bark to start your fire. They act as mulch and provide food for plants. Make your own kindling from your firewood, which may be purchased at the campground where fires are permitted. Charcoal barbecues may be used, but dump your cold ashes in a fireplace or garbage container.

Shellfish Harvesting

Shellfish (clams, mussels, and other bivalve molluscs) found on the intertidal shores adjacent to Fundy National Park may not be safe for use as food. Law prohibits fishing for or possessing shellfish in this area and persons doing so are subject to prosecution under the Fisheries Act and Regulations.


The use of firearms in national parks is prohibited. Guns must be unloaded and encased or dismantled.


Under the National Parks Act it is illegal to disturb or collect any plants, animals, rocks, shells or artifacts. By complying with this regulation you will be helping to preserve Fundy's beauty for future visitors.