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Fundy National Park of Canada

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Fundy National Park of Canada is located on the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, and is home to rugged coastline, shining waters, and upland forest and bogs. The Bay of Fundy is known for the greatest tidal change in the world, with the tides changing as much as 50 feet! Visitors to the park can walk out onto the sandy ocean floor during low tide, but that very same beach will be under feet of water later in the day. Explore the 80 square mile park to see some of the 25 waterfalls, hike the trails, wander the boardwalks, and explore the beaches. Even in the summer weather can be cooler in the park along the coast, so bring along a light jacket. Inland the fog dissipates and temperatures can be warmer. Although summer is an incredible time to visit the park and explore the beaches, winter has its adventures too. Cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and tobogganing are all popular winter activities. The Bay of Fundy is also home to the Hopewell Rocks, the famous flowerpot rock formations that can be seen when the tide goes out. It’s also a popular place to spot whales and other sea animals during the summer. Whether you’re hiking inland or spending the day on the beach, visiting Fundy National Park of Canada in an RV will provide you with plenty of exciting activities.

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Weather
  • Spring 20-54 F
  • Summer 44 to 68 F
  • Fall 26-60 F
  • Winter 6-30 F
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Park Info
  • Adult: $8.5
  • Children Under 17: $0
  • Senior: $7.25
  • Family/Group: $16.75

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Fundy National Park of Canada Hiking Trails

Fundy National Park of Canada Hiking Trails

There are over 30 hiking trails that make up over 62 miles (100 km) of hikable paths through Fundy National Park of Canada. You’ll have a variety of scenery to enjoy including forests, plains, waterfalls, coastal cliffs, and beaches.

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Things to do Outside Fundy National Park of Canada

Things to do Outside Fundy National Park of Canada

One of the big attractions of the area is the Hopewell Rocks, although they aren’t technically in the national park. Don’t miss these flowerpot rocks that sit on the ocean floor and are almost submerged when the tides are in. But when the tides are out you can walk along the shoreline and take some amazing photos of these rock formations. Golfers won’t want to miss the course located inside Fundy National Park. This 9-hole par 70 course offers amazing views of the park and was designed by renown golf architect, Stanley Thompson. If you’re tired of hiking but still looking for some gorgeous scenery, drive the 19 mile Fundy Trail Parkway. This costal scenic drive along the bay has multiple scenic lookout points and picnic areas where you can enjoy the views at your own pace. And don’t forget to get out into the Bay of Fundy itself! The bay attracts many types of whales and sea animals including Humpback and North Atlantic Right Whales and white-sided dolphins. Summer and early fall are the best time to see these majestic animals and several companies along the bay offer whale watching trips.

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RV Resorts & Campsites in Fundy National Park of Canada

Headquarters Campground. A fantastic campground for RVers that is open all year, Headquarters Campground has views of the Bay of Fundy and is located near all of the park activities and facilities. The campground has 30 sites with full hookups, 25 sites with electric and water only, and 47 unserviced sites. Amenities include laundry, kitchen shelters, a dump station, washrooms, and showers. Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Chignecto Campground. Chignecto is mostly wooded and set farther back from the Bay. They have 10 sites with full hookups, 171 sites with electric and water only, and 68 unserviced sites. The campground’s amenities include laundry facilities, kitchen shelters, fire pits, washrooms and showers, and a dump station. The campground is only open from late May to early October. Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Point Wolfe Campground. The Point Wolfe Campground is another summer only campground open from late June to early September that’s best for smaller RVs and trailers. They have a few sites with electricity and water but most of the 140 sites are unserviced. Because you have to cross the Point Wolfe covered bridge to access the campground, rig restrictions are in place. Rigs must be smaller than 24 ft in length and 13 feet tall. Amenities at the campground include washrooms and showers, kitchen shelters, fire pits, and a dump station. Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Cannontown Campground. Cannontown Campground is open from late May to late October and is a small campground with only full hook ups. It’s located near the golf course with easy access to hiking trails and the outdoor theater. They have 30 sites with full hook ups as well as amenities including washroom and showers and a dump station Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Lakeview Campground. The newest campground at Fundy National Park of Canda, Lakeview Campground is open from late May to early October. It only has 5 RV sites but they all have electric hook ups. Campground amenities include a fire pit, washroom-trailer, and access to a lake beach area. Reservations can be made online or by phone.

RV Resorts & Campsites in Fundy National Park of Canada

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Find the Best Dumpstations Near Fundy National Park of Canada

Find the Best Dumpstations Near Fundy National Park of Canada

An unglamorous but necessary aspect of RVing? Dump stations. Knowing where the best dump stations are near you will allow for more ease and less stress in your travels. Dump stations are an easy and convenient way to clear waste from your RV. Use our guides to find dump stations on your route, so you can get back to the good stuff – exploring, relaxing, and making memories on the road.

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How to get to Fundy National Park of Canada

How to get to Fundy National Park of Canada

From the border of Maine and CA in Calais, Maine, get on New Brunswick Route 1 E/NB-1 E and take it NB-114 E. Take NB-114 E to the entrance of the park.