Fundy National Park

Fundy National Park, Alma: Address, Phone Number, Fundy National Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Fundy National Park
4.5
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A beautiful coastal park with miles of hiking trails along rugged shores and bubbling forest streams.
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More than 3 hours
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Corinna H
Winnipeg, Canada474 contributions
Take Some Time Here
Sep 2021 • Friends
We absolutely adored Fundy National Park. We didn’t have as much time as I now wish we would have made though. It would have been great to spend a overnight camping. The park covers a diverse landscape and other than not having enough time, it was perfect!
Written 3 November 2021
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Martin U
Peterborough32 contributions
Great camping
Jun 2021
Great park with tent camping on well-prepared sites. No bugs! Clean bath/shower rooms easily accessible. Quiet, private sites are appreciated.
Salt water pool is large but their hours being reduced made for larger crowds in a shorter time. Still fun,
Beach access takes a little walking but worthwhile.
Excellent spot to camp.
Written 11 September 2021
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Noraatc
Sudbury, MA27,335 contributions
The park that has everything
Aug 2021 • Couples
After lunch we drove to Fundy National Park, the goal of our overnight stay in Alma. It is a relatively small but very versatile park: the trails range from very easy to long and challenging multi-days hikes. The nature is spectacular... stunning views of the Fundy Bay, several beaches, beautiful thick forest, tranquil lakes (Wolfe Lake and Bennett Lake are lovely) and sparkling waterfalls, peaceful meadows covered with bright yellow and purple wildflowers... the park has everything to make even very demanding visitors happy.

We hiked on one of the most popular trails, Dicksons Falls, then drove to the trailhead of the Herring Cove and took steps down to the beach. We also attempted to climb the steep Matthew Head Trail but had to turn back because it was getting late. We still had some time to spend near the Point Wolfe Covered Bridge and enjoy a walk on the meadow.

The day after, we did the short Shiphaven Trail down to the Point Wolfe Covered Bridge and starting our drive to Truro visiting picturesque Bennett Lake close to the Route 114.
Written 25 August 2021
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cgbtruck101
Barrie, Canada859 contributions
The Start of the Greatest Drive of My Life!
Jul 2021
Fundy National Park is right next to Alma, which has some really inexpensive seafood joints and little shops you can go into, so that's always a bonus... but once you're in the park itself, there are fantastic lookouts, tall hills and the drive is absolutely phenomenal (which continues if you drive along the coast, towards Saint John).

Up and down hills, with lakes, nature and fantastic views all-around, I mean, everyone loves the Cabot Trail (and rightfully-so; the Northwestern part of the trail is breathtaking), but Fundy seems to be the forgotten trail/drive in Eastern Canada.
Written 19 August 2021
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Ronheda W
6 contributions
Saltwater sewer pool
Aug 2021 • Family
Terrible management, went to the pool paid 16$ for 2 children 1 adult only to have a child poop in the pool , 2 days in a row. No refund issued when we had to leave after 40 minutes. Safe your money and go swim at Bennet Lake. Shame on management gouging visitors at the park pool.
Written 15 August 2021
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Tennhold
Ottawa, Canada51 contributions
Great camping/hiking experience
Aug 2021 • Family
We stayed at the head quarters campground.Nice spacious camp sites! So many great hiking trails, and Alma is a quick walk down the stairs. Would highly recommend this campground and entire park.
Written 15 August 2021
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HLOKITY
Saint John, Canada106 contributions
Beautiful park and views, great camping
Jul 2021
If you have a larger RV or trailer, Chignecto north campground has some great options but steer clear of the new lakeview offerings. The History Mystery Mansion in Alma is a must do for escape rooms as well.
Written 20 July 2021
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Kris A
Moncton, Canada33 contributions
A Must Do
Jun 2021
If you are in NB & like great scenery along with some fantastic hiking - head to Fundy National Park. Lots of trails that range in distance and effort level - lots to choose from! Many trails that are dog friendly as well.
Written 1 July 2021
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EveBob
Miramichi, Canada108 contributions
Beautiful Park
Jul 2021
We paid a two day visit to Fundy park. We did a combination of beach walks and several hikes. Walking the beaches while watching the tides is amazing. The hiking trails are well marked and are very scenic.
Written 1 July 2021
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Michel d D
Shediac, Canada336 contributions
Beautiful park
Jun 2021 • Family
Beautiful park. Well manicured, and the hiking trails are very nice. The trails are well indicated, with sufficient parking. Beautiful spot for an outing. And very diverse areas - nice wood trails, nice falls, or you can visit the beach and the world famous fundy tides. There is also a golf course in the park
Written 6 June 2021
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