I travelled to Fundy National Park with my husband, brother-in-law and his wife, as part of a two-week trip to Maine and New Brunswick. We were camping in a pop-up tent camper and found the sites at Chicgnecto North to be very roomy and private. Most sites have a barrier of trees around three sides of the site and are pretty level. All sites seem to be located very close to a nice bath house, with accessible shower/washroom, laundry facilities and a separate cookhouse where you can do your dishes. The cookhouse had several picnic tables inside and a wood-burning stove. There was pretty good wi-fi reception at our campsite, but most people would bring their laptops up to the cookhouse and sit at the picnic tables there as the reception was better. We went down into Alma one morning to get sticky buns at Kelly's Bakery and to take pictures of the lobster boats in the harbour before the tide went out. We also made a long day trip over to Hopewell Rocks at high tide, then went to Cape Enrage Lighthouse to visit while waiting for the tide to recede. I highly recommend visiting Cape Enrage and talking to the vivacious and knowledgeable staff there. The scenery is stunning and you may be able to see seals out on the rocks as the tide recedes (as we did). We ate lunch at the take-out window of the restaurant and had fabulous lobster rolls and the best chowder of our trip! We then drove back over to Hopewell Rocks to walk on the beach at low tide to see all the fantastic "flower pot" rocks. Definitely worth the time to see it both at high and low tides! Our last day, we hiked the trail to Dickson Falls. It's about a 1.6 km (1 mile) hike through beautiful forest covered in lichens and moss. Part of the trail is a boardwalk with a number of stairs to different levels along the stream and falls. The hike was definitely worth it as there had been rain in the area right before our hike so the falls were running pretty high. Even if the falls were not running as high, it would be a beautiful hike anyway. We then went down by Point Wolfe and hiked the Coppermine Trail. The climb was fairly steep on the way in and then mostly downhill on the way out. There are several views of the Bay of Fundy on the coastal side of the trail. Many small streams to cross, but none that required wading through. We went down into the town of Alma after our hikes to see the lobster boats sitting on the mud flats at low tide. It was definitely a sight to see! We walked out onto the mud flats (lots of small rocks to keep you out of the mud). Lots of beautiful rocks and shells to look at and amazing how far the tide goes out! I would love to spend more time here in the future if we ever get back to this area. Highly recommend Fundy National Park!
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