Fundy National Park
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A beautiful coastal park with miles of hiking trails along rugged shores and bubbling forest streams.
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Noraatc
Sudbury, MA31,688 contributions
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 August 25, 2021
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CSGaudet
Thunder Bay, Canada45 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
We stayed at Point Wolfe Campground at site 19, tent site, and used a tree tent. The stay was perfect, campground was clean, it was relatively quiet, washrooms were updated and well kept. There was so much to do in walking distance that we were busy the whole weekend exploring. We had a picnic, hiked a few trails, enjoyed the cliff side views, and had some nice chats with fellow campers and hikers. Firewood was reasonably priced and available at the kiosk.
Written June 30, 2022
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Robert B
Cary, NC230 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
The park itself is magnificent and well maintained as per our experience with all the parks in Canada but the facilities in our campground, Chigneto looked to be aging but were still in good working order. I did not like the 5 second timer on the shower that was over the top. The trails are high quality and the parks service is totally on top of management of the trails. This park requires at least a week in our opinion. Wonderful will be back.
Written August 9, 2022
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Ronheda W
8 contributions
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 August 15, 2021
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acd a
1 contribution
Jun 2022 • Family
Terrible, they Nickle and dime you do death. 3 ppl to enter for a hike 27$ for 3 ppl, camping? Pay for parking, pay for campsite, pay for wood ( not allowed to bring your own) pay for a fire permit. Have gone for the last 20 years never again. Lots of nicer places in nb and alot cheaper embarrassment to be called a national park. Roads are absolutely horrendous. 100% a tourist trap now .
Written July 10, 2022
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Gary B
Prescott, AZ206 contributions
Jun 2022
I had an abbreviated visit to the Park, checking out Matthew Head and an overlook above the campground at Point Wolfe. The price for EVERY National Park in this part of Canada (NS and NL, included) is $9 Canadian. That makes it comparable to most parks in the U.S. (Some, like Grand Canyon and Yosemite, are more expensive, but I digress).
I will spend more time here, on the next visit, two years hence. Hope to be here at high tide.
Written July 19, 2022
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Paula O
Saint John, Canada35 contributions
Aug 2020
On this trip to Fundy National park, my teenage children and myself went kayaking at Bennett Lake followed by a hike to the Forks. The hike was more than I was use to but well worth the time. It is a beautiful place and not overly populated like Laverty Falls or Third Vault Falls. My teenagers had a little swim in the river and I enjoyed the scenery. A trip to Fundy is well worth the money. We always do a different hike every time we go.
Written August 17, 2020
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janellemac
44 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
My husband and I enjoyed driving through the Fundy National Park and took some nice photography of the scenery. We did a couple of short "trails" because we didn't have time to do a whole lot of exploring, but while they claim to have a lot of trails, some are paths around ponds, a short walking path to a lookoff, etc. It certainly is a nice area and we enjoyed it. Would recommend to anyone visiting the area for sure, but it is no comparison to other Canadian national parks such as Banff, Jasper, or the Cape Breton Highlands.
Written August 26, 2020
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Martin U
Peterborough38 contributions
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 September 11, 2021
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Maggieb3
Olds, Canada302 contributions
Jun 2022
I wish I had a week to spend in the park. Arrived at the info centre and asked for help on which walks, hikes to take, easy and short as we only had about 3, 4 hours to spend in park. Attendant was very helpful. We did 3 short walks, 1 to 2 Km and enjoyed them all. Would love to revisit if i'm ever out around these parts again.
Written June 4, 2022
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