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The Hopewell Rocks is located along the Bay of Fundy, home of the highest tides in the world. It offers a unique natural experience of both high and low tides. Enjoy the multi-media exhibit in the Interpretive Centre, scenic walking trails and...more
Certificate of Excellence
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
131 Discovery Rd, Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick E4H 4Z5, Canada
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We hired a car and drove the short trip from Moncton. The trails were generally easy although a bit steep in parts. You can actually access the ocean waterfront. Quite beautiful! Highly worth the price of the rental car.
By staying locally overnight we we able to experience the rock both at high tide and at low tide. Fascinating to see the Fundy tides in action. A recommended experience. Coach tours only allow time to see the tide at one phase.
This is a place you have to visit. What a thrill to walk on the ocean floor during low tide. It is amazing that this area has over 35 foot tides. Don't forget your phone or camera and where shoes you don't mind getting muddy....More
We visiting Hopewell Rocks in a rainy Sunday late morning, Sat 12 Oct 2019. As we were in the area and we had a day of rest and relaxation to ourselves, we decided to visit a 'local' attraction. Hopewell Rocks was about a 45 minute...More
If you are near this you must go and see it! No picture does it justice. Watching the tides go in and out , wow. The staff of this provincial park are outstanding they are everywhere to answer questions and to keep people from doing...More
This was our fourth cruise with this port so I just had to do it. Take the trip out to see and walk the ocean floor. It was worth the long bus ride from the boat. Timed low tide perfectly and started to see the...More
If you go on October 17th like we did the park is accessible but not operational. The stairs to get down to the rocks were closed but it was ok cause it was peak of high tide and there would have been no where to...More
you can get a ride up/down with them if you ask. There is a set of stairs that actually goes down to the ocean base from where you would be left off - you'd still have to do the stairs. And the ocean base is not level, has... More
you can get a ride up/down with them if you ask. There is a set of stairs that actually goes down to the ocean base from where you would be left off - you'd still have to do the stairs. And the ocean base is not level, has a lot of rocks, so that may be difficult to walk on as well for some people.