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131 Discovery Rd, Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick E4H 4Z5 Canada
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Glamping Wilderness
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Glamping Wilderness

You will select your unique Glamping accommodations, based on availability where you will stay at Broadleaf Guest Ranch. Located in the most scenic spot on the family-owned 800 acre farm, either the rustic chalets or glamping units are designed for your comfort and style. The new, themed and modern buildings - “ Where Stunning Nature Meets Modern Luxury ” offer you unique structures with amazing views and secluded landscapes. <br><br>This package includes 2 nights accommodations (priced on double occupancy), home-made breakfast and packed lunch both days, guided horseback riding adventure and self-guided snowshoe in the serene, groomed trails. Dinner recommendations will be made according to your travel dates and availability. <br><br>Priced based on double occupancy. Cancellation policy applies. Youth prices accompanied by two paying adults.
$417.26 per adult
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Ragnar R wrote a review Sep 2020
Montreal, Canada146 contributions18 helpful votes
In order to fully see and appreciate this amazing sight, one needs to come at high tide and low tide. It was inspirational for us in our 70s as well as our grand kids being just 11
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Date of experience: October 2019
Jeanne C wrote a review Sep 2020
Gatineau, Canada5 contributions
Amazing view of the rock formations hiking along the ocean floor at low tide. Safety is obviously paramount with some sections roped off but not intrusively. Shutttle bus available from the parking lot to the starting point for $2.00 but it is only a ten minute walk downhill. Might be worth it for the uphill return walk. The rock formations cover a long stretch of beach so plan on approximately two hours of walking on rocks and mud. If you wear sandals there is a foot washing station at the end. Had a great time!
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Date of experience: September 2020
JFLeBlanc wrote a review Sep 2020
Moncton, Canada3,144 contributions275 helpful votes
Came here for a visit last week. Usually, we we go down the set of stairs and hang around there a few minutes and leave, this time, we did the entire park, entire trail from ome end to the other which took over an hour. Very much worth the visit and stop! Will be back for sure!
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Date of experience: September 2020
janellemac wrote a review Aug 2020
44 contributions17 helpful votes
My husband and I visited Hopewell Rocks at high tide and low tide. Our ticket allowed for multiple entries into the park, which was nice, however we did find admission a bit pricey in comparison with national parks, historical sites, etc. We did not have time for kayaking during high tide but I think it would have been a great experience. Walking on the ocean floor during low tide was amazing, and we had lots of opportunities for taking photos! The park has cart services for a fee that makes getting around the park more accessible but there are a lot of stairs at the end, I'm not sure I would recommend visiting for someone with mobility issues. Overall it was a unique experience and we enjoyed it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
RumRunner69 wrote a review Aug 2020
Bathurst, Canada42 contributions30 helpful votes
We hit the Rocks at the Low Tide and enjoyed a few hours walking on the ocean floor. Covid restrictions were in place and the staff were very pleasant and helpful...we walked down to the staircase, but there is a shuttle service for a fee to bring you either down to the staircase, or back up to the exit. The souvenir shop was excellent, with lots of unique item(s) to be had. The ladies working in there are very nice and helpful. They give you a 2-day pass, so you can see it both low & high tide if you choose to. Having been here as a kid...a parent with kids...and now...it never gets old, as the views are amazing and just the unique area is a sight to behold. We added the stop to our 'staycation', and going back to see places from our youth vacations was enjoyable to say the least....it can be muddy so bring proper footwear, and there is a rinsing station to clean your footware when leaving.
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Date of experience: August 2020