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Fundy Trail Parkway

229 Main St | St. Martins, St. Martins, New Brunswick E5R 1B7, Canada
+1 506-833-2019
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The ultimate Bay of Fundy eco-adventure. Drive the paved parkway that hugs the coastal cliffs. Lace up your hiking boots and hop on your mountain bike and explore the trails. These connect to paths and stairways which lead to pristine beaches and tumbling waterfalls, Precambrian rocks, 250m cliffs that tower at the water's edge. If that doesn't take your breath away, just check out the view - the spectacular, stunning Bay of Fundy. The trail has been carved out of the Fundy Escarpment, one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas between Florida and Labrador. Most of the elements of the Fundy ecosystem exist within this area including the dramatic Fundy tides. At the Interpretive Centre you'll find original artifacts and old photos from a bygone era, when logging, fishing and shipbuilding were an economic mainstay of this region. Guided tours to Hearst Lodge and Great Day Experiences for the family or groups are available. The Interpretive Centre also provides a snack bar, restroom facilities and a small retail outlet. Above the Centre, there is a suspension bridge across the sparkling waters of the Big Salmon River and the beginning of the wilderness Fundy Footpath.
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229 Main St | St. Martins, St. Martins, New Brunswick E5R 1B7, Canada
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Reviewed November 2, 2015

Even though it was raining the day we visited The Fundy Trail Parkway we still were able to enjoy the beauty of it - wish we had seen some animals !!

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Reviewed October 30, 2015

A beautiful drive along the Bay of Fundy with lots of places to stop, admire the view, explore or have a picnic. A must see.

1  Thank trips2830
Reviewed October 23, 2015

We were not prepared for how majestic the park is. We thoroughly enjoyed exploring the many trails and sights. Look forward to returning.

1  Thank EdisonMann
Reviewed October 20, 2015

My wife and I were in the area off of a cruise ship for the day. We had planned to go here, but with the thick fog we debated. In the end we paid and headed in. We got all the way to the dead...More

2  Thank pops_porter
Reviewed October 19, 2015

We visited on Oct. 14, 2015 while on a cruise ship. The parkway officially closed on Monday, Oct. 12, but they were kind enough to remain open for the rest of the week to accommodate those visitors from cruise ships. As we first entered the...More

3  Thank racer70
Reviewed October 14, 2015 via mobile

The Fundy Trail is 7 miles of glorious, beautiful seascapes, nature and wildlife. You enter it at St Martin for $6 Canadian where we were blessed to arrive at low tide. Some men were mending their lobster traps, and we walked through the covered bridge...More

2  Thank Trish W
Reviewed October 8, 2015

Pack a lunch and spend at least a half day on this 7 mile road past spectacular scenery. The Interpretive center has sandwiches and snacks on the pricey side that held us over in a pinch but wish we had packed our own.

1  Thank nichpr
Reviewed October 2, 2015

We were only able to spend a few hours here but could have spent days. The roadway is well maintained, the trails were plentiful, and there was attraction after attraction. We visited the flowerpot rock, Fuller Falls, the suspension bridge over Salmon Falls, and the...More

1  Thank aaronmhuotari
Reviewed October 2, 2015

Fabulous views of the coastline, cliffs and beaches, scenic stops with parking all along the route, can access many of the areas, I would recommend this has a must to see

2  Thank Valann A
Reviewed September 30, 2015 via mobile

While the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton is more famous, the wild and rugged coastline of New Brunswick along the Bay of Fundy is no less impressive. The Fundy Trail Parkway is a fantastic mixed use park with a 16km road snaking its way along...More

1  Thank Wadie1979
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woody096
July 4, 2017|
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Response from Ashley E | Reviewed this property |
In a few years the Fundy Trail Parkway, will actually meet up with Fundy National Park. It will offer an amazing drive along the undeveloped and untouched cost. They are very similar areas, with easy and challenging hiking... More
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woody096
July 4, 2017|
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Response from Ashley E | Reviewed this property |
It is true the road is curvy, but it is very smooth, as it is very new. The speed limits are more then low enough for the conditions. I do not believe that it has turns at the bottoms of large slopes like the Cabot trail.
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John B
March 28, 2017|
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Response from Andrew M | Reviewed this property |
it took us a bit over 3 hours to drive the trail while stopping at lookouts and doing a bit of hiking around - just driving it to the end and back without stopping takes a lot less time, but kind of defeats the purpose. And... More
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