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Reviewed July 22, 2013 via mobile

Fantastic formations, a must see. Plan for 2-3 hour here and ask in Welcome Center for the schedule for the tours! The tour is an hour and well worth the time.

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

The rocks are so amazing and huge that only being there would tell the whole story. The only problem is the way to get there. The road is tortuous, some times narrow but beautiful (passing Moncton). Alway make sure of the tide schedule (you can get it on line) so you can get the best 12 meter tide.

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Don't miss this attraction. Although we thought we knew about the huge tides in the Bay of Fundy, experiencing them first-hand was a different thing. We arrived in time to walk the "ocean floor" in the afternoon. Incredible to imagine standing next to 40-50 foot rock formations that at high tide are nearly covered with water. The bay had drained only hours earlier, so we had plenty of time to explore caves and peer through holes in the rocks.

The next morning we returned to scene at high tide. Almost nothing was visible except the cliffs and the very tops of the rocks. Nearly impossible to imagine the difference, and certainly a sight we'll never forget.

Thank JohnandLinda614
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

For years my wife and I have been taking our children to Moncton , New Brunswick to visit a water park , we tired of this but our children didn't , one day we drove out to see the Hopewell Rocks and we have been back 3 times since . These rocks or mini islands are so unreal you really have to see them to believe them . The park is well done with a great visitor Centre , helpful guides and well maintained walkways and washrooms . Go there and make a day of it you will be impressed at nature at it's best.

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Reviewed July 21, 2013

Going to Bay of Fundy to see tides has been a "bucket list" item since childhood. With 35 foot tides this is one of few places in world where it is easy to see tide going in and out. Would recommend arriving around low tide and staying for several hours. We stood on rocks that were 3-4 feet out of water and within 30 min. had to leave as water was overflowing them.

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