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After camping for two weeks throughout Nova Scotia and staying in both provincial and national parks we were accustomed to great support and today we were disappointed with the unfriendly service at The Bay of Fundy National Park. As it was off season for travellers...More
The park is very pretty. Stayed in the Headquarters campground right along the bay. There is a nice pool. The sites are all pull thru yet lined up right along the next site. The bathrooms need work. There was only one shower in each bathroom....More
We were in a Class B campervan and site #98 that we were given was a wide site and level (30 amp and water) with bathhouse a short walk away. Hot showers and clean bathhouse and a laundry behind. There are central kitchen areas if...More
Good place to stay. Sites are back in with only 30 amp and water. There is a dump if you need it. Sites are mostly level and spacious. Nice amenities. The drawback is NO communication. You cannot even get a cell signal. There is internet...More
Call ahead for facility status such as biking trails, the swimming pool, and golf course etc. Fundy National Park does not update the website and these may not be open. We arrived on June 26, 2017 and the much trumpeted heated salt water swimming pools...More
A standard National Park campground sites are good size with little separation. Most sites are fairly level and graveled, some have utilities some don't. They also have tents and yurts available. Grounds were neat and clean bathrooms and showers were also clean. Staff was friendly.
Sites are fairly level, shaded, with gravel drives and pads. Tent sites have grass. The bathrooms are clean and well kept with showers. The one con is that literature says there is wifi and as with so many camps, that is completely misleading. Wifi is...More
Enjoyed three nights camping at Headquarters. Sites are well-spaced, with RV sites, tent sites, even yurts and OTENTIKs. My only caution is that if you are coming from Saint John -- be careful on the hills heading to the visitor's center - they are incredibly...More
We take our Lab mix dog on all trails. A few trails have stairs and for some dogs perhaps that is a problem. My list of my must do trails are: Dickson Falls (easy/short/stairs), Moosehorn returning on Laverty Falls (steep... More
We take our Lab mix dog on all trails. A few trails have stairs and for some dogs perhaps that is a problem. My list of my must do trails are: Dickson Falls (easy/short/stairs), Moosehorn returning on Laverty Falls (steep in spots, follows river/falls, nice spots to dip in water, one short section feels like an animal trail more than a proper trail, pack a lunch...this is a really nice trail...especially on warm days....go first thing in the morning since in the afternoon it will be more crowded), Coppermine (steep areas, interesting if you like history/rocks), ShipHaven (easy, short, beautiful coastal scenery), Caribou Plains (easy, short, boardwalk, keep eye out for moose).
Hope you enjoy your vacation. Another must do....get sticky buns from Kelly's bakery in Alma along with homemade baked beans.