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Fundy National Park

Alma, New Brunswick E4H 1B4, Canada
+1 506-887-6000
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Fantastic camping, tidal views

2 nights in Point Wolfe campground. Mostly tents and some nice, shaded sites. Some are more private... read more

Reviewed yesterday
wts765
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Paris, France
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Amazing tides

This, and all Canadian National Parks, have free entry in 2017 in celebration of their 150 Year... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Karen K
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Port Jefferson Station, New York
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A beautiful coastal park with miles of hiking trails along rugged shores and bubbling forest streams.
  • Excellent72%
  • Very good23%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“point wolfe” (51 reviews)
“hiking trails” (42 reviews)
“dickson falls” (70 reviews)
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Alma, New Brunswick E4H 1B4, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

2 nights in Point Wolfe campground. Mostly tents and some nice, shaded sites. Some are more private than others -- check the website and choose wisely. Easy walk from there to the Point Wolfe beech, very rugged and cool. Longer hikes along the coastal ridges...More

Thank wts765
Reviewed yesterday

This, and all Canadian National Parks, have free entry in 2017 in celebration of their 150 Year anniversary. Beautiful area right on the Bay of Fundy. The staff was only too happy to hand out a map, pointing out trails and the area where you...More

Thank Karen K
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I had such high hopes for our visit to Fundy, and while it was still enjoyable, I can only give 3 stars based on the poor visitor information provided by the park as well as the shoddy washroom facilities at the Chignecto campground. I planned...More

Thank NaryM397
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Bay of Fundy is an area of Canada that is home to dramatic tidal changes. Two must-sees: the Hopewell Rocks and the St. John Bridge during tide changes.

Thank txblanc
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We travelled from Rhode Island to camp here and have the Bay of Fundy experience, and we were not disappointed. Point Wolfe campsite was great, busy but quiet, and it had easy access to some good trails. There was a good blend of hiking difficulty,...More

Thank WJulian86
Reviewed 3 days ago

This park has so much variety--beach, wilderness, waterfalls, animals. Fun xplorer program for the kids. Dickson Falls is an easy walk and rewarding. Caribou Plains is lovely with a mostly-boardwalk path past beaver dams to a lake, but there are very annoying horse flies along...More

Thank jbwhitehouse
Reviewed 4 days ago

Its a huge park and one need to fully get its bearings before exploring. The water falls are quite good

Thank Nadkangla
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Very beautiful area. High and low tides are interesting to see at the Bay of Fundy. Hopewell rocks are a MUST see!

Thank Savage93
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We love visit Fundy, with spacious sites, great amenities and privacy galore. It's. Great spot for friends, families or just couples. Hiking, boating, swimming, sticky buns, lobster and relaxation are all close by. It's a favourite spot! Now to make out next reservation....

Thank Katerine_Steve
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Bad pun, I know. Great place for nature lovers, families and a great salt water holiday location. Lots to do!

Thank Neil38
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hardatwork2014
18 July 2017|
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Response from Laura D | Reviewed this property |
For the walk in sites, yes, typically you do. Like someone else mentioned there is usually parking near the entrance to the trail. Pack light ;)
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