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Hopewell Rocks

131 Discovery Rd, Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick E4H 4Z5, Canada
+1 877-734-3429
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The Hopewell Rocks is located along the Bay of Fundy, home of the highest tides in the world. It offers a unique natural experience of both high and low tides. Enjoy the multi-media exhibit in the Interpretive Centre, scenic walking trails and lookouts. Make sure you take the time to experience our guided tour and a warm meal. Entrance passes valid for two consecutive days.
  • Excellent77%
  • Very good19%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“ocean floor” (529 reviews)
“high tide” (398 reviews)
“flower pots” (94 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
LOCATION
131 Discovery Rd, Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick E4H 4Z5, Canada
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+1 877-734-3429
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Reviewed today via mobile

Given the weather and time of year there was quite a crowd. This is an attraction you really must time correctly so you can walk on the beach at Low tide and perhaps come back the next day to kayak the same area at high...More

Thank 780cat
Reviewed yesterday

The height of the tide in this area I over 40'. The best plan is to review the times of the high and low tides then visit one day at one tide and the next day at the other tide. If you can only visit...More

Thank Joseph D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We went there early morning to walk on the ocean floor it is magic the rocks are uniquely designed by the tides incredible landscape then we came back in the evening to ser the high tide it is amazing again it it is a must...More

Thank Rosine B
Reviewed yesterday

Hopewell Rocks is not an exciting tour but it is an interesting one. Make sure you catch it at both high and low tides to see the difference. Tide schedules vary each day so make sure you check the schedule on the Hopewell Rock's website....More

Thank sancyk
Reviewed yesterday

It's critical to check the tidal schedule before you go. We went first thing in the morning to see the low tide. Taking the golf cart ($2) down to beat the crowd walking there. We arrived fist on the flat and were able to snap...More

Thank Shiva_Dragon
Reviewed yesterday

We were staying in Alma, about 30 minutes away from the Park. It is alos about 30 minutes out of Moncton. Access is easy and the visit was well worth the admission charge. You can walk to the shore or take a shuttle for $2....More

Thank mike s
Reviewed yesterday

This is a great place to visit and view the tidal changes. The entrance fee is roughly $10/person, for 2 days. So don't throw away the payment receipt. Well worth spending 2 days, and enjoy the walks. Experience both the low and high tides, quite...More

Thank Divevoyager
Reviewed yesterday

This was our second time visiting Hopewell Rocks and we still loved it. Don't miss this place if you are on the East Coast. Well worth the detour to go see (though it's very close to routes to Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, ferries to...More

Thank zuma54321
Reviewed yesterday

Interesting but steep walk and stairs. Tide was coming in. Walk o. Ocean floor is actually a walk on the beach. Worth going if you don't mind the crowds.

Thank Philip C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Before our trip this August I did a ton of research about New Brunswick and Hopewell Rocks kept popping up as a must see destination, so we decided to work that in to our two week road trip. Overall, New Brunswick is stunning and there...More

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HopewellRocks, Manager at Hopewell Rocks, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hello globalnomad76, Thanks so much for your honest feedback. We realize that the additional crowds this time of year can defer from the natural experience. At high tide, the main deck and the Interpretive Centre do get congested. Once the ocean floor opens for a...More

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dazzlemelinda
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Response from livetoswim | Reviewed this property |
There are about 100 steps, with three landings and benches to stop and rest. Take your time, do not rush. Stop and enjoy the views!! My wife has severe arthritis in her knees, and also wears a brace (polio), and was able... More
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Susu00000
31 May 2017|
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Response from CdninLoudoun | Reviewed this property |
Hi! It varies and you should check the tide schedule before you head out. If you want to walk on the floor, you need to be there at low tide. You can check the tide schedule for the rocks on the Hopewell Rocks website. I... More
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Cecelia14
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Response from Yogagirlforlife | Reviewed this property |
Then parking lot is quite large and if I'm. It mistaken there is an over flow parking that wouldn't be a busy and maybe easier to park in. Have fun and make sure to check the Tide tables for the day you plan to be there. Low... More
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