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Fundy National Park, Alma
(4.4/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Packed full of hiking trails, thick forests, and rugged coastal stretches, Fundy National Park also boasts the highest tides anywhere on the planet. Situated along a namesake bay, the park features a 12 km (7.5 mi) long shoreline with tree-lined cliffs. Go for a wander and discover more than 25 waterfalls within the park, or journey along the 120 km (75 mi) of walking and hiking paths. At low tide, the water level can drop by more than 12 m (40 ft), allowing you to explore vast stretches of exposed seafloor. Be sure to check the tide tables to avoid danger from the returning water. Put Fundy National Park into our Alma vacation planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Alma.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • What a fantastic Park - it has everything from seascapes to every level of trail to walk. As usual time was short so we went to Dickson Falls which was a delightful walk, not too strenuous but still h...  more »
  • Check out Dickson Falls and any of the cool beaches in the region. Alma is also a cool little town. Dickson Falls is a relatively easy Hike and gorgeous in July 
  • Walking distance, Bay of Fundy, and National Park, high & low tides daily, are the highlights of Alma N.B., a very friendly, community welcomes, all from all over, their food in restaurants are very g...  more »
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  • Beautiful and underrated National Park with great coastal views, beautiful scenery (including several stunning waterfalls), and a picturesque covered bridge. I recently visited in the fall and was blown away by the foliage. After Labour day the crowds disappear and it feels like a private experience. Definitely recommend it to anyone driving by, with a day or two in New Brunswick, or planning a trip out east! Also, the lobster in the adjacent town of Alma is the best in Canada IMHO.
  • Great experience if you time it right and you can get down to the sea floor near the flowerpot rocks. Great picture opportunity. It is a bit of a hike down and back up if you have small children or elderly, but was fun. I think they had buses running for part of the distance.
  • Amazing park with great installations and always clean. The service is really great and the campgrounds are very nice, with shade and sun. The trails are great too with a variety of difficulty. Very nice playgrounds and well maintained. I like the fact that you can do laundry there and also near the entrance of every campground you have internet access when you need it.
  • Beautiful park! Headquarters Campground has group fire pits which added to the fun. Best way to get to know your fellow campers over shared marshmallows. There is a very nice salt water pool near the beach which was very popular with the kids. Downside is all the street lights which make it very hard to see the stars.
  • Well groomed trails, fantastic staff, my favorite place in New Brunswick to go for a quick day hike, lots of family friendly trails along with more advanced ones