Two National Parks by land and sea
Fundy and Kouchibouguac offer New Brunswick visitors the opportunity to paddle through dunes, bike through winding trails, and soak up Indigenous culture.
Visitors to New Brunswick’s coastal regions can take their pick of two Maritime treasures, Fundy National Park and Kouchibouguac National Park, that offer an eclectic mix of adventures.
Along the province’s southern coast, a short drive from the famous Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park’s rugged shoreline thrills visitors with a landscape shaped by the world’s highest tides.
“The tidal effect is huge,” says Andrew Fry, Fundy National Park’s visitor experience manager. “Sixteen metres is the height of a four-storey building. You can imagine the optics of 16 metres of water being sucked out into the ocean a couple of times a day.”