Fundy National Park
Our park has over 100 kilometres of hiking trails, both inland and along the coast. A number of the trails lead to waterfalls, rivers and secluded lakes, which are excellent for swimming. Fundy Park also has six trails for mountain biking.
Wildlife and Birds
Of the 38 species of mammal in Fundy National Park, you are most likely to spot a snowshoe hare, raccoon, porcupine, bobcat, squirrel, eastern coyote, beaver, white-tailed deer, moose or even a black bear. Moose are the largest animals in the park. As well, with 260 species of birds, bird watching is a popular pass-time as well. You may be lucky to spot eagles, peregrine falcons or sharp-shinned hawks on the hunt.
While the Bay of Fundy is rather chilly for swimming, Fundy National Park has several beautiful coastal beach areas to explore at low tide. As well, FreshAir Adventures, in nearby Alma, offers kayaking tours of the coast for beginners and experienced kayakers. Kayaking is a must if you truly want to appreciate the rugged beauty of the Bay of Fundy coastline and ride the highest tides in the world.
Fundy Highlands Motel & Chalets
Located in the heart of the Fundy National Park, a peaceful getaway central to all park's activities and attractions. Minutes from the fishing village of Alma.