Local area links
Fundy National Park – Official Parks Canada website
Brian Townsend - No one can captured our National Park's pristine beauty like Brian, some of his photography can be seen on our website, thank you for all your spectacular images Brian!
Sherpa Jeff - If you plan to hike in Fundy National Park, visit Jeff's website first!
Butland's Lobster - One of the many great lobster pounds in Alma.
Fresh Air Adventure – take part in a quarter-day, half-day, full-day or multi-day kayaking adventure along the Bay of Fundy coastline – both in New Brunswick and on the Nova Scotia shoreline.
Cape Enrage Adventures – visit New Brunswick’s oldest lighthouse and the light keeper’s tearoom. If the day is right, you might find out why the Cape got its name. Adventures include canoeing, kayaking and rappelling.
Go Moncton - Moncton area tourism website. All there is to see and do in the largest and closest city to Fundy National Park.
Fundy Trail Parkway - the official site of the auto parkway and multi-purpose trailway between St. Martins and the Big Salmon River.
The Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site – experience tidal ranges between 32 and 46 feet, twice daily. Check the tide charts on the site before you visit as tides are at different times each day.
New Brunswick’s Fundy Coastal Drive – Comprehensive tourism information on where to stay, where to go, what to see and what to do in beautiful Albert County, sorted by subject.