Plan your visit
Fundy National Park is located on the southeast coast of New Brunswick, along the 250-kilometre-long Bay of Fundy. It’s easily accessible by car from several local cities, including the capital Fredericton (two-hour drive), Saint John (1.5-hour drive) and Moncton (one-hour drive).
The park’s famous tides can be experienced in a day, yet many visitors opt for longer stays at one of Fundy’s five campgrounds or in the neighbouring seaside village of Alma.
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Fundy National Park is located near the Village of Alma, New Brunswick, on provincial Highway 114.
From Fredericton: take Trans-Canada Highway 2 east towards Moncton, turn south at exit 365 at Coles Island on to highway 10. This will take you to Sussex. At Sussex follow highway 1 towards Moncton. Then take Route 114 at exit 211.
From Saint John: take Highway 1 east towards Moncton. Then take Route 114 at exit 211.
From Moncton: head southwest on Highway 114.
There is no public transportation directly to or from the park.The nearest bus terminals are in Sussex and Moncton.
Airports are located in Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton.
Facilities and services
- At Fundy National Park, visitors can watch the world’s highest tides ebb and flow. The water rises up to an incredible 12 metres or more twice a day.
- Kayak rentals and tours give visitors a chance to paddle the epic tides and see towering sea cliffs.
- Visitors have the option of camping along the coast inside comfy yurts or safari-style oTENTik tents, as well as in traditional campsites.