Stewardship and management
Fundy National Park
Management plan review — Help us build the future of the park!
The strategic direction for the management and operation of Fort St. James National Historic Site
The Superintendent's notices.
The use of a metal detector is designated as prohibited in Fundy National Park.
An application must be submitted to Parks Canada 10 days prior to activities.
The purpose of a management plan is to provide clear direction for protecting, managing, and operating the park over the next 10 to 15 years.
A program to provide those displaced during the establishment of Fundy National Park with a means of returning to places tied to their histories.
Located in New Brunswick on Canada’s Atlantic Coast, Fundy National Park encompasses 20 kilometres of dramatic shoreline along the Bay of Fundy, famous for having the world’s highest tides. Twice a day, up to 12 metres of water or more rush in and out, roughly equivalent to the height of a four-floor building. For visitors, this means exceptional sightseeing and unforgettable kayaking, not to mention a unique chance to explore the sea floor at low tide.
And the park offers more than just dramatic tides. More than 100 kilometres of hiking and biking trails ribbon through 206 square kilometres of Acadian forest, leading to thundering waterfalls, freshwater lakes and scenic river valleys.
For all its wild charms, Fundy is also uniquely accessible and family-friendly, with multiple well-equipped campgrounds (some with comfy yurts and safari-style tents), a solar-heated saltwater swimming pool and even a nine-hole golf course on site.
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