The Fundy Coast of New Brunswick is home to the world’s highest tides, and many of the stops along the way showcase this. In this guest post Jen Smith shares her list of the places worth a stop in this spectacular area! Read "The Fundy Coast"
If it’s a holiday of solitude you’re seeking, the Bay of Fundy also provides its visitors with the opportunity to hear nothing but the a few birds singing soft melodies, waves crashing on to the shores and the wind rustling through the countryside. Read "Solitude"
The Bay of Fundy is a great family vacation destination. An abundance of national and provincial parks for camping, hiking and picnics, an array of outdoor adventures including whale watching and tidal bore rafting, quirky attractions like Moncton’s Magnetic Hill or Saint John’s Reversing Rapids. Read "Family, Fundy, Fun!"
In addition to traditional souvenir shops, the shores of Fundy host terrific artisan studios and galleries. Pottery, metal sculptures, fabric art, stained glass, watercolour, photography, handmade soaps, locally-crafted jewellery and more. Read "Quaint Artisan Studios & Galleries"
Countless fantastic photo opportunities lay along the Fundy coast. Whether looking for an urban or rural backdrop, surreal natural scenes or local culture shots, the Bay of Fundy is simply a photographer’s paradise. Read "Photographer’s Paradise"
In addition to the many outdoor activities we have already listed, a number of other thrilling outdoor activities to be sampled along the Bay of Fundy coast including exploring undeveloped and wild caves, chartering a scuba dive to meet some of the Bay’s interesting inhabitants or zip above the Reversing Rapids. Read "Outdoor Recreation"
A phenomenon first noticed by local farmers in the 19th century, Magnetic Hill is located in Moncton, New Brunswick along the Fundy Coastal Drive. While traveling on this hill, farmers noticed that their horses were struggling to go downhill, yet... Read "Magnetic Hill"
Although there are many places along the Bay of Fundy coastline that allow for magnificent stargazing, Irving Nature Park – situated directly on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Saint John, New Brunswick – was recently designated the first Urban Star Park in Canada by The Royal Astronomical Society. Read "Stargazing in Canada’s First Urban Star Park"
The communities, towns and cities that line the shores of the Bay of Fundy play host to many exciting festivals and events throughout the year. We've made a lineup of 12 excellent festivals and events from May to October that you don't want to miss. Read "12 Fundy Festivals & Events You Don’t Want To Miss!"
Somewhat of an acquired taste, dulse is an edible red seaweed that grows in intertidal zones in the North Atlantic and Northwest Pacific Oceans. Dulse picked off the coast of Grand Manan Island is said to be the best in the world, specifically that harvested in Dark Harbour. Read "The World’s Best Dulse"