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"
As the leaves begin to change color along the Fundy coast it seems very appropriate to add fall foliage and leaf watching to our list of 52 Reasons to Visit the Bay of Fundy. This time every year people set out in their cars, campers or on group motorcoach tours to witness the transformation of leaves from their spring and summer greens to beautiful yellows, oranges and reds. Read "Fall Foliage"
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"
Fog, created by contrasting water and air temperatures, provides natural air conditioning on otherwise scorching days. Along the Fundy coast July and August are generally the warmest months, with an average temperature of approximately 20ºC or 68ºF. Read "Fog – Nature’s Air Conditioning"
The first recorded lighthouse on the Bay of Fundy was lit on Partridge Island in 1791. Nowadays there are approximately sixty other lighthouses that line the shores of the Bay of Fundy, many of which have guided vessels and protected seafarers from rocky headlands for nearly two centuries. We’ve highlighted just a few of those lighthouses. Read "Lighthouses"
Skip New England this year. A lesser known, but arguably more phenomenal, region to observe the fall foliage is along the shores of the Bay of Fundy. Read "5 Reasons Why the Bay of Fundy Beats the New England Fall Foliage"
Fundy's intertidal zones consist of mudflats, bogs and salt marches. Together they form a diverse ecological system with a wide variety of plants and wildlife. Read "The Intertidal Zones"