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CLOSED FOR THE SEASON ~ See you in May 2015

Access to the park is still available via the off-season gate located on your right just before the main gate for walking, hiking or biking. There is no vehicle access during off-season.


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Google Map of the Bay of Fundy; New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, MaineHow to Get to the Fundy Trail Parkway

The Fundy Trail is accessible through Route 111 from Saint John or Sussex located 10 km east of the Village of St. Martins.

Testimonial

"What a hidden jewel in your lovely province. We were overcome with the beauty and so impressed by the job you've done."

Herb & Lil C., Grand Cayman

Fundy Trail Parkway video [click to play in a new window]
Fundy Trail Parkway video (Flash, 10 min/35 MB)

Another Fundy Trail video

Watch a video of the Hearst Lodge

driving on the Fundy Trail ParkwayFundy Trail Parkway

The Fundy Trail opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 16 km (10 miles) trail begins just outside St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111.

bicycling the Fundy Trail ParkwayNatural Beauty

Hugging cliff tops above the world’s highest tides, the Fundy Trail winds its way along one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas between Florida and Labrador. The area is the breeding habitat for Right Whales and is one of he best places in the world for viewing marine and wildlife.

Hiking, birdwatching and taking pictures on the beachHike, Bike, Drive or Ski the Fundy Trail

  • Visitors can hike, bicycle, cross-country ski or drive the Fundy Trail, depending on the season.
  • The pedestrian and bicycle trails connect to paths and stairways, across a suspension footbridge, past waterfalls towering 250 m above pristine beaches.
  • Fundy Trail ParkwayMany of the lookouts and observation decks along the low-speed auto route are wheelchair friendly, and all offer spectacular views.
  • Dogs on leashes are welcome on our trails. Bring them into the Interpretive Centre at Big Salmon River for a special treat.

Watch the Fundy Trail episode of the Bay of Fundy Travel Show