The Fundy Trail is an area of true importance for its sensitive treatment and preservation of the ecology, scenery and history of it's surroundings. It opens up previously unreachable coastal areas of incomparable natural beauty and makes it accessible to all, while responsibly preserving and protecting the ecological balance of the area. The Fundy Trail is a major contributor to the Bay of Fundy Experience.
- Wildlife, marine and plant life can be sighted in their natural habitat along the auto parkway and bicycle/footpaths as well as from the lookouts and observation decks.
- Visitors can choose to drive on the paved auto parkway hugging the coastal cliffs or hike or bike the trails, which connect to paths and stairways down to pristine beaches with tumbling waterfalls, Pre-Cambrian rocks and towering 150m to 250m triassic period cliffs at the water's edge.
- Many of the lookouts and observation areas are wheelchair-accessible.
- Toilet facilities are available at several of the rest/picnic areas along the trail.