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FRESH AIR KAYAKING
Paddle beneath cliffs that plunge from the green forests of Fundy National Park into the Bay.
Drift into the storm-carved sea caves and rest on one of Fundy’s hidden beaches.
The Bay is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that showcases amazing rock formations.
Whether you want a family-friendly package, or a wilder exploration of the Bay, your next adventure starts here.
FUNDY NATIONAL PARK
Experience the world’s highest tides, pristine forests, deluxe campgrounds and a taste of Atlantic Canada culture. Paddle in a kayak as the waters rise up to 12 metres. Walk the otherworldly ocean floor at low tide. Venture inland where trails lead to waterfalls deep in Acadian forests.
MOLLY KOOL CENTRE
Born and raised in the village of Alma, Molly Kool was North America’s first female sea captain.
Join us to discover the story of this fascinating person and this captivating place!
SENB SNOWMOBILER’S ASSOCIATION
Their well-marked trail system will take you from the northern reaches of Moncton to Fundy National Park and all points in between, allowing you to view some of the best scenery you can find anywhere in the Maritimes.
HARVEY BANK HERITAGE SHIPYARD PARK
Shipyard Park was built in 2006 as a monument to this area’s ship building past from the 19th century.
The Anderson Hollow Lighthouse (EST. 1889) with its wooden salt-shaker tower is an historic landmark and includes a 200ft replica of the ship Revolving Light.
MARY’S POINT WESTERN HEMISPHERIC SHOREBIRD RESERVE
This extraordinary place is part of the Shepody National Wildlife Area and part of a larger Hemispheric Shorebird Reserve for the Semipalmated Sandpiper.
This site also has interesting geological ties to the Carboniferous period, similarly to Cape Enrage.
HILLSBOROUGH WETLANDS PARK & GRAY BROOK MARSH
Walk along the lake on Grey Brook Marsh to see an active fish ladder and dam along with a wide variety of wildlife.
This prime birdwatching spot is the first place to visit for those who wish to enjoy the tranquility of the countryside.
The Bay of Fundy is a major migratory area for ducks, and they are easily spotted from the shore.
NEW BRUNSWICK RAILWAY MUSEUM
The New Brunswick Railway Museum is in Hillsborough and houses an extensive collection of railway artifacts.
Browse the captivating collections and learn more about New Brunswick’s extensive railway history.
The museum is housed in a former excursion train and features historical specialized maintenance equipment and several exhibit buildings with numerous railway artifacts.
Come explore our dramatic coastline!
Paddle beneath cliffs that plunge from the green forests of Fundy National Park into the Bay. Drift into the storm-carved sea caves, and take a rest on one of Fundy’s hidden beaches. The Bay of Fundy is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that showcases amazing rock formations, scoured by the tides. Whether you want a family-friendly package, or a wilder exploration of the Bay, your next adventure starts here.
STEEVES HOUSE MUSEUM
Set in the historic birthplace of the Honourable William Henry Steeves, the Steeves House Museum is a charming Colonial mansion originally finished in 1812 and expanded in 1840.
The house is now comprised of 6000 sq. ft of period rooms and antique furnishings. William Henry Steeves was born here in 1814 as the oldest of eleven.
We offer guided tours of the mansion, as well as the nearby church.
ALBERT COUNTY MUSEUM
Come Explore an industrious place of Ship Builders, Mining Moguls, Lumber Barons, Apple Kings, a Prime Minister, Sea Captains, a Victoria Cross Winner and a Pirate, plus the Albert County 175th Anniversary exhibit.
The Museum is on a 6-acre beautifully landscaped site containing more than just artifacts; it contains lives and stories of a people who called this place home since the 16oo’s.
BAYMOUNT OUTDOOR ADVENTURES – KAYAKING
Boasting the highest tidal paddling experiences on earth, Baymount’s signature experience ‘Kayak the Rocks’ occurs at NB’s tourism icon ‘The Hopewell Rocks Park’.
Here paddlers have the rare opportunity to paddle amongst the giant flowerpot rock formations, twisting through small tunnels and narrow passageways.
Before your tour, you will stand in awe as you ‘walk the ocean floor’ around through those same formations.
THE HOPEWELL ROCKS
The Hopewell Rocks is one of New Brunswick’s Top Attractions, open from mid-May to mid-October and located along the coast of the Bay of Fundy, home to the world’s highest tides.
It is a self-directed park, however interpretive staff are located at key areas to answer any questions.
You have the opportunity to walk on the ocean’s floor, and enjoy the sandy beach areas
Broadleaf Ranch is an 800-acre, family-owned and operated adventure business located in the heart of the Bay of Fundy!
They provide memorable experiences in a tranquil atmosphere that enables you to submerse yourself in Broadleaf’s soothing surroundings with Lodging, Adventure Experiences and Dining.
CROOKED CREEK LOOKOUT & TRAIL
Crooked Creek Lookout and Hiking Trail System is representative of the true natural beauty that surrounds us in Albert County New Brunswick.
Not only is the Lookout breathtaking but the trail is beautiful.
Trailhead is located across from the Riverside-Albert Village Office.
The Fundy Trail Parkway is a 2,559-hectare UNESCO park featuring a 30-km (19-mi.) drive hugging the coast with stunning views in every direction.
There are over 20 lookouts, a 15-metre waterfall, 60-meter suspension bridge, little flowerpot rock, 600 million-year-old rock formations, kayak tours and the Interpretive Centre.
The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World with tides rising as much as 16.3m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day.
Cape Enrage offers one of the most spectacular views of the natural phenomenon along with a 83-metre zipline, 46-metre rappel wall and obstacle course.
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