A June 2003 trip
to Alma by keepitreal
Quote: Notorious for boasting the highest tides in the entire world, this "back to nature" destination is more than a lover of the outdoors could imagine, with hundreds of nature trails, golf, sea kayaking, hidden cabin retreats, and some of the best seafood on the planet.
Member Rating 5 out of 5 on January 4, 2004
Seawinds Dining Room
47 Fundy Park Chalet Road
Fundy, New Brunswick
Back into the car, and after a great maritime dinner at Seawind's in the town of Alma, we headed only a few miles down the road to do some kayaking. At Alma wharf, you can witness the high tides as well as learn how to sea kayak. Tired from a long day, we decided to opt for the calmer option and rent two kayaks from a local entrepreneur and cruised around a calm lake where you could dock your kayak and explore a tiny island or wait in hopes of catching a beaver near one of the numerous beaver dams.
Being only a day trip, we didn't have a chance to hike to one the secluded waterfalls or visit the famous Hopewell Rocks, just a few more of the treasures lurking in the nature retreat that I have visited in the past and hope to do so again soon.
Saint John, New Brunswick