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Appreciation of Fundy National Park

Created by keepitreal on January 4, 2004

2 Reviews
1 Story

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.

Along the Bay of Fundy

Created by gaudet on August 19, 2003

1 Review
5 Stories

The coastline along the Bay of Fundy can provide a most memorable vacation experience. Located between two maritime provinces (New Brunswick and Nova Scotia), the Bay of Fundy is known for its record tides, which can rise and fall about 53 feet.

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Great weekend Hiking trip

Created by Candyapple on April 17, 2003

1 Review

The Fundy Coast has many hiking trails--from beginner level 1 to novice level 5. You will see, hear, and explore many beautiful areas during your stay.

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weekend in fundy park

Created by rob20 on April 16, 2003

1 Review

In July of 2002 we took a trip to Fundy National Park in New Brunswick. We hiked and enjoyed scenery. My daughters enjoyed 40 minutes in the pool, then we went and BBQ'd. We wrapped up eating as the fog started rolling in.

The bay of Fundy

Created by spaceout on October 6, 2002

1 Review

We hoped in the car and headed for the Fundy trail, which is part of the Fundy Provincial Park, New Brunswick. By car, bike, foot or kayak, one cannot be less than impressed by the beauty of nature. This was my first trip here, and certainly not my last.



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