Travelling to Bay Of Fundy, New Brunswick
With a 270-kilometre ocean bay extending from New Brunswick to Nova Scotia, the Bay of Fundy is a highly coveted Atlantic Canada cottage rental destination.
Explore lush forests, deep stream valleys, and powerful seascapes at Fundy National Park, New River Beach Provincial Park, and Mary’s Point Bird Sanctuary, where beachcombing, hiking, mountain biking, paddling, swimming, and bird and whale-watching are all on offer in the summer. Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling take over this terrain in the winter. Visit Cape Enrage Lighthouse for the best view of the Bay, and experience the Fundy tides—the highest in the world—at Hopewell Rocks, those of ‘flowerpot’ fame.
Enjoy the area’s coastal cuisine, renowned for its lobsters, mussels, scallops, smoked salmon, and a popular seaweed product called dulse. Load up on seasonal, fresh produce with harvests of wild blueberries and maple products, and sample Fundy’s award winning wines, which reflect the unique terroir of the region.
As a well-developed tourist hot spot two hours’ drive east of Saint John or southeast of Fredericton, the Bay of Fundy is home to a natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions, and is one of the most popular places to book a New Brunswick cottage rental.