About the Park

About the Park

The Fundy Trail is a 2,559 hectare/6,323 acre park featuring a 30 km/19 mile parkway hugging the southern coast of New Brunswick. With stunning views of the world-renowned Bay of Fundy, the park has been carved out of the Fundy escarpment, one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas between Florida and Labrador.

Visitors can drive the paved parkway that hugs the 250 m (820 ft) coastal cliffs, explore trails that connect to paths or stairways leading to pristine beaches and river estuaries, cross an 84 m (275 ft) suspension footbridge, see tumbling waterfalls and Precambrian rocks or stop by the interpretive centre and discover the rich history of a once thriving lumber industry. Fundy Trail is part of two UNESCO designated sites: the Fundy Biosphere Reserve and Stonehammer Global Geopark and home to the beginning of the Fundy Footpath hiking path, one of the top 50 hiking trails in the world!

This not-for-profit and charitable park is run by a skills-based volunteer board of directors appointed on three-year terms by the NB Minister of Tourism, Culture and Heritage.

We invite you to experience this amazing seasonal multi-use coastal park with truly spectacular views!


The Parkway is now accessible through both west and east entrances! The Connector Road to Sussex was completed in the spring of 2020 and officially celebrated on July 7, 2020, with a connection to Alma officially opened in June of 2022.