This drive is most famous for the spectacular Bay of Fundy, featuring the highest tides in the world! Be amazed by this unspoiled ecosystem and enjoy the refreshing activities and attractions along it’s beautiful shores.
You will find a wide variety of accommodations ranging from resorts, hotels & motels, chalets & cottages to intimate bed & breakfasts all along this drive. Camping is also available at private, provincial and national parks.
There are a multitude of lighthouses, covered bridges and historic sites along this trail to visit. Some major attractions along this drive include the Roosevelt Campobello International Park on Campobello Island; St. Croix Island Historic Site; Kingsbrae Gardens and Minister’s Island at St. Andrews-by-the-Sea; the Reversing Rapids in Saint John; the sandstone caves at St. Martins; the Fundy National Park; the Cape Enrage Lightstation & Interpretive Centre; the Hopewell Rocks at Hopewell Cape; Magnetic Hill Park and Tidal Bore Park at Moncton.
Saint John is a home port to a vehicle ferry that crosses the Bay of Fundy to Digby, Nova Scotia. For rates and schedules, contact www.nfl-bay.com
The Fundy Coastal Drive extends from the Canada/US border crossing at St. Stephen to Aulac, near the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border.