Fundy National Park is located at the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Canada. The park features a variety of activities such as hiking, camping, kayaking, sightseeing and swimming in a solar-heated saltwater swimming pool
Fundy National Park features the highest tides in the world. Additionally, the park offers a nine-hole golf course and campgrounds with modern camping accommodations including tents and yurts. Although the park sits along the bay, inland the park features freshwater lakes, waterfalls and river valleys. The park also includes a wealth of animal and plant life in the Fundy Biosphere Reserve and one of the top sites to watch the stars at the Fundy Dark Sky Preserve.