FUNDY NATIONAL PARK
Picture this: over 100 km (62 mi.) of hiking trails, an historic covered bridge, more than two dozen waterfalls, eight backcountry sites, three campgrounds, 12 km (8 mi.) of famous Fundy shoreline and a large chunk of the Acadian Highlands forest region. If you don’t have your own tent, no problem! You can rent accommodations including a yurt, oTENTik, rustic cabin, or the new and funky Goutte d’Ô. Part of the park’s charm is also the variety of activities on offer, from paddling the world’s highest tides, to swimming with the salmon for science, or taking part in a traditional Acadian kitchen party (www.parks canada.gc.ca/fundy).