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Fundy Trail Provincial Park

The Fundy Trail Provincial Park is a 2,559-hectare park featuring a 30-km (19-mi.) drive hugging the Bay of Fundy coast with stunning views in every direction. It's a fascinating ecosystem with access to Long Beach stretching for 2.5 km (1.5 mi.) along the bay, 3 discovery beaches, over 35 km (22 mi) of hiking and biking trails, over 20 lookouts with soul-inspiring views, a 15-metre waterfall, 60-metre suspension bridge, a canyon and 600 million-year-old rock formations. The Interpretive Centre has a boutique and programs to learn about the fascinating local and natural history. Fundy Trail Provincial Park is part of the UNESCO Fundy Biosphere Reserve, Stonehammer Geopark and the Trans Canada Trail. It's also the trailhead for the famous 64-km (40-mi.) Fundy Footpath. Located just minutes from St. Martins and less than an hour from Saint John and Sussex - you can spend a few hours or many days at the park! There are lots of places to stay, restaurants and other attractions nearby in St. Martins.