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Lets take you on a tour of Fundy National Park. The park is located on the Southwestern New Brunswick shores of the Bay of Fundy. This will be a photographic tour of the park and it's surrounding areas.

We'll visit the Village of Alma, a quaint fishing village on the shores of the Bay of Fundy at the entrance to Fundy park, the local beaches give visitors a chance to walk on the bottom of the sea, then off to one of the local diners to sample some of the best seafood.

We'll stop by Cape Enrage, a lighthouse high atop the cliffs of the Bay of Fundy, where repelling is a favorite sport. Waterside beach just 15 minutes from Alma is a great place to bird watch and walk along the sandy shores.

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Here you can find information on Fundy National Park, contacts, addresses and information on some of the park hiking trails.


Many of the photographs found on these pages are available for publication or personal use,  search our image database at

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Alma Beach

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This interactive Google map has placemarks with photos of what you will see at each place. You can also check out Google Street view for a look at the areas.


A Foggy day in Alma  Alma



Point Wolf 

Owls Head (looking toward Hebron from Dixon Falls) 

Waterside Beach


See our Fundy National Park Info & Contacts Page

*Please note this is not the official Parks Canada web site for Fundy Nationl Park
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