Go Coastal

WANT TO GO BIG? Then go coastal on a Two Nation Vacation! Here whales wave from the waves. Wildlife refuges teem with critters. Tides rise so high they’ll take your breath away. And lighthouses – well, we have those in spades. Get up close and personal with these coastal gems by hiking the Fundy Trail, island hopping through the Fundy Isles, taking the scenic route along the Schoodic Scenic Byway, or exploring Roque Bluffs State Park or Acadia National Park. Whether you hike, bike, kayak, or just kick back with a picnic on a cliff where the view will make you go wow, this coast really is one of the most spectacular you’ll ever experience.

Things To Do

Join Captains Mac and Rob of the Campobello Whale Rescue Team for an exciting 2½-hour whale-watching tour on the Bay of Fundy. Our tour departs from Head Habour Wharf on beautiful Campobello Island, only minutes from Head Harbour Light Station and the home of the whales.

Cape Enrage Interpretive Centre Inc. The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World with tides rising as much as 16.3 m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day.

Hugging cliff tops above the world's highest tides, The Fundy Trail winds its way along one of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas between Florida, USA and Labrador, Canada.

Places To Go

The Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge protects the natural habitats of Maine native birds offshore and on the mainland.

Peaceful and remote, Roque Bluffs State Park is situated on 274 acres of land on Schoppee Point. You can swim in the invigorating waters of Englishman Bay or wade in the shallow, fresh waters of Simpson Pond.

This nearly 30-mile scenic byway passes through the only mainland section of Acadia National Park and beautiful Schoodic Point, winding its way past lighthouses, blueberry barrens, working harbors and coastal villages.