Things To Do - Thrill-seeker

In the land beyond borders, there's no end to the experiences waiting for you.
Just choose your adventure style to get started:

Stonehammer, North America's First Global Geopark

Experience a billion years of Earth's history at Stonehammer Geopark. Overall, the park includes almost 60 geosites. The landscape of Stonehammer has been created by the collision of continents and the closing and opening of oceans, volcanoes, earthquakes, ice ages and climate change.

Price Point: Starting at $5With a landscape created by

Acadia National Park

Acadia consistently ranks among the most-visited national parks in the U.S. and offers ocean trails, more than 20 small mountains, sand beaches, lakes and abundant wildlife. It is the only national park in Maine and New England, and is comprised of more than 35,000 acres of pristine land on Mount Desert Island, Isle au Haut and the Schoodic Peninsula. The park includes 45 miles of historic carriage roads perfect for bicycling and offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape and ocean vistas. There are several options for bike rentals nearby.

Roque Bluffs State Park

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. There are many great hiking trails and a pebble beach is perfect for beachcombing as well.

Price Point: $3 - $4.50

Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory

The Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory rises to a soaring 447 feet and is the world's tallest public bridge observatory. You can take a minute-long ride on the fastest elevator in Maine up 420 feet above the Penobscot River for panoramic views of the Penobscot River Valley. Located at the Fort Knox State Historic Site, you can enjoy both the Observatory and the Fort. Tickets for a ride to the top of the tower can be purchased as you enter Fort Knox at the welcome station.

Price Point (both Fort and Observatory): $3 - $7; Fort Knox only: $1 - $4.50

Seascape Kayaking Tours Deer Island

Immerse yourself in one of the richest marine ecosystems in the world by paddling the Bay of Fundy off the coast of Deer Island. Paddling out from a protected harbour, you're sure to see bald eagles, harbour seals, and harbour porpoise.
Price Point: Starting from $65

Ministers Island

Ministers Island is an enchanting place to experience. Lying just off the shore near Saint Andrews, this 500-acre island is only a part-time island. You reach it by driving over the sea floor (at low tide) for approximately one kilometre. Once there, you are immersed in an experience from the late 19th and early 20th century - the summer estate of Sir William Van Horne, the first president of, and the driving force behind, the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Price Point: Children under 3 are free; $15 for adults; $10 for ages 4 - 14

The Fundy Trail

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. The pedestrian and bicycle trails connect to paths and stairways, across a suspension footbridge, and past waterfalls towering 250m above pristine beaches.

Price Point: Adults: $5.50; seniors (age 65+): $4.50; children 12 & under: $3.50