Naturally Awesome

THE WORLD'S HIGHEST TIDES, the largest whirlpool in the western hemisphere, the first sunrise to hit America – on a Two Nation Vacation, you’ll be overcome by how naturally awesome the outdoor adventures are. One day you might be walking the ocean floor at Fundy National Park and exploring a billion years of geological history etched in stone at Stonehammer Geopark. The next you could be hiking through the majestic wilderness of Acadia National Park on your way to conquer Cadillac Mountain. Or touring the grounds of Roosevelt Campobello International Park to see the island owned by a queen and roamed by a president. On this nation-spanning coast, you get to choose your own adventure and its hashtag will be #epic.

Things To Do

The Green Snake Trail is a treasure of a mountain bike trail. A rolling contour trail; it twist, turns, and descends along the Upper Salmon Gorge. Bridges and trails run through the forest and along waterways. Bike to the top, turn around, and enjoy the exhilirating ride to the bottom. Just outside Alma, New Brunswick. and Fundy National Park.

The Hopewell Rocks are located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy at Hopewell Cape. This attraction is one of the Marine Wonders of the World, and is the site of some of the World’s Highest Tides.

Connect with the land, the ocean and the wide-open sky at New Brunswick’s first national park, created in 1948. A coastal wonderland awaits! 

Places To Go

The Green Snake Trail is a treasure of a mountain bike trail. A rolling contour trail; it twist, turns, and descends along the Upper Salmon Gorge. Bridges and trails run through the forest and along waterways. Bike to the top, turn around, and enjoy the exhilirating ride to the bottom. Just outside Alma, New Brunswick. and Fundy National Park.

Herring Cove is a hiker’s delight offering 6 unique trails of varying lengths. Hike the Carriage Road through a forest of ancient spruce, across log bridges and around a small pond, or follow an old logging road once used by the Roosevelts. 

The late U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt spent many enjoyable vacations at his summer home on Campobello Island in New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy.