Walk, camp, paddle in the beautiful Fundy National Park this summer

fundy Fundy National Park will welcome visitors for the 2016 season, starting Starting on Friday, May 20.

This year, Parks Canada is continuing to improve its visitor offer with even more innovative and educational events and activities as well as new investments in visitor facilities. At Fundy National Park, Parks Canada is introducing the new Salt and Fir Centre, making 2016 the perfect time to celebrate your next life event while learning more about Canada’s rich cultural and natural heritage.

Overlooking the scenic Fundy Golf Course, the Salt and Fir Centre is a perfect location for weddings, family reunions, corporate meetings or other functions or events. Fully equipped with chairs, tables, a projector and a multifunctional sound system, the Centre can host groups of up to 150 people. For reservations, call 1-506-887-6000 or email fundy.info@pc.gc.ca.

As part of Parks Canada’s unprecedented investment of $3 billion dollars over 5 years to support infrastructure work within national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas across Canada, visitors to Fundy National Park will see upgrades to two playgrounds in the Chignecto North Campground. The playgrounds will showcase natural themes to enhance children’s learning about their environment while playing. At the other end of the park, improvements to the Point Wolfe Campground include upgrades and repairs to the washroom facilities and kitchen shelters, the addition of 10 oTENTiks and 25 new 2-way serviced sites.

These overall investments represent the largest federal infrastructure plan in the history of Parks Canada.

National parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas represent the very best that Canada has to offer. Developing new and innovative programs and services is one way that Parks Canada helps more Canadians, including youth and newcomers, discover and enjoy one of the finest and most extensive systems of protected areas in the world.

As Canada approaches the 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017, the Government is inviting Canadians to experience Canada’s remarkable natural heritage and rich history at national parks and national historic sites this summer.

  • Fundy National Park hosts numerous special events, interpretive programs and activities throughout the summer. The park’s signature event, The Rising Tide Festival, will be held August 19-21. For information on all special events, visit the Activities page at www.parkscanada.gc.ca/fundy.
  • Nestled along the Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tides in the world, Fundy National Park offers an exceptional array of experiences to visitors including camping, hiking, swimming, mountain biking and golf. Victoria Day weekend is a great time to discover and connect with the park’s beautiful surroundings. – ParksCanada

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