The Upper Bay of Fundy – Fundy Coastal Drive

We hope this page will help you plan your visit to our part of New Brunswick and the Bay of Fundy. There is sea kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching, golfing, caving, museums, artisan studios, and the longest uninhabited coastline on the east coast of North America.


  • Studio On The Marsh: Visit the studio of naturalist painter Lars Larson at Mary’s Point.
  • Wendy Johnson’s Pottery: Wonderful designs. Drop in on your way to Alma.
  • Studio Maza Glassblowing: Maza’s Glass Blowing Studio invites you to a demonstration of the ancient art of glass blowing as well as the opportunity to purchase ornaments and vessels blown on site.
  • Waterside Winery: A cottage winery located in Waterside- specializing in blueberry and rhubarb wines.
  • Tansy Lane: An exclusive line of herbal jellies, vinegars and body care products created from their family heritage herb garden.
  • Albert County Clay Company: Special Bay of Fundy clay is processed by hand, using techniques brought from the ‘Old Country’ and modified to address the clay’s own unique properties.
  • Fundy Guild: Located in the Visitor Centre of Fundy National Park, the Fundy Guild hosts New Brunswick’s largest nature bookstore. The Fundy Guild bookstore also carries games, puzzles, puppets, souvenirs and clothing.