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.
EXPLORING THE BAY OF FUNDY
FreshAir Adventure: Guided sea kayaking tours on the “world’s highest tides”.
Green Snake Trail: You may want to try Alma’s newest bike/hiking trail.
Thankful Too Family Fisheries: Buy a freshly cooked lobster and eat it on their deck while watching the fundy tides ebb and flow.
Fundy National Park: Hiking, birding, swimming, camping …
Waterside Winery: Visit a cottage winery located in Waterside- specializing in blueberry and rhubarb wines.
Salem and Hillsborough Railroad (S&H): New Brunswick’s Railway Museum – located in Hillsborough.
Baymount Adventures: Caving and sea kayaking adventures.
Albert County Museum: Visit for a slice of our early history. Offers activities for the whole family.
Roads to Sea Guided Tours: A driving tour taking in much of the best of Albert County – Hopewell Rocks, Fundy National Park, Cape Enrage and more.
Broadleaf Guest Ranch: Horseback riding and more.
Hopewell Rocks: “Flower pots” sculptured by the tides.
Fundy Trail Parkway Take a side trip to scenic Saint Martins and view the spectacular coastline from the newly developed parkway and trails.
Cape Enrage: Outdoor adventures with a view.
Shepody Hunting Preserve: 400 acres of grouse, partridge, pheasant hunting – and bird watching.
Fundy Footpath: 41 km of the most spectacular hiking in New Brunswick.
Studios & Artisans
Studio On The Marsh: Visit the studio of naturalist painter Lars Larson at Mary’s Point.
Waterside Winery: A cottage winery located in Waterside- specializing in blueberry and rhubarb wines.
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.